Weddings – live music – dancing – kids’ days – pirates – sailing ships – car shows – sea views – cosy fires – food – coffee – meetings – beer – wine – celebrations!

Live Music at the Pirates Tavern
August 2017

Fri 04 Long Gone Daddys (Classic rock covers)
Sun 06 Folkus (Solo Sunday)
Fri 11 LITTLE GEORGIA with Nick Barker & Justin Garner (Sea Shepherd Fundraiser, $5 members, $10 non-members)
Sun 13 The Royal High Jinx Band & The Footscray Gypsies (Gypsy jazz & a pinch of classical)
Fri 18 NEIL DIAMOND TRIBUTE SHOW (ticketed event)
Sun 20 Chris & Ian (Solo Sunday)
Fri 25 Those Guys (Classic rock covers)
Sun 27 Mark Tonelli & Main Offenders (Rock n roll)

September 2017

Fri 01 Larrikin (Rockin’ Rhythm & Blues)
Fri 08 Shake Ya Tree (Covers, rock, pop, blues & more)
Sun 10 Gil Tangey (Solo Sunday)
Fri 15 The Long & Short of It (Country Music Duo)
Sun 17 Pirates Day with Breakaway (Daryl Roberts)
Fri 22 Alley Cats (Good ol’ Rock n Roll)
Sun 24 Ingy & Geoff (Solo Sunday)
Fri 29 Buzz Me Berkeley (Rock n Roll)



New Pedestrian Gate

We now have a new side access gate for pedestrians in the Police Lane (runs alongside the big shed and the Police Station), and the two big main gates will no longer be open. The gate will be open during our usual hours. If you see the ‘Pirates Tavern Open’ signs on the footpath then the gate is still unlocked.


Welcome to the WMA
The Williamstown Maritime Association is a not-for-profit body set up in 2004 to establish a working maritime precinct, Seaworks, on the old Port of Melbourne Authority site in Melbourne’s historic port of Williamstown. The WMA established the famous Pirates Tavern in 2004 and has managed it ever since. The Seaworks Foundation was initiated by the WMA to oversee management and development of the site, and the WMA works closely with the Foundation.