The $36.47 million Augusta Boat Harbour was officially opened in November 2014 after almost three years of construction.
The Augusta boat harbour provides the much-needed safe haven for vessels between facilities at Albany to the east, and Busselton, to the north.
This world-class, landmark facility provides commercial and recreational users with appropriate infrastructure to service the region's tourism and commercial fleet with the 2.8 hectares of sheltered water and 5 hectares of land for service facilities including:
A four-lane boat launching facility with floating finger jetties.
A 50 metre land-backed service wharf.
Forty boat pens for commercial and recreational vessels.
Car-and-trailer parking for 160 vehicles.
Four fully-serviced land development lots for marine related purposes.
Amenities building and pavilion.
24 hour closed circuit television security surveillance.
It will also serve as a regional base for sea search and rescue operations, supported by the Augusta airstrip.