The Victorian Regional Channels Authority (VRCA)The Victorian Regional Channels Authority (VRCA) began operations on 1 April 2004. The VRCA was established to manage the commercial navigation of the channels in Geelong port waters and to manage the channel licences for the Port of Hastings and Port of Portland.
The Authority was established by the Victorian Government under the Port Services (Port of Melbourne Reform) Act 2003.
In managing the Geelong channels, the VRCA's key responsibilities include:
management of shipping control
provision of navigation aids
marine environment protection
safety and security
Patrick Sleigh/Port Lincoln
Port Phillip Sea Pilots
Port of Geelong
Port of Hastings
Port of Portland
Port of Melbourne
Department of Infrastructure
Department of Innovation, Industry and Regional Development
Department of Sustainability and Environment
Department of Treasury and Finance
Environment Protection Authority
Marine Safety Victoria
Weather, Water and Recreation
Surf Lifesaving Victoria
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⊜ Level 5, 65 Brougham Street Geelong | Map
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