Navigation Restriction - Lake Conjola - New boat ramp works and possible limitations to use of public boat ramp
NEW BOAT RAMP WORKS AND POSSIBLE LIMITATIONS TO USE OF PUBLIC BOAT RAMP
December 2020 to late June 2021
Vessel operators are advised that construction of a new boat launching facility is underway in Yooralla Bay, off Havilland Street Conjola Park, and is expected to be operational in late June 2021. This new facility will include two lanes and a pontoon.
Vessel operators further are advised that the boat launching facility accessing Lake Conjola located on private property at Killarney Point, which provided a user pay system for larger trailered vessels, is closed and not accessible to the public due to fire damage until further notice.
Vessel operators should consult the list of local launching facilities and factor in possible site restrictions before launching and retrieving vessels into the waters of Lake Conjola. Accommodation providers with access to the waters of Lake Conjola should be consulted to determine any boating access limitations.
Due to the closure of the Killarney Point facility, and until the construction of the new public boat ramp at Havilland Street is complete, alternative public facilities are located at:
|Sandra Street (Conjola Park)|
|Valley Drive (Conjola Park)|
|Anglers Parade Fisherman’s Paradise|
Alternative ramps can be found by using the TfNSW interactive boat ramp locator tool.
The waters of Yooralla Bay, Lake Conjola, remain open to normal vessel traffic.
Further information on other TfNSW infrastructure projects can be found on the Martime Projects webpage.
A signposted speed limit of 4 knots applies to all powered vessels operating in Yooralla Bay and vessel operators are required to minimise wash.
All vessel operators and persons using the waters specified above should keep a proper lookout, comply with local buoyage and signage, and exercise extreme caution when navigating in the vicinity of the works.
Transport for NSW advises:
- Persons within the vicinity of the construction site must comply with any directions given by a Boating Safety Officer or Police Officer in relation to the Construction Works, or to marine safety. Failure to comply with any such direction is an offence (Marine Safety Act 1998, s.15A - Maximum Penalty $3,300.00).
- Vessels are required to maintain a safe distance and speed from the works and operators are reminded that the production of wash which impacts unreasonably on the works is an offence (Marine Safety Regulation 2016 – clause 11(2) - Maximum Penalty $5,500.00).
- Vessels are required to comply with all signage and buoyage. Failure to comply is an offence (Marine Safety Act 1998, s.11(4) - Maximum Penalty $5,500 in relation to wash and $1,100 for any other case).
Transport for NSW Boating Map - 12A
For further information concerning this Navigation Advice, please contact the TfNSW (Maritime Infoline) on 131 236 from 8.30am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday, and 8.30am to 4.30pm on weekends and Public Holidays.
MARINE NOTICE SO2046