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No. 61 3587




THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE

www.governmentgazette.sa.gov.au




PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

ALL PUBLIC ACTS appearing in this GAZETTE are to be considered official, and obeyed as such


ADELAIDE, THURSDAY, 25 AUGUST 2011



CONTENTS


Page

Appointments, Resignations, Etc. 3588

Associations Incorporation Act 1985—Notice 3588

Brands Act 1933—

Fourth Quarter 3589

Corporations and District Councils—Notices 3879

Development Act 1993—Notices 3599

Environmental Protection Act 1993—Notice 3601

Fisheries Management Act 2007—Notices 3601

Genetically Modified Crops Management Act 2004—

Notice 3602

Geographical Names Act 1991—Notices 3604

Housing Improvement Act 1940—Addendum 3607

Land Acquisition Act 1969—Notice 3608

Liquor Licensing Act 1997—Notices 3608

Local Government (Financial Management)

Regulations 2011—Notices 3608

Mount Gambier Circuit Court—Notice 3618

National Gas Law—Notice 3609

Partnership Act 1891—Notice 3883

Petroleum and Geothermal Energy Act 2000—
Notices 3610

Port Augusta Circuit Court—Notice 3618

Proclamations 3624

Proof of Sunrise and Sunset Act 1923—

Almanac 3616

Public Trustee Office—Administration of Estates 3883

Road Traffic Act 1961—Notice 3617

Sale of Property 3883

Page

REGULATIONS

Public Corporations Act 1993


(No. 201 of 2011) 3628

Community Titles Act 1996

(No. 202 of 2011) 3638

Security and Investigation Agents Act 1995

(No. 203 of 2011) 3659

Subordinate Legislation Act 1978

(No. 204 of 2011) 3693

Births, Deaths and Marriages Registration Act 1996

(No. 205 of 2011) 3698

Criminal Law Consolidation Act 1935

(No. 206 of 2011) 3705

Trustee Act 1936

(No. 207 of 2011) 3716

Explosives Act 1936

(No. 208 of 2011) 3719

Expiation of Offences Act 1996

(No. 209 of 2011) 3818

Waterworks Act 1932

(No. 210 of 2011) 3827

Sewerage Act 1929

(No. 211 of 2011) 3853

South Australian Local Government Grants Commission

Act 1992—Notice 3618

Wilderness Protection Regulations 2006—Notice 3619

Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1986—

Notice 3620





GOVERNMENT GAZETTE NOTICES

ALL poundkeepers’ and private advertisements forwarded for publication in the South Australian Government Gazette must be PAID FOR PRIOR TO INSERTION; and all notices, from whatever source, should be legibly written on one side of the paper only and sent to Government Publishing SA so as to be received no later


than 4 p.m. on the Tuesday preceding the day of publication. Phone 8207 1045 or Fax 8207 1040. E-mail:
governmentgazette@dpc.sa.gov.au. Send as attachments in Word format and please confirm your transmission with a faxed copy of your document, including the date the notice is to be published and to whom the notice will be charged. The Government Gazette is available online at: www.governmentgazette.sa.gov.au


Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 25 August 2011

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned to the State Opera of South Australia Board, pursuant to the provisions of the State Opera of South Australia Act 1976:

Member: (from 25 August 2011 until 24 August 2014)

Jan Wilson

Christine Rothauser

By command,

Russell Paul Wortley, for Premier

ASACAB016/02

Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 25 August 2011

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned to the Controlled Substances Advisory Council, pursuant to the provisions of the Controlled Substances Act 1984:

Member: (from 30 August 2011 until 29 August 2013)

Simone Maria Cormack

Presiding Member: (from 30 August 2011 until 29 August 2013)

Simone Maria Cormack

Deputy Member: (from 30 August 2011 until 29 August 2013)

Stephen Morris (Deputy to Cormack)

By command,



Russell Paul Wortley, for Premier

HEAC-2011-00048

Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 25 August 2011

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned to the State Emergency Management Committee, pursuant to the provisions of the Emergency Management Act 2004:

Member: (from 25 August 2011 until 30 June 2014)

Scott William Ashby

Wendy Ann Campana

Raymond Paul Creen

Joslene Mazel

John Frederick Ringham

Brett Gregory Rowse

David Wayne Swan

Deputy Member: (from 25 August 2011 until 30 June 2014)

Karen Michelle Braunack (Deputy to Creen)

Veronica Margaret Faggotter (Deputy to Mazel)

Andrew William Johnson (Deputy to Ashby)

Pauline Koritsa (Deputy to Campana)

Stuart Andrew Lawson (Deputy to Nettleton)

Sandra Joy Pitcher (Deputy to Hallion)

James Philip Rishworth (Deputy to Ringham)

Valerie Ann Smyth (Deputy to Swan)

Andrew Phillip Thompson (Deputy to Rowse)

By command,



Russell Paul Wortley, for Premier

DPC11/034CS

Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 25 August 2011

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the Honourable John James Snelling, MP, Treasurer, Minister for Employment, Training and Further Education and Minister for Workers Rehabilitation to be also Acting Minister for Recreation, Sport and Racing, Acting Minister for Road Safety, Acting Minister for Veterans’ Affairs and Acting Minister Assisting the Premier with South Australia’s Strategic Plan for the period from 1 September 2011 to 4 September 2011 inclusive, during the absence of the Honourable Thomas Richard Kenyon, MP.

By command,



Russell Paul Wortley, for Premier

MRSR11/007CS

Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 25 August 2011

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the Honourable Justice Margaret Jean Nyland, a Puisne Judge of the Supreme Court of South Australia as Acting Chief Justice for the period commencing on 30 August 2011 and expiring on 25 September 2011, pursuant to Section 10 of the Supreme Court Act 1935.

By command,



Russell Paul Wortley, for Premier

AGO0070/03CS


ASSOCIATIONS INCORPORATION ACT 1985

Order Pursuant to Section 42 (2)

Dissolution of Association

WHEREAS the Corporate Affairs Commission (‘the Commis-sion’), pursuant to Section 42 (1) of the Associations Incor-


poration Act 1985 (‘the Act’), is of the opinion that the undertaking or operations of Royal District Nursing Service of SA Incorporated (‘the Association’) being an incorporated association under the Act are being carried on, or would more appropriately be carried on by a company limited by guarantee incorporated under the Corporations Act 2001 (Commonwealth) and whereas the Commission was on 3 August 2011, requested by the Association to transfer its undertaking to Royal District Nursing Service of SA Limited (ACN 151 858 025), the Commission, pursuant to Section 42 (2) of the Act does hereby order that on 31 August 2011, the Association will be dissolved, the property of the Association becomes the property of Royal District Service of SA Limited and the rights and liabilities of the Association become the rights and liabilities of Royal District Service of SA Limited.

Given under the seal of the Commission at Adelaide, 19 August 2011.



K. L. Rodger, a Delegate of the Corporate Affairs Commission

































DEVELOPMENT ACT 1993

Planning Strategy for South Australia—Alterations

PURSUANT to Section 22 (5) (c) of the Development Act 1993,


I declare that:

1. An alteration has been made to the ‘Planning Strategy—Regional South Australia, January 2003’ by deleting Chapter 11 titled ‘South East Planning and Development Area’ including Figure 14 and pages 117-128 inclusive.

2. An alteration has been made to the Planning Strategy for the purposes of Section 22 by creating a new volume of the strategy titled ‘Limestone Coast Region Plan, August 2011’.

Copies of the Limestone Coast Region Plan are available for inspection and purchase at the Department of Planning and Local Government, Level 5, Roma Mitchell House, 136 North Terrace, Adelaide.

Copies are also available for inspection on the Internet:

www.planning.sa.gov.au/go/limestone-coast-plan

Dated 16 August 2011.



John Rau, Deputy Premier, Minister for Urban Development, Planning and the City of Adelaide

DEVELOPMENT ACT 1993, SECTION 48: DECISION BY THE PRESIDING MEMBER OF DEVELOPMENT ASSESSMENT COMMISSION AS DELEGATE OF THE GOVERNOR



Preamble

1. The decision by the Governor under Section 48 of the Development Act 1993, to approve the development of an Organics Waste Treatment and Recycling Research Facility at Buckland Park was published in the Government Gazette on


5 December 2003.

2. The development was the subject of a Public Environmental Report and an Assessment Report under Sections 46 and 46C of the Development Act 1993.

3. Seven amendments to the development approval were subsequently considered and approved by the Development Assessment Commission as delegate of the Governor, and published in the Government Gazette on 29 April 2004, 6 May 2004, 27 May 2004, 13 January 2005, 9 June 2005, 23 June 2005 and 12 October 2006.

4. A further amendment to the development approval has been under consideration by the Presiding Member of the Development Assessment Commission as delegate of the Governor under Division 2 or Part 4 of the Development Act.

5. The amendment to the development is contained in a letter dated 25 May 2011, from Lachlan Jeffries of the Jeffries Group and relates to the temporary increase in tonnage received of green waste at Buckland Park from 150 000 tonnes to 165 000 tonnes.

6. The Presiding Member of the Development Assessment Commission is satisfied that the amendment does not require the preparation of a further or amended Public Environmental Report.

7. The Presiding Member of the Development Assessment Commission has, in considering the matter, had regard to all relevant matters under Section 48 (5) of the Development Act 1993.

Decision

PURSUANT to Section 48 of the Development Act 1993, the Development Assessment Commission, as delegate of the Governor granted provisional development authorisation to the amended Organics Waste Treatment and Recycling Research Facility at Buckland Park, subject to the conditions and Notes to the Applicant below:



(a) reserve a decision on the following pursuant to Section 48 (6):

(i) Construction of the bulkfill (subgrade) for future windrow areas using Calsilt.



Conditions of Approval

1. The Organics Waste Treatment and Recycling Research Facility, Buckland Park shall be undertaken in accordance with:



(a) the following documents and drawings as they relate to the Organics Waste Treatment and Recycling Research Facility, Buckland Park:

Documents

(i) the Public Environmental Report prepared by Jeffries Garden Soils dated January 2003;

(ii) the Response Document prepared by Jeffries Garden Soils dated May 2003;

(iii) Environmental Management Plan for a Resource Organics Resource Centre at Buckland Park, prepared by Rodenburg Davey & Associates Pty Ltd, dated 6 August 2003, Revision 1 (enclosing final drawings);

(iv) the letter from Finlaysons Lawyers, titled Jeffries Organics Recycling Facility Proposal—Final Development Application, dated 26 September 2003;

(v) the Assessment Report prepared by the Minister for Urban Development and Planning dated November 2003;

(vi) the letter from Jeffries Garden Soils dated 21 March 2004;

  (vii) the letter from Jeffries Garden Soils dated 5 April 2004;

 (viii) the letter from Rodenburg Davey & Associates Pty Ltd dated 14 April 2004;

(ix) the letter from Rodenburg Davey & Associates Pty Ltd dated 15 April 2004;

(x) the letter from Rodenburg Davey & Associates dated 28 April 2004,

(xi) the letter from Lachlan Jeffries of Jeffries Group dated 4 March 2004;

  (xii) the letter from Lachlan Jeffries dated 24 May 2004;

 (xiii) the email from Rob Rodenburg of 1 July 2004 (enclosing revised EMP 27 May 2004, revision 2);

  (xiv) the letter from Lachlan Jeffries of Jeffries Group dated 12 May 2005;

  (xv) the letter from Lachlan Jeffries of Jeffries Group dated 25 February 2005;

  (xvi) the letter from Lachlan Jeffries of Jeffries Group dated 21 June 2006;

 (xvii) the email from Paul Bowden dated 30 August 2006 and attached Figure 13.1 (Surface Drainage Details);

(xviii) the letter from Lachlan Jeffries of Jeffries Group on 25 May 2011.

Drawings:

(i) Drawing Titled: Jeffries Group Recycled Organics Resource Centre at Buckland Park, SA, Drawing Number: AEV318-C-SK-008 (dated 29 September 2003).

(ii) Drawing Titled: Jeffries Group Recycled Organics Resource Centre at Buckland Park, Overall Layout Plan, Drawing Number: AEV402-C-DWG-050 (dated 20 May 2004).

2. The quantity of feedstock to be received or processed at the site shall not exceed 150 000 tonnes per annum.

3. For the Financial Year 2011-2012 to quantity of feedstock to be received or processed at the site shall not exceed 165 000 tonnes per annum.

4. The raw materials for composting shall comprise green organics (foliage, grass cuttings, prunings and branches), saw dust, timber (pallets, boxes), and wet organics (processed grease trap residue, street sweepings) unless otherwise prescribed under the provisions of an Environmental Management Plan prepared and amended (as approved by the EPA) pursuant to this development approval.

5. All incoming feedstock material shall be unloaded, stored and processed (screened and shredded) at Jeffries Wingfield site before being transferred to Buckland Park by covered truck in Stage 1.

6. All incoming feedstock (unprocessed) shall be unloaded, stored and processed in the receival shed at Buckland Park in Stage 2 within 24 hours of being received.

7. The construction of the processing areas (windrowing and final product), wheel wash bay area and surface water storage area shall be to the specifications listed in the ‘Environmental Management Plan for a Recycled Organics Resource Centre at Buckland Park, dated 21 August 2003, Revision 2’.

8. The construction of all stages for the windrowing areas and wastewater areas shall be to Level 1 Supervision as set out in Australian Standard 3798-1996. Daily logs and final supervision report shall be forwarded to the Environment Protection Authority.

9. A minimum of 1 m separation distance shall be maintained between the groundwater level and the underside of all liners on the site.

10. The location and decommission status of old wells located on the site shall be confirmed and the operational wells decommissioned in accordance with the requirements of the Water Resources Act 1997.

11. Work constituting building work under the Development Act 1993, shall be certified by a private certifier as complying with the Building Rules, prior to any building work commencing.

12. Design specifications of the receival shed shall be forwarded to the Environment Protection Authority prior to construction and approved by the Development Assessment Commission prior to its construction. The receival shed shall be fully enclosed and have a concrete floor.

13. The design and construction of the road access junction to the site from Port Wakefield Road shall be to the reasonable satisfaction of Department for Transport, Energy and Infra-
structure and at the cost of the proponent.

14. Prior to commencing operation at the site McEvoy Road must be sealed to the standard agreed between the proponent and the City of Playford, and at the cost of the proponent.

15. The proponent must install a meteorological monitoring station in accordance with ‘Meteorological Monitoring Guidance for Regulatory Modelling Applications, US EPA, February 2000’. And be operational before operations at the site commence. It shall be to such a standard that it produces data suitable for air pollution modelling and complaint resolution. Note: the parameters that should be recorded are wind speed and direction at 10 m height, standard deviation of wind direction, temperature at 2 m and 10 m heights, solar radiation and rainfall.

Unless varied by the following conditions:

16. The mounds constructed up to 15 March 2004 with compost material contaminated with plastics shall be covered with a minimum of 300 mm of topsoil and maintained to ensure no plastic material is exposed.

17. Compost material used for the construction of the mounds or used on site may only contain an incidental amount of plastic fragments or other contaminants after processing, with the exception of mounds constructed up to 15 March 2004.

18. The compost material containing plastics, currently located at the Jeffries Wingfield facility shall be allowed to be stockpiled adjacent to the proposed Primary Processing Building at the Jeffries Buckland Park site to enable future processing to remove the plastic and other contaminants prior to use on the site in future mound construction.

19. A topsoil cover of a minimum of 300 mm shall be maintained over the stockpile to ensure there is no litter.

20. The ‘Calgrit 50’ and ‘Grit’ shall be maintained at a moisture content that will minimise the potential for generation of dust at stockpile areas, during stockpiling, construction and operation of the windrows.

21. The water quality in the surface water storage ponds shall be monitored in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Environmental Management Plan.

22. The surface and side slopes of the ‘Calgrit 50’ and ‘Grit’ capping layer and the surface water drainage system will be inspected on a monthly basis and after prolonged rain to ensure their integrity, and shall be maintained to ensure effective operation.

23. Unprocessed organic material shall not be received at the Jeffries Organic Waste Treatment and Recycling Research Facility until the primary processing facility proposed at the site is established.

24. All vehicles transporting primary processed material to Buckland Park shall have the following features:

• vehicles will be fully enclosed, i.e. solid floor sides and a canvas or synthetic top cover that is attached to the sides in a manner that does not allow the escape of material.

• vehicles will consist of either semi-trailers or truck and trailer combination.

25. A combined wheel wash and wash bay shall be installed within the Buckland Park facility for vehicles transporting materials and products to and from the facility and for the wash down of mobile plant within the facility.

26. All vehicles used solely for the transportation of primary processed organics to the Buckland Park site shall be required to be washed down externally before leaving the site empty, provided the vehicle body remains fully enclosed. The vehicles shall be washed externally and internally if used to transport compost or other materials from the Buckland Park site.

27. All mobile plant moving from one activity area to another shall be washed down at the wash bay before entering the new activity area.

28. Construction for the variations shall occur as per the specifications supplied in the Jeffries letter dated 24 May 2004 and email from Robert Rodenburg dated 1 July 2004.

29. Raw material and feedstock for composting shall not be placed on the hard stand areas at any time.

30. Maintenance of at least a 200 mm layer over the Calsilt perimeter mounds shall be required to be composed of a minimum layer of 100 mm of sandy loam then followed by a minimum layer of 100 mm of coarse compost.

31. The Equipment Washdown Facility shall be contructed as per the details listed in the letter dated 25 February 2005 from the Jeffries Group.

Notes:

1. The proponent has an obligation under the Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988, whereby any ‘clearance’ work, which may require permission to disturb, damage or destroy Aboriginal Sites must be undertaken with the full authorisation of the Minister for Aboriginal Affairs.



2. An environmental authorisation granted by the Environment Protection Authority will include conditions requiring compliance with the standards of site preparation, management and maintenance detailed in the Environmental Management Plan, dated 21 August 2003, Revision 2 and the following requirements:

• The monitoring of the separation distance between groundwater and underside of the clay liner. Measures will be required to put in place to ensure corrective actions being activated prior to the separation distance being at, or less than 1 m. It is proposed to set a trigger level at 1.10 m separation distance for more frequent level monitoring (minimum daily) and a second one at 1.05 m separation distance to activate corrective actions. The Environment Protection Authority licence condition will require water levels to be measured weekly and assessed and reported monthly to the Environment Protection Authority for the first year of operation.

• Maintenance of all drains and ponds.

3. The Minister has a specific power to require testing, monitoring and auditing under Section 48 (c) of the Development Act 1993.

Dated 16 August 2011.

T. Byrt, Presiding Member, Development Assessment Commission

ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION ACT 1993



Vary Condition 1 of the Approvals of Category B Containers

I, JEFFREY PAUL TODD, Delegate of the Environment Protection Authority (‘the Authority’), pursuant to Section 68 (6) of the Environment Protection Act 1993 (SA), (‘the Act’) hereby:



Vary Condition 1 of the Approvals of Category B Containers to read:

1. That containers of the class to which the approval relates must bear the refund marking specified by the Authority for containers of that class.

The Authority specifies the following refund markings for Category B Containers:

(1) ‘10c refund at collection depots when sold in SA’; and

(2) ‘10c refund at SA/NT collection depots in State/Territory of purchase’.

FISHERIES MANAGEMENT ACT 2007: SECTION 79

TAKE note that the notice made under Section 79 of the Fisheries Management Act 2007, dated 21 December 2010, and published in the South Australian Government Gazette dated 6 January 2011, on page 3, being the fifth notice on that page, referring to the West Coast Prawn Fishery, is hereby varied such that it will not be unlawful for a person fishing pursuant to a West Coast Prawn Fishery licence to use prawn trawl nets in the waters specified in Schedule 1, under the conditions specified in Schedule 2, during the period specified in Schedule 3.

Schedule 1

The waters of the West Coast Prawn Fishery adjacent to Venus Bay and Coffin Bay.

Schedule 2

1. Each licence holder must ensure that a representative sample of the catch (a ‘bucket count’) is taken at least three times per night during the fishing activity.

2. Each ‘bucket count’ sample must be accurately weighed to 7 kg where possible and the total number of prawns contained in the bucket must be recorded on the daily catch and effort return.

3. Fishing must cease if one or both of the following limits are reached:

(a) the average catch per vessel, per night (for all three vessels) drops below 300 kg for two consecutive nights;

(b) the average prawn ‘bucket count’ for all three vessels exceeds 240 prawns per bucket on any single fishing night.

4. The fleet must nominate a licence holder to provide a daily update by telephone or SMS message to the PIRSA Fisheries Manager, to report the average prawn catch per vessel and the average prawn ‘bucket count’ information.

5. No fishing activity may be undertaken between 0645 hours and 1830 hours on any day during the period of this notice.

Schedule 3

From 1830 hours on 22 August 2011 to 0645 hours on
5 September 2011.

Dated 19 August 2011.



C. Noell, Prawn Fisheries Manager

FISHERIES MANAGEMENT ACT 2007: SECTION 115

TAKE notice that pursuant to Section 115 of the Fisheries Management Act 2007, David Cunningham, Eyre Peninsula Natural Resources Management Board, 23 Napoleon Street, Port Lincoln, S.A. 5606 (the ‘exemption holder’), or a person acting as his agent, is exempt from Sections 70 and 71 of the Fisheries Management Act 2007, but only insofar as the exemption holder may take fish species specified in Schedule 1 using the gear specified in Schedule 2 (the ‘exempted activity’), subject to the conditions specified in Schedule 3, from 9 August 2011 until
9 August 2012, unless varied or revoked earlier.

Schedule 1

The collection of native and non-native fish from the inland waters of South Australia including protected freshwater of the Genus Ambassidae, species of Mogurnda and Nannoperca, River Blackfish (Gadopsis marmoratus), Freshwater Catfish (Tandanus tandanus).

Schedule 2

All gear under this Schedule must be marked with the permit holders’ name and Exemption Number 9902461:

10 fish traps (maximum dimension 1 m, maximum entrance size 10 cm).

10 dab nets.

1 seine net (maximum length 25 m, minimum mesh 6 mm).

4 fyke nets (maximum width 10 m, minimum mesh size 3 mm).

Schedule 3

1. All fish of the genus Ambassidae, species of Mogurnda and Nannoperca, River Blackfish (Gadopsis marmoratus) and Freshwater Catfish (Tandanus tandanus) collected pursuant to this notice must be returned to the water immediately following scientific evaluation.

2. All other native fish must be either returned alive to the water on completion of scientific evaluation or if they are dead lodged with the South Australian Museum. All non-native fish must be destroyed and disposed of appropriately.

3. Before conducting the exempted activity, the exemption holder must contact PIRSA Fisheries and Aquaculture on
1800 065 522 and answer a series of questions about the exempted activity. You will need to have a copy of your exemption with you at the time of making the call, and be able to provide information about the area and time of the exempted activity, the vehicles and/or boats involved, the number of agents undertaking the exempted activity and other related issues. Exemption Number 9902461.

4. The exemption holder must provide a report in writing detailing the outcomes of the research and the collection of organisms pursuant to this notice to the Director of Fisheries, (G.P.O. Box 1625, Adelaide, S.A. 5001) within three months of the expiry of this notice, giving the following details:

• the date, soak time and location of collection;

• the number of nets used;

• the description of all species collected (fish, invertebrates, turtles);

• the number of each species collected; and

• any other information regarding size, breeding or anything deemed relevant or of interest that is able to be volunteered.

5. While engaged in the exempted activity, the exemption holder must be in possession of a copy of this notice. Such notice must be produced to a PIRSA Fisheries Compliance Officer, if requested.

6. The exemption holder must not contravene or fail to comply with the Fisheries Management Act 2007, or any regulations made under that Act, except where specifically exempted by this notice.

Dated 10 August 2011.



Professor M. Doroudi, Executive Director,
Fisheries and Aquaculture

FISHERIES MANAGEMENT ACT 2007: SECTION 115

TAKE notice that pursuant to Section 115 of the Fisheries Management Act 2007, the holder of a Northern Zone Rock Lobster Fishery Licence issued pursuant to the Fisheries Management (Rock Lobster Fisheries) Regulations 2006 (the ‘exemption holders’) are exempted from the provisions of Regulation 5 of the Fisheries Management (Vessel Monitoring Scheme) Regulations 2007, but only insofar as an exemption holder shall not be guilty of an offence when using a registered boat that is endorsed on the licence to undertake fishing activity for the sole purpose of fishing for species other than southern rock lobster (Jasus edwardsii) and giant crabs (Pseudocarinus gigas) without having a fitted and operational vessel monitoring system (the ‘exempted activity’), subject to the conditions specified in Schedule 1, from 1 November 2011 until 31 May 2012, unless this notice is varied or revoked earlier.

Schedule 1

1. The exemption holder may only conduct the exempted activity from a boat that is registered and endorsed on their Northern Zone Rock Lobster Fishery Licence and that is less than 6 m in length.

2. The exemption holder must ensure that only a master registered on their Northern Zone Rock Lobster Fishery Licence undertakes the exempted activity (Exemption No. 9902497).

3. The exemption holder must notify PIRSA Fisheries by calling 1800 065 522 prior to engaging in the exempted activity and providing the following information:

• the name of the licence holder making the call;

• the fishery licence number of the licence on which the registered boat is endorsed;

• the name of the boat and the commercial boat registration number;

• the time and date the exempted activity will commence; and

• the time and date the exempted activity will cease.

4. An exemption holder must ensure that no rock lobster pots are on board the registered boat at any time during the exempted activity.

5. An exemption holder must not take or have on board the registered boat any rock lobster during the exempted activity.

6. An exemption holder must not contravene or fail to comply with the Fisheries Management Act 2007, or any other regulations made under that Act, except where specifically exempted by this notice.

Dated 23 August 2011.



Professor M. Doroudi, Executive Director Fisheries and Aquaculture

GENETICALLY MODIFIED CROPS


MANAGEMENT ACT 2004

Exemption Notice

PURSUANT to the Genetically Modified Crops Management Act 2004, I, Michael O’Brien, Minister for Agriculture and Fisheries, issue an Exemption to the University of Adelaide (hereafter the University) under Section 6 (2) (a) (ii) enabling the University to cultivate four hybrid genotypes of genetically modified corn seed in the University’s Plant Accelerator located on the Waite Campus at Urrbrae to determine the effects of single and multiple traits in maize for enhanced plant performance under drought conditions.

This Exemption remains in force until varied or revoked.

The University is required to observe the following conditions in relation to the exempted cultivation of genetically modified crops undertaken in South Australia by its employees or agents, or any person engaged to undertake any activity in relation to the Specified Purpose.

For the purpose of this Notice, I nominate the following person as the Nominated Officer within PIRSA to whom communication should be directed:

Manager, Plant Health Operations

Biosecurity SA

Plant and Food Standards

33 Flemington Street

Glenside, S.A. 5065

Phone: (08) 8207 7833

Fax: (08) 8207 7844

For Definitions of Terms see Section 3.

Section 1—General Conditions

The University and persons covered by these conditions must comply with these conditions.

1. Notification of Project Supervisor

1.1 The University must inform the Nominated Officer in writing of the contact details of the Project Supervisor before cultivation of the GMO occurs.

1.2 The University must immediately notify the Nominated Officer in writing if any of the contact details of the Project Supervisor change.

2. Informing People of Their Obligations

2.1 The University must inform each person covered by these conditions of the obligations imposed on them by these conditions.

2.2 The University must provide the Nominated Officer, on the Nominated Officer’s written request, a signed statement from each person covered by these conditions that the University has informed the person of the conditions of these conditions that apply to that person.

3. Material Changes in Circumstances

3.1 The University must immediately, by notice in writing, inform the Nominated Officer of:



(a) any relevant conviction of the University or any of its Directors occurring after the commencement of these conditions;

(b) any event or circumstances occurring after the commencement of these conditions that would affect the capacity of the University to meet the conditions in this Exemption.

Section 2—Specific Conditions

1. Transportation of a GMO

1.1 The GMO must be packed in a sealed unbreakable primary container. Selfing bags are considered to be an appropriate primary container for propagative plant material.

1.2 Every primary container must be clearly marked GM corn along with the genotype code.

1.3 Primary containers must be packed in sealed unbreakable secondary container.

1.4 Every secondary container used to transport the GMO must be labelled:



(a) to indicate that it contains genetically modified plant material; and

(b) with telephone contact numbers for the University and instructions to contact the University in the event that the container is broken or misdirected.

1.5 Each secondary container must remain sealed during transit.

2. Contingency Plans

2.1 Within seven days of the date of the commencement of these conditions, a written Contingency Plan must be submitted to the Nominated Officer detailing measures to be taken in the event that a secondary container is broken.

2.2 The Contingency Plan must include details of procedures to:

(a) ensure the Nominated Officer is notified immed-
iately if the University becomes aware of the event;

(b) destroy any of the GMOs; and

(c) Monitor and destroy any Volunteer plants that may exist as a result of the event.

3. Cultivation of the GMO

3.1 The GMO may only be cultivated for the Specified Purpose.

3.2 Cultivation of the GMO is permitted only in the University’s Plant Accelerator on the Waite Campus at Urrbrae, provided that the Plant Accelerator is:



(a) registered by the Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service as a Quarantine Approved Premise; and

(b) certified by the Office of the Gene Technology Regulator as PC2 Plant Containment Facility.

3.3 Before the commencement of planting, the following information should be provided to the Nominated Officer:



(a) the contact details of the person responsible for the Plant Accelerator or his representative to enable Authorised Officers to seek consent to entry;

(b) identification of the GMO type proposed to be grown in the Plant Accelerator, and the area of each that is to be sown; and

(c) estimated date of planting, pollen production and seed set.

3.4 All plant material resulting from cultivation of the GMO is to be destroyed before pollen production or seed set.

3.5 All plants, plant material, soil, consumables and waste associated with and resulting from the Specified Purpose shall be heat treated (autoclaved) before it is removed from the University’s Plant Accelerator, in accordance with the facility’s quarantine protocols.

4. Compliance Management Plan

4.1 Prior to the GMO entering South Australia, a written Compliance Management Plan must be provided to the Nominated Officer on request. The Compliance Management Plan must describe in detail how the University intends to ensure compliance with these conditions and document that compliance.

Section 3—Interpretation and Definitions

Words and phrases used in this Exemption have the same meanings as they do in the Genetically Modified Crops Management Act 2004 (SA), Gene Technology Act 2000 (Commonwealth) and the Gene Technology Regulations 2001.

Words importing a gender include any other gender.

Words in the singular include the plural and words in the plural include the singular.

Words importing persons include a partnership and a body whether corporate or otherwise.

References to any statute or other legislation (whether primary or subordinate) is to a statute or other legislation of the Commonwealth of Australia as amended or replaced from time to time unless the contrary intention appears.

Where any word or phrase is given a defined meaning, any other part of speech or other grammatical form in respect of that word or phrase has a corresponding meaning.

In this Exemption:

four hybrid genotypes of genetically modified corn seed’ means the genotypes listed in Table 1.

Department’ means the Department of Primary Industries and Resources in South Australia.

Destroy’, (or ‘Destroyed’ or ‘Destruction’), as the case requires, means killed by one or more of the following methods:

(a) stalk pulling;

(b) light tillage;

(c) burning;

(d) treatment with herbicide;

(e) slashing;

(f) mowing;

(g) hand weeding;

(h) burial under 1 m of soil;

(i) grazing; or

(j) a combination of the above.

Note (1): ‘As the case requires’ has the effect that, depending on the circumstances, one or more of these techniques may not be appropriate. For example, in the case of killing the remains of harvest of the GMO, treatment of post harvest remains by herbicide would not be a sufficient mechanism.

GM’ means genetically modified.

GMO’ means genetically modified organism.

Minister’ means the Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries in South Australia.

Volunteer plants’ means progeny of the GMO.

Table 1


Glyphosate tolerant corn line GA21 [Monsanto Australia. Food Standards Australia Application No. A362. Approved 2000]

Insect-protected, glufinosate ammonium tolerant corn line Bt-11 [Syngenta Seeds. Food Standards Australia Application No. A386. Approved 2001]

Insect-protected, corn line MIR604 [Syngenta. Food Standards Australia Application No. A564. Approved 2006]

A combination line produced by conventional breeding of the three single events above.


Michael O’Brien, Minister for Agriculture and Fisheries

GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES ACT 1991



Notice of Declaration of Names of Places

Corrigendum

IN the Government Gazette of 28 January 1999, page 611, first notice appearing, the plan declaring the suburbs for District Council of Willunga shown as RACK PLAN 72, should have been shown as RACK PLAN 795.

Dated 23 August 2011.

P. M. Kentish, Surveyor-General, Department for Transport Energy and Infrastructure

DTEI.2009/29930/01


GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES ACT 1991

Notice to Alter the Boundaries of Places

NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to the provisions of the above Act, that, I, PETER MACLAREN KENTISH, Surveyor-General and Delegate appointed by Patrick Conlon, Minister for Infrastructure, Minister of the Crown to whom the administration of the Geographical Names Act 1991 is committed DO HEREBY exclude from the locality of CHARLESTON and include into the locality of LOBETHAL that area marked (A) as shown on the plan below.

The Plan

Dated 10 August 2011.



P. M. Kentish, Surveyor-General, Department for Transport, Energy and Infrastructure

DTEI.2011/10221/01


GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES ACT 1991

Notice to Alter the Boundaries of Places

NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to the provisions of the above Act, that I, PETER MACLAREN KENTISH, Surveyor-General and Delegate appointed by Patrick Conlon, Minister for Infrastructure, Minister of the Crown to whom the administration of the Geographical Names Act 1991 is committed DO HEREBY exclude from the locality of MIDDLE RIVER and include into the locality of WESTERN RIVER that area marked (A) as shown on the plan below.

The Plan

Dated 10 August 2011.



P. M. Kentish, Surveyor-General, Department for Transport, Energy and Infrastructure

DTEI.2011/10598/01


GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES ACT, 1991

Notice to Alter the Boundaries of Places

NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to the provisions of the above Act, that I, PETER MACLAREN KENTISH, Surveyor-General and Delegate appointed by Patrick Conlon, Minister for Infrastructure, Minister of the Crown to whom the administration of the Geographical Names Act 1991 is committed DO HEREBY exclude from the locality of LOWER HERMITAGE and include into the locality of HOUGHTON that area marked (A) as shown on the plan below.

The Plan

Dated 10 August 2011.



P. M. Kentish, Surveyor-General, Department for Transport, Energy and Infrastructure

DTEI.2011/11261/01

IN Government Gazette No. 52 dated 21 July 2011 on page 3106, there has been an amendment to declaration of the property listed below:

HOUSING IMPROVEMENT ACT 1940

Addendum

NOTICE is hereby given that the South Australian Housing Trust Board Delegate in the exercise of the powers conferred by the Housing Improvement Act 1940, does hereby declare the houses described in the table hereunder to be substandard for the purposes of Part 7 of the Housing Improvement Act 1940.



No. of House and Street

Locality

Allotment, Section, etc.

Certificate of Title 
Volume Folio




5 Princess Street,




Peterborough

Allotment 426 in Deposited Plan 3873, Hundred of Yongala

5715

637



Please Note: The Declaration on this property has been rescinded until further notice.

Dated at Adelaide, 21 July 2011. D. Huxley, Director, Corporate Services, Housing SA

LAND ACQUISITION ACT 1969

(Section 16)



Notice of Acquisition

THE COMMISSIONER OF HIGHWAYS (the ‘Authority’), 136 North Terrace, Adelaide, S.A. 5000, acquires the following interests in the following land:



Definition of Land Acquired

Comprising an unencumbered estate in fee simple in those pieces of land situated at Sturt Highway, Stockwell, being portions of the Allotment comprising Pieces 101 and 102 in Deposited Plan No. 54344, comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 5838, Folio 781 and being the whole of the land numbered 13 and the whole of the land numbered 14 on the plan numbered D84267 that has been lodged in the Lands Titles Office.

This notice is given under Section 16 of the Land Acquisition Act 1969.

Compensation

A person who has or had an interest in the land that is divested or diminished by the acquisition or the enjoyment of which is adversely affected by the acquisition who does not receive an offer of compensation from the Authority may apply to the Authority for compensation.



Inquiries

Inquiries should be directed to:

Charles Bertram,

G.P.O. Box 1533,

Adelaide, S.A. 5001

Telephone: (08) 8343 2453

Dated 15 August 2011.

The Common Seal of the Commissioner of Highways was hereto affixed by authority of the Commissioner in the presence of:



D. Thomas, Manager, Transport Property (Authorised Officer), Department for Transport, Energy and Infrastructure

DTEI 1998/07142/0002


LOCAL GOVERNMENT (FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT) REGULATIONS 2011

Exemption From the Requirement for a Regional Subsidiary to Establish an Audit Committee—
Southern and Hills Local Government Association

Notice of Exemption by the Minister for
State/Local Government Relations

PURSUANT to Regulation 18 of the Local Government (Financial Management) Regulations 2011, I, the Hon. Russell Wortley, MLC, Minister for State/Local Government Relations, grant the Southern and Hills Local Government Association an exemption from the requirement to establish an Audit Committee until


31 December 2012.

Dated 3 August 2011.



Russell Wortley, Minister for State/Local Government Relations

LOCAL GOVERNMENT (FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT) REGULATIONS 2011

Exemption From the Requirement for a Regional Subsidiary to Establish an Audit Committee—
Provincial Cities Association

Notice of Exemption by the Minister for
State/Local Government Relations

PURSUANT to Regulation 18 of the Local Government (Financial Management) Regulations 2011, I, the Hon. Russell Wortley, MLC, Minister for State/Local Government Relations, grant the Provincial Cities Association an exemption from the requirement to establish an Audit Committee until 31 December 2012.

Dated 3 August 2011.

Russell Wortley, Minister for State/Local Government Relations
LOCAL GOVERNMENT (FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT) REGULATIONS 2011

Exemption From the Requirement for a Regional Subsidiary to Establish an Audit Committee—

Flinders Mobile Library

Notice of Exemption by the Minister for

State/Local Government Relations

PURSUANT to Regulation 18 of the Local Government (Financial Management) Regulations 2011, I, the Hon. Russell Wortley, MLC, Minister for State/Local Government Relations, grant the Flinders Mobile Library an exemption from the requirement to establish an Audit Committee until 31 December 2012.

Dated 3 August 2011.

Russell Wortley, Minister for State/Local Government Relations

LOCAL GOVERNMENT (FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT) REGULATIONS 2011

Exemption From the Requirement for a Regional Subsidiary to Establish an Audit Committee—

South East Local Government Association



Notice of Exemption by the Minister for

State/Local Government Relations

PURSUANT to Regulation 18 of the Local Government (Financial Management) Regulations 2011, I, the Hon. Russell Wortley, MLC, Minister for State/Local Government Relations, grant the South East Local Government Association an exemption from the requirement to establish an Audit Committee until 31 December 2012.

Dated 3 August 2011.

Russell Wortley, Minister for State/Local Government Relations

LIQUOR LICENSING ACT 1997



Notice of Application

NOTICE is hereby given, pursuant to Section 52 (2) (b) of the Liquor Licensing Act 1997, that Millswood Lawn Tennis Club Inc. has applied to the Licensing Authority for a Limited Club Licence in respect of premises situated at 18A Millswood Crescent, Millswood, S.A. 5034 and known as Millswood Lawn Tennis Club Inc.

The application has been set down for hearing on 29 September 2011 at 9 a.m.

Any person may object to the application by lodging a notice of objection in the prescribed form with the Liquor and Gambling Commissioner and serving a copy of the notice on the applicant at the applicant’s address, at least seven days before the hearing date (viz: 22 September 2011).

The applicant’s address for service is c/o Lois Hill, Unit 21, Pasadena Village, 11A Boorman Avenue, Pasadena, S.A. 5042.

The application and certain documents and material (including Plans) relevant to the application may be inspected without fee at a place and during a period specified by the Liquor and Gambling Commissioner, Chesser House, 3rd Floor, 91-97 Grenfell Street, Adelaide, S.A. 5000. Telephone: 131 882. Facsimile: 8226 8512. Email: olgc@agd.sa.gov.au.

Dated 22 August 2011.

Applicant

LIQUOR LICENSING ACT 1997

Notice of Application

NOTICE is hereby given, pursuant to Section 52 (2) (b) of the Liquor Licensing Act 1997, that David John Stuttard and Julie Ann Stuttard have applied to the Licensing Authority for a Restaurant Licence with Entertainment Consent in respect of premises situated at 65 Norman Road, Willunga, S.A. 5172 and known as Peacock Farm.

The application has been set down for hearing on 27 September 2011 at 9.30 a.m.

Conditions

The following licence conditions are sought:

• Entertainment Consent is to apply to the following days and times:

Monday to Thursday: Noon to midnight;

Friday to Saturday: Noon to 1 a.m. the following day; and

Sunday: Noon to 5 p.m.

Any person may object to the application by lodging a notice of objection in the prescribed form with the Liquor and Gambling Commissioner and serving a copy of the notice on the applicants at the applicants’ address, at least seven days before the hearing date (viz: 20 September 2011).

The applicants’ address for service is c/o David John Stuttard and Julie Ann Stuttard, P.O. Box 745, Willunga, S.A. 5172.

The application and certain documents and material (including Plans) relevant to the application may be inspected without fee at a place and during a period specified by the Liquor and Gambling Commissioner, Chesser House, 3rd Floor, 91-97 Grenfell Street, Adelaide, S.A. 5000. Telephone: 131 882. Facsimile: 8226 8512. Email: olgc@agd.sa.gov.au.

Dated 19 August 2011.

Applicants

LIQUOR LICENSING ACT 1997



Notice of Application

NOTICE is hereby given, pursuant to Section 52 (2) (b) of the Liquor Licensing Act 1997, that Gulf Brewery Pty Ltd has applied to the Licensing Authority for a Producer’s Licence with sampling in respect of premises situated at 1/13-15 Mount Barker Road, Hahndorf, S.A. 5245 and to be known as Gulf Brewery.

The application has been set down for hearing on 26 September 2011 at 9 a.m.

Any person may object to the application by lodging a notice of objection in the prescribed form with the Liquor and Gambling Commissioner and serving a copy of the notice on the applicant at the applicant’s address, at least seven days before the hearing date (viz: 19 September 2011).

The applicant’s address for service is c/o Peter Fitzsimons, P.O. Box 390, Oaklands Park, S.A. 5046.

The application and certain documents and material (including Plans) relevant to the application may be inspected without fee at a place and during a period specified by the Liquor and Gambling Commissioner, Chesser House, 3rd Floor, 91-97 Grenfell Street, Adelaide, S.A. 5000. Telephone: 131 882. Facsimile: 8226 8512. Email: olgc@agd.sa.gov.au.

Dated 19 August 2011.

Applicant


NATIONAL GAS LAW

THE Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) gives notice under the National Gas Law of the following matter.

Under section 311 and 313, the making of the National Gas Amendment (Various Hedging Instruments in the Declared Wholesale Gas Market) Rule 2011 No. 4 and related final determination. All provisions commence on 17 April 2012.

Further details and all documents on the above matter are available on the AEMC’s website www.aemc.gov.au. The relevant documents are also available for inspection at the offices of the AEMC.

John Pierce

Chairman

Australian Energy Market Commission

Level 5, 201 Elizabeth Street

Sydney, N.S.W. 2000

Telephone: (02) 8296 7800

Facsimile: (02) 8296 7899

25 August 2011

PETROLEUM AND GEOTHERMAL ENERGY ACT 2000



Grant of Preliminary Survey Licence—PSL 22

NOTICE is hereby given that the abovementioned Preliminary Survey Licence has been granted with effect from 17 August 2011, under the provisions of the Petroleum and Geothermal Energy Act 2000, pursuant to delegated powers dated 1 October 2009.




Licence No.

Licensees

Locality

Date of
Expiry

Approx
Area in
km2

Reference



















PSL 22

Beach Energy Limited

Great Artesian Oil and Gas Limited



Cooper
Basin

16.8.2012

20

F2011/000300


General Description of Preliminary Survey Licence Area

All that part of the State of South Australia, bounded as follows:

A line joining points of co-ordinates set out in the following table:

MGA Zone 54

372580.25mE, 6915182.86mN

373224.10mE, 6913933.39mN

374335.45mE, 6912701.01mN

375850.85mE, 6911774.04mN

378543.16mE, 6910627.89mN

378758.67mE, 6910502.48mN

378935.12mE, 6910329.42mN

379063.48mE, 6910118.57mN

379135.87mE, 6909882.82mN

379147.86mE, 6909636.61mN

379098.74mE, 6909395.01mN

378991.48mE, 6909172.80mN

378832.69mE, 6908983.58mN

378632.05mE, 6908838.93mN

378401.85mE, 6908747.70mN

378156.18mE, 6908715.47mN

377754.99mE, 6908795.81mN

374904.79mE, 6910014.60mN

373027.21mE, 6911178.24mN

371544.98mE, 6912832.05mN

370797.53mE, 6914273.80mN

370733.83mE, 6914427.97mN

370688.93mE, 6914670.38mN

370705.24mE, 6914916.35mN

370781.73mE, 6915150.80mN

370913.75mE, 6915359.40mN

371093.20mE, 6915529.39mN

371309.11mE, 6915650.34mN

371548.27mE, 6915714.87mN

371796.02mE, 6915719.02mN

372037.23mE, 6915662.54mN

372257.11mE, 6915548.89mN

372442.21mE, 6915385.02mN

372580.25mE, 6915182.86mN

Area: 20 km2 approximately.

Dated 17 August 2011.

B. A. Goldstein,

Executive Director,

Petroleum and Geothermal Division

Minerals and Energy Resources

Primary Industries and Resources SA

Delegate of the Minister for Mineral Resources Development


PETROLEUM AND GEOTHERMAL ENERGY ACT 2000



Grant of Petroleum Production Licence—PPL 239 and Associated Activities Licence—AAL 162

PURSUANT to Section 92 (1) of the Petroleum and Geothermal Energy Act 2000, notice is hereby given that the undermentioned Petroleum Production Licence and Associated Activities Licence have been granted under the provisions of the Petroleum and Geothermal Energy Act 2000, pursuant to delegated powers dated 1 October 2009.



No. of Licence

Licensees

Locality

Area in km2

Reference

PPL 239

Beach Energy Limited

Great Artesian Oil and Gas Limited



Cooper Basin

21

F2011/278

AAL 162

Beach Energy Limited

Great Artesian Oil and Gas Limited



Cooper Basin

0.60

F2011/323


Description of Area—PPL 239

All that part of the State of South Australia, bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point being the intersection of latitude 275715S GDA94 and longitude 1394110E GDA94, thence east to longitude 1394220E GDA94, south to latitude 275740S GDA94, east to longitude 1394240E GDA94, south to latitude 275750S GDA94, east to longitude 1394255E GDA94, south to latitude 275805S GDA94, east to longitude 1394315E GDA94, south to latitude 275850S GDA94, east to longitude 1394320E GDA94, south to latitude 275920S GDA94, east to longitude 1394335E GDA94, south to latitude 280035S GDA94, west to longitude 1394315E GDA94, south to latitude 280100S AGD66, west to longitude 1394300E AGD66, south to latitude 280055S GDA94, west to longitude 1394125E GDA94, north to latitude 275755S GDA94, west to longitude 1394110E GDA94 and north to the point of commencement.

Area: 21 km2 approximately.



Description of Area—AAL 162

All that part of the State of South Australia, bounded as follows:

A corridor 50 metres wide centred on a straight line between co-ordinates:

372328mE, 6905059mN

372284mE, 6905039mN

372244mE, 6905019mN

372355mE, 6903621mN

372569mE, 6902863mN

373474mE, 6902642mN

373592mE, 6902306mN

374198mE, 6901125mN

381521mE, 6901125mN

381564mE, 6901054mN

381502mE, 6900840mN

All co-ordinates are in MGA Z54, GDA94.

Area: 0.6 km2 approximately.

Dated 17 August 2011.

B. A. Goldstein,

Executive Director,

Petroleum and Geothermal Division

Minerals and Energy Resources

Primary Industries and Resources SA

Delegate of the Minister for Mineral Resources Development

PETROLEUM AND GEOTHERMAL ENERGY ACT 2000



Surrender of Geothermal Exploration Licences—GELs 448, 449, 450, 451, 452, 453, 454, 455, 456, 457, 458, 459, 460 and 461

NOTICE is hereby given that I have accepted surrender of the abovementioned Geothermal Exploration Licences under the provisions of the Petroleum and Geothermal Energy Act 2000, pursuant to delegated powers dated 1 October 2009.




No. of Licence

Licensee

Locality

Date of
Surrender

Reference

GEL 448













GEL 449













GEL 450













GEL 451













GEL 452













GEL 453













GEL 454

GEL 455


Gradient Energy Limited

Cooper/Eromanga Basin, South Australia

16 August 2011

27/02/545

GEL 456













GEL 457













GEL 458













GEL 459













GEL 460













GEL 461












Dated 18 August 2011.



B. A. Goldstein,

Executive Director,

Petroleum and Geothermal Division

Minerals and Energy Resources

Primary Industries and Resources SA

Delegate of the Minister for Mineral Resources Development

PETROLEUM AND GEOTHERMAL ENERGY ACT 2000

Grant of Preliminary Survey Licence—PSL 23

NOTICE is hereby given that the abovementioned Preliminary Survey Licence has been granted with effect from 19 August 2011, under the provisions of the Petroleum and Geothermal Energy Act 2000, pursuant to delegated powers dated 1 October 2009.




Licence No.

Licensees

Locality

Date of
Expiry

Approx.
Area in
km2

Reference



















PSL 23

Santos Ltd

Cooper
Basin

18.8.2012

304

F2011/000314

Details of the area the subject of this licence can be viewed on the PIRSA Petroleum website at the following address:



http://www.pir.sa.gov.au/petroleum/licensing/register.

Dated 19 August 2011.

B. A. Goldstein,

Executive Director

Petroleum and Geothermal Division

Minerals and Energy Resources

Primary Industries and Resources SA

Delegate of the Minister for Mineral Resources Development



PETROLEUM AND GEOTHERMAL ENERGY ACT 2000



Suspension of Licence Condition Extension of Licence Term Petroleum Exploration Licences—PELS 91 And 92

Extension of Licence Term Associated Activities Licence—
AAL 154

PURSUANT to Section 76A of the Petroleum and Geothermal Energy Act 2000, notice is hereby given that Condition 1 of the abovementioned Petroleum Exploration Licences has been suspended under the provisions of the Petroleum and Geothermal Energy Act 2000, pursuant to delegated powers dated 1 October 2009, for the following periods:

PEL 91 from and including 5 June 2011 to 4 June 2012.

PEL 92 from and including 5 November 2011 to 4 November 2012.

The terms of PELs 91 and 92 have been extended by a period corresponding to the period of suspension, such that the licences will now expire on the following dates:

PEL 91 will now expire 4 June 2015.

PEL 92 will now expire 4 November 2013.

As a consequence of the suspension and extension of PEL 92, the term of the adjunct Associated Activities Licence AAL 154 is extended, such that AAL 154 will now expire on 4 November 2013.

Dated 16 August 2011.

B. A. Goldstein,

Executive Director,

Petroleum and Geothermal Division

Minerals and Energy Resources

Primary Industries and Resources SA

Delegate of the Minister for Mineral

Resources Development






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