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  1. March 28, 2018 at 11:26 PM
    Data Entry5 says:

    Couple of notes on Brisbane, March 2018:

    As of July 1, 2017, Southport is now also a foreign vessel entry port. This is a temporary 1-year situation to cater to the Commonwealth Games in April 2018. Our Border Force inspector told us it had been very popular and would likely be extended. Call Border Force to inquire, but this may be easier for some folks compared with coming up the river to Rivergate.

    Dockside marina was largely rebuilt after the 2011 floods. The A dock (25 short berths) is a separate lease and still (2018) fully silted in. The remainder of the marina (76 berths to 30m) was dredged in 2014/2015 and is now back in full operation. Shower facilities are OK, laundry machines marginal. A reasonable place to stay if you want to be downtown.

    The Garden Point moorings are now City operated (formerly Port of Brisbane). In theory, at least they require AUD 10 million in third-party liability insurance in order to use.

  2. March 1, 2017 at 12:40 PM
    Data Entry5 says:

    Mooring is also possible on the south bank near Colmslie Reserve, just past the Gateway Bridge. This area has just been revamped and it contains fresh water taps, public toilets, and a dinghy wharf.

    There is also a swimming pool within walking distance where hot showers can be had for $2.00 and supermarkets are about 2km away, which can be walked if you have the time. Dinghies should not be left here for more than a few days at a time, I had one stolen even though it was chained to a solid railing.

  3. February 11, 2017 at 5:54 AM
    Data Entry5 says:

    Hey Sue, As always you share some great info for those in your wake. We like most other Aussies have been both surprised & shocked by the appearance of Irukandji & Box Jellyfish in our southern Queensland waters this year.

    We do hope that this is an anomaly and that these visitors will not return to our waters in future years. I would also like to thank you for putting this in perspective and not sensationalizing the situation. Cheers John H . Director Down Under Rally.

  4. January 31, 2017 at 5:18 PM
    Data Entry5 says:

    Irukandji, box jellyfish, and bluebottles have been responsible for stings along the Queensland coast this summer with several beaches closed at various times. The box jellyfish contain “one of the most powerful toxins known to man”.
    Off Fraser Island, a spate of stings saw 10 people hospitalized and sparked fears of a southern Irukandji migration.

    Putting it all in perspective, the actual danger to sailors in the greater Moreton Bay remains very low. The sightings are isolated incidents at this stage and if water temperatures return to normal in future summers, the migration south will cease or even reverse. But it is as well to be aware of the symptoms and seek treatment immediately if an Irukandji sting is suspected.

    http://irukandjijellyfish.com/

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