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Event: Aquatic Event Notification, LiveLighter Paddle WA Mandurah Canals Canoe Marathon

Mariners are hereby advised that between the hours of 7:00 AM and 12:30 PM on Sunday 6th February 2022, approximately 90 paddlers will be participating in the approved 2022 “LiveLighter Paddle WA Mandurah Canals Canoe Marathon” 

Mandurah

Commencing from Keith Holmes Reserve in the Mandurah Ocean Marina, crossing the Mandurah Estuary and entering the Port Mandurah Canals North Entrance. Exiting the Port Mandurah Canals South Entrance and crossing the Mandurah Estuary towards Mandurah Waterside Canals before returning up the Mandurah Estuary to the to the point of commencement. 

Mariners are advised to navigate with caution when transiting in these areas while the event is taking place.

Location: 32° 32.467’S, 115° 42.906’E

Chart reference: Department of Transport chart 913 – Mandurah to Dawesville Channel    

  • Start date: 6/02/2022.
  • End date: 6/02/2022.
  • Issued: 19/01/2022
  • Number: Not2022 - 11

Warning: Trailable Jetty Structure in Logue Brook Dam Water Ski Area

A large steel and timber trailable jetty structure is reported to be located within the water ski area in Logue Brook Dam adjacent to Lake Brockman Tourist Park. 

Mariners are advised to exercise caution when transiting the area.

  • Location: 33° 0.053' S,115° 58.466' E
  • Issued: 18/01/2022

  Advice: Deployment of 4 directional wave buoys – offshore Dawesville vicinity

Mariners are advised that four directional wave buoys (DWRs) will be deployed in the offshore Dawesville vicinity from mid July 2021 to July 2022 at the following locations, approximately 2 nautical miles from the shore:

  • 32.629°S, 115.580°’E
  • 32.625°S, 115.593°’E
  • 32.614°S, 115.583°’E
  • 32.610°S, 115.596°’E

The above buoys are predominantly yellow in colour (with black solar panels), approximately 0.42m in diameter and equipped with flashing yellow light

Flash rate: Fl Y 2.5s

  • Location: 32.629°S, 115.580°’E
  • Chart reference: Department of Transport chart 755– Bouvard

Mariners are advised to navigate with caution when transiting the above area and keep well clear of the above DWRs at all times.

  • Start date: Mid July 2021
  • End date: Mid July 2022
  • Issued: 16/07/2021
  • Number: 2021-92

  Warning: Shallowing around Port Marker adjacent to Novara Boat Ramp

Description: It has been reported that shallowing has occurred around the port marker adjacent to the Novara boat ramp.

Mariners are advised to navigate with caution in the area

Location:  32° 34.394'S, 115° 40.485'E.

Chart:   Department of Transport Chart WA848 –  Peel Inlet and Harvey Estuary

Issued: 05/03/2020

  Warning: Submerged rocks, Waroona Dam

Southeast sector of Waroona Dam/Lake Navarino, east of the camp ground

Mariners are advised that submerged rocks have been reported near the shore in the southeast sector of Waroona Dam/Lake Navarino, to the east of the camp ground in the vicinity of the following coordinate:

  • Location: 32° 51.042'S, 115° 59.990'E

Mariners are advised to navigate with caution when transiting in the vicinity of the above submerged rocks.

Mark Briant, Manager, Navigational Safety and Moorings, Marine Safety, Department of Transport.

  • Start date:
  • End date:
  • Issued: 25/06/2019

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