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Drone photography 4-Apr-2018 At 10:00:55 AM gfdonc
On 3-Apr-2018 Rockwalker wrote:
>PV website seems pretty clear - Flying them on PV land is banned. Now
>be sensible - it MUST mean flying them above the PV managed land right.

No - reread the thread above for clarification.

>(4) No one leading on their limit wants to be accidentally bumped by an
>out of control drone

Are you suggesting drone flyers at Arapiles are buzzing climbers that closely?
In which case yes it would be illegal as well as potentially dangerous. CASA mandates a 30m minimum distance.

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