- public moorings
- privately owned moorings
- public moorings and reef protection areas from Lizard Island to Innisfail
- public moorings and reef protection areas from Mission Beach to Townsville
- public moorings and reef protection areas in the Whitsundays
- public moorings and reef protection areas in the Keppel Islands
- public moorings and reef protection areas in the Capricorn Bunker group
Using public moorings
- exceeding time limits
- attaching more than one vessel to a public mooring
- rafting-up – attaching multiple vessels in a chain when one vessel is attached to the mooring
- altering the mooring
- not following the instructions on the mooring.
I've found a damaged mooring or loose buoy – whom should I tell?
If you're heading out on the water, download and use the free zoning app so you know where you can go and what you can do.
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