Boating

Dampier Harbour is the gateway to the islands of the magnificent Dampier Archipelago which offers exceptional scenery, beaches, sailing, fishing and diving. Regardless of the weather conditions, there is always somewhere to go in the archipelago’s protected bays to relax, unwind and take in nature’s beauty.

Hampton Harbour Boat and Sailing Club (HHBSC)

The Hampton Harbour Boat and Sailing Club has excellent facilities to cater for the boating enthusiast. The clubhouse has a restaurant for weekend and evening meals, a well stocked bar, pool table, big screen TV and a large balcony where you can take in the view and enjoy the cool sea breeze.

There is a range of membership options available in order to access these facilities. Visitors to the clubhouse must be signed in by members. For more information on membership, please contact HHBSC.

The club and restaurant can also cater for events or functions for members.

The club has fuel available, a dingy mooring area, showers, an excellent new floating pontoon at the boat ramps and wash down facilities. There is even a playground for children to enjoy in a secure and safe environment. The committee is very proactive to continually improve the facilities for the benefit of all members.

HHBSC has private boat and launching facilities, which is available to full members.

To find out more about the HHBSC please contact the club directly on (08) 9183 1116 or visit their website at www.hamptonharbour.net.au.

Dampier Public Boat Ramp

There is a public boat ramp at Dampier, located behind Windy Ridge. Any member of the public can launch their boat from this ramp.

This facility is maintained by the City of Karratha. To report issues or for general enquiries please contact the City of Karratha on (08) 9186 8555.