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There are rules that say how low aircraft can fly. Flying below the minimum height might be breaking the law.
Unless an aircraft has permission, it cannot fly:
If you think an aircraft is flying at an unsafe height, report it to the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) using their online form for Low flying aircraft complaints.
You can also report to CASA any operations, people or organisations putting aviation safety at risk.
Issues might include:
To report a matter, you can:
All aviation accidents and incidents, no matter how minor, must be reported to the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB). They are Australia's independent investigator of civil aviation accidents, incidents and safety issues.
To report an accident or incident, you can:
The ATSB also operates a confidential reporting scheme known as REPCON. You can tell the ATSB about safety concerns with assurance they will protect your identity.
To report safety concerns to REPCON, you can:
Note: REPCON is not an alternative to complying with any mandatory reporting obligations under Australian law.