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No. 24 997




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, 14 APRIL 2011


CONTENTS


Page

Acts Assented To 998

Appointments, Resignations, Etc. 998

Building Work Contractors Act 1995—Notice 999

Corporations and District Councils—Notices 1032

Electoral Act 1985—Notice 999

Environment Protection Act 1993—Notices 1000

Fisheries Management Act 2007—Notices 1003

Geographical Names Act 1991—Notice 1004

Housing Improvement Act 1940—Notices 1005

Liquor Licensing Act 1997—Notices 1006

Mining Act 1971—Notice 1009

National Electricity Law—Notices 1009

Page


National Parks and Wildlife (National Parks) Regulations
2001—Notices 1011

Natural Resources Management Act 2004—Notices 1011

Petroleum and Geothermal Energy Act 2000—Notice 1012

Proclamation 1029

Public Trustee Office—Administration of Estates 1032

Roads (Opening and Closing) Act 1991—Notice 1012

Sale of Property—Notices 1033

Sewerage Act 1929—Notice 1012

Water Mains and Sewers—Mains Laid, Replaced Etc 1013

Waterworks Act 1932—Notice. 1026

Unclaimed Moneys Act 1891—Notices 1034




GOVERNMENT GAZETTE NOTICES

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Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 14 April 2011

HIS Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified for general information that he has in the name and on behalf of Her Majesty The Queen, this day assented to the undermentioned Acts passed by the Legislative Council and House of Assembly in Parliament assembled, viz.:

No. 10 of 2011—Stamp Duties (Insurance) Amendment Act 2011. An Act to amend the Stamp Duties Act 1923.

No. 11 of 2011—Statutes Amendment (Personal Property Securities) Act 2011. An Act to amend various Acts as a consequence of the enactment of the Personal Property Securities (Commonwealth Powers) Act 2009 and the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 of the Commonwealth.

By command,



Thomas Kenyon, for Acting Premier

DPC06/0875


Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 14 April 2011

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned to the Fisheries Council of South Australia, pursuant to the provisions of the Fisheries Management Act 2007:

Member: (from 14 April 2011 until 13 October 2012)

Brenton Max Schahinger

By command,

Thomas Kenyon, for Acting Premier

MAFF11/05CS

Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 14 April 2011

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned to the Administrative and Disciplinary Division of the District Court, pursuant to the provisions of the Guardianship and Administration Act 1993:

Section 66 (3) Panel Assessor: (from 14 April 2011 until


13 April 2014)

Polly Sumner-Dodd

By command,

Thomas Kenyon, for Acting Premier

AGO320/04CS

Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 14 April 2011

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned to the Equal Opportunity Tribunal, pursuant to the provisions of the Equal Opportunity Act 1984:

Deputy Presiding Officer: (from 14 April 2011 until 13 April 2014)

Barry Francis Beazley

Deputy Presiding Officer: (from 19 May 2011 until 18 May 2014)

Gordon Fraser Barrett

Deputy Presiding Officer: (from 9 June 2011 until 8 June 2014)

Wayne Cromwell Chivell

Sydney William Tilmouth

Deputy Presiding Officer: (from 18 September 2011 until
17 September 2014)

Peter Robert Brebner

By command,

Thomas Kenyon, for Acting Premier

AGO0266/02CS

Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 14 April 2011

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the Honourable John James Snelling, MP, Treasurer and Minister for Employment Training and Further Education to be also Acting Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation, Acting Minister for Multicultural Affairs, Acting Minister for Youth, Acting Minister for Volunteers and Acting Minister Assisting the Premier in Social Inclusion for the period from 25 April 2011 to 26 April 2011 inclusive, during the absence of the Honourable Grace Portolesi, MP.

By command,



Thomas Kenyon, for Acting Premier

MMA11/002SC

Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 14 April 2011

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the Honourable Jay Wilson Weatherill, MP, Minister for Education, Minister for Early Childhood Development and Minister for Science and Information Economy to be also Acting Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation, Acting Minister for Multicultural Affairs, Acting Minister for Youth, Acting Minister for Volunteers and Acting Minister Assisting the Premier in Social Inclusion for the period from 27 April 2011 to 2 May 2011 inclusive, during the absence of the Honourable Grace Portolesi, MP.

By command,



Thomas Kenyon, for Acting Premier

MMA11/002SC

Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 14 April 2011

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the Members to the Natural Resources Management Boards set out below, for the terms specified, pursuant to the Natural Resources Management Act 2004:

Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resources
Management Board

For a term commencing on 14 April 2011 and expiring on


13 April 2014

Debra Kay Just

Vicki-Jo Russell

Cathryn May Hamilton



Eyre Peninsula Natural Resources Management Board

For a term commencing on 14 April 2011 and expiring on


13 April 2014

Heather Lorraine Baldock



Kangaroo Island Natural Resources Management Board

For a term commencing on 14 April 2011 and expiring on


13 April 2014

Peggy Diane Rismiller

John Anthony Trethewey

Northern and Yorke Natural Resources Management Board

For a term commencing on 14 April 2011 and expiring on


13 April 2014

Kathleen Bowman

Clark Edward Ingham

South Australian Arid Lands Natural Resources Management
Board

For a term commencing on 14 April 2011 and expiring on


13 April 2014

Leanne Maree Liddle

Janet Mary Crommelin Brook

Kylie Fuller

Ross Brian Sawers

South Australian Murray-Darling Basin Natural Resources

Management Board

For a term commencing on 14 April 2011 and expiring on


13 April 2014

Sheridan Gay Alm

For a term commencing on 14 April 2011 and expiring on
1 November 2012

Anne Louise Hartnett



South East Natural Resources Management Board

For a term commencing on 14 April 2011 and expiring on


13 April 2014

Nicholas John Hunt

By command,

Thomas Kenyon, for Acting Premier

MEC11/0020SC


BUILDING WORK CONTRACTORS ACT 1995



Exemption

TAKE notice that pursuant to Section 45 of the Building Work Contractors Act 1995, I, Anne Gale, Deputy Commissioner, do hereby exempt the licensees named in Schedule 1 from the application of Division 3 of Part 5 of the above Act in relation to domestic building work described in Schedule 2 and subject to the conditions specified in Schedule 3.

Schedule 1

Dino Joseph Bresolin (BLD 54196)

Schedule 2

Construction of the family home on land situated at 17 Main Yahl Road, Yahl, S.A. 5291 (Allotment 1, Deposited Plan 68293 in the area named Yahl, Hundred of Gambier (Certificate of Title Volume 5958, Folio 877)).

Schedule 3

1. This exemption is limited to domestic building work personally performed by the licensee in relation to building the family home on land situated at 17 Main Yahl Road, Yahl, S.A. 5291 (Allotment 1, Deposited Plan 68293 in the area named Yahl, Hundred of Gambier (Certificate of Title Volume 5958, Folio 877)).

2. This exemption does not apply to any domestic building work the licensees sub-contracts to another building work contractor, for which that contractor is required by law to hold building indemnity insurance.

3. That the licensees do not transfer their interest in the land prior to five years from the date of completion of the building work the subject of this exemption, without the prior authorisation of the Commissioner for Consumer Affairs. Before giving such authorisation, the Commissioner for Consumer Affairs may require the licensee to take any reasonable steps to protect the future purchaser(s) of the property, including but not limited to:

• providing evidence that an adequate policy of building indemnity insurance is in force to cover the balance of the five-year period from the date of completion of the building work the subject of this exemption;

• providing evidence of an independent expert inspection of the building work the subject of this exemption;

• making an independent expert report available to pros-pective purchasers of the property; and

• giving prospective purchasers of the property notice of the absence of a policy of building indemnity insurance.

Dated 7 April 2011.

A. Gale, Deputy Commissioner as delegate for the Commissioner for Consumer Affairs, delegate of the Minister for Consumer Affairs

Ref.: 610/11-00017

ELECTORAL ACT 1985



Part 6—Registration of Political Parties

NOTICE is hereby given that the following application for registration as a registered political party under the provisions of Part 6 of the Electoral Act 1985, has been received:

Name of Party: Liberal Democratic Party

Abbreviation of Party Name: Liberal Democrats

Name of Applicant: Evelyn Doyle

Any elector who believes that the party should not be registered:

• because the party does not have as a purpose, the promotion of the election to the State Parliament of its endorsed candidate(s); or

• because the application does not fulfil the technical requirements specified in the Act; or

• because the party’s name is likely to be confused with that of another registered party, parliamentary party or prominent public body,

can formally object in writing to the Electoral Commissioner by close of business on 16 May 2011. Objections must contain the postal address and signature of the objector.

Dated 14 April 2011.

K. Mousley, Electoral Commissioner


ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION ACT 1993



Approval of Category A Containers

I, ANDREA KAYE WOODS, Team Leader, Container Deposit Legislation and Delegate of the Environment Protection Authority (‘the Authority’), pursuant to Section 68 of the Environment Protection Act 1993 (SA) (‘the Act’) hereby:



Approval of Category A Containers:

Approve as Category A Containers, subject to the conditions in sub-clauses (1), (2) and (3) below, each of the classes of containers identified by reference to the following matters described in the first 4 columns of Schedule 1 of this Notice which are sold in South Australia.



(a) the product which each class of containers shall contain;

(b) the size of the containers;

(c) the type of containers; and

(d) the name of the holders of these approvals.

(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.

(2) The holder of the approval must have in place an effective and appropriate waste management arrangement in relation to containers of that class.

(3) The holder of these approvals must ensure that if a sticker bearing the refund marking has been approved, and is applied to the container, then the sticker must not be placed on any portion of the opening mechanism or in any other place that would require complete or partial removal of the sticker before the contents may be consumed.

Schedule 1

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Column 4

Column 5

Product Name

Container
Size (mL)


Container Type

Approval Holder

Collection
Arrangements

















Maa Mango Drink

1 000

Plastic

Ceylon Spices & Cargo Services

N/A—See Notes

Super Malt Original

330

Can—Aluminium

Ceylon Spices & Cargo Services

N/A—See Notes

ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION ACT 1993

Approval of Additional Collection Depot

I, ANDREA KAYE WOODS, Delegate of the Environment Protection Authority (‘the Authority’), pursuant to Section 69 of the Environment Protection Act 1993 (SA) (‘the Act’) hereby:



Approval of Additional Collection Depot

(i) Approval of Collection Depot:

Approve the collection depot identified by reference to the following matters, to receive all containers belonging to a class of containers which is, at or subsequent to, the date of this Notice, approved as Category B Containers:

(a) the name of the collection depot described in Column 1 of Schedule 1 of this Notice;

(b) the name of the proprietor of the depot identified in Column 3 of Schedule 1 of this Notice; and

(c) the location of the depot described in Columns 4-6 of Schedule 1 of this Notice.

(ii) Conditions of Approval:

Impose the following conditions of these approvals:

(a) If the Approval Holder’s name or postal address (or both) changes, then the approval holder must inform the Authority in writing, within 28 days of the change occurring.

(b) If the collection depot is sold to another party, the Approval Holder must inform the Authority in writing, within
28 days of settlement.

(c) The Approval Holder who wishes to cease operation of the depot shall notify the Authority in writing no less than
14 days from the date of closing.

(d) The Approval Holder, or a person acting on his or her behalf, must not pay a refund on, or seek reimbursement for, containers that the approval holder, or the person acting on his or her behalf, knows that they were not purchased in South Australia.

(e) The Approval Holder must ensure that prominent signage is displayed, detailing the offence and the penalties under Section 69 of the Act, for presenting interstate containers for refund.

Schedule 1


Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Column 4

Column 5

Column 6

Column 7

Depot Name

Company Name

Proprietors

Depot Location
Street


Depot Location
Suburb


Certificate of Title No. Volume/Folio No.

Collection
Area


Adelaide Plains Recycling

Algum Pty Ltd

Edward Stubing, Kathy Stubing

Section 332, Middle Beach Road

Two Wells

Vol. 5405, Folio 564

Southern

ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION ACT 1993



Approval of Category B Containers

I, ANDREA KAYE WOODS, Team Leader, Container Deposit Legislation and Delegate of the Environment Protection Authority (‘the Authority’), pursuant to Section 68 of the Environment Protection Act 1993 (SA) (‘the Act’) hereby:



Approval of Category B Containers:

Approve as Category B Containers, subject to the conditions in sub-clauses (1), (2), (3) and (4) below, each of the classes of containers identified by reference to the following matters described in the first 4 columns of Schedule 1 of this Notice which are sold in South Australia:



(a) the product which each class of containers shall contain;

(b) the size of the containers;

(c) the type of containers; and

(d) the name of the holders of these approvals.

(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.

(2) The holder of the approval must have in place an effective and appropriate waste management arrangement in relation to containers of that class. For the purpose of this approval notice the company named in Column 5 of Schedule 1 of this Notice is the nominated super collector.

(3) In the case of an approval in relation to Category B Containers that the waste management arrangement must require the holder of the approval to provide specified super collectors with a declaration in the form determined by the Authority in relation to each sale of such containers by the holder of the approval as soon as practicable after the sale.

(4) The holder of these approvals must ensure that if a sticker bearing the refund marking has been approved, and is applied to the container, then the sticker must not be placed on any portion of the opening mechanism or in any other place that would require complete or partial removal of the sticker before the contents may be consumed.

Schedule 1





Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Column 4

Column 5

Product Name

Container
Size (mL)


Container Type

Approval Holder

Collection
Arrangements

















WKD Apple Cider 4.5%

330

Glass

BDS Marketing

Marine Stores Ltd

V8 Smoothies Mango Peach Pear

750

Glass

Campbell Soups Australia

Statewide Recycling

V8 Smoothies Pineapple Passionfruit Banana

750

Glass

Campbell Soups Australia

Statewide Recycling

V8 Smoothies Pineapple Passionfruit Banana

300

Glass

Campbell Soups Australia

Statewide Recycling

V8 Smoothies Strawberry Raspberry Banana

750

Glass

Campbell Soups Australia

Statewide Recycling

V8 Smoothies Strawberry Raspberry Banana

300

Glass

Campbell Soups Australia

Statewide Recycling

Coca Cola Zero

500

Can—Aluminium

Coca Cola Amatil (Aust.) Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Mythos Hellenic Lager Beer 4.7%

330

Can—Aluminium

Coopers Brewery Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Monteiths Single Source Beer

330

Glass

Drinkworks

Marine Stores Ltd

Fullers Bengal Lancer Pale Ale

500

Glass

Empire Liquor

Statewide Recycling

Fullers Golden Pride

500

Glass

Empire Liquor

Statewide Recycling

George Gale Seafarers Ale

500

Glass

Empire Liquor

Statewide Recycling

Calci Yum Chocolate Flavour

250

HDPE

Fonterra Brands Australia Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Calci Yum Milk With Banana Flavour

250

HDPE

Fonterra Brands Australia Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Calci Yum Strawberry Flavour

250

HDPE

Fonterra Brands Australia Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Cruiser Bubbles Bubbly NZ Sauvignon Blanc 9%

275

Glass

Independent Distillers (Aust.) Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Cruiser Bubbles Bubbly NZ Sauvignon Blanc Lemon Lime 9%

275

Glass

Independent Distillers (Aust.) Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Cruiser Bubbles Bubbly NZ Sauvignon Blanc Strawberry 9%

275

Glass

Independent Distillers (Aust.) Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Red Bear Vodka Cosmo Vodka Cranberry Lime & Orange 4.5%

2 000

Cask—Cardboard Box and PE/Metal/ Polyester Bag

Independent Distillers (Aust.) Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Red Bear Vodka Long Island Vodka Cola Lime & Orange 4.5%

2 000

Cask—Cardboard Box and PE/Metal/ Polyester Bag

Independent Distillers (Aust.) Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Kopparberg Elderflower & Lime Cider 4.0%

330

Glass

International Liquor Wholesalers

Marine Stores Ltd

Kopparberg Mixed Fruit Cider 4.0%

330

Glass

International Liquor Wholesalers

Marine Stores Ltd

Kopparberg Strawberry & Lime Cider 4.0%

330

Glass

International Liquor Wholesalers

Marine Stores Ltd

Sol Cerveza Importada 4.5%

940

Glass

International Liquor Wholesalers

Marine Stores Ltd

Radenska Ora Jaffa Orange

1 500

PET

Marco Polo Foods Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Lotte 2010 Peach Drink

350

PET

Nonstop Investment Pty Ltd
trading as Koreana Mart

Marine Stores Ltd

Lotte Lets Bin Coffee

175

Can—Aluminium

Nonstop Investment Pty Ltd
trading as Koreana Mart

Marine Stores Ltd

Lotte Sil Lon Tea

240

Can—Aluminium

Nonstop Investment Pty Ltd
trading as Koreana Mart

Marine Stores Ltd

UFC Coconut Drink With Pandanus Jelly

230

Can—Aluminium

Oriental Merchant Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Red Dragon Inn Organic Ginger Beer

600

PET

Red Dragon Inn

Statewide Recycling

Red Dragon Inn Organic Ginger Beer

350

PET

Red Dragon Inn

Statewide Recycling

Ya Coya Aloe Crush Original

1 500

PET

Rockman (Australia) Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Ya Coya Aloe Crush Sugar Free

1 500

PET

Rockman (Australia) Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Schweppes Elixir The Dark Mixer

300

Glass

Schweppes Australia Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Schweppes Lemonade

450

PET

Schweppes Australia Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Schweppes Natural Mineral Water

450

PET

Schweppes Australia Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Schweppes Natural Mineral Water Lemon & Lime

450

PET

Schweppes Australia Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Schweppes Natural Mineral Water Orange & Mango

450

PET

Schweppes Australia Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Schweppes Traditionals Brown Cream Soda

450

PET

Schweppes Australia Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Schweppes Traditionals Lime Flavour

450

PET

Schweppes Australia Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Schweppes Traditionals Raspberry Flavour

450

PET

Schweppes Australia Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Schweppes Traditionals Red Cream Soda

450

PET

Schweppes Australia Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Synergy Energy Drink

300

Can—Aluminium

Synergy Drinks Australia

Statewide Recycling

Synergy Multi Water Dragonfruit

600

PET

Synergy Drinks Australia

Statewide Recycling

Synergy Multi Water Orange

600

PET

Synergy Drinks Australia

Statewide Recycling

Synergy Multi Water Pomegranate Berry

600

PET

Synergy Drinks Australia

Statewide Recycling

Wot Tha? Caramel Marvel

250

PET

Synergy Drinks Australia

Statewide Recycling

Wot Tha? Choc Shock

250

PET

Synergy Drinks Australia

Statewide Recycling

Wot Tha? Moreberry Strawberry

250

PET

Synergy Drinks Australia

Statewide Recycling

Wot Tha? Vanilla Thrilla

250

PET

Synergy Drinks Australia

Statewide Recycling

Crumpton Oaks Cider

500

Can—Aluminium

The Beer and Cider Company

Statewide Recycling

Crumpton Oaks Pear Cider

500

Can—Aluminium

The Beer and Cider Company

Statewide Recycling

Thatchers Green Goblin Cider

500

Glass

The Beer and Cider Company

Statewide Recycling

Vok Cocktail Cosmopolitan 6%

2 000

Cask—Cardboard Box and PE/Metal/ Polyester Bag

Vok Beverages Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Vok Cocktail Lime Mojito 6%

2 000

Cask—Cardboard Box and PE/Metal/ Polyester Bag

Vok Beverages Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Vok Cocktail Pina Colada 6%

2 000

Cask—Cardboard Box and PE/Metal/ Polyester Bag

Vok Beverages Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

FISHERIES MANAGEMENT ACT 2007: SECTION 79

TAKE note that the notice made under Section 79 of the Fisheries Management Act 2007, dated 5 April 2011, referring to fishing pursuant to a Spencer Gulf Prawn Fishery Licence, from 1900 hours on 6 April 2011 to 0600 hours on 11 April 2011, is hereby revoked.

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 pages 2-3, being the fifth notice on page 2, referring to the Spencer Gulf Prawn Fishery, is hereby varied such that it will not be unlawful for a person fishing pursuant to a Spencer Gulf Prawn Fishery Licence to use prawn trawl nets in the areas specified in Schedule 1, under the conditions specified in Schedule 2, during the period specified in Schedule 3.

Schedule 1

The waters of the Spencer Gulf Prawn Fishery that are:

1. Contained within and bounded by the following
co-ordinates: Commencing at latitude 3346.00S, longitude 13744.00E, then to position latitude 3337.00S, longitude 13733.00E, then to position latitude 3347.00S, longitude 13730.00E, then to position latitude 3349.00S, longitude 13734.00E, then to position latitude 3352.00S, longitude 13732.00E, then to position latitude 3356.00S, longitude 13739.00E.

2. South of the following co-ordinates: Commencing at latitude 3405.00S, longitude 13735.00E, then to position latitude 3358.00S, longitude 13723.00E, then to position latitude 3354.50S, longitude 13726.50E, then to position latitude 3350.50S, longitude 13720.50E, then to position latitude 3353.00S, longitude 13712.00E, then to position latitude 3358.00S, longitude 13715.00E, then to position latitude 3407.00S, longitude 13658.00E, then to position latitude 3438.00S, longitude 13658.00E, then to position latitude 3438.00S, longitude 13631.00E, then to position latitude 3404.50S, longitude 13649.50E, then to position latitude 3353.00S, longitude 13637.00E.

Except those waters contained within and bounded by the following co-ordinates adjacent to Wardang Island: Commencing at latitude 3410.00S, longitude 13728.00E, then to position latitude 3421.00S, longitude 13712.00E, then to position latitude 3445.00S, longitude 13715.00E, then to position latitude 3454.00S, 13701.00E, then to the position of commencement.

Schedule 2

No fishing activity may be undertaken between 0600 hours and 1900 hours on any day during the period of this notice.

Schedule 3

From 1900 hours on 6 April 2011 to 0600 hours on 11 April 2011.

Dated 6 April 2011.

C. Noell, Prawn Fisheries Manager

FISHERIES MANAGEMENT ACT 2007: SECTION 79

TAKE note that the notice made under Section 79 of the Fisheries Management Act 2007, dated 1 April 2011 and published in the South Australian Government Gazette, dated 7 April 2011, on page 964, being the second notice on that page, referring to fishing pursuant to a West Coast Fishery Licence from 1930 hours on
3 April 2011 to 0600 hours on 9 April 2011, is hereby revoked.

Dated 7 April 2011.



C. Noell, Prawn Fisheries Manager
FISHERIES MANAGEMENT ACT 2007: SECTION 79

TAKE note that the notice made under Section 79 of the Fisheries Management Act 2007, dated 6 April 2011, referring to the Spencer Gulf Prawn Fishery, is hereby revoked.

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 pages 2-3, being the fifth notice on page 2, referring to the Spencer Gulf Prawn Fishery, is hereby varied such that it will not be unlawful for a person fishing pursuant to a Spencer Gulf Prawn Fishery Licence to use prawn trawl nets in the areas specified in Schedule 1, under the conditions specified in Schedule 2, during the period specified in Schedule 3.

Schedule 1

The waters of the Spencer Gulf Prawn Fishery that are:

1. Contained within and bounded by the following


co-ordinates: Commencing at latitude 3346.00S, longitude 13744.00E, then to position latitude 3337.00S, longitude 13733.00E, then to position latitude 3347.00S, longitude 13730.00E, then to position latitude 3349.00S, longitude 13734.40E, then to position latitude 3352.00S, longitude 13732.40E, then to position latitude 3356.00S, longitude 13739.00E.

2. South of the following co-ordinates: Commencing at latitude 3405.00S, longitude 13735.00E, then to position latitude 3357.90S, longitude 13722.75E, then to position latitude 3357.60S, longitude 13726.00E, then to position latitude 3350.60S, longitude 13720.30E, then to position latitude 3353.00S, longitude 13712.00E, then to position latitude 3358.00S, longitude 13715.00E, then to position latitude 3407.00S, longitude 13658.00E, then to position latitude 3438.00S, longitude 13658.00E, then to position latitude 3438.00S, longitude 13631.00E, then to position latitude 3404.50S, longitude 13649.50E, then to position latitude 3353.00S, longitude 13637.00E.

Except those waters contained within and bounded by the following co-ordinates adjacent to Wardang Island: Commencing at latitude 3410.00S, longitude 13728.00E, then to position latitude 3421.00S, longitude 13712.00E, then to position latitude 3445.00S, longitude 13715.00E, then to position latitude 3454.00S, 13701.00E, then to the position of commencement.

Schedule 2

No fishing activity may be undertaken between 0600 hours and 1900 hours on any day during the period of this notice.

Schedule 3

From 1900 hours on 8 April 2011 to 0600 hours on 11 April 2011.

Dated 8 April 2011.

C. Noell, Prawn Fisheries Manager

FISHERIES MANAGEMENT ACT 2007: SECTION 79

TAKE note that the notice made under Section 79 of the Fisheries Management Act 2007, dated 8 April 2011, referring to the Spencer Gulf Prawn Fishery, is hereby revoked.

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 pages 2-3, being the fifth notice on page 2, referring to the Spencer Gulf Prawn Fishery, is hereby varied such that it will not be unlawful for a person fishing pursuant to a Spencer Gulf Prawn Fishery Licence to use prawn trawl nets in the areas specified in Schedule 1, under the conditions specified in Schedule 2, during the period specified in Schedule 3.

Schedule 1

The waters of the Spencer Gulf Prawn Fishery that are:

1. Contained within and bounded by the following
co-ordinates: Commencing at latitude 3346.00S, longitude 13744.00E, then to position latitude 3337.00S, longitude 13733.00E, then to position latitude 3347.00S, longitude 13730.00E, then to position latitude 3349.20S, longitude 13734.40E, then to position latitude 3352.20S, longitude 13732.40E, then to position latitude 3356.00S, longitude 13739.00E.

2. South of the following co-ordinates: Commencing at latitude 3405.00S, longitude 13735.00E, then to position latitude 3357.90S, longitude 13722.75E, then to position latitude 3354.60S, longitude 13726.00E, then to position latitude 3350.60S, longitude 13720.30E, then to position latitude 3352.90S, longitude 13712.20E, then to position latitude 3357.90S, longitude 13715.20E, then to position latitude 3407.00S, longitude 13658.00E, then to position latitude 3438.00S, longitude 13658.00E, then to position latitude 3438.00S, longitude 13631.00E, then to position latitude 3404.50S, longitude 13649.50E, then to position latitude 3353.00S, longitude 13637.00E.

Except those waters contained within and bounded by the following co-ordinates adjacent to Wardang Island: Commencing at latitude 3410.00S, longitude 13728.00E, then to position latitude 3421.00S, longitude 13712.00E, then to position latitude 3445.00S, longitude 13715.00E, then to position latitude 3454.00S, 13701.00E, then to the position of commencement.

Schedule 2

No fishing activity may be undertaken between 0600 hours and 1900 hours on any day during the period of this notice.

Schedule 3

From 1900 hours on 9 April 2011 to 0600 hours on 11 April 2011.

Dated 9 April 2011.

C. Noell, Prawn Fisheries Manager

FISHERIES MANAGEMENT ACT 2007: SECTION 79

TAKE note that the notice made under Section 79 of the Fisheries Management Act 2007, dated 9 April 2011, referring to the Spencer Gulf Prawn Fishery, is hereby revoked.

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 pages 2-3, being the fifth notice on page 2, referring to the Spencer Gulf Prawn Fishery, is hereby varied such that it will not be unlawful for a person fishing pursuant to a Spencer Gulf Prawn Fishery Licence to use prawn trawl nets in the areas specified in Schedule 1, during the period specified in Schedule 2.

Schedule 1

The waters of the Spencer Gulf Prawn Fishery that are:

1. Contained within and bounded by the following
co-ordinates: Commencing at latitude 3346.30S, longitude 13744.00E, then to position latitude 3337.40S, longitude 13733.10E, then to position latitude 3346.90S, longitude 13730.25E, then to position latitude 3349.07S, longitude 13734.65E, then to position latitude 3352.12S, longitude 13732.65E, then to position latitude 3356.00S, longitude 13739.43E.

2. South of the following co-ordinates: Commencing at latitude 3405.00S, longitude 13735.00E, then to position latitude 3357.75S, longitude 13722.57E, then to position latitude 3354.60S, longitude 13725.75E, then to position latitude 3350.64S, longitude 13720.02E, then to position latitude 3352.85S, longitude 13712.50E, then to position latitude 3357.76S, longitude 13715.43E, then to position latitude 3407.00S, longitude 13658.00E, then to position latitude 3438.00S, longitude 13658.00E, then to position latitude 3438.00S, longitude 13631.00E, then to position latitude 3404.50S, longitude 13649.50E, then to position latitude 3353.00S, longitude 13637.00E.

Except those waters contained within and bounded by the following co-ordinates adjacent to Wardang Island: Commencing at latitude 3410.00S, longitude 13728.00E, then to position latitude 3421.00S, longitude 13712.00E, then to position latitude 3445.00S, longitude 13715.00E, then to position latitude 3454.00S, 13701.00E, then to the position of commencement.

Schedule 2

From 1900 hours on 10 April 2011 to 0600 hours on 11 April 2011.

Dated 10 April 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, Sarah Catalano of the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, North Terrace, University of Adelaide, S.A. 5005 (the ‘exemption holder’) or a person acting as her agent, is exempt from Section 79 of the Fisheries Management Act 2007, but only insofar as the exemption holder shall not be guilty of an offence when taking Giant Cuttlefish eggs (Sepia apama) from the waters specified in Schedule 1 (the ‘exempted activity’), subject to the conditions specified in Schedule 2, from 6 April 2011 until 3 April 2012, unless varied or revoked earlier.

Schedule 1

False Bay, near Whyalla: All waters of Spencer Gulf enclosed by a line from the lighthouse at Point Lowly to the southern end of the Point Bonython jetty, then in a south-westerly direction to the eastern most point of the BHP jetty (latitude 330212.63S, longitude 137361.98E) near Whyalla, then to high water mark at the base of the jetty, then following the high water mark along the shoreline in an easterly direction back to the lighthouse at Point Lowly.

Schedule 2

1. A maximum of 500 eggs can be taken pursuant to this exemption.

2. The specimens collected pursuant to the exemption notice can only be used for research purposes and the eggs and hatchlings


(if applicable), must not be sold.

3. The exemption holder or a person acting as an agent must notify PIRSA Fishwatch on 1800 065 522 at least two hours prior to conducting the exempted activity and answer a series of questions about the exempted activity. The exemption holder will need to have a copy of the exemption notice 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 boats involved, the number of agents undertaking the exempted activity and other related questions. Exemption No. 9902422.

4. The exemption holder must provide a written report to the Executive Director, Fisheries and Aquaculture (G.P.O. Box 1625, Adelaide, S.A. 5001) within seven days of the completion of each collection made pursuant to this exemption, providing details of the numbers, location, time and conditions of the collection.

5. While engaged in the exempted activity the exemption holder or agent must be in possession of a copy of this notice and such a notice must be produced to a PIRSA Fisheries 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 6 April 2011.



Professor M. Doroudi, Executive Director, Fisheries and Aquaculture

GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES ACT 1991



Notice to Alter the Name of a Place Pursuant to Section 6 (c)

NOTICE is hereby given that, I, Patrick Conlon, Minister for Infrastructure, Minister of the Crown to whom the administration of the Geographical Names Act 1991 is committed, DO HEREBY alter the name of the bridge currently designated as The Tom ‘Diver’ Derrick Bridge as




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