Notice of Low Flying Helicopter- Lower Limestone Coast

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The Limestone Coast Landscape Board wishes to notify residents in the lower Limestone Coast that we will be undertaking saltwater intrusion aerial monitoring from Saturday October 1, 2022 for up to eight days.

Notice of low flying helicopter

The Limestone Coast Landscape Board wishes to notify residents in the localities of Kongorong, Carpenters Rocks, Nene Valley, Blackfellows Cave, Eight Mile Creek, Port MacDonnell, Donovans Landing, Wye and the Glenelg National Park that we will be undertaking saltwater intrusion aerial monitoring from Saturday October 1, 2022 for up to fourteen days.

The low flying helicopter pilots will avoid flying over farmhouses, sheds, and dwellings, keeping a distance of up to 300m away.

Further information can be found by calling the Limestone Coast Landscape Board 8429 7550.

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