Boating Planet

Newport Marina, Griffith Road, Scarborough QLD, Australia

Previously Boab Boat Hire, Boating Planet is the leading Redcliffe boat hire specialists, provide Moreton Bay thrill-seekers with the best quality boat, snorkeling, fishing and water sports gear available to hire on the Redcliffe Peninsula, along with licensing services for boat and jetski owners.

Making Redcliffe Boat Hire Easy

Boating Planet Redcliffe offers boats for hire or charter for those who prefer not to drive themselves. allowing customers to enjoy some time on the water for one day, over the weekend, the whole week, or even longer. If you wish to hire a Boat Licence is required.

Best of all, if you don’t want to (or can’t) tow it away yourself, Boating Planet can deliver your boat to any destination on the Redcliffe peninsula, including Redcliffe Jetty. Launching and retrieving it for you is just a part of the great service we provide! Boating Planet will even wash and refuel the boat when you’re done!

All required safety gear is included in your hire along with depth sounder and GPS units with pre-loaded fishing marks.

Boating Planet's Redcliffe Boat Hire Options

With a fuel capacity range of over 150 kilometers the Bowrider can take you to fishing offshore areas such as Moreton Island, Moreton Bay, Pine River, Brisbane River, Somerset Dam, Pumicestone Passage, Hutchison Shoal, Shallow and Deep Tempest and Flinders Reef. Whether your day involves fishing, diving, whale watching, sightseeing, cruising, or action-packed water sports, Boating Planet have got you covered, we can even provide all required fishing gear, bait, and any desired water sports equipment such as tubes, waterskis and boards upon request for an additional fee.

Our Vessel details are below


  • 6 person (adult) capacity
  • Overall length of 5.7 metres
  • Width of 2.17 metres
  • Car Towing Capacity of 2000 kilograms required
  • Engine Size of 135hp (please enquire upon booking)
  • Offshore limit: Eastern side of Moreton Island

Redcliffe Drawcards and Attractions

There are a myriad of things to see and do in Redcliffe before, after, or in-between your high seas adventuring.

You can browse local shops, grab a bite to eat at the cafes and restaurants along Redcliffe Parade, or take a swim at Settlement Cove Lagoon, Suttons Beach, Scarborough Beach, or Margate Beach.

For more fun in the sun take a walk along the peninsula foreshore shared path. You can head all the way south from Redcliffe Jetty to Woody Point Jetty. Be sure to take a photo of the Gayundah Wreck along the way.

Fancy a performance, or an art gallery visit? Stop by Redcliffe Entertainment Centre, or Redcliffe Art Gallery to catch a play, or a movie, or view incredible, local artwork.

Time your visit during annual humpback migration season from June to October to try your luck spotting these majestic giants from on-board your Boating Planet hire vessel.

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Acknowledgement of Country - We would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the lands and waterways of the Moreton Bay Region, the Kabi Kabi/Gubbi Gubbi, Jinibara, and Turrbal people and pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging. We recognise the ongoing connection that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have to this land and recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the original custodians of this land.