The Brooklyn Mooring Cooperative

The Brooklyn Mooring Cooperative is constituted under the NSW Co-operatives (Adoption of National Law) Act 2012, and operates in accordance with the Rules of Brooklyn Mooring Co-operative Ltd 2011, approved by NSW Fair Trading.

The Cooperative provides, maintains and operates facilities off McKell Park in Brooklyn NSW for mooring members’ boats. To be eligible, members must own or occupy a water access only property on the Hawkesbury River. The Cooperative is not a marina, but rather enables mooring for small commuter boats for up to 72 hours at a time. The facility provides a critical gateway to work and life for the river access only communities of the Lower Hawkesbury.

There are 135 members ‘hot berthing’ in the 73 mooring spots. Individual members do not have dedicated berths at the BMC facility. Any member may moor an approved boat at any vacant position. One boat may be moored for each membership held by a member.

Please note:

Spam emails have been sent to some BMC members. The spam is limited to BMC only. Do not open any attachment. There has been a corruption done by persons unknown. Please note the email message is not from the newsletter editor, Pat Woolley.

To contact us, please use the forms on the site, or email the appropriate Board member listed in contact us.

The Brooklyn Mooring Cooperative Ltd
PO Box 45, Brooklyn NSW 2083
ABN: 36 998 673 223