Arriving from the south, track to the VFR approach point of Boatyard on the coast.
Be aware of restricted area R162, which has a lower limit of 6000ft. This area is activated by NOTAM and may be active at any time. Plan your descent well ahead to remain clear or contact Pearce Centre 123.3 prior to the boundary for clearance, as a transit of R162 may be available above 6000ft.
You could also be transiting through danger area D104 (A, B and C), the flying training area associated with Jandakot, Serpentine and Murrayfield airports. Heavy concentrations of aircraft are likely, so keep a good lookout.
The Perth CTA steps start up to 8nm south of Jandakot which can be identified by the Casuarina Prison marked on the visual terminal chart (VTC). The step starts at 3500ft but reduces again to 2500ft and 2000ft just before Boatyard, so plan to be at 1500ft before arriving at Boatyard.
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After listening to the ATIS, contact Jandakot Tower 118.1 at Boatyard with your inbound call.
Pilot on 118.1: ‘Jandakot Tower, (callsign), (type), Boatyard 1500ft, Received (ATIS), inbound’
ATC: ‘(callsign), Jandakot Tower, [instruction]’
If given instruction from Tower – Pilot: ‘(Read back instruction), (callsign)’
Note: Once you have established two-way communication with the tower, this is your implied clearance into the class D control zone.
If radio congestion precludes this call at Boatyard from being made, you do not have an airways clearance and must not enter the control zone.
When able, contact the tower again once you are re-established at the inbound approach point of Boatyard.
From Boatyard, track to Adventure World, maintaining 1500ft.
Keep a good lookout for converging traffic from your left arriving from the Powerhouse approach point, also heading for Adventure World. Be aware, also, of any departing aircraft tracking to the south via Yangebup Lake and Lake Thomson or to the north-west via Fremantle Golf Course.
Adventure World is located on the western shore of Bibra Lake, the most northern of the three larger lakes (Thompson, Yangebup and Bibra). The western shore of Bibra Lake is the Jandakot control zone boundary. Note: Bibra Lake is not round, but kidney-shaped and aligned north-south.
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You are required to report again at Adventure World.
If radio congestion precludes this call at Adventure World from being made, you may proceed into the zone, but contact tower as soon as possible for further instructions.
Remember, if ATC has issued you with a requirement to maintain 1500ft, you may not descend until you have been given a separate clearance to do so.
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Follow ATC instructions for joining the circuit.
No taxi clearance required. Monitor Ground on 119.8MHz.
Taxi clearance from Ground required before entering this area.
Specific clearance required from ATC before entering this area.
An area on the aerodrome intend to accommodate aircraft for the purpose of loading or unloading passengers, cargo, fueling, parking or maintenance.
That part of the aerodrome to be used for take-off, landing and taxiing aircraft, <strong>excluding</strong> aprons.
That part of the aerodrome to be used for take-off, landing and taxiing aircraft, consisting of the manoeuvring area and the apron.