Notices to Mariners

Notices to Mariners (NTMs) are an official notification issued to mariners providing advice on aids to navigation (AtoNs), safety issues, dangers or hazards to navigation within chartered waters of which authorities have knowledge.

Victorian Notices to Mariners are issued by waterway managers such as Parks Victoria who manages the local port waters of Port Phillip & Western Port.

Notices to Mariners are also issued by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) and the Australian Hydrographic Service for Australian territorial waters (beyond 3NM).

All current Victorian Notices to Mariners can be viewed on the Victorian Regional Channels Authority website.

Download Parks Victoria Notices to Mariners published between 1 January and 28 October 2019 (PDF).

For Parks Victoria Notices to Mariners published prior to 1 January 2019, for further information, or to receive Parks Victoria Notices to Mariners, please contact: noticetomariners@parks.vic.gov.au

Underwater Operations
Local Port of Port Phillip | Chelsea

Coppin Jetty Demolition and Reconstruction Works Complete
Local Port of Port Phillip | Sorrento Seabaths

Royal Melbourne Yacht Squadron Special Mark Buoy ‘E’ Missing
Local Port of Port Phillip | St Kilda

Mordialloc Life Saving Club Carnival
Local Port of Port Phillip | Mordialloc

St Kilda Pier- Inner Low Landing Temporary Closure
Local Port of Port Phillip | St Kilda

Corio Bay – Grammar School Lagoon (Lime Burners) Starboard Lateral Pile No 3 Unlit
Local Port of Port Phillip | Geelong

Prince George Bank - South Cardinal Mark Unlit
Local Port of Port Phillip | Indented Head

San Remo Jetty - Maintenance Dredging
Local Port of Western Port | San Remo

Portsea Pier –Upgrade Works and Temporary Closures
Local Port of Port Phillip | Portsea

Point Richards Boat Ramp – Port Lateral Buoy Lit
Local Port of Port Phillip | Point Richards Boat Ramp

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