North Metropolitan Aquatic Use Review: Questionnaire

Thank you for participating in the North Metropolitan Aquatic Use Review (AUR).

The Department of Transport (DoT) is proposing changes to the management of waters off the Perth North Metropolitan Area and is seeking your feedback.

The two proposals identified in stakeholder consultation would enhance safety for all water users.

DoT's Navigational Safety team has developed a short survey to guide your feedback.

The survey should take approximately five minutes to complete and responses are confidential. Should you have any problems completing the survey please contact Chris Mather, Team Leader Navigational Safety on (08) 9435 7907.

The AUR encompasses the coastline of the Perth North Metropolitan Area extending from Two Rocks to North Fremantle.

Map 1 - Proposal 1

To establish a new area that is closed to motorised vessels to provide greater safety to future users of the proposed Dive Trail at Marmion Beach. The proposed Dive Trail is planned for waters adjacent to the Marmion Angling and Aquatic Club by the Department of Biodiversity Conservation and Attractions (DBCA).

Map 1 - Proposal 2

To reduce the 6 knot restricted speed zone to 5 knots at Hillarys Boat Harbour. A 5 knot speed restriction is consistent with the limit applied at the majority of small boat harbours in WA.

Map 2

You need to be signed in to take this survey.

Do you support the introduction of a new Closed Waters (Motorised Vessel) area at Marmion Beach? Please refer to Proposal 1 contained within document 'Map 1, Proposals 1 and 2'. * required
Do you support a 5 knot restricted speed zone within Hillarys Boat Harbour? Please refer to Proposal 2 contained within document 'Map 1, Proposals 1 and 2'. * required
The following questions about you are designed to assist in the analysis of the survey feedback.
What is your gender?
Do you currently own or have use of a boat?
How often would you navigate the waters off Perth?
What type of boat do you own or use?
How do you access the waters on your boat?