Queensland boat owners are increasingly being over-charged and under-serviced.

Local and state governments recently have proven themselves to be the worst offenders.

The only way that boat owners are going to receive more equitable treatment is if people like you are prepared to put up their hand. Get involved.

It doesn’t cost you money – you’re shelling out enough already.

Simply register by filling in the form and we’ll keep you in the loop. Likewise, we’ll take up issues which you believe are important.



Explanation of form:

Address: So we can drop you a note if your email bounces, or identify your local politicians, or organise activities with fellow boat owners in your area.

Phone: So we can give you a call if we need further info about a matter you raise, if there appears to be an issue with your email address, to advise you of a change of event time or function – simply stuff like that. We won’t annoy you.

Message: Anything you want to raise with us such as a shortage of facilities in your local area.

Boat Description: For example, a 4 metre tinnie, a six metre fibreglass runabout.



" Change will not come if we wait for some other person,
or if we wait for some other time. We are the ones we've been waiting for."

- Barack Obama



This is your opportunity to raise new issues which you think are important.

Simply drop us an email. Summarise the issue in one or two sentences and then provide additional information as appropriate.

Comments should be accurate, to the point, courteous and with due care to basic spelling and grammar (i.e. no text short forms).

Make sure you include your full name, phone number, email address and residential address.

The total size of attachments (photos, pdf files etc should not be more than 2 Mb in size.)

(Your email address, residential address and phone number will not be published on this web site).

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