Port Neill Boat Ramp

Tumby Bay Boat Ramp


Hours: 8:30am to 4:30pm [Mon-Fri excluding public holidays]

Council maintains a three-lane boat ramp and breakwater at Port Neill as a service to residents and visitors. The boat ramp is available to all users for a permit fee. Water depth is restricted at low tides and may not be suitable for all boats at all times.

Boat owners are advised to make their own investigations as to the suitability of the facilities for their vessel at any given time.

Location & Directions

Port Neill, Tumby Bay 5605

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations made within 3 days of your arrival/start date are non-refundable.
Full refund, less any fees paid for cancellations made greater than or equal to 3 days of your arrival/start date.


The length of stay in any one campsite/campground is limited to 14 days.
Campsite bookings are valid from 2pm on the day of your arrival, until 12pm the day of departure.

Allocated Sites: Your booking is only for the site specified on your booking. Please ensure you carefully check before setting up camp as you may be requested to move if you occupy the incorrect site.
Unallocated Sites: Your booking is valid anywhere camping is permitted within the campground site specified on your booking.

Campers must camp in designated areas, be considerate of others, keep noise to a minimum, be aware of natural risks, keep pets under control, respect wildlife, keep to defined vehicle tracks and walking trails, and shared Zone speed restriction 10km/hr, fire restrictions apply - www.cfs.sa.gov.au.

The operator has the right to terminate a confirmed booking if you breach the above-stated terms and conditions; cause annoyance or nuisance to others; or behave unacceptably (including drunken or uncontrolled behaviour, offensive language, malicious or negligent use of facilities, theft or any other form of behaviour deemed inappropriate by the operator).

It is advised that you check weather conditions prior to arrival, particularly during the Fire Danger Season, and check the National Parks and Wildlife Service website (www.parks.sa.gov.au) or call the CFS Bushfire Information Hotline on 1800 362 361.