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Get Involved in steering future investment in recreational boating

The Minister for Fishing and Boating is currently seeking expressions of interest from individuals who wish to be considered for the Ministerial Boating Round Table.

The Ministerial Boating Round Table will be established to co-design the Victorian Recreational Boating Strategy. If you would like to be considered we would encourage you to complete the Expression of Interest form here: getinvolved.transport.vic.gov.au/rec-boating-strategy
Applications close on Wednesday 25 November 2020 at 23:59pm.

Boat launching at Point Richards boat ramp

More information about the Victorian Recreational Boating Strategy

The Government knows boaters want better facilities and access, less congestion, better facility management, and transparency of funding used for facilities.

A Victorian first, the Victorian Recreational Boating Strategy will address long-standing issues in the sector and underpin prioritisation of future boating investment.

The Government has delivered on its commitment to establish the Better Boating Fund and will return every dollar of marine licensing and boat registration fees to improving boating safety and facilities.

The Victorian Recreational Boating Strategy will inform how the Better Boating Fund will be allocated. And that’s why the Government wants to work closely with the boating community to understand what they believe are the recreational boating priorities for Victoria.

The Minister for Fishing and Boating is establishing a Boating Round Table comprised of representatives from across the boating sector to help develop the Strategy.

The broader boating community will also get to have their say, wfith public consultations to be held during the strategy development process.
For further information about the Victorian Recreational Boating Strategy visit: getinvolved.transport.vic.gov.au/rec-boating-strategy

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