The Sydney International Boat Show has opened making water safety a priority.
Older boaties are being urged to exercise caution after an increase in the number of fatalities among seniors on NSW waterways.
Lives are being saved in Papua New Guinea as a result of the NSW Government’s Old4New life jacket scheme.
NSW boating public urged to be responsible with alcohol over the Australia Day long weekend.
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 50th Sydney International Boat Show at Darling Harbour’s new International Convention Centre, has water safety as a major focus.
The Old4New van will visit Cabramatta in March to share advice with the public about lifejackets and drowning prevention.
NSW boating incident report, reveals 85 per cent of the 105 recreational boaters presumed drowned since 2007 weren’t wearing a lifejacket.
Transport for NSW has unveiled its latest water safety campaign.
Wearing a lifejacket is the most effective way to prevent drowning.
The boating public is urged to “grin and wear it” this Friday 20th May, as part of International Wear Your Lifejacket To Work Day.
Boaties on the NSW South Coast are running out of time to take advantage of the Old4New lifejacket upgrade program
The mobile 'Old4New' van will be touring Newcastle, Lake Macquarie and Swansea this week.
Transport for NSW is urging boaters to brush up on maritime safety, especially male boaters.
Crackdown on dangerous and anti-social riding of jet-skis in and around the Georges River, Botany Bay and Port Hacking.