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Superior Soiree at HSW – Marinas24 Closing Event!

The Superior Soiree at Howard Smith Wharves will send-off Marinas24 delegates after two fulling days of conferencing and exhibition. To be held overlooking the Brisbane River at Howard Smith Wharves, the final dinner is again set to cap off another successful event allowing delegates to relax and enjoy each other’s company.

John Hogan, CEO Superior Jetties is excited to sponsor this event noting, “The closing dinner at Marinas22 was the highlight of that event, when friendships were cemented, and new contacts made. We recognised some wonderful industry contributors, enjoyed some great entertainment, and importantly, had a lot of laughs – everyone left on a high. We want to ensure that Marinas24 can close with the same fun and goodwill, and I am delighted that Superior Jetties will be part of making that happen.”

To avoid missing out, delegates should purchase tickets to the Soiree when registering for the conference.

Additional guest tickets can be purchased on for those not attending as conference delegates, to enable partners and other work colleagues to attend. Best to book before the close of Early Bird on 15 March.

On confirming the sponsorship, Suzanne Davies MIA CEO commented, “Superior Jetties, MIA’s Gold Sponsor, has been a great supporter of our industry for nearly two decades. We thank them again for stepping up to ensure that our industry can celebrate its achievements in style. It is sure to be another fantastic evening filled with plenty of laughter”.

The Superior Soiree Afterparty will be at Mr Percival’s Overwater Bar, at HSW and under the Story Bridge. A stylish bar, taking its cues from European beach clubs, Mr Percival’s will enable delegates to take in unsurpassed views of Brisbane’s cityscape.

Marinas24 is a biennial event and will take place 27 & 28 May 2024 at the Royal International Convention Centre (RICC) Brisbane, Queensland. It will bring together around 350 marina owners, operators and suppliers for two inspiring days of conferencing and exhibition where over 50 exhibitors will showcase their marina related products and services.

Complimenting the biggest trade exhibition to date, the two-day program will tackle a range of industry issues including a focus on specific operational matters, exploring opportunities and showcasing innovations of the future. It is comprised of 24 conference sessions a mix of plenary and concurrent sessions delivered through a variety of keynote presentations, workshops and discussion panels. The full conference program is available to be viewed now at

An optional Study Tour will take place on Wednesday, 29 May. The itinerary commences with two of the state’s larger marine facilities, the 2023 Boatyard of the Year (20+ boats) The Yard Brisbane; and 2021 Marina of the Year Hall of Fame inductee, Rivergate Marina and Shipyard. Delegates will travel between the two yards on the Brisbane River before re-boarding the Marine Travelift coaches, down to the Manly boating precinct where delegates will visit East Coast Marina and the 5 Gold Anchor and 2023 MOTYA ‘Club of the Year’ Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron (RQYS). There are only 150 spaces available on the Study Tour.

To register visit Early-Bird Registration is available only until 15 March.