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SEE RELATED PUBLICATIONS: Notice to Mariners (http://www.dpi.wa.gov.au/imarine/coastaldata/), Symbols, Abbreviations and Terms (INT 1), Tide Tables, Sailing Directions. For surveys beyond this chart refer to RAN Charts AUS 744, 745 and AUS 329.DEPTHS IN METRES

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20364 2334 176 19 198Reef 164125 194 19743AUSTRALIA - WEST COAST 1986728 205 9 199169 1948WESTERN AUSTRALIA 114 146 2040 Ningaloo Marine Park 31 197173 10929 15135 203 19719915EXMOUTH 3 199 199199

9346’ 193 46’26 193 204 20693 118 98114 20337 99 158I N D I A N 197165 2193WARNING 118 19420220332 93SCALE 1 : 50 000 During moderate to heavy swells 112 93 15 20211 19946 92with an outgoing tide, the area between 13 195

19 199 19999 19999 7 424 13931 73North West Reef and North West Cape 19915 2041102 205can become extremely hazardous. 19940 97DEPTHS 18 9 2099 375 201 19411 13678

1Depths are shown in metres and decimetres, reduced to Sounding Datum, which is 48 20810 193 19998 19225 99approximately Lowest Astronomical Tide. 6 1987 201984 5Lighthouse Bay 11535 42 199325 91 20HEIGHTS 6 19919911 9679116 167 19758 18Heights are shown in metres. Underlined figures are drying heights above Sounding 1128 64 129 97 192

33Datum. Overhead clearance heights are above Highest Astronomical Tide. All other Sanctuary 205 19822 19920547’ 199 47’11839heights are above Mean High Water Springs. 33 20119931 203270 090 63 199168 11417 199

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POSITIONS 48 35 21 Zone32 1916726Positions on this chart are referenced to the Map Grid of Australia, Zone 50, based on the Geocentric Datum of Australia 1994 (GDA94). For GPS use, this

NORTH WEST CAPE118 Bu22 39 202172 26 199 20113 19922approximates WGS84.

32 185 82 29 1928 12923 919PROJECTION 27 2095 158 2Bu 226 94Universal Transverse Mercator. 1938 163 6518 6 186

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Dunes 32 22 109 7648’ 48’37 10394206 171NAVIGATION MARKS 5526 20321 16124 73 123 92 Bay16 201174 19822 1999IALA Maritime Buoyage System - Region A (Red to Port). Surf Beach Bay113 177 114

63 VLAMINGH HEAD24 2225 621 68 73 199 199CHART AMENDMENTS 5426186 26 123179 25 North West Cape Light Fl 10s 129m 21M

15 17625The information provided on this chart is correct at time of publication. As this 39 19958158180 Hunters 21 197115information is subject to change, ensure the latest version of the chart is used at all 18 No.1120 No.17

times and is kept up-to-date with reference to the following: 171157

Notices to Mariners 174 151 135 27165 Mauritius 159 199 Ningaloo Marine Park196

Disused No.12 63 206Lighthouse103 39 185 205Changes of a safety or navigational nature will be reflected in Notices to Mariners. 166 191 15 142161 Murat66Ningaloo Marine Park Helby 199Jacobzs14Current Notices are available from DoT chart sales offices, approved chart agents and 20 138 No.10 No.27 5436 See Inset199

27 168at http://www.transport.wa.gov.au/imarine/coastaldata/. Bank POINT MURAT 21118 82 20167 949’ 49’Navigable Waters Regulations 21 21 19No.938 19665 Sanctuary23 2Tower 0 NavalChanges to Navigable Waters Regulations are published in the Western Australian 18184

22 197111 No.3158 Babjarrimannos (386m)188 23 16720932Government Gazette. Regulations for Navigable Waters can also be found at 5 Knots128 Waters15684

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00 12http://www.slp.wa.gov.au/gazette/gazette.nsf. 31 No.8 22No.4 186 2165201 134 172Marine Protected Areas 2F Bu Zone196 22204196 7124Refer to Department of Fisheries and Department of Environment and Conservation 6 3142 19323 106 8731 No.6 193publications for the latest information. 194192 20847 27 26149188 9 332 177 209198TIDAL INFORMATION AND SOUNDING DATUM No.7195 No.5 92 189134 47 Jansz MOORINGS 24128 65Lattitude Longitude Heights in metres above datum 196Place 119

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MLWSHAT MHWS MHWN MSL MLWN Wobiri 22Public moorings exist within the Muiron 1907 6164 Islands, Bundegi, Lighthouse Bay and 19379 204 222.9 2.3 1.7 1.5 1.2 0.6 189EXMOUTH MARINA 21°56' 114°09' 54 Tantabiddi Sanctuary Zones with mooring

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161 2148 1772.5 2.0 1.5 1.3 1.0 0.5 129 18521°50' 114°11'BUNDEGI JETTY 148 each mooring. Public moorings must be 19728 128 34 35 12 19914 booked prior to use through the66 205 187TANTABIDDI 21°55' 113°59' 2.0 1.6 1.2 1.1 0.9 0.6 204 99166 Department of Parks and Wildlife (DPaW) Exmouth office.

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44 104Bay LOGARITHMIC NOMOGRAM SPEED - DISTANCE - TIME 3925 22

174 16741 206187 772126To find Speed, Distance or Time Interval, draw a line through any two factors, then interpolate for 21 199164 Trial 181the unknown factor. eg. A distance of 10 nautical miles in 120 minutes means a speed of 5 knots. Jurabi 12 206Brooke51’ 51’67205 Baudin189 1633 95SPEED 1.0 1.5 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 15 20 30 92 Sanctuary 15 Bundegi64 36 167(Knots) 178 177

195 19638 Zone FALSE ISLAND POINT 143184 Water Ski29183 72 22DISTANCE 0.1 0.2 0.4 0.6 1.0 2 4 6 8 10 15 20 30 40 50 Area06 45 191 199(Nautical Miles) 15 16197 21 199

175122 Outer 174206179 13 54TIME INTERVAL 6 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 90 120 180 Bundegi B 188 17843 1861(Minutes) 288 6 1670314 See Chart on Reverse SideREEF NAVIGATION 17Example Bu 4818 Bundegi 53178 14 18 209Don't be caught173 B2343 68 173104 Reef15As swells or waves move in from the sea along Ningaloo reef, they 06

are suddenly confronted by a rapidly rising seabed, causing them26 1 02 Bu 2806193 BOATING FOR SAFETY27 16 to break. These waves create a potentially dangerous situation for 16909 81

any vessel crossing them. 03The safety and success of any boating trip is dependent on the level of Sanctuary52’ 52’23 12 2 211807RADIO COMMUNICATION 3 199 188preparation before you leave. 7617 19 An important consideration lies in the skipper's ability to Coastal 168185 2221189 understand and interpret the conditions sensibly and objectively. 97227MHz band channels 27.88 and 27.90.

VHF channel 16 and repeater channels 80, 21 and 22. Know the weather 18927 3

24 Before you set off, listen to the weather forecast. Watch out especially15 59 Zone13121HF channel 2182. for unexpected changes in the weather. A knowledge of the predicted Going out 0609 a weather conditions will help you decide where the safest and most 89Inch your way out to the action. Hold station as it takes time to get38 22 sheltered spots are.Exmouth Volunteer Sea Rescue Group monitor the above marine 1 45 E X M O U T Hyour bearings and pick up the rhythm of the waves. When you173channels between 0800 - 1800 hours Saturday, Sunday and

Public Holidays. JURABI POINT see that opening - don't hang around. Once committed though, 18212 Know the area tough it out. Never back out halfway through.

Most local anglers, sea rescue groups, police or bait sellers are willing11In case of any emergency, the above channels are monitored by to point out local hazards, sheltered fishing spots or where to seek ParkIf a big wave does rear up, get the boat's bow up fast and hit the 12413 21 204139 base stations situated throughout the town of Exmouth. 17627 30 shelter from squalls or sudden changes in weather.27 21wave at an angle of about 10 degrees off head on with plenty of 18424In addition, a 24 hour monitoring station is manned at the 84throttle. Back off the throttle when through and work out your63 Ningaloo Marine Park BoundaryNingaloo Marine Park Boundary60 192

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Harold E. Holt Naval Communication Station, courtesy of 23 29 2104 Inform others approach to the next wave.

Always inform someone responsible as to where you are going and 08 242553’ 53’Australian Protective Services personnel. 3938 59 15 19 19 when you will return. Even if the fish are biting, stick to your plan. Look for the lowest point of the wave and be prepared.149 9715 28

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00 106 143CALM officers at Milyering Centre monitor channels 27.88 and 27.90 during office hours Monday to Sunday for emergencies only.

125 If an accident does occur, the time taken for rescue is vital. Remember the correct angle of approach. 102193 17 49 5482

2818 1 Jurabi9 21422129 08LEGEND68 Be careful when applying power in frothy waves as cavitation and10 3Fl R 3s Know your boat69 7711 Harold E Holt Naval19 2 1524 6 161Please be warned that the 27MHz band is extremely difficult to loss of power may occur. If so, back off throttle until cavitation

stops and reapply power gradually. 0959 24109 Is the boat suitable for where you plan to go?

Does it have enough buoyancy? 65 Communication Station051524 Marsh and swamplandpick up on the west coast of North West Cape due to Cape Range. 129 58

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22115 5.0 Railway, Clearance height, Bridge Is the outboard reliable? Is there enough fuel for the trip and any49 Coming in Water Tower 26m Tower (R. Lt)51 97 22unforeseen change in plans?36 09 13 Clearance height, Overhead powerline07 19

Know what stage the tide is at. Observe the reef for a while from a safe vantage point, to get your

28 29 2341 17 Do I have the correct safety equipment and is it in good condition?26 126126 09 29 River 71Do I know how to use it?54 Fl G 3s Fl R 3s29 20526 bearings.Major road162 17715 Study the waves and the way they are breaking.2 2046 Minor road31 SAFETY EQUIPMENT 3211 25 Fl G 3s18 14

Ensure your boat is trimmed to run bow up and be as ready to22 Fl R 3s 06 8957 26 Track36 2 slow down as you are to accelerate.54’ 54’21 13 Minimum safety equipment requirements2 21 14 All persons on board should be on the floor along the centerline 19 186F Bu 5M Medical facility, Building F Bu 5M Mean high water

2281 821 Up to 5 nautical miles offshore2 2 28 11 wearing lifejackets.16 2 218 G U L FFl G 3s Always concentrate on keeping your boat on the back of the wave.- bilge pump or bailer or bucket. 7 10531 Mean low waterFl R 3s24 2828

Avoid surfing at all costs.24 - approved anchor and sufficient line.Ningaloo Marine Park 19 Datum mark Never get side on in the impact zone.23 16 Fl G 3s 94- fire extinguisher for boats with inboard motors, or liquid16 Fl R 3s Cliff051923 or gas filled appliances. Coastal Rock shoreline1511 - suitable sized life jackets: Solas, Coastal or33 WARNING 3909 09 21Sand drift, Anchoring prohibited2 Fl R 3s Australian Standard AS1512.1913 2B Fl G 3s YOU ARE IN A TROPICAL CYCLONE REGION 12895GPS validation point, Helipad, Groyne - 2 hand held red flares or 2 parachute distress rockets.18 28 18 11 The northwest of Western Australia experiences more severe

cyclones than any other part of the Australian coastline and is one 38

G Car parking, Over-beach launching - 2 hand held orange smoke signals or 1 smoke canister. Numerous Towers 79 20Tantabiddi 2021 17 2Bu57 Boat ramp, Tide rips Beyond 5 nautical miles offshore of the most cyclone-prone coasts anywhere in the world. 28 1712721° 21°152 Parking for boats / trailers 919 4 The cyclone season extends from November through to April,

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The above items as well as - 2 parachute distress flares and a07 Mangroves, Foul ground, Marine farm29 2 way Marine Band Radio.555’ 55'See Inset2 For further information refer to the Bureau of Meteorology publicationWater, Fuel, Jetty, Safe anchorage05 EPIRB'S are required to be carried if you go more than "Tropical Cyclones - a guide for mariners in Northwest Australia". SS Telephone, Public toilet22 Tower 78 10923 Exposed wreck, Submerged wreck 2 nautical miles offshore.13 19 Hazardous submerged reef2 12 20215 Reef which covers and uncovers 13228 31 1708 13EXMOUTHCoral reef / outcrop, Breakers08 91 181

192 189Park Rock awash, Underwater rock1724 25 0652 05 Sounding above Datum27 Department of Environment and Conservation 181 04 93 Danger line14 19 23 79Department of Fisheries2m contour1 16 34 Building1291 1 395m contour (Golf ball) 1139 15 GOVERNMENT OF 163 194127 (conspic)10m contour13 9WESTERN AUSTRALIA4

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09 Approximate contour NINGALOO MARINE PARK and11 0405 Submarine cable MUIRON ISLANDS MARINE MANAGEMENT AREA31 1402 SPACEAnchorage area, No anchorage area 2718 013 Ningaloo Reef is the largest fringing coral reef in Australia, Coastal dunes are easily degraded. Please use tracks04 187No fishing, Pilot boarding location 8622 0603 extending over more than 300 kilometres of coastline, and provided for coastal access and reduce tyre pressure whenSpeed limit boundary03 109enclosing a shallow lagoon on the western side of Cape driving on soft sand. To protect wildlife, the maximum vehicle07 Water skiing boundary03 22 Range. Temperate and tropical currents converge in the speed within parks is 80 kph and night driving should beProhibited area boundary 0807 Various limits Ningaloo region, resulting in highly diverse marine life avoided.2 163458 0205 33 including spectacular coral reefs, abundant fishes and species Driving on beaches damages turtle nests and disturbsCape Range Port Authority / Harbour boundary WARNE 9108 with special conservation significance such as turtles, whale hatchlings. Strong torch lights on the beach at night will also Town BeachRecommended track15 ST04 19433sharks, dugongs, whales, dolphins and seabirds. disturb nesting turtles and hatchlings.Outfall 14701 07 National Park36 Dredged area boundary 57'57' Seasonal aggregations of whale sharks, manta rays, sea Exmouth Gulf Island Reserves 23Restricted area / Sensitive area01 12 turtles and whales as well as the annual mass spawning of Please abide by management regulations and signage. The31 Marine protected areaMangrove0503 coral provide unique opportunities for visitors to observe island reserves of Exmouth Gulf contain arid zone flora and 3518 marine fauna. Other nature based activities to enjoy include endemic flora that are extremely vulnerable to fire and human05 22 16415RELIABILITY DIAGRAM04 boating, fishing, diving and snorkelling. disturbance. Be self sufficient in all your needs whilst visiting 5 Knots21° 45' 12" S 86 12613

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SPACEArea. These marine reserves are managed for multiple uses 68 176250 EZB CORALS are fragile life forms. Hard corals have only a thinIndicates and include a range of management zones, such asBird Observation veneer of tissue covering a limestone skeleton. They areSafe water, isolated danger01 4 58'58' safe water sanctuary zones, conservation areas, special purpose zones, easily damaged by touching. To protect all corals from anchor 91Zone to the South 144South recreation zones and general use zones.Mangrove damage, anchor in sand away from reef areas andSpar buoy, port, starboard02 01 Indicates03 bommies. Avoid touching or standing on corals when diving

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