Aboriginal Land Regulation 2011


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Aboriginal Land Regulation 2011

Part 1 Preliminary

1Short title

This regulation may be cited as the Aboriginal Land Regulation 2011.

2Commencement

This regulation commences immediately after the commencement of the Aboriginal Land and Torres Strait Islander Land and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2011, section 90.

3Definitions

The dictionary in schedule 5 defines particular words used in this regulation.

Part 2 Provisions about land trusts

Division 1 Members of land trusts

4Payments to members

A member may be paid an amount equal to expenses reasonably incurred, or to be incurred, in the performance of the member’s functions under the Act or this regulation.

5Land trust to indemnify members

A land trust must indemnify all its members engaged in giving effect to the Act or this regulation against all proceedings and claims in relation to—
(a)acts done, or omitted to be done, by the member without negligence under the Act; and
(b)acts done, or omitted to be done, by the member in good faith and without negligence purportedly for the purposes of the Act or this regulation.

6Immunity of members

(1)A member—
(a)is chargeable only for amounts and securities actually received even though the member signed a receipt for the amount or security; and
(b)is answerable and accountable only for the member’s own acts, receipts, neglects or defaults.
(2)Without limiting subsection (1), a member is not answerable or accountable for—
(a)the acts, receipts, neglects or defaults of another member or the land trust; or
(b)the acts, receipts, neglects or defaults of a bank, broker or other person with whom trust property is deposited; or
(c)the insufficiency or deficiency of any securities or another loss unless the insufficiency, deficiency or loss happens because of the member’s default.

7Protection about notice when a person is a member of more than 1 land trust

A person who is a member of more than 1 land trust is not, in the absence of fraud, to be affected by notice of any instrument, fact or thing in relation to a particular land trust if the person receives the notice merely because of the person’s membership of another land trust.

8Chairperson, deputy chairperson and secretary—appointment

A land trust must appoint—
(a)a member as the chairperson of the land trust; and
(b)if there is more than 1 member—a member as the deputy chairperson of the land trust; and
(c)if there are more than 2 members—a member as the secretary of the land trust.

s 8 amd 2013 SL No. 137 s 3

9Acting as chairperson, secretary or in another executive office

(1)The deputy chairperson may act as the chairperson during—
(a)a vacancy in the office of chairperson; or
(b)any period when the chairperson is absent from duty or from the State or, for any reason, can not perform the duties of the office of chairperson.
(2)Any member of a land trust may act as the secretary during—
(a)a vacancy in the office of secretary; or
(b)any period when the secretary is absent from duty or from the State or, for any reason, can not perform the duties of the office of secretary.
(3)Any member of a land trust may act in another executive office of the land trust during—
(a)a vacancy in the office; or
(b)any period when the holder of the office is absent from duty or from the State or, for any reason, can not perform the duties of the office.

10Resignation of members

(1)A member of a land trust may resign by signed notice of resignation given to the land trust.
(2)The resignation does not take effect until it is accepted by the land trust.

Division 2 Rules of land trusts

Subdivision 1 Adoption of rules

11Adoption of rules

(1)A land trust must adopt rules governing the land trust (adopted rules).
(2)A land trust must adopt its first rules as soon as practicable after it comes into existence.
(3)Within 28 days after a land trust adopts its first rules, adopts changes to its adopted rules or adopts new rules, the land trust must give the chief executive a copy of its adopted rules.
(4)If there is an inconsistency between subdivision 2 or 3 and a land trust’s adopted rules, the subdivision prevails to the extent of the inconsistency.

s 11 amd 2013 SL No. 137 s 4

12Content of adopted rules

The adopted rules of a land trust must include provision for the following—
(a)the establishment, membership and functions of the land trust’s executive committee;
(b)the process for decision-making by the land trust and its committees;
(c)the creation of the land trust’s executive offices and the procedure for filling the offices;
(d)the appointment of a person to act in the position of a member of the executive committee when the member is, or is to be, absent;
(e)the procedure for settling disputes between the land trust and its members;
(f)the frequency of meetings of the executive committee, and how the meetings are to be held;
(g)the way the land trust’s general meetings are to be called and held;
(h)requirements for managing trust property, including requirements for the following—
(i)keeping records of the land trust’s transactions;
(ii)procedures for authorising payments, and for making payments, out of the land trust’s funds;
(iii)keeping control over trust property;
(iv)procedures for incurring liabilities by or for the land trust;
(i)the procedure for adopting changes to the adopted rules of the land trust and for adopting new rules.

s 12 amd 2013 SL No. 137 s 5

Subdivision 2 Rules about proxies

13Definition for sdiv 2

In this subdivision—
meeting, of a land trust, means—
(a)a general meeting of the land trust; or
(b)a meeting of the executive committee of the land trust.

14Application of sdiv 2

This subdivision applies to a land trust unless, under its adopted rules, the appointment of proxies for a meeting of the land trust is not permitted.

15Appointing proxy

(1)A person who is entitled to attend and cast a vote at a meeting of the land trust may appoint an individual to attend and vote for the person at the meeting.
(2)An appointment of a proxy is valid if—
(a)it is signed by the person making the appointment, or otherwise authenticated in a way the land trust considers appropriate; and
(b)it includes the following information—
(i)the person’s name;
(ii)the proxy’s name;
(iii)the meeting at which the appointment may be used.
(3)An appointment may state the way the proxy is to vote on a particular resolution.
(4)In this section—
individual means an individual who is—
(a)a member of the land trust; or
(b)an Aboriginal person particularly concerned with the land held by the land trust.

16When appointment of proxy is effective

The appointment of a proxy for a meeting of the land trust is effective only if the proxy’s appointment is received by the land trust before the meeting starts.

17Counting proxies for quorum

(1)In deciding whether a quorum is present at a meeting of the land trust, an individual attending the meeting as a proxy is counted.
(2)However, if a person has appointed more than 1 proxy for a particular meeting, only 1 of the proxies is counted.
(3)If an individual is attending a particular meeting both as a member of the land trust and as a proxy for 1 or more persons, the individual is counted only twice.
(4)If an individual who is not a member of the land trust is attending a particular meeting as a proxy for 1 or more persons, the individual is counted only once.

Subdivision 3 Rule about filling executive offices

sdiv hdg prev sdiv 3 hdg om 2013 SL No. 137 s 6

pres sdiv 3 hdg (prev sdiv 4 hdg) renum 2013 SL No. 137 s 7

18[Repealed]

s 18 om 2013 SL No. 137 s 6

19[Repealed]

s 19 om 2013 SL No. 137 s 6

20When election of members of executive committee must be held

(1)This section applies to a land trust if the land trust’s total income from all sources for a financial year is more than $20,000.
(2)The land trust must, within 2 years after the end of the financial year, hold an election of members of the land trust to elect the members of its executive committee.

21[Repealed]

s 21 om 2013 SL No. 137 s 8

Division 3 Trust property

div hdg prev div 3 hdg om 2013 SL No. 137 s 8

pres div 3 hdg (prev div 4 hdg) renum 2013 SL No. 137 s 9

21[Repealed]

s 21 om 2013 SL No. 137 s 8

22Property to be held on trust

A land trust is to hold, invest, use and distribute trust property—
(a)for the benefit of the Aboriginal people for whose benefit the land trust holds the trust property; and
(b)in compliance with the Act and this regulation.

23Powers in relation to trust property

(1)The land trust may exercise the powers that an owner of real or personal property can exercise in relation to the owner’s real or personal property.
(2)Subsection (1) is subject to the Act and this regulation.

24Funds to be invested under Trusts Act 1973

(1)A land trust may invest trust property only under the Trusts Act 1973, section 21.
(2)All trust property is to be invested in the name of the land trust.

25Staff and consultants, and members’ expenses, to be paid from trust property

(1)The cost of employing staff or engaging consultants to assist a land trust may be paid out of the trust property of the land trust.
(2)Amounts to be paid to members under section 4 may be paid out of the trust property of the land trust.

26Application of insurance money

(1)An amount received or receivable under a policy of insurance for the loss or damage to trust property held, owned or leased by a land trust is part of the capital of the trust property.
(2)The whole or a part of the amount received or receivable may also be applied by the land trust (and is to be applied if ordered by the Supreme Court) in rebuilding, reinstating, replacing or repairing the property lost or damaged.

Division 4 Accounts, annual financial statements and audit requirements

div hdg (prev div 5 hdg) renum 2013 SL No. 137 s 9

27Accounts

(1)A land trust must establish the accounts necessary or convenient for its operation as a land trust.
(2)The land trust must ensure its accounts are kept properly.

28Annual financial statement

(1)A land trust must, by 30 September each year, prepare and adopt an annual financial statement for the financial year most recently ended, if the land trust’s total income from all sources for that financial year is more than $20,000.
(2)If a land trust prepares and adopts an annual financial statement under subsection (1), the land trust must, by 31 December in the year it is adopted, give the chief executive—
(a)a copy of the statement; and
(b)a declaration, in the approved form, about the financial operation of the land trust for the financial year.
(3)Each annual financial statement prepared under this section must include the following—
(a)a balance sheet;
(b)a profit and loss statement;
(c)other information or documents the land trust considers relevant to the financial operation of the land trust.

29Audit requirements

(1)A land trust must have its accounts audited for each financial year by a person who is—
(a)a member of CPA Australia who is entitled to use the letters ‘CPA’ or ‘FCPA’; or
(b)a member of The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia who is entitled to use the letters ‘CA’ or ‘FCA’; or
(c)a member of the Institute of Public Accountants who is entitled to use the letters ‘MIPA’ or ‘FIPA’; or
(d)a person approved in writing by the chief executive as having the necessary skills and experience for conducting the audit.
(2)The land trust must ensure the audit is completed, and it receives the audit report, by 30 November in the financial year after the financial year for which the accounts are audited.
(3)The land trust must give the chief executive a copy of the audit report by 31 December in the financial year after the financial year for which the accounts are audited.
(4)Despite subsections (1) to (3), a land trust is not required to have its accounts audited for a financial year if the land trust’s total income from all sources for the financial year is not more than $20,000.

s 29 amd 2011 SL No. 190 s 3

Division 5 General meetings

div hdg (prev div 6 hdg) renum 2013 SL No. 137 s 9

30Holding general meetings

(1)A land trust must hold an annual general meeting as soon as practicable after the end of each financial year.
(2)However, a land trust need not hold a meeting under subsection (1) if—
(a)the land trust’s total income from all sources for the financial year is not more than $20,000; and
(b)the land trust was not required, under its rules, to hold an election in the financial year for members of its executive committee; and
(c)the executive committee of the land trust considers there are no items of business for an annual general meeting.
(3)A land trust may hold a special general meeting at any time.
(4)A general meeting must be called and held in the way required under the rules of the land trust.
(5)Subsection (4) is subject to section 31.

31Chief executive may call general meeting

(1)This section applies if—
(a)at least 3 members of a land trust ask the chief executive in writing to call a general meeting of the land trust; and
(b)the chief executive is satisfied—
(i)the holding of the meeting is for a purpose relevant to the land trust; and
(ii)it is appropriate in the circumstances to hold the meeting.
(2)The chief executive may, by written notice given to the land trust and each member of the land trust, call a general meeting of the land trust.
(3)The chief executive, or another person approved by the chief executive, is the chairperson of the meeting.
(4)The quorum for the meeting is—
(a)the number of members, decided by the chief executive before the meeting is held, that the chief executive considers appropriate in the circumstances; or
(b)if paragraph (a) does not apply—3 members.

32Material to be given to chief executive

(1)As soon as practicable after a land trust holds an annual general meeting after the end of a financial year, it must give the chief executive—
(a)a copy of the minutes of the meeting; and
(b)a compliance statement for the financial year; and
(c)the names and addresses of all the current members of the land trust; and
(d)the name of each member of the land trust’s executive committee, and the position held by the member; and
(e)a contact telephone number for the chairperson and secretary of the land trust; and
(f)the land trust’s address for the service of documents and a contact telephone number for the land trust.
(2)If, under section 30(2), a land trust need not hold an annual general meeting after the end of a financial year, the land trust must as soon as practicable after the end of the financial year give the chief executive—
(a)a compliance statement for the financial year; and
(b)the names and addresses of all the current members of the land trust; and
(c)the name of each member of the land trust’s executive committee, and the position held by the member; and
(d)a contact telephone number for the chairperson and secretary of the land trust; and
(e)the land trust’s address for the service of documents and a contact telephone number for the land trust.
(3)In this section—
compliance statement, for a financial year, means a statement in the approved form about a land trust’s compliance in the financial year with the obligations imposed on it under the Act and the rules of the land trust.

33Land trust to keep minutes of meetings

A land trust must keep minutes of its general meetings.

Division 6 Dissolution of land trust and transfer of trust property

div hdg (prev div 7 hdg) renum 2013 SL No. 137 s 9

34Dissolution of land trust if transferred land becomes granted land

(1)This section applies if—
(a)the whole of an area of transferred land becomes granted land; and
(b)a land trust was formed to hold the transferred land; and
(c)the Minister appoints an entity other than the land trust to hold the deed of grant for the granted land.
(2)The Minister must, by gazette notice, dissolve the land trust formed to hold the transferred land.
(3)When the land trust is dissolved, all its property, rights and liabilities become the property, rights and liabilities of the entity that holds the granted land.

35Transfer of property if part of transferred land becomes granted land

(1)This section applies if—
(a)a part of transferred land becomes granted land; and
(b)a land trust was formed to hold the transferred land; and
(c)the Minister appoints an entity other than the land trust (the new entity) to hold the deed of grant for the granted land.
(2)The Minister must by gazette notice—
(a)set out the description of the land as set out in the deed of grant held by the new entity; and
(b)state the property, rights and liabilities of the land trust that are to become the property, rights or liabilities of the new entity.
(3)On publication of the gazette notice, the stated property, rights and liabilities of the land trust become the property, rights and liabilities of the new entity.

Part 3 [Repealed]

pt 3 (s 36) om 2014 Act No. 45 s 28

36[Repealed]

pt 3 (s 36) om 2014 Act No. 45 s 28

Part 4 Mining royalties

37Prescribed percentage—Act, s 203

(1)For section 203(2) of the Act, the percentage of the royalty amount received in a financial year is—
(a)100% of each $1 of the royalty amount up to and including, but not more than, the threshold amount for paragraph (a); and
(b)50% of each $1 of the royalty amount that is more than the threshold amount for paragraph (a) but not more than the threshold amount for paragraph (b); and
(c)33.32% of each $1 of the royalty amount that is more than the threshold amount for paragraph (b) but not more than the threshold amount for paragraph (c); and
(d)20% of each $1 of the royalty amount that is more than the threshold amount for paragraph (c) but not more than the threshold amount for paragraph (d); and
(e)10% of each $1 of the royalty amount that is more than the threshold amount for paragraph (d).
(2)In this section—
consumer price index means the all groups consumer price index for Brisbane published by the Australian Statistician.
threshold amount
(a)for the financial year ending 30 June 2011—
(i)for paragraph (a), means $100,000; and
(ii)for paragraph (b), means $200,000; and
(iii)for paragraph (c), means $500,000; and
(iv)for paragraph (d), means $1,000,000; and
(b)for a later financial year—for paragraphs (a), (b), (c) and (d), means the threshold amount for the particular paragraph for the financial year immediately preceding the later financial year (the previous financial year) increased by the consumer price index for the previous financial year.

Part 5 Appeals to Land Appeal Court

38Application of pt 5

This part applies for section 233 of the Act.

39Starting appeal to Land Appeal Court

(1)A party to a proceeding before the Land Tribunal may appeal, or seek leave to appeal, against a decision of the tribunal mentioned in section 233 of the Act, by giving a written notice of appeal—
(a)to the registrar of the Land Appeal Court; and
(b)to all other parties to the proceeding before the tribunal or a party’s authorised agent; and
(c)to the registrar of the tribunal.
(2)The notice must be given no later than 42 days after the tribunal’s decision was given to the party.
(3)If—
(a)more than 5 Aboriginal people made the land claim the subject of the decision that is appealed against; or
(b)more than 5 other people have a common interest in the appeal;

the registrar of the Land Appeal Court may, on application by the party who is appealing, provide for substituted service as the registrar considers reasonable.

40Court may accept some noncompliance with s 39

(1)This section applies if a party to a proceeding before the Land Tribunal—
(a)complies with section 39, other than section 39(2), no later than 70 days after the tribunal’s decision was given to the party and the Land Appeal Court is satisfied the party’s reasons for the noncompliance are reasonable; or
(b)does not comply with section 39 because the party’s notice of appeal is defective and the Land Appeal Court decides the defect does not result in a detriment to the person on whom it was served and does not mislead the registrar of the Land Appeal Court.
(2)The party is taken to have complied with section 39 for the proceeding.

41Other parties may give notice of appearance

A person who—
(a)is given a notice of appeal; and
(b)is interested in the appeal;

may become a party to the appeal by giving the registrar of the Land Appeal Court a written notice of appearance no later than 30 days after the person was given the notice of appeal.

42Parties to prepare summary of arguments and of new evidence

(1)A party to an appeal must give the registrar of the Land Appeal Court, and any other party who has given a written notice of appearance, a written summary of—
(a)the arguments the party intends to make at the hearing of the appeal; and
(b)any new evidence the party intends to produce at the hearing of the appeal; and
(c)the names, addresses and occupations of the witnesses through whom it is proposed to adduce any new evidence.
(2)The written summary must be given at least 7 days before the day on which the hearing of the appeal is to start.
(3)Evidence not included in the summary under subsection (1) may be adduced at the hearing of the appeal only with the consent of the Land Appeal Court given on the terms as to costs and adjournments, and the conditions, the court considers appropriate.

43Legal representation

A party to an appeal may be represented by the party’s lawyer or agent.

44Forms for appeals

If a form for a type of court document is approved for use under the Land Court Rules 2000, a party to an appeal must use the form, with necessary changes, when the party is required to give a form of that type.

Part 6 Declarations

45Tidal land that is available State land—Act, s 27

For section 27(1) of the Act, the tidal land described in schedule 1 is declared to be available State land.

46Available State land that is transferable land—Act, s 10

For section 10(1)(e) of the Act, the available State land described in schedule 2 is declared to be transferable land.

47Available State land that is claimable land—Act, s 23

For section 23(1)(a) of the Act, the available State land described in schedule 3 is declared to be claimable land.

48Aboriginal reserve land—Act, s 12

For section 12(1) of the Act, it is declared that the land described in schedule 4 was, at the beginning of the enactment day, being used as an Aboriginal reserve or for the benefit of Aboriginal people.

Part 6A Protected areas in Cape York Peninsula Region

pt hdg ins 2018 SL No. 57 s 3

48APrescribed protected areas—Act, s 173

For section 173(4) of the Act, definition prescribed protected area, paragraph (b), a resources reserve stated in schedule 4A is prescribed.

Note—

Section 174 of the Act provides that prescribed protected areas in the Cape York Peninsula Region are transferable land.

s 48A ins 2018 SL No. 57 s 3

Part 7 Miscellaneous provisions

pt hdg amd 2013 SL No. 254 s 3

49References to plans

In schedules 1 to 4A, a reference to a plan is a reference to a plan held by, and available for inspection in, the department.

s 49 amd 2018 SL No. 57 s 4(1)

reloc 2018 SL No. 57 s 4(2)

50Application of provisions for particular land

(1)This section applies to land that—
(a)is granted under part 4 of the Act; and
(b)is held for the benefit of Aboriginal people and Torres Strait Islanders particularly concerned with the land, and their ancestors and descendants.
(2)Sections 15 and 22 apply in relation to the land—
(a)as if the reference in section 15(4), definition individual to an Aboriginal person particularly concerned with the land included a reference to a Torres Strait Islander particularly concerned with the land; and
(b)as if the reference in section 22(a) to Aboriginal people included a reference to Torres Strait Islanders.

s 50 amd 2014 Act No. 45 s 29

50AChange to boundaries of particular city—Act, s 28

For section 28(2) of the Act, the boundaries of the city of Redland as constituted under the Local Government Act 2009 are changed so the following lots are excluded—
(a)lot 9 on SP247475;
(b)lot 101 on SP303645;
(c)lot 11 on SP305447;
(d)lot 64 on SP304068;
(e)lot 4 on SP307583;
(f)lot 1 on SP304067;
(g)lot 3 on SP304067;
(h)lot 159 on SP292439;
(i)lot 63 on SP228351;
(j)lot 101 on SP299983.

Note—

For how the city is constituted under the Local Government Act 2009, see section 8(4) of that Act and the Local Government Regulation 2012, chapter 2, part 1 and schedule 1.

s 50A ins 2013 SL No. 254 s 4

sub 2018 SL No. 118 s 3

amd 2018 SL No. 170 s 3

50BLand for model freehold schedule

For section 32D(4) of the Act, freehold option land for which there is an interest holder on the commencement of this section is prescribed as a type of freehold option land.

s 50B ins 2014 Act No. 45 s 30

Part 8 Repeal and transitional provisions

Division 1 Repeal

51Repeal

The Aboriginal Land Regulation 1991, SL No. 218 is repealed.

Division 2 Transitional provisions

52Definition for div 2

In this division—
commencement means the day this division commences.

53Members of executive committee continue in office

(1)This section applies to a person who is the chairperson, deputy chairperson, secretary or other office holder on the executive committee of a land trust immediately before the commencement.
(2)On the commencement, the person continues as the chairperson, deputy chairperson, secretary or other office holder on the executive committee of the land trust.

54Land trust’s adopted rules continue

(1)This section applies to a land trust in existence immediately before the commencement.
(2)The adopted rules of the land trust under the repealed regulation are taken to be the land trust’s adopted rules under this regulation.

55Continuing operation of particular provisions of repealed regulation

(1)This section applies—
(a)to an Aboriginal land claim association incorporated under the repealed regulation and in existence immediately before the commencement; and
(b)until the day that is 3 years after the commencement; and
(c)despite the repeal of the repealed regulation.
(2)The following provisions of the repealed regulation continue in force for the purpose of the dissolution or winding-up of the association—
(a)section 2, to the extent it includes the following definitions—
(i)association;
(ii)land claim;
(iii)land claim purposes;
(iv)public officer;
(b)sections 16 to 18.
(3)If a provision that is continued in force under this section imposes an obligation on an entity or provides for an entity to take a particular action in relation to the dissolution or winding-up of an Aboriginal land claim association, while the provision is continued in force—
(a)the obligation continues to be imposed on the entity; and
(b)the entity may take the action.

56Chief executive may dissolve Aboriginal land claim associations

(1)This section applies—
(a)to an Aboriginal land claim association incorporated under the repealed regulation and in existence on the commencement; and
(b)until the day that is 3 years after the commencement; and
(c)if the chief executive is satisfied the association is no longer needed for land claim purposes.
(2)The chief executive may give the association a written notice stating—
(a)the chief executive intends to dissolve the association; and
(b)the reason for the proposed dissolution; and
(c)that the association may make written representations to the chief executive about the proposed dissolution; and
(d)the reasonable period, of at least 3 months, in which the representations may be made.
(3)The chief executive must consider all representations made under subsection (2).
(4)If, after considering all representations made under subsection (2), the chief executive is satisfied the association is no longer needed for land claim purposes, the chief executive may, by gazette notice, dissolve the association.
(5)The dissolution of the association has effect on the day the gazette notice is published.
(6)If the association is dissolved under this section, the assets and liabilities of the association vest in the State.

Schedule 1 Tidal land that is available State land

section 45

1tidal land in lot 92 on SP224298, County of Solander, Parish of Alexandra
2lot 32 on SP189950, County of Norman, Parish of Kimberley
3tidal land in lot 88 on SP252494, County of Solander, Parish of Whyanbeel

sch 1 amd 2011 SL No. 282 s 4; 2015 SL No. 26 s 3

Schedule 2 Available State land that is transferable land

section 46

1lot 2 on SP218859, County of Bauhinia, Parish of Bauhinia, area of 1.072ha
2lot 77 on SP218860, County of Bauhinia, Parish of Bauhinia, area of 5.755ha
3lot 2 on SP125433, County of Cardwell, Parish of Rockingham, area of 10.86ha
4lot 3 on SP171843, County of Cardwell, Parish of Rockingham, area of 10.43ha
5lot 2 on SP171837, County of Solander, Parish of Clerk, area of 2.362ha
6lot 3 on SP171837, County of Solander, Parish of Clerk, area of 1.454ha
7lot 372 on SP224308, counties of Banks and Solander, parishes of Gore, Monkhouse, Clerk and Phipps, area of 20,300ha
8lot 272 on SP224301, County of Solander, parishes of Bloomfield, Clerk, Noah, Tribulation and Alexandra, area of 33,490ha
9lots 2 and 3 on SP226636, County of Banks, Parish of Monkhouse, area of 77.98ha
10lot 60 on SP215750, County of Banks, parishes of Annan and Monkhouse, area of 1,010ha
11lots 53 and 100 on SP224327, County of Solander, Parish of Alexandra, area of 3,401.45ha
12lot 55 on SP224300, County of Solander, Parish of Clerk, area of 223.7ha
13lots 58 and 59 on SP204110, County of Solander, Parish of Whyanbeel, area of 353.65ha
14lots 65 and 99 on SP217464, County of Solander, Parish of Alexandra, area of 5.749ha
15lot 71 on SP224299, County of Solander, Parish of Dagmar, area of 3,163ha
16lot 172 on SP224303, County of Solander, Parish of Clerk, area of 148.2ha
17lot 74 on SP224314, County of Solander, Parish of Tribulation, area of 3.259ha
18lots 78 and 79 on SP215748, County of Solander, Parish of Phipps, area of 3.086ha
19lot 80 on SP224316, County of Solander, Parish of Tribulation, area of 5.867ha
20lots 81 and 220 on SP222583, County of Solander, Parish of Whyanbeel, area of 238.563ha
21lots 44 and 61 on SP224317, County of Solander, Parish of Whyanbeel, area of 46.289ha
22lot 92 on SP224298, County of Solander, Parish of Alexandra, area of 77.14ha
23lots 19 and 23 on SP224288, County of Solander, Parish of Whyanbeel, area of 57.25ha
24lot 226 on SP224320, County of Solander, Parish of Alexandra, area of 71.028ha
25lot 173 on BK15769, County of Solander, Parish of Alexandra, area of 79.217ha
26lot 272 on BK15780, County of Solander, Parish of Alexandra, area of 17.1874ha
27lots 165, 166 and 167 on N157119, County of Solander, Parish of Victory, area of 1.5478ha
28lot 33 on SR118, County of Solander, Parish of Alexandra, area of 43.68ha
29lot 141 on SP224302, County of Solander, Parish of Alexandra, area of 164.14ha
30lot 18 on BS18, County of Banks, Parish of Monkhouse, area of 1.214ha
31lot 157 on SP215738, County of Banks, Parish of Monkhouse, area of 9.082ha
32lot 32 on SP104237, County of Solander, Parish of Alexandra, area of 57.32ha
33lot 225 on SP215749, County of Solander, Parish of Dagmar, area of 1.634ha
34lot 34 on SP224319, County of Solander, Parish of Alexandra, area of 21.32ha
35lot 245 on SP219631, County of Solander, Parish of Alexandra, area of 0.8ha
36lot 246 on SP219632, County of Solander, Parish of Alexandra, area of 0.1406ha
37lot 32 on SP189950, County of Norman, Parish of Kimberley, area of 1,089.54ha
38lot 1 on SP241428, County of Elphinstone, Parish of Magnetic, area of 6.282ha
39lot 1 on SP143248, County of Murchison, Parish of Waverley, area of 21.85ha
40lot 1 on SP245945, County of Clinton, Parish of Auckland, area of 3.297ha
41lot 38 on SP247304, County of Cardwell, Parish of Rockingham, area of 27.93ha
42lot 2 on SP247308, County of Cardwell, Parish of Rockingham, area of 28.86ha
43lot 634 on SP247307, County of Cardwell, Parish of Rockingham, area of 10.7534ha
44lots 2, 4, 5 and 22 on SP241405, counties of Dulhunty, Shelburne and York, parishes of Bazley, Berney, Bethell, Blane, Boothby, Loftus, Lovaine, Suffield, Templemore, Thring and Trevor, area of 241,637ha
45lot 48 on SP142707, County of Torres, Parish of Port Kennedy, area of 62.81ha
46lots 131 and 132 on SP218277, County of Cardwell, Parish of Meunga, area of 2.1371ha
47lot 199 on SP252222, County of Nares, Parish of Hull, area of 11.7ha
48lots 341 and 646 on SP252229, County of Cardwell, Parish of Rockingham, area of 52.225ha
49lot 623 on SP241402, County of Pera, Parish of Urquhart, area of 533.3ha
50lot 624 on SP241403, County of Pera, Parish of Stanmore and Rosemead, area of 1,529ha
51lot 2 on SP241427, County of Weymouth, Parish of Weymouth, area of 1.526ha
52lot 37 on USL8141, County of Melville, Parish of Ninian, area of 1ha
53lots 17, 18 and 19 on ROP108, County of Roper, Parish of Burwood, area of 1.0926ha
54lots 10, 19, 23 and 37 on SP157919, County of Cook, Parish of Burrum, area of 188.922ha
55lot 9 on SP247475, County of Stanley, Parish of Stradbroke, area of 34.45ha
56lot 11 on CP897433, County of Orrery, Parish of Charleville, area of 30.81ha
57lot 13 on SP112767, County of Orrery, Parish of Charleville, area of 247ha
58lot 4 on MPH20728, County of Davenport, Parish of Charters Towers, area of 2.023ha
59lot 504 on MPH20441, County of Davenport, Parish of Charters Towers, area of 2.023ha
60lots 2 and 3 on SP252525, County of Somerset, Parish of Filmer, area of 1,055.595ha
61lots 131 and 139 on D1931, County of Kimberley, Parish of Duaringa, area of 0.4046ha
62lot 1 on SP252357, County of Nares, parishes of Gadgarra and Grafton, area of 6,626ha
63lots 2, 3, 4 and 5 on SP252357, County of Nares, Parish of Gadgarra, area of 11.0748ha
64lot 4579 on SP252529, County of Warner, parishes of Kalinga, Mulkay, Purre and Yacon, area of 38,070ha
65lot 4 on SP189951, County of Shelburne, Parish of Bowyer, area of 379.6ha
66lot 17 on SP189951, County of Shelburne, Parish of Grenville, area of 37,270ha
67lot 18 on SP189951, County of Shelburne, parishes of Boreel, Bowyer, Shelburne and Grenville, area of 60,030ha
68lot 20 on SP189951, County of Shelburne, parishes of Boreel and Bowyer, area of 14,100ha
69lot 3 on SP189937, County of Shelburne, Parish of Grenville, area of 6159ha
70lots 2 and 3 on SP247483, County of Deas Thompson, Parish of Langmorn, area of 9.988ha
71lot 7 on SP241432, County of Warner, parishes of Bunira, Culpin, Mena and Peringa, area of 51,250ha
72lot 21 on SP241432, counties of Balurga, Cootah, King and Warner, parishes of Bukali, Confur, Culpin, Cumbulla, Greenhow, Permana, Snainton, Thulma, Ukin and Woolpan, area of 173,200ha
73lot 10 on SP261207, counties of Balurga, Kalkah and Warner, parishes of Brougham, Calthorpe Camoys, Chaworth, Coleman, Culpin, Goathland, Greenhow, Harkness, Ingleby, Mungarda, Snainton and Ukin, area of 237,300ha
74lot 6 on SP262570, County of Warner, parishes of Dumoburro, Mena, Peringa, Permana, Purre and Wipella, area of 126,700ha
75lot 16 on SP262570, County of Warner, parishes of Dumoburro and Wipella, area of 45,180ha
76lot 193 on SP218277, County of Cardwell, Parish of Meunga, area of 73.64ha
77lot 151 on SP218280, County of Cardwell, Parish of Meunga, area of 0.9519ha
78lot 14 on SP252498, County of Banks, Parish of Monkhouse, area of 0.09ha
79lot 2 on SP252499, County of Solander, Parish of Clerk, area of 0.0104ha
80lot 6 on SP252500, County of Solander, Parish of Noah, area of 0.96ha
81lots 13 and 19 on SP252491, County of Solander, Parish of Whyanbeel, area of 7.632ha
82lot 88 on SP252494, County of Solander, Parish of Whyanbeel, area of 66.66ha
83lots 107, 202, 301, 302, 303, 304, 305, 306, 307, 308, 310, 311, 503, 511, 513 and 518 on SR828, County of Solander, Parish of Tribulation, area of 3.8874ha
84lot 201 on SP251529, County of Solander, Parish of Tribulation, area of 1.829ha
85lot 6 on SP139712, County of Solander, Parish of Tribulation, area of 16.1256ha
86lot 8 on SP262590, County of Somerset, Parish of Seymour, area of 1,159ha
87lot 55 on SP189941, County of Banks, parishes of McIvor, Melsonby, Pickersgill, Pryde and Tupia, area of about 52,100ha
88lot 208 on SP252510, County of Banks, Parish of McIvor, area of 1,832ha
89lot 214 on plan C157271, County of Banks, Parish of Pryde, area of about 134.76ha
90lot 232 on plan C157324, County of Banks, Parish of Pryde, area of about 135.57ha
91lot 203 on plan C157350, County of Banks, Parish of McIvor, area of 500.394ha
92lot 4 on SP104582, area of 4.185ha
93lot 66 on SP266612, area of 9,711m2
94lot 7957 on SP271425, area of 0.4041ha
95lot 3 on SP271424, area of 10.81ha
96lot 3 on SP288847, area of 16,490ha
97lot 24 on SP288847, area of 20,220ha
98lot 7 on MRY27, area of 2.365ha
99lot 3 on DK3, area of 23.067ha
100lot 3 on DK12, area of 200.825ha
101lot 49 on SP157921, area of 79.33ha
102lot 602 on SP266616, area of 4,041ha
103lots 152, 153 and 154 on SP288864, area of 160,730ha
104lots 4 and 5 on SP288851, area of 261.3ha
105lot 3 on AP22755, area of 33.1ha
106lot 1 on AP22757, area of 16.4ha
107lots 2 and 4 on AP23099, area of 28.349ha
108lot 9 on AP22756, area of 5.16ha
109lot 11 on AP22758, area of 2.03ha
110lot 7 on AP23098 , area of 43.2ha
111lots 1 to 4 and 6 on AP23102, area of 10,845.8ha
112lot 7 on AP23104, area of 15,400ha
113lots 1 to 3 on AP23105, area of 7,469.16ha
114lot 1 on AP23106, area of 6,750ha
115lots 1 to 5 on SP269694, area of 21.36ha
116lot 4 on SP292288 , area of 4.24ha
117lot 1 on AP15618, area of about 4.9ha
118lot 3 on plan JD8 (other than lots 9 and 10 on AP22756, lot 11 on AP22758, lot 7 on AP23098, lot 8 on AP23100, lot 6 on AP23101, lots 1 to 6 on AP23102, lot 7 on AP23104, lots 1 to 3 on AP23105 and lots 1 and 2 on AP23107), lot 1 on SP288875, lot 2 on SP288876 and lots 3 to 5 on SP296927, area of about 91,647.565ha
119lot 1 on plan SO806056 (other than lots 1 and 2 on AP23106), area of about 14,439.4ha
120lot 10 on SP260562, area of 156.4ha
121lot 37 on SP260565, area of 2.605ha
122lot 101 on SP303645, area of 370.364ha
123lot 11 on SP305447, area of 3.239ha
124lot 64 on SP304068, area of 246.9ha
125lot 4 on SP307583, area of 6.76ha
126lot 1 on SP304067, area of 5.193ha
127lot 3 on SP304067, area of 324.6901ha
128lot 159 on SP292439, area of 434.9ha
129lot 63 on SP228351, area of 153.3ha
130lot 101 on SP299983, area of 37.97ha

sch 2 amd 2011 SL No. 282 s 5; 2012 SL No. 66 s 3; 2012 SL No. 67 s 3; 2012 SL No. 173 s 3; 2012 SL No. 233 s 3; 2013 SL No. 20 s 3; 2013 SL No. 51 s 3; 2013 SL No. 62 s 3; 2013 SL No. 142 s 3; 2013 SL No. 147 s 3; 2013 SL No. 254 s 5; 2013 SL No. 299 s 3; 2014 SL No. 25 s 3; 2014 SL No. 36 s 3; 2014 SL No. 62 s 3; 2014 SL No. 153 s 3; 2014 SL No. 205 s 3; 2014 SL No. 235 s 3; 2014 SL No. 241 s 3; 2014 SL No. 288 s 3; 2015 SL No. 26 s 4; 2015 SL No. 115 s 3; 2015 SL No. 174 s 3; 2016 SL No. 45 s 3; 2016 SL No. 102 s 3; 2016 SL No. 130 s 3; 2016 SL No. 166 s 3; 2017 SL No. 35 s 3; 2017 SL No. 51 s 3; 2017 SL No. 63 s 3; 2017 SL No.188 s 3; 2017 SL No. 202 s 3; 2018 SL No. 118 s 4; 2018 SL No. 170 s 4

Schedule 3 Available State land that is claimable land

section 47

1Land contained in lot 17 on plan NPW627 situated in the counties of Gregory, Mueller and Morstone, containing an area of about 282,000ha and known as Lawn Hill National Park.

Schedule 4 Aboriginal reserve land

section 48

1R2048 (Reserve for scenic (bora ground) purposes), being lot 193 on plan SL4360, County of Stanley, Parish of Samford, area of 1.985ha

Schedule 4A Prescribed protected areas

section 48A

Name

Description

Olkola (Kurrumbila) Resources Reserve 1

Lot 20 on SP241432, containing an area of 103,600ha

sch 4A ins 2018 SL No. 57 s 5

Schedule 5 Dictionary

section 3

adopted rules, of a land trust, see section 11(1).
commencement, for part 8, division 2, see section 52.
general meeting means an annual general meeting or special general meeting.
land claim means a claim under the Act for claimable land.
meeting, for part 2, division 2, subdivision 2, see section 13.
rules, of a land trust, means the rules of the land trust as in force from time to time.
total income, for a land trust in a financial year, does not include any amount it receives by way of a grant, if expenditure of the grant is accounted for by the land trust under financial reporting and acquittance requirements provided for under the terms of the grant.