I have been researching regulations for tow in surfing in Victoria, and have so far come up with nothing. I notice NSW and WA have a actual code of conduct. I plan on having everything on there but is there actually something legally to stipulate it?
This is the NSW version

Tow-in surfing conditions (NSW Waterways)
Note: An observer MUST be carried on a PWC engaged in tow-in surfing activities UNLESS there is full compliance with EACH of the following conditions.
1. There must be no paddle surfers in the area
2. The PWC operator must:
a) Have a current PWC licence
b) Have a current First Aid Certificate
c) Have attended any course or passed any examination required by NSW Maritime
d) Tow only one person at a time
e) Wear an appropriate lifejacket all times
f) Carry dive fins and a safety knife on their person
g) Give right of way to all other boating or ocean recreation activities
h) Remain at least 200m from all other craft/swimmers etc
3. The PWC operator must ensure that the PWC is equipped with:
a) A rescue sled - minimum of .9m wide, 1.2m long and 7cm thick, with a minimum of 5 grip handles, 2 on the port side, 2 on the starboard size and 1 at the bow of the sled. The sled is not to exceed the load capacity recommended by the manufacturer.
b) Tow kill switch lanyards - one worn on the wrist of the PWC operator and a second kill switch lanyard wrapped around the handlebars of the PWC
c) A two-way communication device (note: International Distress Phone Number from mobile phone is 000 or 112)
d) A toolkit
e) A torch
f) A quick release floating tow rope with a minimum length of 7m (23 ft)
g) A bow tow-line with a minimum length of 7m (23 ft)
4. The person being towed must
a) have a current PWC licence
b) have a current First Aid Certificate
c) Wear an appropriate lifejacket suitable for tow-in surfing
d) Have attended any course or passed any examination required by NSW Maritime


Thanks..