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Notices and advice to mariners: affecting multiple areas in Queensland

See current notices and advice affecting multiple areas in Queensland.

To manage the risks associated with Coronavirus (COVID-19), all foreign trading ships must provide information on recent crew members and passenger travel history, and any sign of symptoms.

Publication and resources

  • 014 of 2021PDF

    14/01/2021: Great Barrier Reef and Torres Strait Vessel Traffic Service Area—changes ship encounter information

  • 448 of 2020PDF

    11/12/2020: Queensland Coast—summary of wave measuring buoys

  • Advice: Queensland CoastPDF Popular

    Queensland Coast—HF services will be delivered by Charleville Radio

  • 260 of 2016PDF Popular

    REEFREP/ Reef VTS Area, Queensland Coast—Marine Orders 63 (Vessel reporting systems) 2015 ‐ Mandatory Reporting Requirements

  • 199 of 2015PDF

    Great Barrier Reef, Booby Island to Gladstone—establishment of Maritime Safety Queensland as Reef VTS Authority

  • 550 of 2011PDF

    Queensland Coast, between Torres Strait and Sandy Cape—changes to Great Barrier Reef and Torres Strait Vessel Traffic Service

  • 439 T of 2003PDF

    Red Island Point—sesia wharf shoaling

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Category Transport and motoring
Licence Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
Publication set custodian Transport and Main Roads

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Transport and Main Roads, Queensland Government, Notices and advice to mariners: affecting multiple areas in Queensland, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 sourced on 17 January 2021

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