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 ======Drones====== ======Drones======
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 Drones can not only provide a lot of fun for recreational purposes, they can also be used in commercial applications and have the possibility to interfere or cause hazards with other aircraft, buildings and equipment. Before using a drone, please visit the [[https://​droneflyer.com.au|Drone Flyer]] website which can provide you information on where and how you can fly your drone. Drones can not only provide a lot of fun for recreational purposes, they can also be used in commercial applications and have the possibility to interfere or cause hazards with other aircraft, buildings and equipment. Before using a drone, please visit the [[https://​droneflyer.com.au|Drone Flyer]] website which can provide you information on where and how you can fly your drone.
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 +===Rules around using Drones===
 +Regardless of if the drone is owned by a commercial entity, [[http://​www.casa.gov.au|CASA’s]] commercial/​recreational classification is based on how the drone is actually operated. For libraries, if a drone was loaned for fun, then the user would need to abide by the [[https://​www.casa.gov.au/​droneflyer|rules for recreational use]], however if the drone was being used for a commercial purpose, they would be subject to the rules and [[https://​www.casa.gov.au/​drones/​rules/​sub2kg|requirements for commercial operation]].
  
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 As of 2018, the following restrictions apply: As of 2018, the following restrictions apply:
   * You can only fly drones during the day and must be within visual sight of yourself with your own eyes   * You can only fly drones during the day and must be within visual sight of yourself with your own eyes
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