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Change of conditions
- No change of conditions apply
A number of activities are not permitted within the boundaries of Victoria’s Marine National Parks and Marine Sanctuaries. It’s your responsibility to know the boundaries.
- No fishing.
- No spear fishing.
- No taking or damaging of any animals, plants and objects (artefacts).
Offences by individuals may incur an infringement notice, or carry penalties of up to 12 months imprisonment and/or fines of up to $20,000. Vessels, vehicles and equipment may also be seized. To report offences call the Department of Primary Industries on 13 3474.
12 Feb 2014
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