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Drop your anchor or step ashore anywhere on the coast of New South Wales and chances are you are a guest of the NSW Land and Property Management Authority (LPMA). LPMA is a state government agency and the largest land owner in New South Wales, with responsibility for 25 regional ports from one end of the coast to the other.
LPMA welcomes superyacht owners and crew to our state. They help make every port of call one to remember.
LPMA is directly responsible for much of the state’s regional maritime infrastructure and manages a multitude of waterfront tenures, including marinas, slipways, moorings, jetties, artificial reefs and commercial enterprises.
From Sydney, where they manage major tourist attractions The Rocks and Darling Harbour, to the Tweed River in the far north, or the charming coastal hamlets on the south coast, LPMA ensures you enjoy smooth sailing.