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Even though shark encounters are rare, here are some common sense tips to help reduce the risk of one happening.
Shark Deterrent Rebate03 May 2017
The Western Australian Government is offering a rebate of $200 to Western Australian residents that purchase an approved personal shark deterrent device.
The trial subsidy, which began on 26 May 2017, was originally for 1,000 devices, but given the popularity of the program, funding was doubled on 26 November 2017 to allow for an additional 1,000 rebates.
Rebates will be available when purchasing a shark deterrent that has been approved by the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, following independent testing.
Retailers of approved deterrents must first register with the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development. The rebate will then be applied at point of sale by the registered retailer.
There are several commercially available shark deterrent products but only those that have been approved by the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development are eligible for the rebate.
It is the intention of the Western Australian Government to add additional products to the Shark Deterrent Rebate when suitable products have been tested and verified.
It is recommended that those interested in purchasing an approved device review the specifications carefully to ensure it is suitable for their desired use.
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