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NAVIGATION LIGHTS

Boats engaged in rowing activities (training or competition) on the Brisbane River now need to display an all-around white flashing light if they are on the water before sunrise or after sunset.

Navigation lights

BRISBANE RIVER CODE OF CONDUCT

All members should familiarise themselves with the Brisbane River Code of Conduct. This is required reading.

Brisbane River Code of Conduct

RIVERSHARE CAMPAIGN

The RiverShare video† brings the pocket guide to life on the screen to help educate Brisbane River users about how to safely navigate and share the river.

View the RiverShare video below.

GENERAL SAFETY OBLIGATIONS

Regardless of the size of our vessels, all users of Brisbane waterways must follow the MSQ General Safety Obligations.

General safety obligation

SAFE ON-WATER CONDUCT

Make sure you are familiar with the MSQ Brisbane River Code of Conduct.

Safe on-water conduct on the Brisbane River

RQ ROWING SAFETY

The safe operation of rowing craft on Queensland's waterways is a priority for Toowong Rowing club in accordance with Rowing Queensland and MSQ.  All rowers, coxswains, and coaches are expected to operate in a safe and healthy manner and not engage in any behaviour that is contrary to the code of conduct.

 

Current MSQ and Transdev rules and responsibilities.

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