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Shark hazard mitigation strategies.
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Report shark sightings to
water police on 9442 8600
Most of us have a routine before we go to the beach. We might check the weather, pack a bag and put on sunscreen. Now you can be Sharksmart by checking the latest reported sightings and tagged shark detections before you hit the water. Check Now
Consultation for SMART drumline trial and satellite-linked receiver locationsTHE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT SEEKS YOUR VIEWS ON THE LOCATION FOR THE NON-LETHAL SMART DRUMLINE TRIAL AND DEPLOYMENT OF SATELLITE-LINKED (VR4G) ACOUSTIC RECEIVERS IN THE SOUTH-WEST.
Public consultation will be conducted between Thursday 13 September and Wednesday 10 October 2018.
Shark Deterrent RebateThe Western Australian Government is offering a rebate of $200 to Western Australian residents that purchase an approved personal shark deterrent device.
Rebates are available to eligible applicants when purchasing an approved device at a registered retailer.
Beach Emergency NumbersTHE BEACH EMERGENCY NUMBERS (BEN) SYSTEM – IS A CODING SYSTEM THAT AIMS TO IMPROVE EMERGENCY RESPONSE TIMES BY INSTALLING SIGNS WITH UNIQUE CODES AT PUBLIC BEACH ACCESS POINTS.
These signs provide specific location information, vital when emergency services are deployed in the event of a shark sighting, attack or other beach emergencies.
Shark Activity MapThis map shows the latest reported sightings and tagged shark detections from the Shark Monitoring Network.
Click on the pin to show details on the time, date, location and any extra details about the sighting or detection. The page also includes any current alerts and warnings.
New insight into white shark behaviour.
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Detection data from the acoustic receiver arrays.
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