Community input is being sought on proposed management scenarios for the future management of South Australia’s iconic fish – snapper.
Visitors to the Adelaide Boat Show can have their boating questions answered and even sit for their boat licence exam at the Marine Safety display this year.
We want to better understand current boating knowledge, skills and behaviour of recreational South Australian boaters.
Did you know you can sign up for marine updates directly from the Bureau of Meteorology?
Sunny winter weekends can be a perfect opportunity for boaters to take advantage of quiet traffic conditions and calm waters – it’s also a timely reminder about the dangers of what’s known as a “silent killer”.
Boaters are reminded to check the weather and to let someone know before heading out on the water this June long weekend.
A second-hand boat purchase can be a more economical way onto the water – but do your research to make sure the boat is seaworthy.
Saturday 18 May 2019 is ‘Ready, Set, Wear It’ Lifejacket Awareness Day and what better way is there to celebrate than to check the health of your inflatable lifejacket?
Marine Safety patrols were kept busy over the Easter break, as a boat safety blitz on the River Murray and around the Yorke Peninsula resulted in 61 expiations being issued.
Speed limits in the Barker Inlet and North Arm of the Port Adelaide River have changed.