No jetski incidents were reported
No jetski incidents were reported on the Bouddi Peninsula over the Australia Day long weekend, according to the Wagstaffe-Killcare Community Association.
"Fortunately no incidents were reported in our area, though Lobster Beach was packed with craft of all descriptions and there was virtually no room at all for swimmers," said president Ms Peta Colebatch.
"We will continue to keep this issue under review.
"At our next community meeting on March 12, Arlene Bridges will be attending to let us know what action she and others in the Council area are taking.
Ms Colebatch said: "Concerns have been raised in the past about the use of jetskis on our beaches, and the antisocial behaviour by some.
"Prior to the Australia Day long weekend, we wrote to the Minister to seek additional attention to this on the long weekend, and this was followed by discussions with Maritime Services, who increased patrols over that weekend."
Newsletter, 27 Feb 2018
Peta Colebatch, WTKCA
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