BoatingWA representing all recreational boaters in Western Australia
Boating Western Australia (BWA) is a non-profit association, established for the promotion and development of safe, economic and enjoyable recreational boating throughout Western Australia.
It was established by ordinary boaters to assist with the needs of those interested in boating so that they may have a central body to represent them in matters of common interest, social contact and the broadening of further knowledge about boating and associated issues.
BoatingWA is committed to represent your views.
Membership is available to all those who enjoy recreational boating.
The Swan Yacht Club, Bunbury Yacht Club and Fremantle Sailing Club are affiliate member clubs.
Could it be any better?
BoatingWA has established a regular meeting with Rottnest CEO Michelle Reynolds to investigate issues and facilities.
To make Rottnest more enjoyable for boaters
We want your concerns to discuss and resolve with the Rottnest Island Authority
To put forward your suggestion to bring your issues to notice, click on the suggestion box
- Nine new navigation marks around the island.
- Ten new FREE beach moorings. (5 Thomson Bay + 5 Georde Bay)
- Geordie Bay toilet refurbshment
- Quokka doors around toilets and much more.
Rottnest and Garden Island
Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA)
The use of Drones is not permitted on both Rottnest & Gardens Islands.
Marine House counter closure
Marine House service counter at 1 Essex Street Fremantle will permanently close on Thursday 29 March 2018 at 4:30 pm.: FIND OUT MORE
DoT recommences flare disposal service
You can again dispose of out of date flares at selected Department of Transport (DoT) offices.
For information about DoT offices currently accepting flares for disposal and other locations including the Western Australian Local Government Association centres or Volunteer Marine Rescue groups please visit www.transport.wa.gov.au/flares
Product Safety Recall
The Jetpilot Kids NeoVest sold online and by major water sports stores in Australia and New Zealand between August 2016 to January 2018 are being recalled by the manufacturer. The product does not comply with the minimum buoyancy requirements of the voluntary Australian Standard AS 4758.1:2015 for lifejackets. The flotation material in the product provides insufficient buoyancy. To find out more: jetpilotrecall
The Jarvis Walker Pty Ltd — Adult Personal Flotation Device (PFD) Type 1 sold under Platinum brand July 2011 – December 2015 and JW Brand January 2012 to October 2017, is being recalled as it has design faults. Please follow the link to find out more. Jarvis Walker recall
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