Strathbogie Shire Council

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Lake Nagambie and the surrounding waterways may be closed due to events or other scenarios.

Please use the link below to upcoming closure dates.

Information can also be obtained from the Lake Nagambie Visitor Information Centre on
1800 065 993 or at 293 High Street Nagambie.

For the latest list of Lake and River Closures 2021 - click below

Lake and River Closures

 

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PUBLIC NOTICE

DECLARATION OF BOATING ACTIVITY EXEMPTION

Strathbogie Shire Council as the declared waterway manager for the Goulburn River from Hughes Creek to Goulburn Weir including Lake Nagambie, makes the following declaration under section 203(3) of the Marine Safety Act 2010 (Vic).

For the purposes of boating activity conducted by Rowing Victoria, persons and vessels involved in the 2021 FISA World Cup Simulation Regatta 28 April – 2 May 2021, are exempt from the following requirements:

State Rules made under the Marine Act 1988

  1. Clause 2(a) – must not exceed 5 knots within 50 metres of a person in the water
  2. Clause 2(c) – must not exceed 5 knots within 50 metres of another vessel
  3. Clause 3(b) – must not exceed 5 knots within 50 metres of a fixed or floating structure
  4. Clause 91.14 of Schedule 91 – exclusive use and special purpose area for un-powered vessels (rowing course area)

Waterway Rules made under the Marine Safety Act 2010 / Marine Act 1988

Subject to the following conditions:

  • Masters of competing vessels are only exempt from items 2-3 for the duration of the events.
  • Masters of rescue and official vessels are only exempt from items 1-3 when undertaking a rescue operation to retrieve persons in distress, provide for their initial medical or other needs and deliver them to a place of safety on shore.
  • Masters of rescue vessels and event official & support vessels are only exempt from item 4 for the duration of the events.
  • Occupants of all mechanically powered vessels involved with the events (support, rescue and official) must always wear a PFD during the events and vessels must carry all prescribed safety equipment.
  • The event is operating under the auspices of Rowing Victoria, including the Rowing Victoria Safety Management Plan, which meets the criteria of Clause 3 of the Exemption Notice made under the Marine Regulations 1999 in respect of the exemption for rowing vessels to not carry or wear a personal flotation device.
  • The exemptions apply for the dates and times detailed in Table 1, to the persons and vessels registered to participate in the FISA World Cup Simulation Regatta within the waters of Lake Nagambie.
  • The exemptions apply provided the stated safety controls and undertakings detailed in the application form and associated documentation are adhered to

Table 1

Date

Times

Wednesday 28th April

12:00pm – 6:00pm

Thursday 29th April

6:00am – 6:00pm

Friday 30th April

8:00am – 6:00pm

Saturday 1st May

8:00am – 6:00pm

Sunday 2nd May        

8:00am – 6:00pm

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

PUBLIC NOTICE

DECLARATION OF BOATING ACTIVITY EXEMPTION

Strathbogie Shire Council as the declared waterway manager for The Goulburn River from Hughes Creek to Goulburn Weir including Lake Nagambie under the Marine Safety Act 2010 (Act), makes the following declaration under Section 203(3) of the Act.

For the purposes of boating activity by Rowing Victoria, vessels and persons involved in the Rowing Victoria 2021 regattas, as detailed in the table below, are exempt from the following requirements:

State Rules made under the Marine Act 1988

1. Clause 2(a) - must not exceed 5 knots within 50 metres of a person in the water
2. Clause 2(c) - must not exceed 5 knots within 50 metres of another vessel
3. Clause 3(b) - must not exceed 5 knots within 50 metres of a fixed or floating structure.

Waterway Rules made under the Marine Safety Act 2010 / Marine Act 1988
4. Clause 91.14 of Schedule 91 - exclusive use and special purpose area for un-powered vessels (rowing course area)

Subject to the following conditions:

  • Masters of the competing vessels are only exempt from items 2-3 for the duration of the events.
  • Masters of rescue and official vessels are only exempt from items 1-3 when undertaking a rescue operation to retrieve persons in distress, provide for their intitial medical or other needs and deliver them to a place of safety on shore.
  • Masters of rescue vessels and event official & support vessels are only exempt from item 4 for the duration of the events.
  • Occupants of all mechanically powered vessels involved with the events (support, rescue and official) must always wear a PFD during the events and vesssels must carry all prescribed safety equipment.
  • The event is operating under the auspices of Rowing Victoria, including the Rowing Vicotira Safety Management Plan, which meets the criteria of Clause 3 of the Exemption Notice made under the Marine Regulations 1999 in respect of the exemption for rowing vessels to not carry or wear a personal flotation device.
  • The exemptions apply for the dates and times detailed in Table 1, to the persons and vessels registered to participate in the Rowing Victoria regattas on Lake Nagambie, provided the stated safety controls and undertakings detailed in the application form and associated documentation are adhered to.

Table 1 - Rowing Victoria 2021 regattas

Date

Event

Times

 6/02/2021  Nagambie Rowing Regatta  7am – 6pm
 7/02/2021  Nagambie Rowing Regatta  7am – 6pm
 27/02/2021  RV State Champs Regatta  7am – 6pm
 28/02/2021  RV State Champs Regatta  7am – 6pm
 13/03/2021  Scotch Mercantile Regatta  7am – 6pm
 20/03/2021  APS Heads of the River Regatta  7am – 6pm
 8/05/2021  Victorian Masters Regatta  7am – 6pm
 9/05/2021  Victorian Masters Regatta  7am – 6pm

 

By order of
David Roff
Director Corporate Operations

Dated: 2nd February 2021  

 



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