Ports & Docks Overview
The Sunshine Coast Regional District is responsible for the operation and maintenance of nine (9) Ports and Docks located within the West Howe Sound and Halfmoon Bay Electoral Areas: Gambier Harbour, West Bay, Halkett Bay, Port Graves, Eastbourne, Keats Landing, Vaucroft, Halfmoon Bay and Hopkins Landing.
To view the locations of SCRD ports and docks, regulations and interactive map, click here.
SCRD PORTS NOTICE OF WORK – September 24 - 27, 2018
SCRD will be executing inspections and seasonal maintenance work at Gambier Harbour, West Bay, Port Graves, Halkett Bay, Hopkins Landing, Eastbourne and Keats Landing docks between September 24 – 27, 2018 as follows:
Monday, September 24
Ports Inspections at Gambier Harbour, West Bay, Port Graves, Hallkett Bay, Eastbourne and Keats Landing docks are now complete.
Tuesday, September 25
Halkett Bay dock minor repairs to the gangway anti-slip material are now complete.
Wednesday, September 26
Hopkins Landing dock repairs to decking and pressure washing of float. Minor service disruptions and access to float may occur during repairs and pressure washing.
The Eastbourne dock repairs to the ramp transition plate are now complete. The dock is now open for full use.
Thursday, September 27
Keats Landing floatation repair including pump out of pontoons. Minor service disruptions and access to the float may occur during the repairs.
If you have any questions please contact the SCRD Ports Division at 604-885-6800.
Requests for Service
The public may submit comments, concerns, questions or information regarding SCRD ports and docks via the Feedback Form.
Ideally, please include the following information:
- Your name and contact information
- Description of issue – specific details, photos are helpful.
- Detailed location information (e.g. third pile on the south side)
For service coordination, please contact the Planning & Community Development Department by Email or please call 604-885-6800 extn. 6432 during regular business hours.
To learn about the Ports & Docks 2017 Major Projects, click here.
To learn about the new Sunshine Coast Regional District Ports Monitors (POMO) Committee, click here.