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Marine radio is potentially a life line for vessels in an emergency. Avoid unnecessary communications on marine radio. Be aware of the following Marine Radio channels and frequencies when operating a motorised vessel in Port Phillip:
- Recreational Vessels VHF Channel 72, 73 and 77
- 27MHz Channel 96
- Port Operations VHF Channel 12
- Emergency Calls and calling VHF Channel 16 and 67
- 27MHz Channel 86 and 88.
In an emergency call 000 from a phone if unable to use the radio channels.
16 May 2013
Parks Victoria is pleased to announce that Quarry Beach Road which leads to Mallacoota Coastal Reserve has been repaired and is again open to traffic. The road was severely damaged last June during a rain storm which flooded the nearby Horse Trap Creek. The road was undercut by the …