Have Your Say

Have Your Say: Victorian Recreational Boating Strategy

Better Boating Victoria (BBV) are developing the Recreational Boating Strategy to address the issues faced by recreational boaters and prioritise future investment into the sector.

In January and February this year, BBV asked boaters to identify their boating priorities for Victoria. This feedback was analysed and divided into eight districts. Now, boaters are being asked to confirm which of these priorities are most important to ensure they are built into the draft strategy.

The eight boating districts that Victoria is divided into are: Wimmera & Mallee, South West, North Central, Goulburn Broken, Port Phillip & Westernport, North East, South & Central Gippsland and East Gippsland.

BBV will be conducting a survey for each of the districts which can be completed via the Engage Victoria website.

Consultation closes 17 May 2021.


DROP IN COMMUNITY CONSULTATION SESSIONS

BBV will be hosting drop in sessions as follows:

South West: Wednesday 21 April, 4pm, The Lighthouse Foyer, 185 Timor Street, Warrnambool

Port Phillip & Western Port: Hastings Saturday 24 April, 10-12 noon at Western Port Angling Club, Marine Parade, Hastings

Port Phillip & Western Port: Patterson River Saturday 24 April, 10-12 noon at Patterson River Boat Ramp, Launching Way, Carrum

Port Phillip & Western Port: Leopold – Saturday 24 April, 10-12 noon at Leopold Angling and Aquatic Club, 711-729 Portarlington Road Leopold

East Gippsland: Friday 30th April, 4pm – 6pm at Gippsland Lakes Angling, Game & Sports Fishing Club, 1 Bullock Island, Lakes Entrance

South & Central Gippsland: Saturday 1 May, 4pm – 6pm at Port of Sale, 70 Foster Street, Sale

Goulburn Broken: Wednesday 5 May, 4pm – 6pm Nagambie Lakes Regatta Centre 66 Loddings Ln, Nagambie

North East: Thursday 6 May 4pm – 6pm at Lake Hume Angling Club, Kinross Woolshed, 5 Kinross Court, Thurgoona


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