There are three boat ramps in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs, one in Botany Bay, another in the Harbour, and the third facing the ocean.

Botany Bay Boat Ramp Sydney

Botany Foreshore Boat Ramp

Address: Foreshore Road, Banksmeadow, NSW 2019
A four lane ramp with modern cleaning facilities for fish and plenty of car parking space. This is a great if underutilised boat ramp in a unique location. Foreshore road is easy to negotiate when towing a boat as well.


Malabar Beach Malabar Sydney

Fishermans Road Boat Ramp, Malabar Beach

Address: Fishermans Road, Malabar, NSW 2036
A single ramp at the northern end of Malabar Beach with access to the ocean at all times and plenty of space to turn and park.


Lyne Park Fishing Rose Bay Sydney NSW

Lyne Park, Rose Bay

Address: New South Head Road, Rose Bay, NSW 2029
Two lane ramp near the ferry terminal. While Lyne Park has a large carpark it’s also a popular spot for family events and can fill up. Still, a great spot for getting into the harbour waters.


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Kyeemagh Boat Ramp Sydney

Kyeemagh Boat Ramp Reserve

Address: Mutch Avenue, Kyeemagh, NSW 2216
Just north of Brighton and not far from Botany, Kymeemagh Boat Ramp in Kymeemagh Reserve is a four lane ramp into the Cooks River, not far from where it joins Botany Bay. Enter via Mutch Avenue with plenty of parking.


 

Milsons Park Boat Ramp

Address: Mcdougall Street, Kirribilli, NSW 2061
A single boat ramp that has seen better days but will do in a pinch. Waterway access at all times


 

Mosman Bay

Address: Lower Boyle Street, Mosman, NSW 2088
A single ramp and to be honest, it’s not in the best conditions. The water can be shallow but smaller watercrsft will have a bit more joy here. Great way to get into the harbour.


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