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Whitsundays pilotage area

The Whitsundays pilotage area is the area of— 

(a)  waters bounded by an imaginary line drawn—

  • starting at the high–water mark at the northern tip of George Point on the mainland
  • then to latitude 20º 01.19' south, longitude 148º 52.84' east
  • then to latitude 20º 02.94' south, longitude 148º 58.63' east
  • then to the high–water mark at the north-eastern tip of Deloraine Island
  • then along the high–water mark of the eastern shoreline of Deloraine Island to its south-eastern tip
  • then to the high–water mark at the northern tip of Harold Island
  • then along the high–water mark of the eastern shoreline of Harold Island to its southern tip
  • then to the high–water mark at the northern tip of Jesuit Point on Maher Island
  • then along the high–water mark of the western shoreline of Maher Island to its southern tip
  • then to the high–water mark at the northern tip of Shaw Island
  • then along the high–water mark of the western shoreline of Shaw Island to its south-western tip
  • then to the southern tip of Cape Conway on the mainland
  • then by the high–water mark, initially in a general north-westerly direction, returning to the starting point; and

(b) the navigable waters of rivers and creeks flowing, directly or indirectly, into the waters in paragraph (a).

Whitsundays pilotage/compulsory pilotage area chartlet.

Last updated
24 August 2017