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Mangles Bay

Mangles Bay

Characteristics

Description

  Mangles Bay in Cockburn Sound is an increasingly popular mooring area for boat owners in the metropolitan region. In recent years the number of vessels moored in the bay has increased by in excess of 100 percent and there are now more than 500 registered moorings in the area.
The Department for Planning and Infrastructure recently announced a moratorium on unauthorised moorings in Mangles Bay as the first step in developing a marine safety management plan for the area.

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Localisation

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Sites around Mangles Bay
Flying distances - Direct line

Garden Island - Beacon head

7.3nm
345°
MW of Garden Island.Access restricted due to the Naval base.
20 Apr 09

Fremantle - Quest harbour

12nm
Marina protected by a breakwater.
5 Sep 12

Bunbury

63nm
183°
Port protected by a breakwater.
5 Sep 12

Geraldton

217nm
344°
Marina protected by a breakwater.
5 Sep 12

Albany

198nm
146°
Port.
5 Sep 12

Esperance

325nm
107°
Small port protected by a breakwater.
28 Aug 12

Middle Island

391nm
106°
1 Jan 70

Middle Island Recherche Archipelago

391nm
106°
The Middle Island in the Recherche Archipelago is most well known for its pink Lake Hillier that lies on its northern shore. It has a length of 6.5 kilometers and the highest elevation is at 185 meters.Along with the other islands next to it of the Recherche Archipelago, they ...
12 Oct 14

Coral Bay (WA)

557nm
349°
On y trouve tortues, raies manta... dans ce magnifique lagon.
24 Jul 09

Exmouth (WA)

624nm
352°
Péninsule connue pour ses nombreux requins baleines qui attirent les touristes.
24 Jul 09

Dampier

700nm
Harbor protected by a breakwater.
5 Sep 12
Local Area

West Australia

Australia is separated from Asia by the Arafura and Timor seas. Australia has a total of 34,218 kilometers of coastline (excluding all offshore islands).
The Great Barrier Reef, the world's largest coral reef, lies on the north-east coast and extends over 2,000 kilometers.
11 Jun 18

Indian Ocean

The Indian Ocean is the third largest of the world's oceanic divisions, covering about 20% of the Earth's water surface. It is bounded on the north by Asia (including the Indian subcontinent, after which it is named); on the west by Africa; on the east by Indochina, the Sunda Islands, ...
6 Apr 12

Timor

The Timor Sea (Indonesian: Laut Timor; Portuguese: Mar Timor) is an arm of the Indian Ocean situated between the island of Timor, now split between the states of Indonesia and East Timor, and the Northern Territory of Australia. The waters to the east are known as the Arafura Sea, ...
23 Dec 07

Arafura Sea

 
3 Feb 09
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