Consultation closed Sunday 18 June
About the CRIS
The 2023-24 Budget CRIS provides information on the application of cost recovery activities, including financial and non-financial performance measures. It contains financial estimates for the current budget (2023-24), and three forward-year estimates (2024-25 to 2026-27).
The CRIS provides information on how we implement existing cost recovery for the provision of a range of services under the Navigation Act 2012 , Shipping Registration Act 1981, Marine Safety (Domestic Commercial Vessel) National Law Act 2012, and other Acts.
AMSA recovers costs through cost-recovered levies and fees for the:
- provision of maritime navigational infrastructure and regulation to support safe ship navigation in Australian waters (excluding within port boundaries)
- environmental marine protection, prevention, and combativeness
- seafarer and ship safety (primarily under the Navigation Act 2012)
- ship registration under Shipping Registration Act 1981
- marine services under the Navigation Act 2012 and
- domestic commercial vessel safety marine services (National Law fees).
The current 2022-23 fees for the various services are visible on our website.
This CRIS does not cover domestic commercial vessel safety regulatory activities, currently funded by a combination of Commonwealth government funding and contributions from state government jurisdictions.
Please note, this consultation relates only to existing cost-recovery charges for 2023-24. An independent review of service delivery, operating costs, and funding options of the National System is currently underway. The National Law Review will provide separate opportunities for public consultation.
You can make a submission using AMSA’s online feedback system.
You are invited to provide feedback and comments on the consultative 2023-24 Budget CRIS, as well as existing cost recovery arrangements.
Feedback received via this consultation will be published in a consultation report on our website prior to 1 July 2023.
The final CRIS will also be published on AMSA’s website prior to 1 July 2023.
When does the consultation close?
28 May 2023
- Consultation opens
18 June 2023
- Consultation closed