Code of Conduct


This Code of Conduct is for all members of the Australian Jet Ski Association and must be abided by at all times.

The Australian Jet Ski Association encourages respect for all users of the waterways.

  • Treat all users on the waterway and in Jet Skiing as you would like to be treated yourself.
  • Respect the rights, dignity and worth of all participants, regardless of their ability, gender or cultural background.
  • Be a good role model: be safe, responsible and set a good example outside of organised events, especially when on the water.
  • Act within the laws of the sport at all times.
  • Adhere to the Australian Jet Ski Association Drug & Alcohol Policy by never exceeding the local laws of consumption.
  • Respect other waterways users by adhering to all of the rules and best practice guidelines.
  • Be environmentally conscious and remember those down below need time to get clear distances away.
  • Set high examples to other water users that Jet Skiers are respectful,  courteous, helpful and friendly.
  • Uphold the reputation of our sport even when threatened. Set an example and take the high road.
  • Condemn unsafe behavior and promote respect for all water users


For Parents:

  • Encourage children to participate in a safe and protected environment.
  • Focus upon the child’s enjoyment rather than their capabilities.
  • Encourage your children to follow the rules and respect the decisions of lawmakers and enforcers.
  • Set a good example by avoiding the use of derogatory or abusive language, and never ridicule or scold a child for making a mistake. Visit


The Line – An Australian Government Initiative

Sometimes there’s no argument about where to draw the line – there are some things you should just never do.  Sometimes the line can be blurry.

For more information visit Bullying NO WAY

Social Media

Australian Jet Ski Association encourages participation in online social media in a positive manner.  The accessible nature of the internet however, can lend itself to the posting of threatening and derogatory material in the heat of the moment. Once your thoughts and comments are published to the internet they are visible to the world – and they are permanent.  Australian Jet Ski Association takes all cases of cyber bullying seriously and will treat online matters as it would ‘real world’ bullying or slandering.

Breaching the Code of Conduct or bringing the sport into disrepute at any time can lead to serious consequences, including suspensions and the cancellation of the offender’s Australian Jet Ski Association membership.

If you have questions about what constitutes acceptable content, please contact the AJSA on 07 3151 2037 or



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