The Boating Industry Association of Victoria is the peak body for the marine sector. It represents an industry worth $4.5 Billion dollars to the Victorian economy and provides over 17,700 FTE jobs.
Murray Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) & NSW RMS questioned on Murray River Erosion Consultation
The Boating Industry Association of Victoria (BIAV), today questioned the Murray Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) and NSW Roads and Maritime Service (NSW RMS) regarding scientific advice from the draft River Murray Erosion Management Plan consultation that appears to be contrary to some of the information that is filtering to the community and industry.
“When the MDBA released the April 2017 document, which indicated to readers that the erosion was caused by power boats, the document, we understand, provided photographic content of erosion that was not in a towed water sport zone,” said BIAV CEO Steve Walker.
Discover a career in the Marine Industry
The BIAV has developed a Boating & Marine Careers Guide for provides information to help you identify employment, education and training opportunities when deciding on career pathways that best suit your interests and abilities. Our industry values people with a wide range of backgrounds and diverse skills. The potential to develop your career is endless, from small craft construction to super yachts, engine repairs to sails; marine equipment to marine electronics; marina management to marine tourism. This guide is an important resource for young people, career practitioners, teachers, parents and employers on jobs within the boating and marine industry in Victoria. Find out more…
Launching Way Master Plan
The Boating Industry Association of Victoria (BIAV) announced the Launching Way Precinct Master Plan, which seeks to provide a better boating experience at Launching Way on Port Phillip Bay.
The Launching Way precinct is the busiest public boat launching facility in Victoria and serves as an important part of the local community at Carrum, and especially to fishing and boating enthusiasts from around the state.
The Master Plan was developed over two years and was funded by the Victorian State Government‘s Boating Safety Facilities Program. Read more…