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Temporary closure of the Walker Flat Ferry

Temporary closure of the Walker Flat Ferry

11 Jun 2021

The Department for Infrastructure and Transport advises there will be a temporary closure of the Walker Flat Ferry service from 10am to 1pm on Wednesday, 16 June (weather permitting).

Temporary closure of the Walker Flat Ferry

Temporary closure of the Walker Flat Ferry

03 Jun 2021

The Department for Infrastructure and Transport advises there will be a temporary closure of the Walker Flat Ferry service from 10am to 3pm on Wednesday, 9 June (weather permitting).

Temporary closure of the Swan Reach Ferry

Temporary closure of the Swan Reach Ferry

24 May 2021

The Department for Infrastructure and Transport advises there will be a temporary closure of the Swan Reach Ferry service from 10am to 2pm on Wednesday, 2 June (weather permitting).

Paper and electronic chart navigation survey - open now

Paper and electronic chart navigation survey - open now

19 May 2021

Electronic navigational charts now make up over 85 percent of total chart demand. The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) is looking for your opinion around the rationalisation of paper charts and any concerns around the current requirements on the use of the electronic chart systems by domestic commercial vessels.

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Flares are an essential emergency item. See how to store and set them off safely. And remember, flares expire. Find more info about flares here.

Here a Marine Safety Officer takes us through how to see your life jacket is safe and up to standard. Find all info about lifejackets here.

A Marine Safety Officer gives expert advice on how to use an Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon, or EPIRB.