NSW Boating, Fishing, Camtas Marine Safety Chart - PORT JACKSON to NEWCASTLE / MC410
PORT JACKSON to NEWCASTLE HARBOUR
LAKE MACQUARIE, TUGGERAH LAKE, BROKEN BAY
Boating, Fishing, Marine Safety Chart - Camtas publication MC410
BONUS WALL CHART Fishermans fish species identification - New South Wales region - reverse side
- Water contours are shades of blue becoming progressively darker as depth increases
- Land contours become progressively darker as height increases
- Natural features, reefs,mangroves, sand types, mud, salt pans and others features are visually realistically depicted
- Grid reference system simplifies identifying positions for boating, fishing and rescue services
- Marine Emergency Search and Rescue contact details for Police and Volunteer Rescue Services phone numbers including radio frequencies monitored are easily located on the chart
- Navigation symbols are clearly explained on the chart without the need for supplementary handbook
- Known information such as names, heights, depths, seabed, GPS marks, obstructions and navigational tracks included
- Satellite positions derived from the WGS1984 datum can be plotted directly onto this chart
- No fishing Zones, officially declared Smooth, Partially smooth, Open waters zones clearly indicated
- Lesser known information such as local knowledge of fishing and diving locations, local common names and information from latest satellite images are included at time of publication
- An affordable chart and perfect gift or reference guide both at home or on holidays
Camtas management has a wealth of practical knowledge, spanning over 65 years of combined personal experiences, naval, yachting, amateur and professional fishing, deep sea and reef scuba diving, underwater photography, ichthyology, marine aquariums, marine rescue and cartography.
Camtas Marine Safety Chart was first published in year 1973 for a local Marine Search & Rescue Group who sought help to create a user friendly grid type search and rescue chart for their local area. New publications have followed due its instant success and numerous requests from similar groups and public.
Areas include places of interest:
NEWCASTLE HARBOUR, HUNTER RIVER ENTRANCE, Boat Harbour, Cruising Yacht Club Marina, Stockton Beach, Northern Breakwall, Southern Breakwall, Nobbys Head Signal Station, Nobbys Beach, Newcastle Beach, NEWCASTLE CITY CENTRE, Stockton Beach,Kooragang Island, South Channel, NEWCASTLE, CHARLESTOWN, Hunter River, Nobbys Head, Newcastle Beach, BeachBar Beach, Merewether Beach, Burwood Beach, Little Red Head, Dudley Beach, DUDLEY, REDHEAD, Redhead Point, WARNERS BAY, Eleebana, Croudace Bay, Marine Rescue Newcastle, Marine Rescue Lake Macquarie, Marine Rescue Toukley, Marine Rescue Norah Head, Marine Rescue The Entrance, Marine Rescue Terrigal, Marine Rescue Broken Bay, Marine Rescue Middle Harbour, Marine Rescue Port Jackson, Lake Macquarie, Moon Island, Nine Mile Beach, BELMONT, Belmont Bay, LAKE MACQUARIE ENTRANCE, SWANSEA BRIDGE, Myuna Bay,Cardiff Point, Fig Tree Point, BLACKSMITHS, Blacksmiths Point, Pulbah Island, SWANSEA, Caves Beach, Point Wolstoncroft, Blacksmiths Point, Bluff Point, Crangran Bay, Spoon Beach, Stinky Point, Spoon Beach, Spoon Rock, Mawson’s Wall, Swansea Bridge, SWANSEA, Mats Point, Reids Mistake Head, Moon Island, Chain Valley Bay, Catherine Hill Bay, Hales Bluff, Flat Island, Snapper Rock, Lake Munmorah, Wybung Head,,DOYALSON, Bird Island, Birdie Beach, DOYALSON, Black Neds Bay, Swansea Heads, Caves Beach, GOROKAN, Budgewol Lake, TOUKLEY, TUGGERAH LAKE, Pelican Island, Terilbah Island, Picnic Point, The Entrance, Tuggerah Beach, Tuggerah Lake, The Entrance North, TASMAN SEA, Norah Head, Pelican Point, Tuggerah Reef, The Entrance, Long Jetty, BATEAU BAY, Crackneck Point, GOSFORD, Wamgeral, Wamberal Point, Brisbane Water, Green Point, TERRIGAL, Broken Head, The Skillion, Bulbararing Bay, AVOCA BEACH, Saratoga, Avoca Lake, First Point, Cape Three Points, Second Point, Third Point, East Reef, West Reef, BROKEN BAY, WOY WOY, Ettalong Beach, Pearl Beach, Box Head, Middle Head, Lion Island, Hawkesbury River, Barrenjoey Head, West Head, PALM BEACH,Pittwater, Dolphin Bay, Careel Head, Bangalley Head, Hole in the Wall, AVALON, CLAREVILLE, Bilgola Head, BILGOLA, NEWPORT, Scotland Island, Little Reef, Bungen Head, Bungen Head, MONA VALE, NARRABEEN, Turimetta Head, Narrabeen Head, Long Reef Point, Long Reef, DEE WHY, Dee Why Head, Curl Curl Head, Manly Rock, MANLY, Blue Fish Point, North Head, South Head, Dunbar Head, PORT JACKSON, BONDI
Fisherman’s Guide to fish species of New South Wales region identifies 222 beautifully illustrated fresh and salt water species: fish, crustaceans and more.
Browse over images and learn names, bag limits, legal sizes, habitat and eating qualities and more.
Species include: Estuary Perch, Silver Perch, Atlantic Salmon, Brook Trout, Longfin Eel, Australian Bass, Golden Perch, Brown Trout, Freshwater Catfish, European Carp, Southern Shortfin Eel, Redfin, Macquarie Perch, Rainbow Trout, Murray Cod, Trout Cod, Bullrout, Goldfish, Tench, Diamondfish, Common Silverbiddy, Longfin Pike, Banded Goatfish, Milkfish, Sailfish, Blue Marlin, Pacific Bonefish, Sergeant Baker, Striped Barracuda, Spangled Perch, Purple Rockcod, Amberjack, Striped Marlin, Spotted Stargazer, Stout Longtom, Jack Mackerel, Painted Grinner, Yellowstripe Leatherjacket, Velvet Leatherjacket , Eastern Red Scorpionfish, Mulloway, Samsonfish, Tomato Rockcod, Mirror Dory, Mosaic Leatherjacket, Silver Dory, Black Marlin, Maori Rockcod, Blacktip Rockcod, Chinaman Rockcod, Swordfish, Spearfish, John Dory, Sixspine Leatherjacket, Longtail Tuna, Bigeye Tuna, Southern Bluefin Tuna, Albacore, Yellowfin Tuna , False Fusilier, Blue Morwong, Bass Groper, Doubleline Fusilier, Spangled Emperor, Murray Crayfish, Eastern Freshwater Crayfish, Freshwater Crayfish (Yabby, Trumpeter Whiting, Banded Rockcod, Red Morwong, Blue-eye Trevalla, Sand Whiting, Blue Weed (Grass) Whiting, Bluespotted Flathead, Stout Whiting, King George Whiting, School Whiting, Tiger Flathead, Bartail Flathead, Southern Sand Flathead, Striped Catfish, Longspine Flathead, Yellowfin Bream, Luderick, Black Bream, Snapper, Estuary Cobbler, Australian Bass, Estuary Perch, Tarwhine, Goldspot Pigfish, Crested Morwong, Blue-barred Parrotfish, Grey Morwong (Rubberlip Morwong), Redfish, Stripey Snapper, Moses Snapper, Reef Ocean Perch, Pearl Perch, Tropical Rocklobster, Eastern Rocklobster, Banded Morwong, Black Stingray, Venus Tuskfish, Jackass Morwong, Slipper Lobster, Bastard Trumpeter, Striped Trumpeter, Purple Tuskfish, Southern Rocklobster, Mako Shark, Gemfish, School Shark, Tiger Shark, Blue Shark, Hapuku, Snubnose Dart, Longfin Perch, Bluestriped Snapper, Hussar, Goldband Snapper, Ruby Snapper, Silver Trevally, Tailor, Swallowtail Dart, Blackspot Snapper, Fiveline Snapper, Golden Trevally, Mangrove Jack, Diamond Trevally, Smallspotted Dart, Giant Trevally, Sea Mullet, Sole, Australian Salmon, Hairtail, Rock Blackfish, Spotted Bigeye, Eastern Sea Garfish, Giant Boarfish, Barracouta, Rock Ling, Flame Snapper, Green Jobfish, Red Gurnard, Comb Wrasse, Rosy Snapper, Eastern King Wrasse, Teraglin, Soldier Crab, Cockles, Abalone, Sydney Rock Oyster, Blue Swimmer Crab, Sea Urchin, Saltwater Nippers, Pipi, Cunjevoi, Commercial Scallop, Balmain Bug, Mud (Black/Mangrove) Crab, Periwinkle, Squid, Blue Mussels, Cuttlefish, Roundface Batfish, Old Wife, Tallfin Flyingfish, Spanish Mackerel, Spotted Mackerel, Rainbow Runner, Australian Bonito, Frigate Mackerel, Blue Drummer, Elegant Wrasse, School Mackerel, Mahi Mahi, Blue Groper (Red, Brown Groper), Crimsonband Wrasse, Ballina Angelfish, Black Cod, Southern Bluefin Tuna, Eastern Blue Devilfish, Goldspotted (Estuary) Rockcod, Green Sawfish, Herbsts Nurse Shark, Wirrah, Red Emperor, Grey Nurse Shark, Comet Grouper, Highfin Grouper, Banded Wobbegong, Queensland Groper, Great White Shark, Brassy Drummer, Silver Drummer, Bluefish, Black Rabbitfish (Happy Moments), Starry Triggerfish, Striped Scat, Australian Sawtail, Stripey, Fourline Striped Grunter, Silver Sweep, Bluespine Unicornfish, Sea Sweep
Available in 3 variants
- Premium 170gsm paper supplied with plastic sleeve
- LAMINATED both sides with premium grade 80 um plastic film to ensure product has long life, permanently WATERPROOF and resilient to damage. Marine chart side has non- reflective matte finish laminate specially formulated in manufacture of surface to allow navigators the benefit of being able to DRAW ON THE SURFACE WITH PENCIL OR INK. Pencil and most inks easily removed with eraser, permanent ink with mentholated spirit. Supplied with plastic sleeve
- Premium 170gsm paper folded into A4 size plastic wallet