Fishing in the Wetlands

Many people have asked regarding people fishing in the wetlands.  This question was posed to council and their response can be seen below:

Thank you for contacting us regarding this issue. We have received other complaints regarding this issue in other wetlands as well.

It is not illegal to fish in wetlands according to state legislation as long as the fisher is in possession of a fishing licence and is doing so in the correct manner. If you suspect that someone is fishing illegally, you can report it to Fisheries Victoria: http://agriculture.vic.gov.au/fisheries/enforcement/13fish-intelligence-reporting-line  

Guest Sign in Policy will be implemented from 20th June 2016

From Monday the 20th of June 2016 ALL residents must sign in any guest they bring into the facility.

The sign in book will be located next to the security guards table in the main foyer.

This has come about due to certain residents abusing the guest access rule for Club Alamanda.

Please note that the guest policy is one (1) guest per household (property).

Guests who are at the Club must be accompanied by an inducted Alamanda Resident at all times.

 

All exercise classes are for Alamanda Residents only.  Guests are not permitted to attend these classes.

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