South Australian lifejacket laws are changing to help keep our community safe when enjoying our states waterways
Six-monthly registration is now available for boats under seven metres.
It’s safe, convenient, and lets you access your licence information easily online.
River goers are advised to keep their boat wash to a minimum on the River Murray and associated waterways due to a high water level putting properties at risk.
The 2016 summer boating season has kicked off with a focus on keeping boaters safe with patrols to check safety equipment, boat registration and operator licences.
With the weather finally warming up and the summer boating season underway boaters should take the opportunity to check all the safety equipment on their boats before taking to the water.
Murray Cod fingerlings will be released into the River Murray today in order to boost the population of the iconic species.
Recreational fishers are being reminded to familiarise themselves with the correct procedures for handling Murray Cod, as the catch and release season gets underway on New Year’s Day.
The State Government will release 100,000 Murray Cod fingerlings in the South Australian section of the River Murray as part of an ongoing trial to boost the local population.
South Australians are being reminded that they have until Friday 8 January 2016 to provide feedback on their preferred location for the state’s new trial artificial reef project.