Gladstone pilotage area
The Gladstone pilotage area is the area of:
- waters bounded by an imaginary line drawn:
- starting at the high-water mark at Connor Bluff on Curtis Island at approximate latitude 23° 42.909' south, longitude 151° 17.660' east
- then in a south-easterly direction to latitude 23° 49.509' south, longitude 151° 34.660' east
- then south to latitude 23° 56.509' south, longitude 151° 34.660' east
- then in a south-westerly direction to the high-water mark at the northern tip of Tiber Point on Hummock Hill Island
- then west to the high-water mark on Wild Cattle Island
- then by the high-water mark in a northerly direction along the eastern shoreline of Wild Cattle Island to the northern tip of the island
- then west to the high-water mark on the eastern shoreline of the mainland
- then by the high-water mark in a northerly direction along the eastern shoreline of the mainland to latitude 23° 38.409' south
- then east to the high-water mark of the western shoreline of Curtis Island at latitude 23º 38.409' south
- then by the high-water mark in a southerly direction along the western shoreline, in an easterly direction along the southern shoreline and in a northerly direction along the eastern shoreline of Curtis Island to the starting point; and
- the navigable waters of rivers and creeks flowing, directly or indirectly, into the waters mentioned in paragraph (a).
Download the Gladstone pilotage/compulsory pilotage area chartlet.