Interactive map layers are available via LIST (Land Information Systems Tasmania) for certain vessel types for the whole of Tasmania. These are based on the individual parts of the Directive on the Discharge of Sewage From Certain Vessels into State Waters.
Map layers on LIST can be accessed via the links below
Part 3 – Discharge of sewage that is not disinfected from vessels carrying less than 16 persons.
Part 4 – Discharge of any sewage from vessels carrying 16 or more persons.
Part 5 – Discharge of disinfected sewage from vessels carrying less than 16 persons.
Part 5 (2.7) – Commonly acknowledged swimming beaches monitored in accordance with Recreational Water Quality Guidelines 2007 during summer (November 1 to April 30).
Below are basic maps to help illustrate what the Directive on the
Discharge of Sewage from Certain Vessels into State Waters means for various waters around the state. The maps have been grouped into six regions.
Please note: the maps should be read in conjunction with the Directive.
Sthn Channel to SW Coast
Mercury Passage-Waubs Bay, Bicheno
Macleans Bay - Ansons Bay
Ansons Bay - Tam O'Shanter Bay
Tam O'Shanter Bay - Claytons Bay
Claytons Bay to Black River
Black River to Ann Bay and the Fleurieu
Green Point/Ann Bay to Granville Harbour
Granville Harbour to Point Hibbs
Point Hibbs to Window Pane Bay
Port Davey - Bathurst Harbour
Window Pane Bay to Whale Head
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