Posted on August 3, 2018 | Author Perth Boat Show | Category Perth
The Club Marine Perth International Boat Show will cater for those looking for information on boating and fishing in Western Australia, with the brand new Maritime and Roads Information Hub.
The new Maritime and Transport Information Hub, located on the foreshore of Elizabeth Quay, is a convenient one-stop-shop for information about safe boating including correct weight ratios for cars and boat trailers, fishing regulations, marine parks, national approach for commercials vessels and interpreting weather forecasts. The Maritime and Roads Information Hub will be part of the free activities included at this year’s Club Marine Perth International Boat Show and will be set up at Elizabeth Quay.
Agencies involved in the Maritime and Roads Information Hub include Department of Transport – Marine Safety, PlatesWA, Main Roads Heavy Vehicle Services; Western Australian Police Services (Water Police); Fremantle Volunteer Sea Rescue Group; Fire and Emergency Services; Australian Maritime Safety Authority; Bureau of Meteorology (BOM); Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions; and Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD).
To encourage visitors to make the most of the Maritime and Roads Information Hub, children can participate in the “Passport Competition.” Entry forms will be available, and kids can visit each booth, answer some questions and have their passport stamped to can receive a prize. Show visitors can also look out for a visit from the Departments’ mascots during the Show days.
The Maritime and Roads Information Hub will be part of the free activities included at this year’s Club Marine Perth International Boat Show and will be set up at Elizabeth Quay.