Three brand new Emerald Class ferries, set to service customers on the F1 Circular Quay – Manly route, have arrived in Sydney Harbour.
The 51st Massive Murray Paddle will kick off on Monday 18 November with paddlers making their way from Yarrawonga to Swan Hill.
$28 million will be spent on improving maritime facilities across the state. The funding is the third round in the Boating Now program.
Nominations are open for the NSW Maritime Medal, recognising outstanding contributions in the community.
The Sydney International Boat Show has opened making water safety a priority.
73 projects across the state have been approved to share $17 million in funding under Round Two of the NSW Government’s Boating Now program.
Minister for Roads, Maritime and Freight Melinda Pavey launched the State Government’s Maritime Safety Plan for NSW waterways.
Investigating options for the Lake Macquarie area to improve boat storage capacity.
The 2017 Maritime Medal for selfless, outstanding and sustained contributions to the sector has been awarded to two people.
Dangerous goods are classified as substances and articles that pose an extreme risk to people, property and the environment.
Pilotage is the service to navigate a vessel into, within or out of port waters.
The medal is awarded for outstanding and sustained contributions to the boating and maritime community in NSW.
Work to expand Milsons Point Wharf will start from 27 April.
Have a say on the proposed concept design for the Birchgrove Wharf upgrade.
Work to start next month on the Meadowbank Wharf and interchange upgrade.
Transport for NSW today invited customers to provide feedback on the proposed transport interchange upgrade at Balmain East Wharf.
A Transport for NSW spokesperson has announced the completion of the Clarence River Erosion Management Plan.