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MARINE EMERGENCY NUMBERS
Triple Zero "000"
Grave and Imminent Life Threatening Danger
131 444 (Police Assist)
Non Life Threatening Emergencies eg Breakdowns
Don't delay calling for assistance!
Formerly Coast Guard Freycinet
(January 2001 - June 2015)
F R E Y C I N E T
VOLUNTEER MARINE RESCUE
trading as Freycinet Marine Safety
ABN: 24 359 379 647
ATO Approved Deductible Gift Recipient
2013 Tasmanian Water Safety Council Award
for commitment to community water safety.
Surf Life Saving Australia Rescue Medal 2022
In Tasmania, flares must be carried in Sheltered and Coastal Waters
Flare have a maximum service life of three years.
What to do with old flares?
Marine and Safety Tasmania has arranged a number of collection points at Council Waste Management Centres. For Glamorgan Spring Bay municipality the collection point is at the Orford WMC. Check the Council website for opening hours.
Expired EPIRB's are still capable of sending a distress signal that will prompt an emergency response including tasking a Search and Rescue aircraft from Melbourne . If you have an old, expired EPIRB get in touch and we'll dismantle it and responsibly dispose of the components.
PLEASE DON'T DISPOSE OF YOUR EXPIRED EPIRB IN HOUSEHOLD RUBBISH.
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