Use of Bird Scaring Lines - Australian Government

Description

You will be required to use approved bird scaring lines if you intend to conduct auto-longline fishing within Australian waters. Bird scaring lines, also known as tori lines, are a method used to reduce seabird deaths often linked to longline fishing.

Bird scaring lines consist of visual barriers (streamers) that are placed along an auto-longline to deter birds from hunting within dangerous proximity of your fishing activity.

Please consult the Contact Officer for more information.

Service type

Advisory Material

Advisory material provides advice and guidance in undertaking a business.

Act(s) name

Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 Australian Government

Administering agency

Australian Fisheries Management Authority

Contact details

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General Enquiries

Australian Fisheries Management Authority

Operating address: Level 3
15 Lancaster Place
Majura, Australian Capital Territory 2609
Mailing address: PO BOX 7051
Canberra BC, Australian Capital Territory 2610
Phone: 02 6225 5555
Phone: 1300 723 621
Fax: 02 6225 5500
Email: info@afma.gov.au
Website: Australian Fisheries Management Authority (Opens in new window)