Changed boating conditions for rowing regatta
Changed boating conditions for rowing regatta on Tweed River
14 February 2014
Boaters are advised to keep clear of a section of the Tweed River at Murwillumbah on Sunday 16 March for the safe staging of a rowing regatta.
Roads and Maritime Services has granted an exclusive use aquatic licence on the river from the Condong to the Murwillumbah Road bridges from 7am to 5pm.
The area will be marked by buoys and monitored by control vessels.
Skippers should avoid this area as it will be closed to recreational and commercial boating for safety reasons.
Those in boats not involved in event should not enter the exclusive use area unless authorised by a boating safety officer or a police officer.
Roads and Maritime reminds people to wear a lifejacket when boating, especially in vessels smaller than 4.8 metres when alone, at night or offshore.
For maritime safety information visit www.maritime.nsw.gov.au