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Tuesday, 6 December 1983
Page: 3348

Question No. 696


Mr Snow asked the Minister for Transport, upon notice, on 2 November 1983:

(1) How many man hours were spent on operation and maintenance at the (a) Cape Liptrap, (b) Split Point, (c) Cape Sorell and (d) Hogan Island Lightstations in 1981-82.

(2) In 1981-82 (a) how many hours of helicopter time were required to transport men and materials to each station, (b) what sum was spent on travelling allowances for departmental staff visiting each station and (c) what was the value of materials including electricity and fuel used at each station.


Mr Peter Morris —The answer to the honourable member's question is as follows:

(1) and (2)

Man Helo *Other

hours time Material expenses

$ $ Cape Liptrap 127 Nil 475 1,560 Split Point 33 Nil 80 1,090 Cape Sorell 105 8 hrs 1,860 1,820 Hogan Island 100 *N/A 900 1,000

* Other expenses including travelling allowances, electricity-fuel costs and telephone charges which are not separately identifiable.

* Helicopter time at Hogan Island not separately identifiable as helicopter usage was in conjunction with regular mail and stores flights to Wilsons Promontory and Deal Island.