Marine Parks (Moreton Bay) Zoning Plan 2019


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Marine Parks (Moreton Bay) Zoning Plan 2019

Part 1 Preliminary

Division 1 General

1Short title

(1)This zoning plan may be cited as the Marine Parks (Moreton Bay) Zoning Plan 2019.
(2)This zoning plan may also be cited as the Moreton Bay Marine Park Zoning Plan.

2Commencement

This plan commences on 1 September 2019.

3Application of plan

This plan applies to the Moreton Bay Marine Park as mentioned in the Marine Parks (Declaration) Regulation 2006, section 8 and described in schedule 1 of that regulation (the marine park).

Division 2 Interpretation

4Definitions

(1)The dictionary in schedule 5 defines particular words used in this plan.
(2)Subject to subsection (1), and unless this plan provides otherwise, words used in this plan have the meaning given under the Marine Parks Regulation 2017.

5References to latitudes and longitudes

The latitudes and longitudes used to describe an area mentioned in this plan are worked out using the Geocentric Datum of Australia, commonly called ‘GDA94’, notified in the Commonwealth of Australia Gazette No. GN 35 on 6 September 1995, at page 3,369.

Part 2 Requirements for particular applications for permissions

6Matters chief executive must consider for applications for permission

(1)This section applies in relation to an application for a permission, under the Marine Parks Regulation 2017, part 3, to enter or use a zone in the marine park.
(2)The chief executive must consider the following for the application—
(a)whether the proposed entry to or use of the zone will have an unacceptable environmental impact on the zone;
(b)whether the proposed entry to or use of the zone is consistent with the maintenance of the biological diversity and ecological functioning of the marine park;
(c)whether the proposed entry to or use of the zone will cause a loss of vegetation essential to the natural productivity of the marine park;
(d)whether the proposed entry to or use of the zone will prejudice the natural amenity and condition of the marine park;
(e)any effect the proposed entry to or use of the zone will have on the environment as a result of the marine park’s natural hydrological pattern or natural coastal processes;
(f)the cumulative impact on the marine park of the proposed entry to or use of the zone and any other entry to or use of the marine park, particularly the cumulative impact of small-scale developments for which an EIS is not required;

Examples of small-scale developments—

installing a boat ramp or jetty
laying a stormwater or discharge pipe
(g)the effect of the proposed entry to or use of the zone on—
(i)shorebirds, particularly international migratory species of shorebird; and
(ii)the need to protect shorebirds and the habitat of shorebirds;
(h)if the proposed entry to or use of the zone involves the entry to or use of a designated area—the objects to be achieved for the area.
(3)Subsection (2) does not limit the matters the chief executive must have regard to under the Marine Parks Regulation 2017, part 3 in considering the application.

Note—

See the Marine Parks Regulation 2017, part 3 for other matters the chief executive must and may have regard to in considering an application for a permission.
(4)Despite subsection (2), if the purpose of the proposed entry to or use of the zone is to carry out major works that are inconsistent with the objects to be achieved for the general use zone or the habitat protection zone, the chief executive need not consider the matters mentioned in subsection (2)(a) to (d).
(5)In this section—
international migratory species, of shorebird, means a species of shorebird that has travelled from a location outside Australia.

Part 3 Zones

Division 1 Preliminary

7Relationship with pts 4, 5 and 8

This part is subject to parts 4, 5 and 8.

8Zones generally

(1)The following zones are established for the marine park—
(a)general use zone;
(b)habitat protection zone;
(c)conservation park zone;
(d)marine national park zone.

Note—

The zones are listed in ascending order of the level of protection given to them under this plan.
(2)The boundaries of the areas comprising each zone are described in schedule 1.
(3)For this plan, if the boundaries of 2 zones described in schedule 1 overlap, the area of the overlap is taken to be part of the zone with the higher level of protection under this plan.

Notes—

1To help users of this plan, an indicative map showing all of the zones is available for inspection on the department’s website.
2The indicative map is not applied, adopted or incorporated by this plan.

Division 2 General use zone

9Objects for general use zone

The objects to be achieved for the general use zone are the objects stated in the Marine Parks Regulation 2017, schedule 1, section 1.

10Entry or use of general use zone without permission

A person may enter or use an area in the general use zone without a permission for any of the following purposes—
(a)to carry out a low impact activity not involving fishing or collecting;
(b)to carry out fishing or collecting of any of the following types—
(i)bait gathering;
(ii)crabbing;
(iii)for a relevant accredited harvest fishery—fishing or collecting under the fishery’s accreditation;
(iv)limited collecting;
(v)limited spearfishing;
(vi)line fishing;
(vii)netting, including bait netting;
(viii)trawling;
(ix)trolling;
(c)to carry out a traditional use of marine resources that—
(i)includes another activity mentioned in this section; or
(ii)is carried out under an accredited traditional use of marine resources agreement;
(d)to carry out a limited media activity;
(e)to carry out limited impact research (extractive), or limited impact research (non-extractive), for an accredited educational institution or accredited research institution under the institution’s accreditation;
(f)to conduct a limited educational program;
(g)to operate an aircraft at an altitude of—
(i)more than 500ft; or
(ii)500ft or less to take off from, or land at, a place outside the marine park;
(h)to navigate a vessel, other than a managed vessel, if equipment usually used for an activity involving fishing or collecting is stowed or secured when the vessel is in an area of the zone in which the use of the equipment is not authorised under the Act.

11Entry or use of general use zone with permission

(1)A person may enter or use an area in the general use zone with a permission for any of the following purposes—
(a)to carry out fishing or collecting, other than of a type mentioned in section 10(b), for—
(i)a harvest fishery other than a relevant accredited harvest fishery; or
(ii)a developmental fishery program; or
(iii)collecting other than limited collecting;
(b)to carry out a traditional use of marine resources, other than a traditional use of marine resources mentioned in section 10(c);
(c)to conduct an aquaculture operation, other than an aquaculture operation involving the addition of feed;
(d)to conduct a tourism program;
(e)to carry out a media activity, other than a limited media activity;
(f)to carry out research, other than research mentioned in section 10(e);
(g)to conduct an educational program, other than a limited educational program;
(h)to conduct a vessel charter operation;
(i)to anchor a vessel in a particular area in the zone for more than—
(i)14 consecutive days; or
(ii)30 days in any period of 60 days;
(j)to navigate a managed vessel;
(k)to operate a facility for a purpose consistent with the objects to be achieved for the zone, other than operating a vessel for a purpose mentioned in section 10;
(l)to operate an aircraft—
(i)at an altitude of 500ft or less; or
(ii)to take off from, or land at, a place in the marine park;
(m)to carry out works consistent with the objects to be achieved for the zone;
(n)to carry out major works in a works area;
(o)to install, modify, relocate or remove a private structure, or part of a private structure;
(p)to carry out a program for taking a plant, animal or marine resource that poses a threat to—
(i)human life or safety; or
(ii)the marine park’s marine ecosystems; or
(iii)the use or amenity of an area in, or adjacent to, the marine park;
(q)to explore or mine for minerals, if the person is the holder of a lease, licence, permit or other authority under the Mineral Resources Act 1989 that authorises the exploration or mining;
(r)to explore for or produce petroleum, if the person—
(i)is the holder of a lease, licence or other authority under the Petroleum Act 1923 or the Petroleum and Gas (Production and Safety) Act 2004 that authorises the exploration or production; or
(ii)is the holder of a 1923 Act petroleum tenure under the Petroleum Act 1923 that authorises the exploration or production;
(s)to carry out geothermal exploration, if the person is the holder of a geothermal permit under the Geothermal Energy Act 2010 that authorises the exploration;
(t)another purpose, other than a purpose mentioned in section 10, that is consistent with the objects to be achieved for the zone.
(2)For subsection (1)(i), a person is taken to continue to anchor a vessel in a particular area in the general use zone during a period unless, during the period, the vessel is moved and anchored at least 1 nautical mile from the area.
(3)In this section—
private structure means a boat ramp, jetty or pontoon that is unavailable for use by the public.

Division 3 Habitat protection zone

12Objects for habitat protection zone

The objects to be achieved for the habitat protection zone are the objects stated in the Marine Parks Regulation 2017, schedule 1, section 2.

13Entry or use of habitat protection zone without permission

A person may enter or use an area in the habitat protection zone without a permission for any of the following purposes—

(a)to carry out a low impact activity not involving fishing or collecting;
(b)to carry out fishing or collecting of any of the following types—
(i)bait gathering;
(ii)crabbing;
(iii)for a relevant accredited harvest fishery—fishing or collecting under the fishery’s accreditation;
(iv)limited collecting;
(v)limited spearfishing;
(vi)line fishing;
(vii)netting, including bait netting;
(viii)trolling;
(c)to carry out a traditional use of marine resources that—
(i)includes another activity mentioned in this section; or
(ii)is carried out under an accredited traditional use of marine resources agreement;
(d)to carry out a limited media activity;
(e)to carry out limited impact research (extractive), or limited impact research (non-extractive), for an accredited educational institution or accredited research institution under the institution’s accreditation;
(f)to conduct a limited educational program;
(g)to operate an aircraft at an altitude of—
(i)more than 500ft; or
(ii)500ft or less to take off from, or land at, a place outside the marine park;
(h)to navigate a vessel, other than a ship or managed vessel, if equipment usually used for an activity involving fishing or collecting is stowed or secured when the vessel is in an area of the zone in which the use of the equipment is not authorised under the Act.

14Entry or use of habitat protection zone with permission

(1)A person may enter or use an area in the habitat protection zone with a permission for any of the following purposes—
(a)to carry out fishing or collecting, other than of a type mentioned in section 13(b), for—
(i)a harvest fishery other than a relevant accredited harvest fishery; or
(ii)a developmental fishery program; or
(iii)collecting other than limited collecting;
(b)to carry out a traditional use of marine resources, other than a traditional use of marine resources mentioned in section 13(c);
(c)to conduct an aquaculture operation, other than an aquaculture operation involving the addition of feed;
(d)to conduct a tourism program;
(e)to carry out a media activity, other than a limited media activity;
(f)to carry out research, other than research mentioned in section 13(e);
(g)to conduct an educational program, other than a limited educational program;
(h)to conduct a vessel charter operation;
(i)to anchor a vessel in a particular area in the zone for more than—
(i)14 consecutive days; or
(ii)30 days in any period of 60 days;
(j)to navigate a ship or managed vessel;
(k)to operate a facility for a purpose consistent with the objects to be achieved for the zone, other than operating a vessel for a purpose mentioned in section 13;
(l)to operate an aircraft—
(i)at an altitude of 500ft or less; or
(ii)to take off from, or land at, a place in the marine park;
(m)to carry out works consistent with the objects to be achieved for the zone;
(n)to carry out major works in a works area;
(o)to carry out a program for taking a plant, animal or marine resource that poses a threat to—
(i)human life or safety; or
(ii)the marine park’s marine ecosystems; or
(iii)the use or amenity of an area in, or adjacent to, the marine park;
(p)another purpose, other than a purpose mentioned in section 13, that is consistent with the objects to be achieved for the zone.
(2)For subsection (1)(i), a person is taken to continue to anchor a vessel in a particular area in the habitat protection zone during a period unless, during the period, the vessel is moved and anchored at least 1 nautical mile from the area.

Division 4 Conservation park zone

15Objects for conservation park zone

The objects to be achieved for the conservation park zone are the objects stated in the Marine Parks Regulation 2017, schedule 1, section 4.

16Entry or use of conservation park zone without permission

(1)A person may enter or use an area in the conservation park zone without a permission for any of the following purposes—
(a)to carry out a low impact activity not involving fishing or collecting;
(b)to carry out fishing or collecting of any of the following types—
(i)bait gathering;
(ii)bait netting;
(iii)for a relevant accredited harvest fishery that is the aquarium fish fishery or the beachworm fishery—fishing or collecting under the fishery’s accreditation;
(iv)limited collecting;
(v)limited crabbing;
(vi)limited line fishing;
(vii)limited spearfishing;
(viii)limited trolling;
(c)to carry out a traditional use of marine resources that—
(i)includes another activity mentioned in this section; or
(ii)is carried out under an accredited traditional use of marine resources agreement;
(d)to carry out a limited media activity;
(e)to carry out limited impact research (extractive), or limited impact research (non-extractive), for an accredited educational institution or accredited research institution under the institution’s accreditation;
(f)to conduct a limited educational program;
(g)to operate an aircraft at an altitude of—
(i)more than 500ft; or
(ii)500ft or less to take off from, or land at, a place outside the marine park;
(h)to navigate a vessel, other than a ship or managed vessel, if equipment usually used for an activity involving fishing or collecting is stowed or secured when the vessel is in an area of the zone in which the use of the equipment is not authorised under the Act.
(2)In this section—
limited crabbing means crabbing that is carried out—
(a)in compliance with the Fisheries Declaration 2019, section 157 or the Fisheries (Commercial Fisheries) Regulation 2019, schedule 7, part 1 or 2; and
(b)using no more than 4 crab pots, dillies or collapsible traps alone or in combination.
limited line fishing means fishing using no more than 2 hand-held fishing rods or handlines for each person, with no more than 2 hooks in total for each person.
limited trolling means fishing with a line or lines trailed from a vessel that is underway, using no more than 2 lines for each person on the vessel, with no more than 2 hooks in total for each person.

17Entry or use of conservation park zone with permission

(1)A person may enter or use an area in the conservation park zone with a permission for any of the following purposes—
(a)to carry out fishing or collecting, other than fishing or collecting mentioned in section 16(1)(b)(iii), for—
(i)a harvest fishery that is the aquarium fish fishery or the beachworm fishery; or
(ii)a developmental fishery program;
(b)to carry out a traditional use of marine resources, other than a traditional use of marine resources mentioned in section 16(1)(c);
(c)to conduct an aquaculture operation, other than an aquaculture operation involving the addition of feed;
(d)to conduct a tourism program;
(e)to carry out a media activity, other than a limited media activity;
(f)to carry out research, other than research mentioned in section 16(1)(e);
(g)to conduct an educational program, other than a limited educational program;
(h)to conduct a vessel charter operation;
(i)to anchor a vessel in a particular area in the zone for more than—
(i)14 consecutive days; or
(ii)30 days in any period of 60 days;
(j)to navigate a ship or managed vessel;
(k)to operate a facility for a purpose consistent with the objects to be achieved for the zone, other than operating a vessel for a purpose mentioned in section 16(1);
(l)to operate an aircraft—
(i)at an altitude of 500ft or less; or
(ii)to take off from, or land at, a place in the marine park;
(m)to carry out works consistent with the objects to be achieved for the zone;
(n)to carry out a program for taking a plant, animal or marine resource that poses a threat to—
(i)human life or safety; or
(ii)the marine park’s marine ecosystems; or
(iii)the use or amenity of an area in, or adjacent to, the marine park;
(o)another purpose, other than a purpose mentioned in section 16(1), that is consistent with the objects to be achieved for the zone.
(2)For subsection (1)(i), a person is taken to continue to anchor a vessel in a particular area in the conservation park zone during a period unless, during the period, the vessel is moved and anchored at least 1 nautical mile from the area.

Division 5 Marine national park zone

18Objects for marine national park zone

The objects to be achieved for the marine national park zone are the objects stated in the Marine Parks Regulation 2017, schedule 1, section 7.

19Entry or use of marine national park zone without permission

A person may enter or use an area in the marine national park zone without a permission for any of the following purposes—
(a)to carry out a low impact activity not involving fishing or collecting;
(b)to carry out a traditional use of marine resources that—
(i)includes another activity mentioned in this section; or
(ii)is carried out under an accredited traditional use of marine resources agreement;
(c)to carry out a limited media activity;
(d)to carry out limited impact research (non-extractive) for an accredited educational institution or accredited research institution under the institution’s accreditation;
(e)to operate an aircraft at an altitude of—
(i)more than 500ft; or
(ii)500ft or less to take off from, or land at, a place outside the marine park;
(f)to navigate a vessel, other than a ship or managed vessel, if equipment usually used for an activity involving fishing or collecting is stowed or secured when the vessel is in an area of the zone in which the use of the equipment is not authorised under the Act.

20Entry or use of marine national park zone with permission

(1)A person may enter or use an area in the marine national park zone with a permission for any of the following purposes—
(a)to carry out a traditional use of marine resources, other than a traditional use of marine resources mentioned in section 19(b);
(b)to conduct a tourism program;
(c)to carry out a media activity, other than a limited media activity;
(d)to carry out research, other than research mentioned in section 19(d), that the chief executive decides—
(i)is relevant to, and a priority for, the management of the marine park; or
(ii)can not reasonably be conducted elsewhere;
(e)to conduct a limited educational program;
(f)to conduct a vessel charter operation;
(g)to anchor a vessel in a particular area in the zone for more than—
(i)14 consecutive days; or
(ii)30 days in any period of 60 days;
(h)to navigate a ship or managed vessel;
(i)to operate a facility for a purpose consistent with the objects to be achieved for the zone, other than operating a vessel for a purpose mentioned in section 19;
(j)to operate an aircraft—
(i)at an altitude of 500ft or less; or
(ii)to take off from, or land at, a place in the marine park;
(k)to carry out works consistent with the objects to be achieved for the zone;
(l)to carry out a program for taking a plant, animal or marine resource that poses a threat to—
(i)human life or safety; or
(ii)the marine park’s marine ecosystems; or
(iii)the use or amenity of an area in, or adjacent to, the marine park;
(m)another purpose, other than a purpose mentioned in section 19, that is consistent with the objects to be achieved for the zone.
(2)For subsection (1)(g), a person is taken to continue to anchor a vessel in a particular area in the marine national park zone during a period unless, during the period, the vessel is moved and anchored at least 1 nautical mile from the area.

Part 4 Designated areas

Division 1 Preliminary

21Relationship with pts 5 and 8

This part is subject to parts 5 and 8.

22Areas established for special management—Act, schedule, definition designated area

(1)The following areas of the marine park are established as designated areas for special management—
(a)the disposal and extraction area;
(b)go slow areas for natural values;
(c)go slow areas for turtles and dugongs;
(d)grey nurse shark areas;
(e)the material disposal area;
(f)material extraction areas;
(g)mooring areas;
(h)no-anchoring areas;
(i)works areas.
(2)The boundaries of each designated area are described in schedule 2.
(3)A designated area may be in 1 or more zones.

Notes—

1To help users of this plan, an indicative map showing the designated areas is available for inspection on the department’s website.
2The indicative map is not applied, adopted or incorporated by this plan.

23Restrictions for designated area are in addition to zone restrictions

A restriction under this part for entering or using a designated area in a zone applies in addition to any restrictions under this plan for entering or using the zone.

Division 2 General entry and use and related restrictions

Subdivision 1 Restrictions for particular designated areas

24Application of subdivision

This subdivision applies in relation to each of the following designated areas (each a relevant designated area)—
(a)a go slow area for natural values;
(b)a go slow area for turtles and dugongs;
(c)a grey nurse shark area;
(d)a mooring area;
(e)a no-anchoring area.

25Granting permission to enter or use zone in which relevant designated area is situated

(1)This section applies if—
(a)a person applies for a permission to enter or use a zone; and
(b)a relevant designated area is in the zone, or part of the zone.
(2)The chief executive must not grant the permission if entering or using the zone with the permission would be inconsistent with the objects to be achieved for the relevant designated area.

Note—

See the Marine Parks Regulation 2017, part 3, and part 2 of this plan, for matters the chief executive must and may have regard to in considering an application for a permission.
(3)Despite subsection (2), the chief executive may grant the permission if it relates to carrying out research the chief executive considers—
(a)is relevant to, and is a priority for, the management of the marine park; or
(b)can not reasonably be conducted elsewhere.

26Consultation with chief executive about entering or using relevant designated area

A public entity exercising statutory powers in a relevant designated area must consult with the chief executive about any proposal or action relating to entering or using the area that may not be consistent with the objects to be achieved for the area.

Subdivision 2 Restrictions for particular activities

27Extracting sand

The chief executive must not grant a permission to extract sand from the marine park, unless the chief executive is satisfied—

(a)the sand is to be extracted from a material extraction area; or
(b)the sand is to be extracted for nourishment purposes; or
(c)the sand is to be extracted for operating a facility or carrying out works and is to be deposited in the place from where it was extracted.

28Disposing of dredged material

The chief executive must not grant a permission to dispose of dredged material in the marine park, unless the chief executive is satisfied—

(a)the dredged material is to be disposed of in the material disposal area; or
(b)the dredged material is to be disposed of for operating a facility or carrying out works and is to be deposited in the place from where it was dredged; or
(c)for dredged material that is sand—
(i)the sand is to be disposed of for nourishment purposes; or
(ii)the sand is to be disposed of in the disposal and extraction area for later use for nourishment purposes; or
(iii)the disposal will be consistent with the objects to be achieved for the zone in which the material is to be disposed of.

29Carrying out major works

The chief executive must not grant a permission for carrying out major works other than in a works area.

Division 3 Disposal and extraction area

30Object for area

The object to be achieved for the disposal and extraction area is to establish an area in the marine park for disposing of, and extracting, dredged sand for nourishment purposes.

Example of a nourishment purpose—

combating adverse effects of erosion

31Entry or use of area with permission

A person may enter or use the disposal and extraction area with a permission for either of the following purposes—

(a)to dispose of dredged sand for nourishment purposes in the area;
(b)to extract sand for nourishment purposes from the area.

Division 4 Go slow areas for natural values

32Objects for area

The objects to be achieved for a go slow area for natural values are—
(a)to help protect the natural integrity and values of relatively undisturbed areas in the marine park; and
(b)to provide opportunities to appreciate, and create awareness and understanding of, the natural integrity and values of the areas.

33Operating vessel in area

(1)A person must not do either of the following in a go slow area for natural values—
(a)operate a vessel in a planing or non-displacement mode;
(b)operate a vessel for a motorised water sport.

Maximum penalty—10 penalty units.

(2)This section does not apply in relation to the operation of a vessel in a navigation channel in the go slow area for natural values that is GSN02—Tripcony Bight–Long Island.
(3)In this section—
navigation channel means a marine channel marked by aids to navigation within the meaning of the Transport Operations (Marine Safety) Act 1994 and placed in the marine park under that Act.

Division 5 Go slow areas for turtles and dugongs

34Objects for area

The objects to be achieved for a go slow area for turtles and dugongs are—

(a)to protect turtles and dugongs; and
(b)to protect the habitat of turtles and dugongs; and
(c)to minimise death, harm or distress caused directly or indirectly to turtles and dugongs, in particular by the operation of vessels or other human activities.

35Operating vessel in area

(1)A person must not do any of the following in a go slow area for turtles and dugongs—
(a)operate a vessel in a planing or non-displacement mode;
(b)operate a vessel for a motorised water sport;
(c)operate a vessel in a way or at a speed that could reasonably be expected to result in striking a turtle or dugong.

Maximum penalty— 10 penalty units.

(2)A person must not operate a vessel of more than 8m in length overall at a speed of more than 10 knots in any of the following go slow areas for turtles and dugongs—
(a)GSB01—Weinam Creek;
(b)GSB02—Garden Island;
(c)GSB03—Karragarra Channel;
(d)GSB04—Krummel Passage.

Maximum penalty—10 penalty units.

(3)However, subsection (2) does not apply to a person operating an exempted vessel in a go slow area for turtles and dugongs mentioned in the subsection with a permission that allows the vessel to operate in the area at a speed of more than 10 knots.
(4)For subsection (3), a vessel is an exempted vessel if—
(a)the vessel is being used for providing the public ferry service to the southern islands of Moreton Bay; and
(b)the public ferry service is being operated by the entity that was operating the service immediately before the commencement.

Division 6 Grey nurse shark areas

Subdivision 1 Objects for grey nurse shark areas

36Objects for area

The objects to be achieved for a grey nurse shark area are—
(a)to protect grey nurse shark populations; and
(b)to protect the habitat of grey nurse sharks; and
(c)to minimise harm or distress caused directly or indirectly to grey nurse sharks by diving or other human activities.

Subdivision 2 General restrictions for areas

37General restrictions on entering or using area

(1)A person must not dive between 6p.m. and 6a.m. in a grey nurse shark area, unless the person has a reasonable excuse.

Maximum penalty—10 penalty units.

(2)A person must not do any of the following in a grey nurse shark area—
(a)touch or feed a grey nurse shark;
(b)trap, or attempt to trap, a grey nurse shark;
(c)block a cave entrance or gutter;
(d)use electro-acoustic or mechanical apparatus in the water.

Maximum penalty—100 penalty units.

(3)A person must not interfere with a grey nurse shark’s natural behaviour in a grey nurse shark area.

Examples—

chasing or harassing the shark
interrupting the shark’s swimming pattern

Maximum penalty—100 penalty units.

(4)A person who is part of a group of divers in a grey nurse shark area must not dive in the area if it would result in more than 10 divers from the group being in the water at the same time.

Maximum penalty—10 penalty units.

(5)However, subsection (4) does not apply to a person participating in a tourism program if the person is diving under the instructions of the person operating the program.
(6)In this section—
electro-acoustic or mechanical apparatus
(a)includes a scooter, horn and shark repelling device; but
(b)does not include—
(i)equipment commonly used for diving; or

Examples—

scuba equipment
equipment required for diving under the Work Health and Safety Act 2011
(ii)equipment required for emergency defence activities.

Example—

mine detection equipment

Subdivision 3 Entry and use restrictions for tourism program operators

38Application of subdivision

This subdivision applies to a person (the operator) conducting a tourism program involving diving in a grey nurse shark area.

39Information about area restrictions must be given

The operator must ensure that each person participating in the tourism program is given a summary of the area restrictions for the grey nurse shark area before the person enters the water.

Maximum penalty—10 penalty units.

40Displaying area restrictions sign

(1)The operator of the tourism program must ensure a sign stating the area restrictions for the grey nurse shark area and complying with subsections (2) and (3) is displayed—
(a)in each place, under the operator’s control or management, where diving activities in the area are organised or promoted; and
(b)on each vessel used by the operator to carry divers in the area.

Maximum penalty—10 penalty units.

(2)The sign must be—
(a)clearly visible to a person entering the place or vessel; and
(b)at least 297mm x 210mm in size; and
(c)made of durable and weatherproof material.
(3)The lettering on the sign must be—
(a)at least 3mm in height and in a bold style; and
(b)durable, legible and clearly visible.

41Restriction on number of persons diving

(1)If a group of divers is participating in the tourism program, the operator of the program must ensure that, in the grey nurse shark area—
(a)no more than 12 persons in the group are in the water at the same time; and
(b)for a group made up of more than 10 persons—each person in the group in excess of 10 is either a dive instructor or certified assistant for the group.

Maximum penalty—20 penalty units.

(2)Subsection (1) does not apply if the operator has the chief executive’s written authority for more than 10 persons in the group, who are neither dive instructors nor certified assistants, to be in the water in the grey nurse shark area at the same time.
(3)The chief executive may give an authority mentioned in subsection (2) only if the chief executive is satisfied the proposed entry into, or use of, the area under the operator’s tourism program is consistent with the objects mentioned in section 36.
(4)In this section—
certified assistant means a person who holds a current qualification, from a recreational dive training organisation, designed to qualify the person to assist a dive instructor.
dive instructor means a person who holds a current qualification, from a recreational dive training organisation, designed to qualify the person as a scuba instructor.
recreational dive training organisation see the Safety in Recreational Water Activities Regulation 2011.

Subdivision 4 Restrictions for dive clubs

42Application of subdivision

This subdivision applies—
(a)for a dive club that is an incorporated entity—to the club for conducting diving activities for its members in a grey nurse shark area; or
(b)for a dive club that is not an incorporated entity—to each relevant person for the club conducting diving activities for its members in a grey nurse shark area.

43Definitions for subdivision

In this subdivision—
dive club means an entity that facilitates, organises or coordinates diving activities for its members.
relevant person, for a dive club that is not an incorporated entity, means a person who takes part in directing the club’s diving activities.

44Information about zone and area restrictions must be given

Before a member, guest or visitor of the dive club (each a diver) enters the water as part of the diving activities, the dive club or a relevant person for the club must ensure the diver is given a summary of—

(a)any restrictions applying under part 3, division 5 for the entry into, or use of, the marine national park zone; and
(b)the area restrictions for the grey nurse shark area.

Maximum penalty—10 penalty units.

45Displaying area restrictions sign

(1)The dive club or a relevant person for the club must ensure a sign stating the area restrictions for the grey nurse shark area and complying with subsections (2) and (3) is displayed—
(a)in each place, under the control or management of the club or relevant person, where diving activities in the area are organised or promoted; and
(b)on each vessel used by the club or relevant person to carry the club’s members, guests or visitors for diving activities in the area.

Maximum penalty—10 penalty units.

(2)The sign must be—
(a)clearly visible to a person entering the place or vessel; and
(b)at least 297mm x 210mm in size; and
(c)made of durable and weatherproof material.
(3)The lettering on the sign must be—
(a)at least 3mm in height and in a bold style; and
(b)durable, legible and clearly visible.

Subdivision 5 When entry and use prohibited

46Making prohibited area notice

(1)The chief executive may make a prohibited area notice prohibiting—
(a)entry into a grey nurse shark area, or a stated part of the area (the prohibited area); or
(b)entry into the water in a grey nurse shark area, or a stated part of the area (also the prohibited area).
(2)The chief executive may make a prohibited area notice only if the chief executive is satisfied urgent action is needed to deal with a significant threat to a grey nurse shark population.
(3)Without limiting subsection (2), the chief executive may be satisfied urgent action is needed to deal with a significant threat to a grey nurse shark population if a female grey nurse shark in the prohibited area has recently given birth or is about to give birth.

47Requirements for prohibited area notice

(1)A prohibited area notice must state the following—
(a)the location and boundaries of the prohibited area;
(b)where a map showing the boundaries of the prohibited area is available for public inspection;
(c)the prohibition applying under the notice;
(d)the period for which the notice has effect.
(2)The chief executive must publish the prohibited area notice in the gazette.
(3)The chief executive may publish the prohibited area notice in other ways the chief executive considers appropriate.

48Duration of prohibited area notice

(1)A prohibited area notice has effect from its publication in the gazette until whichever of the following happens first—
(a)the period of effect stated in the notice ends;
(b)the notice is repealed by this plan.
(2)The period of effect stated in the prohibited area notice must be no more than 90 days.
(3)Despite subsection (1)(a), the chief executive may, by a further notice published in the gazette, extend the period of effect by no more than 90 days.

49Offence to contravene prohibited area notice

A person must comply with a prohibited area notice unless the person has a reasonable excuse.

Maximum penalty—100 penalty units.

50Relationship with other instruments

A prohibited area notice prevails to the extent of any inconsistency with—
(a)this plan, other than section 67; or
(b)a declaration of a restricted access area under the Marine Parks Regulation 2017, section 119.

Division 7 Material disposal area

51Object for area

The object to be achieved for the material disposal area is to establish an area in the marine park for disposing of dredged material.

52Entry or use of area with permission

A person may enter or use the material disposal area with a permission for the purpose of disposing of dredged material in the area.

Division 8 Material extraction areas

53Object for area

The object to be achieved for a material extraction area is to establish an area in the marine park for extracting sand.

54Entry or use of area with permission

A person may enter or use a material extraction area with a permission for the purpose of extracting sand.

Division 9 Mooring areas

55Object for area

The object to be achieved for a mooring area is to establish an area in the marine park for mooring vessels.

56Entry or use of area without permission

(1)A person may enter or use a mooring area without a permission for the purpose of carrying out a mooring activity, if—
(a)the mooring activity is authorised under the Transport Operations (Marine Safety) Act 1994 or the Fisheries Act 1994; and
(b)less than 1m2 of the substrate of the area is disturbed by any device used for the mooring activity that is attached to, or sits on, the substrate; and
(c)no cables, chains, ropes or other things attached to a device mentioned in paragraph (b) touch the substrate of the mooring area; and
(d)the mooring activity does not involve dredging; and
(e)for a mooring activity that is constructing a mooring—the design and placement of the mooring in the area ensures a vessel using the mooring does not touch the substrate of the area.
(2)A person may also enter or use a mooring area without a permission for the purpose of carrying out a mooring activity at a mooring, if the mooring—
(a)is authorised under an Act; and
(b)was in existence before 1 March 2009.
(3)In this section—
mooring activity means—
(a)attaching a vessel to a mooring; or
(b)constructing, operating or maintaining a mooring.

Division 10 No-anchoring areas

57Object for area

The object to be achieved for a no-anchoring area is to establish an area in the marine park to protect coral, coral habitats and the diversity of species of coral that—
(a)are susceptible to damage, including, for example, from anchoring; and
(b)are, or are being, degraded, including, for example, by anchoring.

58Offence to enter or use no-anchoring area for anchoring

A person must not enter or use a no-anchoring area for anchoring.

Maximum penalty—10 penalty units.

Division 11 Works areas

Subdivision 1 Object and restrictions

59Object for area

The object to be achieved for a works area is to establish an area in the marine park for carrying out major works necessary for the public benefit.

60Required zone for works area

A works area may be established only in the general use zone or the habitat protection zone mentioned in section 8.

61Entry or use of area with permission

A person may enter or use a works area with a permission for the purpose of carrying out major works.

Subdivision 2 Establishing new works areas for proposed major works

62Application of subdivision

(1)This subdivision applies if a person (the proponent) proposes to carry out major works in an area in the marine park that is not already in a works area.
(2)To remove any doubt, it is declared that, despite subsection (1), this subdivision does not limit the establishment of a works area under this plan, otherwise than under this subdivision.

63Consideration by Minister

(1)For considering the proposal for the major works, the Minister must be satisfied—
(a)there are no suitable alternatives to the proposed major works; and
(b)an assessment of the social, cultural, financial and environmental outcomes of the proposed major works has been carried out and supports the location of the proposed major works; and
(c)the proponent—
(i)has carried out an analysis of the adverse impacts of the proposed major works in the marine park; and
(ii)has given the Minister adequate details about how the adverse impacts will be addressed; and
(iii)has given sufficient public notice of the major works.
(2)The Minister may also consider the following—
(a)the nature and extent of any thing done or proposed to be done in addition to the proposed major works that may be beneficial to the natural and cultural resources of the marine park;
(b)whether the proposed major works will provide facilities for use by, or for the benefit of, the public.
(3)Subsection (2) does not limit the matters the Minister may consider.
(4)In this section—
sufficient public notice means—
(a)if the proposed major works relate to a coordinated project for which an EIS is required under the State Development and Public Works Organisation Act 1971—public notification under section 33 of that Act; or
(b)if the proposed major works relate to a project for which the EIS process under the Environmental Protection Act 1994 applies—public notification under section 51 of that Act; or
(c)otherwise—public notice under the Act.

64Chief executive may require public notice of proposed major works

(1)For helping the Minister in considering the proposal for the major works under section 63, the chief executive may give the proponent a notice stating—
(a)that the proponent must give public notice of the proposed major works in compliance with subsection (2); and
(b)the information that must be included in the public notice; and
(c)the period within which the proponent must give the public notice; and
(d)whether or not the proponent is required to give the public notice a second time.
(2)The public notice must include—
(a)an invitation to interested persons to make written submissions to the chief executive, in relation to the proposed major works—
(i)at an address stated in the notice; and
(ii)within a stated period of at least 30 days (the submission period); and
(b)any other information required under subsection (1)(b).
(3)The proponent must give the public notice as required under subsections (1) and (2).
(4)The chief executive must consider any written submissions received in response to the public notice within the submission period.

65Chief executive may request further information or document

(1)This section applies if the chief executive requires any further information or a document that the chief executive reasonably considers will help the Minister consider the proposal for the major works under section 63.
(2)The chief executive may, by notice, ask the proponent to give the chief executive—
(a)an EIS about the proposed major works; or
(b)other relevant information or documents within a stated period of at least 21 days after giving the notice.
(3)If the chief executive has, under subsection (2)(a), asked the proponent to give the chief executive an EIS—
(a)the EIS process under the Environmental Protection Act 1994 applies for the EIS as if the proposed major works were a project to which chapter 3, part 1 of that Act applies; and
(b)the proponent must pay the costs of preparing the EIS.

Part 5 Additional purposes for entry or use

66Entry or use without permission after notification

(1)A person may enter or use an area in the marine park without a permission for an authorised purpose if the person gives the chief executive a notice (an entry or usage notice), in the notice period, stating—
(a)the authorised purpose for the entry or use of the area; and
(b)the period during which the area is proposed to be entered or used, including when the period starts and ends.
(2)If a person gives an entry or usage notice for entering or using an area, the chief executive may, by notice to the person, impose conditions on the entry or use.

Note—

See section 45 of the Act and the Marine Parks Regulation 2017, section 138 for offences relating to the entry or use of a marine park for a purpose for which a notice must be given to the chief executive.
(3)In this section—
authorised purpose means any of the following purposes—
(a)to carry out maintenance dredging for navigational purposes;
(b)if there is not an emergency—to remove or salvage a vessel or aircraft, or a part of a vessel or aircraft, or other wreck, that is abandoned, stranded, sunk or wrecked, other than a wreck that is protected underwater cultural heritage under the Underwater Cultural Heritage Act 2018 (Cwlth);
(c)to install, relocate or remove a navigational aid, or buildings or works ancillary to the aid, authorised under a law of the Commonwealth or the State;
(d)to install, relocate or remove a sign for or about the Fisheries Act 1994;
(e)to carry out defence activities;
(f)to carry out geodetic, bathymetric or similar surveys if the surveys are conducted by the Commonwealth or the State;
(g)to carry out urgent maintenance or works on an essential public service, provided by the Commonwealth, the State or a local government, if the maintenance or works are authorised under a law of the Commonwealth, the State or the local government;

Examples of an essential public service—

communications system, power, sewerage, water
(h)to deal with an emergency involving a serious threat to the marine environment, other than a threat mentioned in section 67(a)(iii);
(i)to carry out a program for management of toxic cyanobacteria or algae by the Commonwealth, the State, or a local government.
maintenance dredging means dredging to ensure a dredged berth, channel or works involving construction are maintained at the dimensions authorised under an Act.
notice period, for giving an entry or usage notice, means—
(a)for an entry or usage notice stating the authorised purpose of carrying out maintenance dredging for navigational purposes—at least 2 months before entering the area; or
(b)for another entry or usage notice—at any time before entering the area.

67Entry or use without permission or notification

A person may enter or use an area in the marine park without a permission, and without giving the chief executive an entry or usage notice, for any of the following purposes—
(a)if there is an emergency—
(i)to investigate and respond to the emergency; or
(ii)to save human life or avoid the risk of injury to a person; or
(iii)to deal with a threat of pollution to the marine environment under a law of the Commonwealth or a national emergency response arrangement in which the chief executive participates; or
(iv)to locate or secure the safety of an aircraft, structure or vessel that is, or may be, endangered by stress of weather or by navigational or operational hazards; or
(v)to carry out emergency repairs to a navigational aid; or
(vi)to remove or salvage a vessel or aircraft, or a part of a vessel or aircraft, or other wreck, that is abandoned, stranded, sunk or wrecked and poses a threat to the marine environment or human safety;
(b)if the person is a traditional owner—to conduct an activity, other than fishing or collecting, for Aboriginal tradition;
(c)to enforce a provision of an Act of the Commonwealth or the State, if the person is authorised under that Act to enforce that Act;
(d)to carry out reconnaissance or surveillance for the Commonwealth or the State.

68Entry or use by authorised person without permission or notification

An authorised person may enter or use an area in the marine park without a permission, and without giving the chief executive an entry or usage notice, for the purpose of carrying out activities relating to the management of the area.

Examples of activities relating to the management of the area—

research, works, an education program

Part 6 Accredited traditional use of marine resources agreements

Division 1 Preliminary

69Purpose of part

This part provides for the chief executive to accredit a traditional use of marine resources agreement and for dealing with the accreditation.

70What is a traditional use of marine resources agreement

(1)A traditional use of marine resources agreement is an agreement that—
(a)is prepared by a traditional owner group for an area of the marine park; and
(b)provides for the traditional use of marine resources in the area; and
(c)includes the matters for the agreement mentioned in subsection (3).
(2)However, an agreement does not fail to be a traditional use of marine resources agreement only because it does not contain all the matters mentioned in subsection (3).
(3)For subsection (1)(c), the matters for the agreement are—
(a)the area of the marine park covered by the agreement; and
(b)the name, or other identification, of each person covered by the agreement; and
(c)the name and address of a person to whom correspondence may be sent on behalf of the traditional owner group; and
(d)a detailed description of the area and traditional use of marine resources covered by the agreement, including a description of the activities proposed to be carried out at stated locations in the area; and
(e)the animal species proposed to be harvested and, if the species include 1 or more protected species, how many animals of each protected species are proposed to be harvested; and
(f)the management arrangements proposed by the traditional owner group for implementing the agreement, including the proposed role of the traditional owner group in ensuring compliance with the provisions of the agreement; and
(g)the way the traditional use of marine resources is to be monitored and reported under the agreement, including the recording and reporting of information about the taking of protected species; and
(h)a statement about the process used to develop the agreement by the traditional owner group, including, for example, any consultation with government authorities or interested persons; and
(i)any other information the chief executive reasonably requires by notice given to the traditional owner group.

71Giving notice under this part

(1)This section applies if the chief executive is required to give a notice under this part to—
(a)the applicant for accreditation of a traditional use of marine resources agreement; or
(b)the holders of an accreditation of a traditional use of marine resources agreement.
(2)The chief executive complies with the requirement if the chief executive gives the notice to the person nominated under section 72(3)(b)(ii) by the traditional owner group in whose name the application for accreditation of the agreement was made.

Division 2 Application for accreditation of agreements

72Application for grant of accreditation

(1)This section applies if a traditional owner group for an area of the marine park has prepared a traditional use of marine resources agreement for the area.
(2)A person may, on behalf of the traditional owner group, apply to the chief executive for accreditation of the traditional use of marine resources agreement.
(3)The application must—
(a)be in writing; and
(b)state the following information—
(i)the names of all the members of the traditional owner group in whose name the application is made;
(ii)the name and address of the person nominated by the traditional owner group to whom correspondence may be sent on behalf of the traditional owner group; and
(c)be accompanied by—
(i)a copy of the traditional use of marine resources agreement; and
(ii)written confirmation, by the relevant representative Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander body for the area, that each member of the traditional owner group in whose name the application is made is a traditional owner for the part of the marine park in relation to which the agreement is to operate.
(4)If the chief executive agrees, the applicant may amend the application before the chief executive has decided the application under this division.
(5)In this section—
representative Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander body has the meaning given by the Native Title Act 1993 (Cwlth).

73Additional information for deciding application

(1)The chief executive may, by notice, ask the applicant to give the chief executive, within the reasonable period stated in the notice (the notice period), further information or documents the chief executive reasonably requires to decide the application.
(2)The chief executive may refuse the application if the applicant does not, without reasonable excuse, give the chief executive the further information or documents within the notice period.

74Deciding application

(1)The chief executive must consider each properly made application and decide to grant or refuse the application.
(2)If the chief executive decides to grant the application, the chief executive must also decide—
(a)when the accreditation for the traditional use of marine resources agreement is to come into effect and when it is to cease to have effect; and
(b)whether to impose any conditions of the type mentioned in section 77 on the accreditation of the agreement.
(3)In this section—
properly made application means an application—
(a)that complies with section 72(3); and
(b)for which any requests for information made under section 73 have been complied with.

75Matters to be considered in deciding application

The chief executive must consider the application having regard to each of the following—
(a)the terms of the traditional use of marine resources agreement;
(b)the objects to be achieved for each zone (a relevant zone) in which the traditional use of marine resources provided for under the agreement is proposed to be carried out;
(c)the likely effect of the accreditation of the agreement on future options for the marine park;
(d)the nature and scale of the proposed traditional use of marine resources under the agreement;
(e)the conservation of the natural resources of the marine park, including—
(i)the need for conserving protected species in the marine park; and
(ii)the capability of the relevant population of a protected species to sustain harvesting;
(f)any other requirements for ensuring the orderly and proper management of the marine park;
(g)the need to protect the cultural resources held in relation to the marine park by traditional owners and other people;
(h)the possible effects of the proposed traditional use of marine resources on the environment and the adequacy of safeguards for the environment and the likely effects of that use on the areas adjoining or adjacent to each relevant zone;
(i)any existing agreements or arrangements between the chief executive and the traditional owner group that prepared the agreement;
(j)any law or government policy applying to the proposed traditional use of marine resources;
(k)any other relevant matters, including, for example, any action necessary to avoid, remedy or minimise unacceptable environmental impact.

76Granting application

(1)This section applies if the chief executive decides to grant the application.
(2)The chief executive must accredit the traditional use of marine resources agreement by giving the applicant—
(a)a certificate (the accreditation certificate) stating—
(i)that the traditional use of marine resources agreement is accredited under this section; and
(ii)the period for which the agreement is accredited, including the day the accreditation starts and the day it ends (the accreditation period); and
(iii)any conditions imposed on the accreditation of the agreement under section 77; and
(b)a copy of the accredited agreement.
(3)The chief executive must also publish a notice on the department’s website stating the agreement is an accredited traditional use of marine resources agreement for this plan.

77Conditions on accreditation of agreement

The chief executive may impose the following types of conditions on the accreditation of the traditional use of marine resources agreement—

(a)a condition allowing the holders of the accreditation to authorise other persons to carry out activities under the agreement and stating the maximum number of persons the holders may authorise;
(b)a condition that is appropriate for achieving the purposes of the Act, including, for example, a condition requiring a particular person to give the chief executive a written undertaking for activities carried out under the agreement.

78Refusing application

If the chief executive decides to refuse the application, the chief executive must, within 14 days after making the decision, give the applicant an information notice about the decision.

Division 3 Duration and ending of accreditation

79Duration of accreditation

The accreditation of a traditional use of marine resources agreement remains in force for the accreditation period for the agreement, unless the accreditation is sooner ended under section 80 or suspended or cancelled under division 5.

80Ending of accreditation by holders

(1)The holders of the accreditation of a traditional use of marine resources agreement may end the accreditation by giving notice to the chief executive before the end of the accreditation period for the agreement.
(2)The accreditation ceases to have effect on—
(a)the day the chief executive receives the notice; or
(b)if the notice states a later day that is before the end of the accreditation period—the later day.

Division 4 Authorisations under conditions of accredited agreements

81Application of division

This division applies if the accreditation of a traditional use of marine resources agreement includes a condition stating that the holders of the accreditation may authorise another person to carry out an activity that may be lawfully carried out in relation to the agreement for a stated period.

82Record of authorisation

If the holders of the accreditation give an authorisation under the condition, the holders must make a record of the following information in relation to the authorisation—

(a)the name of the person to whom the authorisation is given;
(b)the day the authorisation is given;
(c)the nature of each activity the person is authorised to carry out under the authorisation (the authorised activity).

83Effect of authorisation

(1)If the holders of the accreditation give a person an authorisation under the condition, the person may carry out the authorised activity to which the authorisation relates.
(2)For carrying out the authorised activity—
(a)the person is taken to be a member of the traditional owner group in whose name the application for the accreditation of the agreement was made; and
(b)the conditions imposed on the accreditation of the agreement and any other conditions stated in the agreement apply to the person.
(3)To remove any doubt, it is declared that the giving of an authorisation mentioned in subsection (1) does not prevent the holders of the accreditation from carrying out, under the accreditation, an activity of the same type as the authorised activity.

Division 5 Amendment, suspension and cancellation of accreditation of agreements

84Amendment

The chief executive may amend the accreditation of a traditional use of marine resources agreement, including, for example, by adding a further condition to the accreditation, if—
(a)the holders of the accreditation have given written consent to the amendment; or
(b)the chief executive reasonably believes the amendment is necessary or desirable for the conservation of the marine park; or
(c)a holder of the accreditation has failed to comply with a condition of the accreditation or another condition of the agreement.

85Suspension

The chief executive may suspend the accreditation of a traditional use of marine resources agreement if—
(a)the chief executive reasonably believes the suspension is necessary or desirable for the conservation of the marine park; or
(b)a holder of the accreditation—
(i)has failed to comply with a condition of the accreditation or another condition of the agreement; or
(ii)has committed, or is committing, an offence against the Act.

86Cancellation

The chief executive may cancel the accreditation of a traditional use of marine resources agreement if—
(a)the chief executive reasonably believes the accreditation was granted in error or because of a materially false or fraudulent document, statement or representation; or
(b)a holder of the accreditation—
(i)has failed to comply with a condition of the accreditation or another condition of the agreement; or
(ii)has committed, or is committing, an offence against the Act.

87Amendment by consent

(1)This section applies if the chief executive proposes to amend the accreditation of a traditional use of marine resources agreement under section 84(a).
(2)The chief executive may amend the accreditation by giving the holders of the accreditation—
(a)notice of the amendment; or
(b)a new accreditation certificate reflecting the amendment.

88Show cause notice for other amendments, suspension or cancellation

(1)This section—
(a)applies if the chief executive reasonably believes a ground exists to amend, suspend or cancel the accreditation of a traditional use of marine resources agreement under section 84, 85 or 86; but
(b)does not apply in relation to the ground to amend the accreditation mentioned in section 84(a).
(2)The chief executive must give the holders of the accreditation a notice (a show cause notice) inviting the holders to show why the accreditation should not be amended, suspended or cancelled (the proposed action).
(3)The show cause notice must state each of the following—
(a)the proposed action;
(b)the grounds for the proposed action;
(c)the facts and circumstances forming the basis for the grounds;
(d)if the proposed action is to amend the accreditation— the proposed amendment;
(e)if the proposed action is to suspend the accreditation— the proposed suspension period;
(f)that representations may be made about the notice;
(g)how the representations may be made;
(h)where the representations may be made or sent;
(i)the period within which the representations must be made (the show cause period).
(4)The show cause period must end at least 28 days after the show cause notice is given.

89Amendment, suspension or cancellation by chief executive

(1)This section applies if—
(a)no representations are made about the show cause notice within the show cause period; or
(b)after considering the representations about the show cause notice made within the show cause period, the chief executive—
(i)still believes a ground exists to amend, suspend or cancel the accreditation of the traditional use of marine resources agreement; and
(ii)believes the amendment, suspension or cancellation of the accreditation is warranted.
(2)The chief executive may, by notice given to the holders of the accreditation—
(a)if the proposed action is to amend the accreditation—amend the accreditation to take effect from a stated day that is at least 28 days after the notice is given; or
(b)if the proposed action is to suspend the accreditation—suspend the accreditation for a stated period no longer than the period proposed in the show cause notice; or
(c)if the proposed action is to cancel the accreditation—cancel the accreditation or suspend it for a stated period.
(3)If the chief executive decides to take action under subsection (2), the chief executive must also give the holders of the accreditation an information notice about the decision.
(4)If the chief executive amends the accreditation under subsection (2)(a), the chief executive may give the holders a new accreditation certificate reflecting the amendment.

90Effect of amendment, suspension or cancellation

(1)This section applies if the chief executive amends, suspends or cancels the accreditation of a traditional use of marine resources agreement by notice given under section 89(2).
(2)If the accreditation is amended, the amendment takes effect from the day stated in the notice.
(3)If the accreditation is suspended, the accreditation ceases to have effect—
(a)from—
(i)the day the notice is given; or
(ii)if a later day is stated in the notice—the stated day; and
(b)until the end of the period of suspension stated in the notice.
(4)If the accreditation is cancelled, the accreditation ceases to have effect from—
(a)the day the notice is given; or
(b)if a later day is stated in the notice—the stated day.

Part 7 Provisions about accreditation of educational or research institutions

91Application of part

This part applies in relation to an accreditation or proposed accreditation of an educational institution or research institution under the Marine Parks Regulation 2017, section 98
(a)if the accreditation or proposed accreditation relates only to the marine park; or
(b)for an accreditation or proposed accreditation relating to the marine park and other marine parks—to the extent the accreditation or proposed accreditation relates to the marine park.

Note—

See the Marine Parks Regulation 2017, part 5, division 3 for provisions about accreditation of educational or research institutions.

92Conditions on proposed accreditation of educational or research institution

(1)This section applies if the chief executive proposes to accredit the educational institution or research institution under the Marine Parks Regulation 2017, section 98.
(2)Before accrediting the educational institution or research institution, the chief executive may impose conditions on the accreditation.

93Amendment of accreditation of educational or research institution

The chief executive may amend the accreditation of the educational institution or research institution, including, for example, by adding a further condition to the accreditation if—
(a)the holder of the accreditation has given written consent to the amendment; or
(b)the chief executive reasonably believes the amendment is necessary or desirable for the conservation or management of the marine park.

94Suspension of accreditation of educational or research institution

The chief executive may suspend the accreditation of the educational institution or research institution if the chief executive is satisfied—
(a)the institution, in carrying out activities to which the accreditation relates, is causing disturbance to, or destruction of, natural or cultural resources of the marine park; or
(b)there is an imminent threat that the institution will cause a disturbance or destruction of the type mentioned in paragraph (a); or
(c)the holder of the accreditation has committed, or is committing, an offence against the Act; or
(d)the suspension is necessary or desirable for the conservation of the marine park; or
(e)the holder of the accreditation has failed to comply with—
(i)any of the environmental practices and standards (the relevant environmental practices and standards), adopted by the institution, as mentioned in the Marine Parks Regulation 2017, section 99; or
(ii)a condition of the accreditation imposed under section 92.

95Show cause notice for amendment or suspension

(1)This section—
(a)applies if the chief executive reasonably believes a ground exists to amend or suspend the accreditation of the educational institution or research institution under section 93 or 94; but
(b)does not apply in relation to the ground to amend the accreditation under section 93(a).
(2)The chief executive must give the holder of the accreditation a notice (a show cause notice) inviting the holder to show why the accreditation should not be amended or suspended (the proposed action).
(3)The show cause notice must state each of the following—
(a)the proposed action;
(b)the grounds for the proposed action;
(c)the facts and circumstances forming the basis for the grounds;
(d)if the proposed action is to amend the accreditation—the proposed amendment;
(e)if the proposed action is suspension of the accreditation—the proposed suspension period;
(f)that representations may be made about the notice;
(g)how the representations may be made;
(h)where the representations may be made or sent;
(i)the period within which the representations must be made (the show cause period).
(4)The show cause period must end at least 28 days after the show cause notice is given.

96Amendment or suspension of accreditation of educational or research institution

(1)This section applies if—
(a)no representations are made about the show cause notice within the show cause period; or
(b)after considering the representations about the show cause notice made within the show cause period, the chief executive—
(i)still believes a ground exists to amend or suspend the accreditation of the educational institution or research institution; and
(ii)believes the amendment or suspension of the accreditation is warranted.
(2)The chief executive may, by notice (the decision notice) given to the holder of the accreditation—
(a)if the proposed action is to amend the accreditation—amend the accreditation to take effect from a stated day that is at least 28 days after the notice is given; or
(b)if the proposed action is to suspend the accreditation—suspend the accreditation for a stated period no longer than the period proposed in the show cause notice.
(3)If the chief executive decides to take action under subsection (2), the chief executive must—
(a)give the holder of the accreditation an information notice about the decision; and
(b)publish the decision notice on the department’s website.

97Effect of amendment or suspension

(1)This section applies if the chief executive amends or suspends the accreditation of the educational institution or research institution by notice given under section 96(2).
(2)If the accreditation is amended, the amendment takes effect from the day stated in the notice.
(3)If the accreditation is suspended, the accreditation ceases to have effect—
(a)from—
(i)the day the notice is given; or
(ii)if a later day is stated in the notice—the stated day; and
(b)until the end of the period of suspension stated in the notice.

98Additional requirements for cancellation of accreditation of educational or research institution

(1)This section applies to the chief executive for cancelling the accreditation of the educational institution or research institution under the Marine Parks Regulation 2017, section 101.
(2)In addition to the ground mentioned in section 101(1)(a) or (b) of that regulation, the chief executive may also cancel the accreditation if satisfied—
(a)the institution, in carrying out activities to which the accreditation relates, is causing disturbance to, or destruction of, natural or cultural resources of the marine park that is inconsistent with—
(i)any relevant environmental practices and standards; or
(ii)a condition of the accreditation imposed under section 92; or
(b)there is an imminent threat that the institution will cause disturbance or destruction of the type mentioned in paragraph (a).
(3)If the chief executive decides to cancel the accreditation under the Marine Parks Regulation 2017, section 101, the chief executive must also give the holder of the accreditation an information notice about the decision.

Part 8 Restrictions on activities in marine park

Division 1 General restrictions for particular activities

99Bait netting

(1)A person may carry out bait netting in the marine park using only—
(a)for a recreational fisher—a cast net, scoop net or seine net complying with the Fisheries Declaration 2019, chapter 4, part 4; or
(b)for a commercial fisher—a cast net or mesh net complying with the Fisheries (Commercial Fisheries) Regulation 2019, schedule 4, part 7.
(2)A commercial fisher who is bait netting in the conservation park zone must not—
(a)take a relevant fish while bait netting; or
(b)possess a relevant fish taken in contravention of paragraph (a).
(3)For subsection (2)(a), a commercial fisher does not take a relevant fish while bait netting if—
(a)the fish is taken unintentionally; and
(b)the fisher does not allow the net containing the fish to be out of the water other than to immediately remove the fish from the net; and
(c)the fisher immediately releases the fish into water deep enough to allow the fish to escape.
(4)In this section—
commercial fisher see the Fisheries (General) Regulation 2019, schedule 11.
relevant fish means any of the following—
(a)bream of the genus Acanthopagrus or Rhabdosargus;
(b)flathead of the genus Platycephalus;
(c)whiting of the genus Sillago.

100Crabbing

(1)This section applies to a person for crabbing in the marine park.
(2)The person may use only the following apparatus for the crabbing—
(a)a collapsible trap;
(b)a crab pot;
(c)a dilly.
(3)The person must use the apparatus as required under the Fisheries Declaration 2019 or the Fisheries (General) Regulation 2019.

101Fishing or collecting

(1)A person who is fishing or collecting in the marine park must not—
(a)take or possess, other than under section 106, an animal or plant of a protected species; or
(b)take or possess, other than with a permission, a specimen of coral of a species mentioned in schedule 4, part 1; or
(c)take or possess, other than with a permission, more than 2 specimens of the same species, or a total of more than 5 specimens, of—
(i)a fish of a species mentioned in schedule 4, part 2; or
(ii)a marine invertebrate, other than an excluded invertebrate, greater than 5mm in length.
(2)If a person takes or possesses an animal or plant of a species that is authorised to be taken under the Fisheries Act 1994
(a)the person must not take or possess more than the number of specimens authorised under the Fisheries Act 1994 to be taken or possessed; and
(b)the taking or possessing must be in compliance with the Fisheries Act 1994.
(3)A person must not detach more than 1 tender boat from a primary boat in the conservation park zone.
(4)A person must not detach a tender boat from its primary boat in the marine national park zone unless—
(a)the tender boat is being used in the rescue or attempted rescue of a person in danger; or
(b)the tender boat is being used for providing assistance for an endangered aircraft, vessel or structure to prevent or mitigate damage to the environment or to the aircraft, vessel or structure; or
(c)the tender boat is being used to take a person on a direct journey from land to its primary boat, or from its primary boat to land, and throughout the journey the primary boat remains within 1 nautical mile of both the tender boat and the land.
(5)In this section—
excluded invertebrate means a marine invertebrate mentioned in schedule 4, part 3.
primary boat see the Fisheries (General) Regulation 2019, schedule 11.
tender boat see the Fisheries (General) Regulation 2019, schedule 11.

102Limited impact research (extractive)

(1)This section applies to a person carrying out limited impact research (extractive) by limited research sampling, or by installing and operating minor research aids.
(2)The person—
(a)must carry out the research in compliance with any fisheries declarations made under the Fisheries Act 1994 relevant to recreational fishers; and
(b)must carry out the research only—
(i)by hand; or
(ii)with the use of minor research aids; and
(c)may collect only the following—
(i)plankton;
(ii)no more than 500L of water for samples for each research project being carried out for each year;
(iii)no more than 500L of sediment for samples for each research project being carried out for each year;
(iv)non-marine invertebrates;
(v)marine plants, if the collection is carried out in compliance with the Fisheries Act 1994; and
(d)may use a research trawl only in the general use zone; and
(e)may tag species of plants or animals other than protected species for carrying out the research; and
(f)must not use explosives or chemicals; and
(g)must ensure an animal or plant that is a protected species is not taken; and
(h)must ensure a specimen from the class Anthozoa or Hydrozoa is not taken.

103Using a minor research aid

(1)A person carrying out limited impact research (extractive) may use only the following research aids (each a minor research aid)—
(a)the fishing apparatus and methods authorised under the Fisheries Act 1994 for recreational fishers;
(b)a baited station, invertebrate trap, leaf litter trap or light trap;
(c)a plankton net that is not fixed or attached in place;
(d)a device for sampling water;
(e)a device for sampling sediment;
(f)a tag for an animal or plant;
(g)a data logger, camera and sound recording equipment, or a video recording device;
(h)hand-held monitoring equipment;
(i)a marker buoy;
(j)fixed transect tape;
(k)a fixed quadrat.
(2)A minor research aid may be fixed in position only by a concrete nail, an inverted-u-shaped metal rod, a line or rope, a stake less than 12mm in diameter, a bolt or a dive weight.
(3)A person carrying out limited impact research (extractive) may use a total of no more than 20 minor research aids for each research project being carried out.
(4)A person carrying out limited impact research (extractive) by limited research sampling in the marine park must ensure that a minor research aid used by the person for the research—
(a)does not emit sounds or frequencies that disturb cetaceans or dugongs; and
(b)is not motorised or pneumatically or hydraulically operated, unless the minor research aid is a water sampling device; and
(c)is removed from the marine park within 30 days after the research ends (the notification period).
(5)However, subsection (4)(c) does not apply if, before the end of the notification period, the person gives the chief executive notice that the minor research aid has not been removed.
(6)If the person gives the chief executive a notice under subsection (5), the chief executive may, by notice to the person, impose conditions on the use of the minor research aid.
(7)In this section—
baited station means a device or equipment that uses bait to attract, capture or detect an animal.
invertebrate trap means a device or equipment used to attract, capture or detect an invertebrate animal.
leaf litter trap means a device or equipment used to catch or capture plant matter.
light trap means a device or equipment that includes the use of a light to attract, capture or detect an animal or plant.

104Limited impact research (non-extractive)

(1)A person carrying out limited impact research (non-extractive) must carry out the research—
(a)if the research involves monitoring—using hand-held equipment; and
(b)if the research involves conducting an aerial survey—at an altitude of more than 500ft.
(2)If the research involves carrying out a visual survey, the person must not disturb an animal’s natural behaviour, including, for example, by chasing the animal or interrupting the animal’s swimming pattern.
(3)A person associated with the research must stay with any equipment being used for conducting a visual survey during the research.
(4)In this section—
diver propulsion vehicle means a device used to tow a person through the water.

Examples of a diver propulsion vehicle—

a manta board, a scooter
equipment includes a camera and sound recording equipment, a diver propulsion vehicle, non-fixed transect tape, non-fixed quadrats and a video recording device.

105Limited spearfishing

(1)A person carrying out limited spearfishing in the marine park must not use any of the following for the activity—
(a)a powerhead;
(b)a firearm;
(c)a light;
(d)underwater breathing apparatus, other than a snorkel.
(2)In this section—
powerhead means a device that—
(a)contains an explosive charge; and
(b)may be attached to a spear or spear gun.

106Entry or use for taking protected species etc.

(1)A person must not enter or use the marine park for the purpose of taking an animal or plant of a protected species unless the person enters or uses the marine park for that purpose—
(a)with a permission; or
(b)under an accredited traditional use of marine resources agreement.
(2)A person must not enter or use the marine park for taking an animal of the species Solegnathus hardwickii or S. dunckeri unless the person complies with the Fisheries Declaration 2019 and the Fisheries (Commercial Fisheries) Regulation 2019, schedule 2 for the taking.

Division 2 Other restrictions

107Prohibition on anchoring or mooring for more than 120 days

(1)A person must not anchor or moor a vessel or aircraft in the marine park for more than 120 days in any 12-month period.

Maximum penalty—10 penalty units.

(2)Subsection (1) does not apply to a person—
(a)anchoring or mooring a vessel or aircraft with a permission; or
(b)attaching a vessel to a mooring in a mooring area in compliance with section 56; or
(c)attaching a vessel or aircraft to an approved mooring; or
(d)lawfully attaching a vessel or aircraft to a lawful structure.
(3)In this section—
approved mooring means a mooring—
(a)installed by the State or with a permission; or
(b)established as required under the Transport Operations (Marine Safety) Act 1994.
lawful structure means a structure, other than a mooring, built in compliance with the requirements, under any Act, relating to the structure.

108Disturbing shorebirds

(1)A public entity exercising statutory powers in relation to the marine park must consult with the chief executive about any proposal or action by the entity that may affect the value of the marine park to shorebirds.
(2)A person must not take a dog into the marine park unless the dog is controlled or restrained by the person in a way that prevents the dog from causing unreasonable disturbance to a shorebird in the marine park.

Maximum penalty—10 penalty units.

(3)A person must not cause unreasonable disturbance to shorebirds in the marine park, including, for example by—
(a)navigating an aircraft or vessel through a group of feeding or roosting shorebirds; or
(b)driving a vehicle through a group of feeding or roosting shorebirds; or
(c)landing, or taking off in, an aircraft through, or hovering in an aircraft above, a group of feeding or roosting shorebirds.

Maximum penalty—10 penalty units.

Example of conduct that may cause unreasonable disturbance—

doing or omitting to do a thing that causes a shorebird to take flight
(4)A person must not, in the marine park, cause undue disturbance to the habitat of a shorebird.

Maximum penalty—10 penalty units.

109Restoration of habitat disturbed by bait gathering

(1)This section applies to a person who uses the marine park for bait gathering bloodworms, whether for recreation or a commercial purpose.
(2)The person must restore any habitat in the marine park disturbed by the person while carrying out the bait gathering.

Maximum penalty—10 penalty units.

Example of restoring a disturbed habitat—

If a person disturbs seagrass habitat while bait gathering bloodworms, the person may restore the disturbed habitat by replacing all seagrass sods in an upright position.

110Particular activities prohibited by regulatory notice

(1)For the Marine Parks Regulation 2017, section 115(1)(b), any of the following activities carried out in or near an artificial reef in the marine park may be prohibited by a regulatory notice—
(a)scuba diving;
(b)snorkelling;
(c)spearfishing;
(d)charter fishing;
(e)fishing for commercial purposes;
(f)fishing for recreation;
(g)anchoring.
(2)If an activity mentioned in subsection (1) is prohibited by a regulatory notice, a person must not carry out the activity in or near an artificial reef to which the notice applies unless the person has a reasonable excuse.

Maximum penalty—20 penalty units.

(3)In this section—
artificial reef means any structure or material placed on the substrate, or on or under water, to—
(a)create, restore or enhance a habitat for plants or animals; or
(b)attract plants or animals; or
(c)provide a place for diving or fishing activities.

Part 9 Repeal

111Repeal

The Marine Parks (Moreton Bay) Zoning Plan 2008, SL No. 343 is repealed.

Part 10 Transitional provisions

112Definition for part

In this part—
repealed plan means the repealed Marine Parks (Moreton Bay) Zoning Plan 2008.

113Continuation of accredited traditional use of marine resources agreement

(1)This section applies to an accredited traditional use of marine resources agreement (a continuing agreement) under the repealed plan that was in effect immediately before the commencement.
(2)The continuing agreement continues as an accredited traditional use of marine resources agreement under this plan until—
(a)the day stated in the original agreement notice for the agreement as the day the agreement ceases to have effect as an accredited traditional use of marine resources agreement; or
(b)if the accreditation for the agreement is sooner ended under section 80 or suspended or cancelled under part 6, division 5—the day the accreditation is ended, suspended or cancelled.
(3)For ending, suspending, cancelling or otherwise dealing with the accreditation for the continuing agreement—
(a)the original agreement notice for the agreement is taken to be the accreditation certificate for the agreement; and
(b)the period for which the agreement has effect as stated in the original agreement notice is taken to be the accreditation period for the agreement.
(4)In this section—
original agreement notice, for a continuing agreement, means the notice that was given with the agreement under the repealed plan, section 76(3).

114Application for accreditation of traditional use of marine resources agreement

(1)This section applies if—
(a)before the commencement, a person applied for accreditation of a traditional use of marine resources agreement under the repealed plan, section 71; and
(b)immediately before the commencement, the application had not been granted or refused under the repealed plan, part 6, division 1, subdivision 2.
(2)The application is taken to be an application made under section 72.
(3)However, subsection (2) does not limit or otherwise affect sections 73 and 74 in relation to the application.

115Continuation of procedure for amending, suspending or cancelling accreditation of agreement

(1)This section applies if—
(a)before the commencement, the chief executive gave the holder of an accreditation of a traditional use of marine resources agreement a notice under the repealed plan, section 81 about taking proposed action under that section; and
(b)immediately before the commencement, the chief executive had not taken the proposed action or decided not to take the proposed action.
(2)Sections 89 and 90 apply for amending, suspending or cancelling the accreditation as if the notice had been a show cause notice given under section 88.

116Continuation of procedure for amending or suspending accreditation of educational or research institution

(1)This section applies if—
(a)before the commencement, the chief executive gave the holder of an accreditation of an educational institution or research institution a notice under the repealed plan, section 90 about taking proposed action under that section; and
(b)immediately before the commencement, the chief executive had not taken the proposed action or decided not to take the proposed action.
(2)Sections 96 and 97 apply for amending or suspending the accreditation as if the notice had been a show cause notice given under section 95.

Schedule 1 Zones

section 8(2)

Part 1 General use zone

Note—

The sequence of the letters ‘GUZ’ and the number preceding the name of each area in the general use zone described in this part is the unique identifier used to identify the area.

1GUZ01—Bulcock Beach

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the meridian of longitude 153°07.556' east (at or about the point of 26°48.366' south, 153°07.556' east) then running progressively—
(a)generally easterly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°07.737' east (at or about the point of 26°48.338' south, 153°07.737' east); and
(b)south along the meridian of longitude 153°07.737' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 26°48.350' south; and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 26°48.350' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°07.621' east; and
(d)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°48.378' south, 153°07.556' east; and
(e)north along the meridian of longitude 153°07.556' east to the starting point.

2GUZ02—Moreton Bay–Offshore

The area of the marine park that is not in another zone and not in another area described in this part.

3GUZ03—Elimbah Creek (west)

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the meridian of longitude 153°04.171' east (at or about the point of 27°01.982' south, 153°04.171' east) then running progressively—
(a)generally south-easterly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°02.279' south (at or about the point of 27°02.279' south, 153°04.387' east); and
(b)northerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°02.264' south, 153°04.387' east; and
(c)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°02.251' south, 153°04.417' east; and
(d)northerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°02.192' south, 153°04.411' east; and
(e)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°02.050' south, 153°04.302' east; and
(f)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°01.990' south, 153°04.171' east; and
(g)north along the meridian of longitude 153°04.171' east to the starting point.

4GUZ04—Elimbah Creek (east)

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°02.034' south (at or about the point of 27°02.034' south, 153°04.656' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°02.034' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°04.669' east; and
(b)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°02.145' south, 153°04.678' east; and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°02.145' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°02.145' south, 153°04.667' east); and
(d)generally northerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to the starting point.

5GUZ05—Elimbah Creek

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°02.361' south, 153°04.887' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°02.361' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°02.361' south, 153°04.903' east); and
(b)generally south-westerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°04.788' east (at or about the point of 27°02.542' south, 153°04.788' east); and
(c)north along the meridian of longitude 153°04.788' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°02.529' south; and
(d)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°02.481' south, 153°04.839' east; and
(e)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°02.411' south, 153°04.887' east; and
(f)north along the meridian of longitude 153°04.887' east to the starting point.

6GUZ06—Caboolture River

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°08.981' south (at or about the point of 27°08.981' south, 153°01.822' east) then running progressively—
(a)generally north-westerly and south-easterly (via the Caboolture River) along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°02.197' east (at or about the point of 27°08.762' south, 153°02.197' east); and
(b)south along the meridian of longitude 153°02.197' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°09.240' south; and
(c)north-westerly along the geodesic to the starting point.

7GUZ07—Wynnum Creek

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°26.141' south (at or about the point of 27°26.141' south, 153°10.453' east) then running progressively—
(a)south-easterly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the meridian of longitude 153°10.461' east (at or about the point of 27°26.159' south, 153°10.461' east); and
(b)generally south-westerly and north-easterly (via Wynnum Creek) along the marine park boundary on the mainland to the starting point.

8GUZ08—Dunwich

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°29.918' south, 153°23.621' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°29.918' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°29.918' south, 153°23.996' east); and
(b)generally south-easterly along the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°24.357' east (at or about the point of 27°30.209' south, 153°24.357' east); and
(c)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°30.388' south, 153°24.131' east; and
(d)west along the parallel of latitude 27°30.388' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°23.645' east; and
(e)northerly along the geodesic to the starting point.

9GUZ09—Cleveland Point

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°30.642' south, 153°17.317' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°30.642' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°30.642' south, 153°17.345' east); and
(b)generally southerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°17.262' east (at or about the point of 27°30.864' south, 153°17.262' east); and
(c)northerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°30.726' south, 153°17.317' east; and
(d)north along the meridian of longitude 153°17.317' east to the starting point.

10GUZ10—Weinam Creek

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°37.050' south (at or about the point of 27°37.050' south, 153°18.669' east) then running progressively—
(a)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.020' south, 153°18.722' east; and
(b)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.046' south, 153°18.814' east; and
(c)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.084' south, 153°18.830' east; and
(d)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.165' south, 153°18.723' east; and
(e)westerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°37.167' south (at or about the point of 27°37.167' south, 153°18.694' east); and
(f)generally westerly and north-easterly (via Weinam Creek) along the marine park boundary on the mainland to the starting point.

11GUZ11—Russell Island

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Russell Island and the parallel of latitude 27°40.657' south (at or about the point of 27°40.657' south, 153°23.545' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°40.657' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°23.647' east; and
(b)south along the meridian of longitude 153°23.647' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°41.086' south; and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°41.086' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Russell Island (at or about the point of 27°41.086' south, 153°23.575' east); and
(d)generally northerly along the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Russell Island to the starting point.

12GUZ12—Logan River

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the mangrove line of the western side of Lagoon Island and the parallel of latitude 27°41.620' south (at or about the point of 27°41.620' south, 153°19.626' east) then running progressively—
(a)generally easterly along the mangrove line of the southern end of Lagoon Island to the most south-eastern extent of the mangrove line of Lagoon Island (at or about the point of 27°41.702' south, 153°20.359' east); and
(b)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°41.500' south, 153°21.100' east; and
(c)south along the meridian of longitude 153°21.100' east to its intersection with the mangrove line of the mainland (at or about the point of 27°41.860' south, 153°21.100' east); and
(d)generally westerly (via the southern side of the Logan River) along the mangrove line of the mainland to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°42.289' south, 153°19.460' east); and
(e)north-westerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the mangrove line of the mainland (at or about the point of 27°42.122' south, 153°19.271' east); and
(f)generally north-easterly along the mangrove line of the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°41.990' south (at or about the point of 27°41.990' south, 153°19.380' east); and
(g)north-easterly along the geodesic to the starting point.

13GUZ13—Cabbage Tree Point

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°43.533' south (at or about the point of 27°43.533' south, 153°21.069' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°43.533' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°21.396' east; and
(b)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°43.877' south, 153°21.607' east; and
(c)south along the meridian of longitude 153°21.607' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°44.309' south; and
(d)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°44.819' south, 153°21.240' east; and
(e)south along the meridian of longitude 153°21.240' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°45.154' south; and
(f)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°45.437' south, 153°21.464' east; and
(g)west along the parallel of latitude 27°45.437' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°45.437' south, 153°21.195' east); and
(h)generally northerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to the starting point.

14GUZ14—Jacobs Well

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°46.434' south (at or about the point of 27°46.434' south, 153°21.598' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°46.434' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°22.115' east; and
(b)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°46.736' south, 153°22.133' east; and
(c)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°46.849' south, 153°22.388' east; and
(d)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°46.878' south, 153°22.915' east; and
(e)south along the meridian of longitude 153°22.915' east to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°47.246' south, 153°22.915' east); and
(f)generally north-westerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to the starting point.

15GUZ15—South Stradbroke Island–Tipplers

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°48.147' south, 153°25.620' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°48.147' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of South Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°48.147' south, 153°25.654' east); and
(b)generally southerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of South Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°48.458' south (at or about the point of 27°48.458' south, 153°25.554' east); and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°48.458' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°25.528' east; and
(d)northerly along the geodesic to the starting point.

Note—

The general use zone does not include any area within its boundary described in part 2, 3 or 4 of this schedule. See section 8(3).

Part 2 Habitat protection zone

Note—

The sequence of the letters ‘HPZ’ and the number preceding the name of each area in the habitat protection zone described in this part is the unique identifier used to identify the area.

16HPZ01—Bribie Island (north)

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 26°50.558' south (at or about the point of 26°50.558' south, 153°06.467' east) then running progressively—
(a)generally north-easterly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°07.556' east (at or about the point of 26°48.366' south, 153°07.556' east); and
(b)south along the meridian of longitude 153°07.556' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 26°48.378' south; and
(c)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 26°48.350' south, 153°07.621' east; and
(d)east along the parallel of latitude 26°48.350' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°07.737' east; and
(e)north along the meridian of longitude 153°07.737' east to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 26°48.338' south, 153°07.737' east); and
(f)generally easterly along the marine park boundary on the mainland and then easterly along the outer marine park boundary to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°09.217' east (at or about the point of 26°48.195' south, 153°09.217' east); and
(g)south-westerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the coastal 1km high water line of the northern end of Bribie Island and the meridian of longitude 153°08.223' east (at or about the point of 26°48.719' south, 153°08.223' east); and
(h)generally southerly along the coastal 1km high water line of the eastern side of Bribie Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 26°55.896' south (at or about the point of 26°55.896' south, 153°09.337' east); and
(i)west along the parallel of latitude 26°55.896' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Bribie Island (at or about the point of 26°55.896' south, 153°08.712' east); and
(j)generally northerly along the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Bribie Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°07.906' east (at or about the point of 26°49.181' south, 153°07.906' east); and
(k)north along the meridian of longitude 153°07.906' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 26°48.534' south; and
(l)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°48.433' south, 153°07.847' east; and
(m)west along the parallel of latitude 26°48.433' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°07.690' east; and
(n)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°48.636' south, 153°07.491' east; and
(o)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°48.805' south, 153°07.400' east; and
(p)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°49.240' south, 153°07.347' east; and
(q)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°49.865' south, 153°07.376' east; and
(r)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°50.640' south, 153°07.023' east; and
(s)westerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°50.558' south, 153°06.737' east; and
(t)west along the parallel of latitude 26°50.558' south to the starting point.

17HPZ02—Moreton Island to Broadwater

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 26°51.440' south, 153°10.790' east then running progressively—
(aa)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 26°56.732' south, 153°26.570' east; and
(ab)east along the parallel of latitude 26°56.732' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°30.376' east; and
(ac)south along the meridian of longitude 153°30.376' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 26°58.746' south; and
(ad)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°06.480' south, 153°29.440' east; and
(ae)west along the parallel of latitude 27°06.480' south to its intersection with the coastal 500m high water line of the eastern side of Moreton Island (at or about the point of 27°06.480' south, 153°26.769' east); and
(af)generally southerly along the coastal 500m high water line of the eastern side of Moreton Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°10.130' south (at or about the point of 27°10.130' south, 153°25.829' east); and
(ag)east along the parallel of latitude 27°10.130' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°28.448' east; and
(ah)south along the meridian of longitude 153°28.448' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°19.670' south; and
(ai)west along the parallel of latitude 27°19.670' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Moreton Island (at or about the point of 27°19.670' south, 153°26.349' east); and
(aj)generally northerly along the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Moreton Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°04.422' south (at or about the point of 27°04.422' south, 153°27.082' east); and
(ak)east along the parallel of latitude 27°04.422' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°28.674' east; and
(al)north along the meridian of longitude 153°28.674' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°00.945' south; and
(am)west along the parallel of latitude 27°00.945' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°23.114' east; and
(an)south along the meridian of longitude 153°23.114' east to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the northern end of Moreton Island (at or about the point of 27°02.655' south, 153°23.114' east); and
(ao)generally southerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of Moreton Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°20.917' south (at or about the point of 27°20.917' south, 153°25.192' east); and
(ap)west along the parallel of latitude 27°20.917' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°24.819' east; and
(aq)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°22.835' south, 153°24.973' east; and
(ar)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°22.410' south, 153°24.485' east; and
(as)westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°22.347' south, 153°24.215' east; and
(at)westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°22.442' south, 153°23.855' east; and
(au)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°22.702' south, 153°23.651' east; and
(av)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°25.148' south, 153°24.963' east; and
(aw)south-easterly along the geodesic to the intersection of the 2m depth contour of the western side of North Stradbroke Island and the parallel of latitude 27°25.903' south (at or about the point of 27°25.903' south, 153°25.369' east); and
(ax)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°26.242' south, 153°25.550' east; and
(ay)east along the parallel of latitude 27°26.242' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°26.242' south, 153°26.062' east); and
(az)generally southerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°28.496' south (at or about the point of 27°28.496' south, 153°25.132' east); and
(ba)west along the parallel of latitude 27°28.496' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°24.566' east; and
(bb)north along the meridian of longitude 153°24.566' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°28.369' south; and
(bc)east along the parallel of latitude 27°28.369' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°24.821' east; and
(bd)north along the meridian of longitude 153°24.821' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°28.286' south; and
(be)west along the parallel of latitude 27°28.286' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°24.566' east; and
(bf)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°28.346' south, 153°24.438' east; and
(bg)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°28.433' south, 153°24.297' east; and
(bh)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°28.527' south, 153°24.176' east; and
(bi)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°28.852' south, 153°23.961' east; and
(bj)south along the meridian of longitude 153°23.961' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°29.236' south; and
(bk)east along the parallel of latitude 27°29.236' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°29.236' south, 153°24.441' east); and
(bl)generally south-westerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°29.918' south (at or about the point of 27°29.918' south, 153°23.996' east); and
(bm)west along the parallel of latitude 27°29.918' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°23.621' east; and
(bn)westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°30.396' south, 153°22.436' east; and
(bo)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°31.116' south, 153°22.945' east; and
(bp)east along the parallel of latitude 27°31.116' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°23.085' east; and
(bq)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°30.388' south, 153°24.131' east; and
(br)north-easterly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island and the meridian of longitude 153°24.357' east (at or about the point of 27°30.209' south, 153°24.357' east); and
(bs)generally southerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°34.864' south (at or about the point of 27°34.864' south, 153°24.805' east); and
(bt)west along the parallel of latitude 27°34.864' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°24.459' east; and
(bu)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°35.135' south, 153°24.332' east; and
(bv)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°35.507' south, 153°24.201' east; and
(bw)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°36.493' south, 153°24.263' east; and
(bx)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.308' south, 153°24.411' east; and
(by)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.588' south, 153°24.524' east; and
(bz)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.188' south, 153°23.911' east; and
(ca)west along the parallel of latitude 27°37.188' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Lamb Island (at or about the point of 27°37.188' south, 153°23.216' east); and
(cb)generally westerly, southerly and easterly along the marine park boundary on Lamb Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°22.726' east (at or about the point of 27°37.902' south, 153°22.726' east); and
(cc)south along the meridian of longitude 153°22.726' east to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the northern end of Karragarra Island (at or about the point of 27°38.342' south, 153°22.726' east); and
(cd)generally easterly along the marine park boundary on the northern end of Karragarra Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°38.414' south (at or about the point of 27°38.414' south, 153°23.021' east); and
(ce)southerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the northern end of Russell Island and the meridian of longitude 153°23.021' east (at or about the point of 27°38.806' south, 153°23.021' east); and
(cf)generally westerly, southerly and easterly along the marine park boundary on Russell Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°23.387' east (at or about the point of 27°42.286' south, 153°23.387' east); and
(cg)south along the meridian of longitude 153°23.387' east to its intersection with the coastal low water line of the northern end of Cobby Cobby Island (at or about the point of 27°42.573' south, 153°23.387' east); and
(ch)generally westerly along the coastal low water line of the northern end of Cobby Cobby Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°22.248' east (at or about the point of 27°42.540' south, 153°22.248' east); and
(ci)south along the meridian of longitude 153°22.248' east to its intersection with the coastal low water line of the southern end of Cobby Cobby Island (at or about the point of 27°42.923' south, 153°22.248' east); and
(cj)generally south-easterly along the coastal low water line of the southern end of Cobby Cobby Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°23.964' east (at or about the point of 27°43.975' south, 153°23.964' east); and
(ck)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°44.736' south, 153°24.762' east; and
(cl)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°44.675' south, 153°25.866' east; and
(cm)south-easterly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the north-western end of South Stradbroke Island and the parallel of latitude 27°45.154' south (at or about the point of 27°45.154' south, 153°26.348' east); and
(cn)generally southerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of South Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°48.147' south (at or about the point of 27°48.147' south, 153°25.654' east); and
(co)west along the parallel of latitude 27°48.147' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°25.620' east; and
(cp)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°48.458' south, 153°25.528' east; and
(cq)east along the parallel of latitude 27°48.458' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of South Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°48.458' south, 153°25.554' east); and
(cr)generally southerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of South Stradbroke Island, then generally northerly and south-westerly (via Coombabah Creek) along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°54.106' south (at or about the point of 27°54.106' south, 153°21.410' east); and
(cs)west along the parallel of latitude 27°54.106' south to its intersection with the mangrove line (on the western side of Coombabah Creek) of the mainland (at or about the point of 27°54.106' south, 153°21.170' east); and
(ct)generally north-easterly along the mangrove line (via the western side of Coombabah Creek) of the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°53.479' south (at or about the point of 27°53.479' south, 153°21.455' east); and
(cu)east along the parallel of latitude 27°53.479' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°53.479' south, 153°21.543' east); and
(cv)generally easterly (via Coombabah Creek) and northerly (via the Coomera River) along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°49.367' south (at or about the point of 27°49.367' south, 153°22.648' east); and
(cw)north-westerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°49.329' south (at or about the point of 27°49.329' south, 153°22.620' east); and
(cx)generally northerly (via the Pimpama River) along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°22.915' east (at or about the point of 27°47.246' south, 153°22.915' east); and
(cy)north along the meridian of longitude 153°22.915' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°46.878' south; and
(cz)westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°46.849' south, 153°22.388' east; and
(da)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°46.736' south, 153°22.133' east; and
(db)northerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°46.434' south, 153°22.115' east; and
(dc)west along the parallel of latitude 27°46.434' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°46.434' south, 153°21.598' east); and
(dd)generally northerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°45.437' south (at or about the point of 27°45.437' south, 153°21.195' east); and
(de)east along the parallel of latitude 27°45.437' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°21.464' east; and
(df)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°45.154' south, 153°21.240' east; and
(dg)north along the meridian of longitude 153°21.240' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°44.819' south; and
(dh)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°44.309' south, 153°21.607' east; and
(di)north along the meridian of longitude 153°21.607' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°43.877' south; and
(dj)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°43.533' south, 153°21.396' east; and
(dk)west along the parallel of latitude 27°43.533' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°43.533' south, 153°21.069' east); and
(dl)generally north-westerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the mangrove line of the mainland (at or about the point of 27°42.289' south, 153°19.460' east); and
(dm)generally easterly (via the southern side of the Logan River) along the mangrove line of the mainland to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°21.100' east (at or about the point of 27°41.860' south, 153°21.100' east); and
(dn)north along the meridian of longitude 153°21.100' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°41.500' south; and
(do)north-easterly along the geodesic to the intersection of the mangrove line of the southern end of Long Island and the meridian of longitude 153°21.351' east (at or about the point of 27°41.232' south, 153°21.351' east); and
(dp)generally northerly along the mangrove line of the eastern side of Long Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°21.245' east (at or about the point of 27°38.949' south, 153°21.245' east); and
(dq)westerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the mangrove line of the eastern side of Pannikin Island and the parallel of latitude 27°38.949' south (at or about the point of 27°38.949' south, 153°20.493' east); and
(dr)generally north-westerly and southerly along the mangrove line of Pannikin Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°19.779' east (at or about the point of 27°40.228' south, 153°19.779' east); and
(ds)south-westerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the mangrove line of the northern end of Lagoon Island and the meridian of longitude 153°19.522' east (at or about the point of 27°40.624' south, 153°19.522' east); and
(dt)generally southerly along the mangrove line of the western side of Lagoon Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°41.620' south (at or about the point of 27°41.620' south, 153°19.626' east); and
(du)south-westerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the mangrove line of the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°41.990' south (at or about the point of 27°41.990' south, 153°19.380' east); and
(dv)generally south-westerly along the mangrove line of the mainland to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°42.122' south, 153°19.271' east); and
(dw)generally northerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°37.167' south (at or about the point of 27°37.167' south, 153°18.694' east); and
(dx)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.165' south, 153°18.723' east; and
(dy)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.084' south, 153°18.830' east; and
(dz)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.046' south, 153°18.814' east; and
(ea)westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.020' south, 153°18.722' east; and
(eb)south-westerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°37.050' south (at or about the point of 27°37.050' south, 153°18.669' east); and
(ec)generally northerly (via Moogurrapum Creek) along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°18.295' east (at or about the point of 27°33.839' south, 153°18.295' east); and
(ed)north along the meridian of longitude 153°18.295' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°33.716' south; and
(ee)east along the parallel of latitude 27°33.716' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°19.142' east; and
(ef)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°32.465' south, 153°20.203' east; and
(eg)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°31.962' south, 153°19.983' east; and
(eh)westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°31.842' south, 153°18.941' east; and
(ei)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°32.596' south, 153°18.523' east; and
(ej)west along the parallel of latitude 27°32.596' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°17.383' east; and
(ek)south along the meridian of longitude 153°17.383' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°33.930' south; and
(el)east along the parallel of latitude 27°33.930' south to its intersection with the mangrove line (eastern side of Eprapah Creek) of the mainland (at or about the point of 27°33.930' south, 153°17.467' east); and
(em)generally southerly (via the eastern side of Eprapah Creek) along the mangrove line of the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°34.221' south (at or about the point of 27°34.221' south, 153°17.402' east); and
(en)east along the parallel of latitude 27°34.221' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°34.221' south, 153°17.425' east); and
(eo)generally southerly and northerly (via Eprapah Creek) along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°30.642' south (on the western side of Cleveland Point, at or about the point of 27°30.642' south, 153°17.345' east); and
(ep)west along the parallel of latitude 27°30.642' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°17.317' east; and
(eq)south along the meridian of longitude 153°17.317' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°30.726' south; and
(er)southerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the meridian of longitude 153°17.262' east (at or about the point of 27°30.864' south, 153°17.262' east); and
(es)generally north-westerly (via Hilliards Creek and Tingalpa Creek) along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°10.461' east (at or about the point of 27°26.159' south, 153°10.461' east); and
(et)north-westerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°26.141' south (at or about the point of 27°26.141' south, 153°10.453' east); and
(eu)generally northerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°21.814' south (at or about the point of 27°21.814' south, 153°11.687' east); and
(ev)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°22.330' south, 153°14.720' east; and
(ew)west along the parallel of latitude 27°22.330' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°13.200' east; and
(ex)south along the meridian of longitude 153°13.200' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°24.470' south; and
(ey)east along the parallel of latitude 27°24.470' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°14.720' east; and
(ez)south along the meridian of longitude 153°14.720' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°26.944' south; and
(fa)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°29.595' south, 153°18.377' east; and
(fb)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°27.630' south, 153°20.469' east; and
(fc)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°25.990' south, 153°17.410' east; and
(fd)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°25.310' south, 153°18.260' east; and
(fe)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°24.220' south, 153°20.100' east; and
(ff)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°22.110' south, 153°21.247' east; and
(fg)east along the parallel of latitude 27°22.110' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°22.680' east; and
(fh)north along the meridian of longitude 153°22.680' east to its intersection with the coastal 1km high water line of the western side of Moreton Island (at or about the point of 27°15.594' south, 153°22.680' east); and
(fi)generally northerly along the coastal 1km high water line of the western side of Moreton Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°03.837' south (at or about the point of 27°03.837' south, 153°21.178' east); and
(fj)westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°02.130' south, 153°16.770' east; and
(fk)east along the parallel of latitude 27°02.130' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°20.000' east; and
(fl)north along the meridian of longitude 153°20.000' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 26°56.500' south; and
(fm)westerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°54.640' south, 153°14.100' east; and
(fn)north-westerly along the geodesic to the starting point.

18HPZ03—North Point–Yellow Patch

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the coastal 500m high water line of the northern end of Moreton Island and the meridian of longitude 153°25.912' east (at or about the point of 27°01.731' south, 153°25.912' east) then running progressively—
(a)generally north-easterly along the coastal 500m high water line of the northern end of Moreton Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°27.382' east (at or about the point of 27°01.061' south, 153°27.382' east); and
(b)south along the meridian of longitude 153°27.382' east to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the northern end of Moreton Island (at or about the point of 27°01.463' south, 153°27.382' east); and
(c)generally westerly along the marine park boundary on the northern end of Moreton Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°25.912' east (at or about the point of 27°02.002' south, 153°25.912' east); and
(d)north along the meridian of longitude 153°25.912' east to the starting point.

19HPZ04—Bribie Island (west)

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the coastal 100m high water line of the western side of Bribie Island and the parallel of latitude 27°02.234' south (at or about the point of 27°02.234' south, 153°07.877' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°02.234' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of Bribie Island (at or about the point of 27°02.234' south, 153°07.932' east); and
(b)generally south-easterly along the marine park boundary on the western side of Bribie Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°05.476' south (at or about the point of 27°05.476' south, 153°09.672' east); and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°05.476' south to its intersection with the coastal 100m high water line of the western side of Bribie Island (at or about the point of 27°05.476' south, 153°09.579' east); and
(d)generally north-westerly along the coastal 100m high water line of the western side of Bribie Island to the starting point.

20HPZ05—Deception Bay

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°06.805' south (at or about the point of 27°06.805' south, 153°03.851' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°06.805' south to its intersection with the coastal 500m high water line of the mainland (at or about the point of 27°06.805' south, 153°04.243' east); and
(b)generally south-westerly along the coastal 500m high water line of the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°08.080' south (at or about the point of 27°08.080' south, 153°03.475' east); and
(c)east along the parallel of latitude 27°08.080' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°05.358' east; and
(d)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°09.190' south, 153°03.910' east; and
(e)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°10.970' south, 153°06.140' east; and
(f)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°10.989' south, 153°06.718' east; and
(g)south along the meridian of longitude 153°06.718' east to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°11.476' south, 153°06.718' east); and
(h)generally north-westerly (via Burpengary Creek) along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°08.981' south (at or about the point of 27°08.981' south, 153°01.822' east); and
(i)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°09.240' south, 153°02.197' east; and
(j)north along the meridian of longitude 153°02.197' east to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°08.762' south, 153°02.197' east); and
(k)generally north-easterly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to the starting point.

21HPZ06—Redcliffe

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°11.563' south (at or about the point of 27°11.563' south, 153°06.882' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°11.563' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°07.883' east; and
(b)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°14.510' south, 153°07.400' east; and
(c)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°15.302' south, 153°07.143' east; and
(d)west along the parallel of latitude 27°15.302' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°15.302' south, 153°06.634' east); and
(e)generally northerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to the starting point.

22HPZ07—Clontarf Point

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the meridian of longitude 153°04.765' east (at or about the point of 27°15.802' south, 153°04.765' east) then running progressively—
(a)generally north-easterly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°04.855' east (at or about the point of 27°15.706' south, 153°04.855' east); and
(b)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°15.795' south, 153°04.843' east; and
(c)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°15.823' south, 153°04.818' east; and
(d)west along the parallel of latitude 27°15.823' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°04.802' east; and
(e)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°15.807' south, 153°04.765' east; and
(f)north along the meridian of longitude 153°04.765' east to the starting point.

23HPZ08—Pine River

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°16.335' south (at or about the point of 27°16.335' south, 153°03.404' east) then running progressively—
(a)south-easterly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the meridian of longitude 153°03.805' east (at or about the point of 27°16.986' south, 153°03.805' east); and
(b)generally south-westerly and north-easterly (via Bald Hills Creek and the Pine River) along the marine park boundary on the mainland to the starting point.

24HPZ09—Cabbage Tree Creek

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°19.908' south (at or about the point of 27°19.908' south, 153°04.998' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°19.908' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°05.022' east; and
(b)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°20.033' south, 153°04.946' east; and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°20.033' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°20.033' south, 153°04.924' east); and
(d)generally north-easterly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to the starting point.

25HPZ10—West Banks

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°19.440' south, 153°06.440' east then running progressively—
(a)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°19.897' south, 153°10.591' east; and
(b)south-westerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the meridian of longitude 153°09.117' east (at or about the point of 27°21.955' south, 153°09.117' east); and
(c)generally north-westerly (via Jubilee Creek) along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°06.000' east (at or about the point of 27°20.568' south, 153°06.000' east); and
(d)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°20.568' south, 153°06.440' east; and
(e)north along the meridian of longitude 153°06.440' east to the starting point.

26HPZ11—Mud Island

The area east of the meridian of longitude 153°14.065' east that is enclosed within the 2m depth contour of Mud Island.

27HPZ12—Flinders Beach

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°23.048' south, 153°27.297' east then running progressively—
(a)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°24.509' south, 153°29.472' east; and
(b)east along the parallel of latitude 27°24.509' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°32.008' east; and
(c)south along the meridian of longitude 153°32.008' east to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the northern end of North Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°25.557' south, 153°32.008' east); and
(d)generally north-westerly along the marine park boundary on the northern end of North Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°27.297' east (at or about the point of 27°23.339' south, 153°27.297' east); and
(e)north along the meridian of longitude 153°27.297' east to the starting point.

28HPZ13—North Stradbroke Island (east)

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the eastern side of North Stradbroke Island and the parallel of latitude 27°26.311' south (at or about the point of 27°26.311' south, 153°32.458' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°26.311' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°34.549' east; and
(b)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°29.900' south, 153°32.660' east; and
(c)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°31.100' south, 153°32.218' east; and
(d)west along the parallel of latitude 27°31.100' south to its intersection with the coastal 500m high water line of the eastern side of North Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°31.100' south, 153°30.550' east); and
(e)generally southerly along the coastal 500m high water line of the eastern side of North Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°43.532' south (at or about the point of 27°43.532' south, 153°27.472' east); and
(f)west along the parallel of latitude 27°43.532' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the eastern side of North Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°43.532' south, 153°27.127' east); and
(g)generally northerly along the marine park boundary on the eastern side of North Stradbroke Island to the starting point.

29HPZ14—South Stradbroke Island (north)

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the eastern side of South Stradbroke Island and the parallel of latitude 27°45.390' south (at or about the point of 27°45.390' south, 153°26.654' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°45.390' south to its intersection with the coastal 500m high water line of the eastern side of South Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°45.390' south, 153°26.962' east); and
(b)generally southerly along the coastal 500m high water line of the eastern side of South Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°50.083' south (at or about the point of 27°50.083' south, 153°26.189' east); and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°50.083' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the eastern side of South Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°50.083' south, 153°25.881' east); and
(d)generally northerly along the marine park boundary on the eastern side of South Stradbroke Island to the starting point.

30HPZ15—South Stradbroke Island (south)

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the eastern side of South Stradbroke Island and the parallel of latitude 27°52.040' south (at or about the point of 27°52.040' south, 153°25.616' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°52.040' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°27.768' east; and
(b)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°52.900' south, 153°27.660' east; and
(c)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°55.100' south, 153°27.470' east; and
(d)southerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the outer marine park boundary and the meridian of longitude 153°27.754' east (at or about the point of 27°55.972' south, 153°27.754' east); and
(e)west along the outer marine park boundary and then generally northerly along the marine park boundary on the eastern side of South Stradbroke Island to the starting point.

Note—

The habitat protection zone does not include any area within its boundary described in part 3 or 4 of this schedule. See section 8(3).

Part 3 Conservation park zone

Note—

The sequence of the letters ‘CPZ’ and the number preceding the name of each area in the conservation park zone described in this part is the unique identifier used to identify the area.

31CPZ01—Pumicestone Channel (north)

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 26°50.558' south (at or about the point of 26°50.558' south, 153°06.467' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 26°50.558' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°06.737' east; and
(b)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 26°50.640' south, 153°07.023' east; and
(c)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 26°49.865' south, 153°07.376' east; and
(d)northerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°49.240' south, 153°07.347' east; and
(e)northerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°48.805' south, 153°07.400' east; and
(f)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 26°48.636' south, 153°07.491' east; and
(g)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 26°48.433' south, 153°07.690' east; and
(h)east along the parallel of latitude 26°48.433' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°07.847' east; and
(i)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 26°48.534' south, 153°07.906' east; and
(j)south along the meridian of longitude 153°07.906' east to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the northern end of Bribie Island (at or about the point of 26°49.181' south, 153°07.906' east); and
(k)generally southerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of Bribie Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 26°53.500' south (at or about the point of 26°53.500' south, 153°06.651' east); and
(l)westerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the mangrove line of the northern end of Bribie Island and the meridian of longitude 153°05.980' east (at or about the point of 26°53.772' south, 153°05.980' east); and
(m)generally south-westerly along the mangrove line of the northern end of Bribie Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°05.061' east (at or about the point of 26°54.251' south, 153°05.061' east); and
(n)south along the meridian of longitude 153°05.061' east to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the northern end of Bribie Island (at or about the point of 26°54.269' south, 153°05.061' east); and
(o)generally southerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of Bribie Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 26°55.353' south (at or about the point of 26°55.353' south, 153°04.620' east); and
(p)westerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the mangrove line of the northern end of Long Island and the meridian of longitude 153°04.408' east (at or about the point of 26°55.353' south, 153°04.408' east); and
(q)generally southerly along the mangrove line of the western side of Long Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°04.450' east (at or about the point of 26°56.454' south, 153°04.450' east); and
(r)south along the meridian of longitude 153°04.450' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 26°56.847' south; and
(s)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°56.777' south, 153°04.339' east; and
(t)northerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°56.609' south, 153°04.281' east; and
(u)north-westerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 26°56.271' south (at or about the point of 26°56.271' south, 153°03.980' east); and
(v)generally north-easterly (via Hussey Creek, Coochin Creek and Bells Creek) along the marine park boundary on the mainland to the starting point.

32CPZ02—Pumicestone Channel–Godwin Beach

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 26°58.400' south (at or about the point of 26°58.400' south, 153°03.944' east) then running progressively—
(aa)east along the parallel of latitude 26°58.400' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°04.526' east; and
(ab)north along the meridian of longitude 153°04.526' east to its intersection with the mangrove line of the southern end of the unnamed mangrove island that lies south of Thooloora Island (at or about the point of 26°58.171' south, 153°04.526' east); and
(ac)generally northerly along the mangrove line of the eastern side of the unnamed mangrove island that lies south of Thooloora Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°04.443' east (at or about the point of 26°57.813' south, 153°04.443' east); and
(ad)north along the meridian of longitude 153°04.443' east to its intersection with the mangrove line of the southern end of Thooloora Island (at or about the point of 26°57.743' south, 153°04.443' east); and
(ae)generally north-easterly along the mangrove line of the eastern side of Thooloora Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°04.529' east (at or about the point of 26°57.584' south, 153°04.529' east); and
(af)north along the meridian of longitude 153°04.529' east to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the southern end of Thooloora Island (at or about the point of 26°57.558' south, 153°04.529' east); and
(ag)generally north-easterly along the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Thooloora Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 26°57.424' south (at or about the point of 26°57.424' south, 153°04.669' east); and
(ah)east along the parallel of latitude 26°57.424' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°04.843' east; and
(ai)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 26°57.362' south, 153°04.926' east; and
(aj)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 26°57.169' south, 153°05.015' east; and
(ak)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°56.971' south, 153°04.865' east; and
(al)north-easterly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the western side of Bribie Island and the parallel of latitude 26°56.739' south (at or about the point of 26°56.739' south, 153°05.029' east); and
(am)generally south-easterly along the mangrove line of the western side of Bribie Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 26°57.048' south (at or about the point of 26°57.048' south, 153°05.236' east); and
(an)east along the parallel of latitude 26°57.048' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of Bribie Island (at or about the point of 26°57.048' south, 153°05.241' east); and
(ao)generally south-easterly along the marine park boundary on the western side of Bribie Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°02.234' south (at or about the point of 27°02.234' south, 153°07.932' east); and
(ap)west along the parallel of latitude 27°02.234' south to its intersection with the coastal 100m high water line of the western side of Bribie Island (at or about the point of 27°02.234' south, 153°07.877' east); and
(aq)generally south-easterly along the coastal 100m high water line of the western side of Bribie Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°05.476' south (at or about the point of 27°05.476' south, 153°09.579' east); and
(ar)east along the parallel of latitude 27°05.476' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of Bribie Island (at or about the point of 27°05.476' south, 153°09.672' east); and
(as)generally south-easterly along the marine park boundary on the western side of Bribie Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°10.769' east (at or about the point of 27°05.939' south, 153°10.769' east); and
(at)south along the meridian of longitude 153°10.769' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°06.591' south; and
(au)west along the parallel of latitude 27°06.591' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°07.300' east; and
(av)north along the meridian of longitude 153°07.300' east to its intersection with the coastal 500m high water line of the mainland (at or about the point of 27°05.442' south, 153°07.300' east); and
(aw)generally south-westerly along the coastal 500m high water line of the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°06.805' south (at or about the point of 27°06.805' south, 153°04.243' east); and
(ax)west along the parallel of latitude 27°06.805' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°06.805' south, 153°03.851' east); and
(ay)generally north-easterly and north-westerly (via Ningi Creek) along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°02.361' south (at or about the point of 27°02.361' south, 153°04.903' east); and
(az)west along the parallel of latitude 27°02.361' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°04.887' east; and
(ba)south along the meridian of longitude 153°04.887' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°02.411' south; and
(bb)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°02.481' south, 153°04.839' east; and
(bc)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°02.529' south, 153°04.788' east; and
(bd)south along the meridian of longitude 153°04.788' east to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°02.542' south, 153°04.788' east); and
(be)generally north-westerly and south-easterly (via Elimbah Creek) along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°04.171' east (at or about the point of 27°01.982' south, 153°04.171' east); and
(bf)south along the meridian of longitude 153°04.171' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°01.990' south; and
(bg)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°02.050' south, 153°04.302' east; and
(bh)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°02.192' south, 153°04.411' east; and
(bi)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°02.251' south, 153°04.417' east; and
(bj)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°02.264' south, 153°04.387' east; and
(bk)southerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°02.279' south (at or about the point of 27°02.279' south, 153°04.387' east); and
(bl)generally south-easterly and north-easterly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°02.145' south (at or about the point of 27°02.145' south, 153°04.667' east); and
(bm)east along the parallel of latitude 27°02.145' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°04.678' east; and
(bn)northerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°02.034' south, 153°04.669' east; and
(bo)west along the parallel of latitude 27°02.034' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°02.034' south, 153°04.656' east); and
(bp)generally northerly (via Bullock Creek and Glass Mountain Creek) along the marine park boundary on the mainland to the starting point.

33CPZ03—Flinders Reef

The area enclosed by a radius of 2km centred at the point of 26°58.715' south, 153°29.150' east.

34CPZ04—Moreton Island (north-east)

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°00.945' south, 153°23.114' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°00.945' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°28.674' east; and
(b)south along the meridian of longitude 153°28.674' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°04.422' south; and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°04.422' south to its intersection with the coastal 500m high water line of the eastern side of Moreton Island (at or about the point of 27°04.422' south, 153°27.398' east); and
(d)generally northerly along the coastal 500m high water line of the eastern side of Moreton Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°02.518' south (at or about the point of 27°02.518' south, 153°28.107' east); and
(e)west along the parallel of latitude 27°02.518' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Moreton Island (at or about the point of 27°02.518' south, 153°27.785' east); and
(f)generally northerly along the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Moreton Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°01.654' south (at or about the point of 27°01.654' south, 153°27.954' east); and
(g)northerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the 5m depth contour of the northern end of Moreton Island and the meridian of longitude 153°27.954' east (at or about the point of 27°01.519' south, 153°27.954' east); and
(h)generally westerly along the 5m depth contour of the northern end of Moreton Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°27.382' east (at or about the point of 27°01.289' south, 153°27.382' east); and
(i)north along the meridian of longitude 153°27.382' east to its intersection with the coastal 500m high water line of the northern end of Moreton Island (at or about the point of 27°01.061' south, 153°27.382' east); and
(j)generally south-westerly along the coastal 500m high water line of the northern end of Moreton Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°25.912' east (at or about the point of 27°01.731' south, 153°25.912' east); and
(k)south along the meridian of longitude 153°25.912' east to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the northern end of Moreton Island (at or about the point of 27°02.002' south, 153°25.912' east); and
(l)generally westerly along the marine park boundary on the northern end of Moreton Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°02.023' south (at or about the point of 27°02.023' south, 153°25.513' east); and
(m)westerly along the geodesic to the eastern most point of the marine park boundary on Heath Island (at or about the point of 27°02.009' south, 153°25.379' east); and
(n)generally westerly and south-easterly along the marine park boundary on Heath Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°25.157' east (at or about the point of 27°02.107' south, 153°25.157' east); and
(o)westerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the high water line of the northern end of Moreton Island and the parallel of latitude 27°02.192' south (at or about the point of 27°02.192' south, 153°24.589' east); and
(p)generally westerly along the high water line of the northern end of Moreton Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude that runs through the most eastern point, of the marine park boundary on the northern end of Moreton Island, that is west of Heath Island (at or about the point of 27°02.293' south, 153°23.843' east); and
(q)south along the meridian of longitude that runs through the most eastern point, of the marine park boundary on the northern end of Moreton Island, that is west of Heath Island, to the most eastern point, of the marine park boundary on the northern end of Moreton Island, that is west of Heath Island (at or about the point of 27°02.320' south, 153°23.843' east); and
(r)generally south-westerly along the marine park boundary on the northern end of Moreton Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°23.114' east (at or about the point of 27°02.655' south, 153°23.114' east); and
(s)north along the meridian of longitude 153°23.114' east to the starting point.

35CPZ05—Castlereagh Point–North Reef

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°10.989' south, 153°06.718' east then running progressively—
(a)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°11.030' south, 153°07.970' east; and
(b)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°11.563' south, 153°07.883' east; and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°11.563' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°11.563' south, 153°06.882' east); and
(d)generally north-westerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°06.718' east (at or about the point of 27°11.476' south, 153°06.718' east); and
(e)north along the meridian of longitude 153°06.718' east to the starting point.

36CPZ06—Hays Inlet–Bramble Bay

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°14.792' south (at or about the point of 27°14.792' south, 153°04.154' east) then running progressively—
(aa)generally south-easterly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°04.765' east (at or about the point of 27°15.802' south, 153°04.765' east); and
(ab)south along the meridian of longitude 153°04.765' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°15.807' south; and
(ac)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°15.823' south, 153°04.802' east; and
(ad)east along the parallel of latitude 27°15.823' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°04.818' east; and
(ae)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°15.795' south, 153°04.843' east; and
(af)northerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the meridian of longitude 153°04.855' east (at or about the point of 27°15.706' south, 153°04.855' east); and
(ag)generally easterly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°06.391' east (at or about the point of 27°15.741' south, 153°06.391' east); and
(ah)south along the meridian of longitude 153°06.391' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°16.161' south; and
(ai)east along the parallel of latitude 27°16.161' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°06.864' east; and
(aj)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°16.588' south, 153°06.788' east; and
(ak)west along the parallel of latitude 27°16.588' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°06.180' east; and
(al)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°16.970' south, 153°06.215' east; and
(am)west along the parallel of latitude 27°16.970' south to its intersection with the coastal 500m high water line of the mainland (at or about the point of 27°16.970' south, 153°04.191' east); and
(an)generally south-easterly along the coastal 500m high water line of the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°19.308' south (at or about the point of 27°19.308' south, 153°05.422' east); and
(ao)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°19.589' south, 153°05.692' east; and
(ap)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°19.768' south, 153°05.431' east; and
(aq)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°19.790' south, 153°05.382' east; and
(ar)westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°19.799' south, 153°05.350' east; and
(as)westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°19.816' south, 153°05.255' east; and
(at)westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°19.875' south, 153°05.041' east; and
(au)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°19.908' south, 153°05.022' east; and
(av)west along the parallel of latitude 27°19.908' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°19.908' south, 153°04.998' east); and
(aw)generally northerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°03.805' east (at or about the point of 27°16.986' south, 153°03.805' east); and
(ax)north-westerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°16.335' south (at or about the point of 27°16.335' south, 153°03.404' east); and
(ay)generally northerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°03.022' east (at or about the point of 27°15.062' south, 153°03.022' east); and
(az)south along the meridian of longitude 153°03.022' east to its intersection with the mangrove line of the mainland (at or about the point of 27°15.079' south, 153°03.022' east); and
(ba)generally south-easterly (via the northern side of Freshwater Creek) and northerly along the mangrove line of the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°14.792' south (at or about the point of 27°14.792' south, 153°03.780' east); and
(bb)east along the parallel of latitude 27°14.792' south to the starting point.

37CPZ07—South Passage–Boat Rock

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°20.917' south, 153°24.819' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°20.917' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of Moreton Island (at or about the point of 27°20.917' south, 153°25.192' east); and
(b)generally south-easterly and north-easterly along the marine park boundary on the southern end of Moreton Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°20.370' south (at or about the point of 27°20.370' south, 153°26.293' east); and
(c)east along the parallel of latitude 27°20.370' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°26.800' east; and
(d)south along the meridian of longitude 153°26.800' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°22.350' south; and
(e)east along the parallel of latitude 27°22.350' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°34.000' east; and
(f)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°26.311' south, 153°34.549' east; and
(g)west along the parallel of latitude 27°26.311' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the eastern side of North Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°26.311' south, 153°32.458' east); and
(h)generally north-westerly along the marine park boundary on the northern end of North Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°32.008' east (at or about the point of 27°25.557' south, 153°32.008' east); and
(i)north along the meridian of longitude 153°32.008' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°24.509' south; and
(j)west along the parallel of latitude 27°24.509' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°29.472' east; and
(k)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°23.048' south, 153°27.297' east; and
(l)south along the meridian of longitude 153°27.297' east to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the northern end of North Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°23.339' south, 153°27.297' east); and
(m)generally south-westerly along the marine park boundary on the northern end of North Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°24.612' south (at or about the point of 27°24.612' south, 153°26.451' east); and
(n)west along the parallel of latitude 27°24.612' south to its intersection with the 2m depth contour of the western side of North Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°24.612' south, 153°25.932' east); and
(o)generally south-westerly along the 2m depth contour of the western side of North Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°25.903' south (at or about the point of 27°25.903' south, 153°25.369' east); and
(p)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°25.148' south, 153°24.963' east; and
(q)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°23.868' south, 153°25.788' east; and
(r)northerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°23.150' south, 153°26.023' east; and
(s)northerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°22.917' south, 153°26.054' east; and
(t)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°23.142' south, 153°25.798' east; and
(u)westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°23.240' south, 153°25.329' east; and
(v)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°22.835' south, 153°24.973' east; and
(w)northerly along the geodesic to the starting point.

38CPZ08—Peel Island

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the 2m depth contour of the northern end of Peel Island and the meridian of longitude 153°21.504' east (at or about the point of 27°28.629' south, 153°21.504' east) then running progressively—
(a)generally south-easterly, south-westerly and northerly along the 2m depth contour of Peel Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°30.427' south (at or about the point of 27°30.427' south, 153°20.317' east); and
(b)east along the parallel of latitude 27°30.427' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of Peel Island (at or about the point of 27°30.427' south, 153°20.659' east); and
(c)generally southerly, north-easterly and westerly along the marine park boundary on Peel Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°21.504' east (at or about the point of 27°29.524' south, 153°21.504' east); and
(d)north along the meridian of longitude 153°21.504' east to the starting point.

39CPZ09—Goat Island–Bird Island

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°30.396' south, 153°22.436' east then running progressively—
(a)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°29.918' south, 153°23.621' east; and
(b)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°30.388' south, 153°23.645' east; and
(c)east along the parallel of latitude 27°30.388' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°24.131' east; and
(d)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°31.116' south, 153°23.085' east; and
(e)west along the parallel of latitude 27°31.116' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°22.945' east; and
(f)north-westerly along the geodesic to the starting point.

40CPZ10—Canaipa Passage–Jumpinpin

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Lamb Island and the parallel of latitude 27°37.188' south (at or about the point of 27°37.188' south, 153°23.216' east) then running progressively—
(aa)east along the parallel of latitude 27°37.188' south to its intersection with the coastal 100m high water line of the eastern side of Lamb Island (at or about the point of 27°37.188' south, 153°23.326' east); and
(ab)generally south-westerly along the coastal 100m high water line of the eastern side of Lamb Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°22.760' east (at or about the point of 27°37.944' south, 153°22.760' east); and
(ac)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.016' south, 153°22.819' east; and
(ad)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.058' south, 153°23.177' east; and
(ae)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.013' south, 153°23.594' east; and
(af)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.842' south, 153°23.847' east; and
(ag)northerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.435' south, 153°23.923' east; and
(ah)northerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.188' south, 153°23.911' east; and
(ai)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.588' south, 153°24.524' east; and
(aj)south-easterly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island and the parallel of latitude 27°37.885' south (at or about the point of 27°37.885' south, 153°25.015' east); and
(ak)generally southerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°38.861' south (at or about the point of 27°38.861' south, 153°25.183' east); and
(al)west along the parallel of latitude 27°38.861' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°24.496' east; and
(am)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°39.006' south, 153°24.200' east; and
(an)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°39.322' south, 153°23.934' east; and
(ao)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°39.604' south, 153°23.601' east; and
(ap)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°39.823' south, 153°23.678' east; and
(aq)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°40.093' south, 153°24.035' east; and
(ar)east along the parallel of latitude 27°40.093' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°40.093' south, 153°24.126' east); and
(as)generally southerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°43.441' south (at or about the point of 27°43.441' south, 153°24.506' east); and
(at)west along the parallel of latitude 27°43.441' south to its intersection with the mangrove line of the western side of North Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°43.441' south, 153°24.344' east); and
(au)generally southerly along the mangrove line of the western side of North Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°24.646' east (at or about the point of 27°44.238' south, 153°24.646' east); and
(av)south-easterly along the geodesic to the most western extent of the mangrove line of Stingaree Island (at or about the point of 27°44.278' south, 153°24.681' east); and
(aw)generally easterly along the mangrove line of the southern end of Stingaree Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude that runs through the most eastern point of Stingaree Island; and
(ax)east along the parallel of latitude that runs through the most eastern point of Stingaree Island to its intersection with the coastal low water line of the southern end of North Stradbroke Island; and
(ay)generally north-easterly along the coastal low water line of the southern end of North Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude that runs through the most southern point of the marine park boundary on the eastern side of the entrance to Swan Bay; and
(az)north along the meridian of longitude that runs through the most southern point of the marine park boundary on the eastern side of the entrance to Swan Bay to the most southern point of the marine park boundary on the eastern side of the entrance to Swan Bay; and
(ba)generally easterly along the marine park boundary on the southern end of North Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°43.532' south (at or about the point of 27°43.532' south, 153°27.127' east); and
(bb)east along the parallel of latitude 27°43.532' south to its intersection with the coastal 500m high water line of the eastern side of North Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°43.532' south, 153°27.472' east); and
(bc)generally northerly along the coastal 500m high water line of the eastern side of North Stradbroke Island and the parallel of latitude 27°42.100' south (at or about the point of 27°42.100' south, 153°27.569' east); and
(bd)east along the parallel of latitude 27°42.100' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°29.504' east; and
(be)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°43.500' south, 153°29.270' east; and
(bf)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°46.870' south, 153°28.530' east; and
(bg)west along the parallel of latitude 27°46.870' south to its intersection with the coastal 500m high water line of the eastern side of South Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°46.870' south, 153°26.701' east); and
(bh)generally northerly along the coastal 500m high water line of the eastern side of South Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°45.390' south (at or about the point of 27°45.390' south, 153°26.962' east); and
(bi)west along the parallel of latitude 27°45.390' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the eastern side of South Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°45.390' south, 153°26.654' east); and
(bj)generally north-westerly along the marine park boundary on the northern end of South Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°45.154' south (at or about the point of 27°45.154' south, 153°26.348' east); and
(bk)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°44.675' south, 153°25.866' east; and
(bl)westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°44.736' south, 153°24.762' east; and
(bm)north-westerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the coastal low water line of the southern end of Cobby Cobby Island and the meridian of longitude 153°23.964' east (at or about the point of 27°43.975' south, 153°23.964' east); and
(bn)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°43.758' south, 153°24.073' east; and
(bo)north along the meridian of longitude 153°24.073' east to its intersection with the coastal low water line of the eastern side of Cobby Cobby Island (at or about the point of 27°43.644' south, 153°24.073' east); and
(bp)generally north-westerly along the coastal low water line of the eastern side of Cobby Cobby Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°23.387' east (at or about the point of 27°42.573' south, 153°23.387' east); and
(bq)north along the meridian of longitude 153°23.387' east to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the southern end of Russell Island (at or about the point of 27°42.286' south, 153°23.387' east); and
(br)generally northerly along the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Russell Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°41.086' south (at or about the point of 27°41.086' south, 153°23.575' east); and
(bs)east along the parallel of latitude 27°41.086' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°23.647' east; and
(bt)north along the meridian of longitude 153°23.647' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°40.657' south; and
(bu)west along the parallel of latitude 27°40.657' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Russell Island (at or about the point of 27°40.657' south, 153°23.545' east); and
(bv)generally north-easterly and westerly along the marine park boundary on Russell Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°23.021' east (at or about the point of 27°38.806' south, 153°23.021' east); and
(bw)northerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Karragarra Island and the parallel of latitude 27°38.414' south (at or about the point of 27°38.414' south, 153°23.021' east); and
(bx)generally westerly along the marine park boundary on the northern end of Karragarra Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°22.726' east (at or about the point of 27°38.342' south, 153°22.726' east); and
(by)north along the meridian of longitude 153°22.726' east to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the southern end of Lamb Island (at or about the point of 27°37.902' south, 153°22.726' east); and
(bz)generally north-easterly along the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Lamb Island to the starting point.

Note—

The conservation park zone does not include any area within its boundary described in part 4 of this schedule. See section 8(3).

Part 4 Marine national park zone

Note—

The sequence of the letters ‘MNP’ and the number preceding the name of each area in the marine national park zone described in this part is the unique identifier used to identify the area.

41MNP01—Westaways Creek

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the northern end of Bribie Island and the parallel of latitude 26°53.500' south (at or about the point of 26°53.500' south, 153°06.651' east) then running progressively—
(a)generally south-westerly (via Westaways Creek) along the marine park boundary on the northern end of Bribie Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°05.061' east (at or about the point of 26°54.269' south, 153°05.061' east); and
(b)north along the meridian of longitude 153°05.061' east to its intersection with the mangrove line of the northern end of Bribie Island (at or about the point of 26°54.251' south, 153°05.061' east); and
(c)generally north-easterly along the mangrove line of the northern end of Bribie Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°05.980' east (at or about the point of 26°53.772' south, 153°05.980' east); and
(d)easterly along the geodesic to the starting point.

42MNP02—Tripcony Bight–Long Island

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 26°56.271' south (at or about the point of 26°56.271' south, 153°03.980' east) then running progressively—
(a)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 26°56.609' south, 153°04.281' east; and
(b)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°56.777' south, 153°04.339' east; and
(c)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 26°56.847' south, 153°04.450' east; and
(d)north along the meridian of longitude 153°04.450' east to its intersection with the mangrove line of the southern end of Long Island (at or about the point of 26°56.454' south, 153°04.450' east); and
(e)generally northerly along the mangrove line of the western side of Long Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°04.408' east (at or about the point of 26°55.353' south, 153°04.408' east); and
(f)easterly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the western side of Bribie Island and the parallel of latitude 26°55.353' south (at or about the point of 26°55.353' south, 153°04.620' east); and
(g)generally southerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of Bribie Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 26°57.048' south (at or about the point of 26°57.048' south, 153°05.241' east); and
(h)west along the parallel of latitude 26°57.048' south to its intersection with the mangrove line of the western side of Bribie Island (at or about the point of 26°57.048' south, 153°05.236' east); and
(i)generally north-westerly along the mangrove line of the western side of Bribie Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 26°56.739' south (at or about the point of 26°56.739' south, 153°05.029' east); and
(j)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°56.971' south, 153°04.865' east; and
(k)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 26°57.169' south, 153°05.015' east; and
(l)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°57.362' south, 153°04.926' east; and
(m)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°57.424' south, 153°04.843' east; and
(n)west along the parallel of latitude 26°57.424' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Thooloora Island (at or about the point of 26°57.424' south, 153°04.669' east); and
(o)generally northerly, south-westerly and south-easterly along the marine park boundary on Thooloora Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°04.529' east (at or about the point of 26°57.558' south, 153°04.529' east); and
(p)south along the meridian of longitude 153°04.529' east to its intersection with the mangrove line of the eastern side of Thooloora Island (at or about the point of 26°57.584' south, 153°04.529' east); and
(q)generally south-westerly along the mangrove line of the eastern side of Thooloora Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°04.443' east (at or about the point of 26°57.743' south, 153°04.443' east); and
(r)south along the meridian of longitude 153°04.443' east to its intersection with the mangrove line of the northern end of the unnamed mangrove island that lies south of Thooloora Island (at or about the point of 26°57.813' south, 153°04.443' east); and
(s)generally southerly along the mangrove line of the eastern side of the unnamed mangrove island, that lies south of Thooloora Island, to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°04.526' east (at or about the point of 26°58.171' south, 153°04.526' east); and
(t)south along the meridian of longitude 153°04.526' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 26°58.400' south; and
(u)west along the parallel of latitude 26°58.400' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 26°58.400' south, 153°03.944' east); and
(v)generally north-westerly and north-easterly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to the starting point.

43MNP03—Northern Wedge

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 26°51.440' south, 153°10.000' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 26°51.440' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°10.790' east; and
(b)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 26°54.640' south, 153°14.100' east; and
(c)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 26°56.500' south, 153°20.000' east; and
(d)south along the meridian of longitude 153°20.000' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°02.130' south; and
(e)west along the parallel of latitude 27°02.130' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°16.770' east; and
(f)north-westerly along the geodesic to the starting point.

44MNP04—Flinders Reef

The area enclosed by a radius of 500m centred at the point of 26°58.715' south, 153°29.150' east.

45MNP05—Cape Moreton

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the 5m depth contour of the northern end of Moreton Island and the meridian of longitude 153°27.382' east (at or about the point of 27°01.289' south, 153°27.382' east) then running progressively—
(a)generally easterly along the 5m depth contour of the northern end of Moreton Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°27.954' east (at or about the point of 27°01.519' south, 153°27.954' east); and
(b)southerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the northern end of Moreton Island and the parallel of latitude 27°01.654' south (at or about the point of 27°01.654' south, 153°27.954' east); and
(c)generally westerly along the marine park boundary on the northern end of Moreton Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°27.382' east (at or about the point of 27°01.463' south, 153°27.382' east); and
(d)north along the meridian of longitude 153°27.382' east to the starting point.

46MNP06—Heath Island Lagoon

The area bounded by a line starting at the most eastern point, of the marine park boundary on the northern end of Moreton Island, that is west of Heath Island (at or about the point of 27°02.320' south, 153°23.843' east) then running progressively—
(a)north along the meridian of longitude that runs through the most eastern point, of the marine park boundary on the northern end of Moreton Island, that is west of Heath Island, to its intersection with the high water line of the northern end of Moreton Island (at or about the point of 27°02.293' south, 153°23.843' east); and
(b)generally easterly along the high water line of the northern end of Moreton Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°02.192' south (at or about the point of 27°02.192' south, 153°24.589' east); and
(c)easterly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the south-western side of Heath Island and the meridian of longitude 153°25.157' east (at or about the point of 27°02.107' south, 153°25.157' east); and
(d)generally north-easterly along the marine park boundary on the southern end of Heath Island to the most eastern point of the marine park boundary on Heath Island (at or about the point of 27°02.009' south, 153°25.379' east); and
(e)easterly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the northern end of Moreton Island and the parallel of latitude 27°02.023' south (at or about the point of 27°02.023' south, 153°25.513' east); and
(f)generally westerly (via Heath Island Lagoon) along the marine park boundary on the northern end of Moreton Island to the starting point.

47MNP07—Braydon Beach

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Moreton Island and the parallel of latitude 27°02.518' south (at or about the point of 27°02.518' south, 153°27.785' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°02.518' south to its intersection with the coastal 500m high water line of the eastern side of Moreton Island (at or about the point of 27°02.518' south, 153°28.107' east); and
(b)generally southerly along the coastal 500m high water line of the eastern side of Moreton Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°04.422' south (at or about the point of 27°04.422' south, 153°27.398' east); and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°04.422' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Moreton Island (at or about the point of 27°04.422' south, 153°27.082' east); and
(d)generally northerly along the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Moreton Island to the starting point.

48MNP08—Deep Offshore Moreton Island

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°01.520' south, 153°30.920' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°01.520' south to its intersection with the limit of Coastal Waters (at or about the point of 27°01.520' south, 153°31.507' east); and
(b)southerly along the limit of Coastal Waters to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°06.000' south (at or about the point of 27°06.000' south, 153°32.550' east); and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°06.000' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°30.920' east; and
(d)north along the meridian of longitude 153°30.920' east to the starting point.

49MNP09—Deception Bay

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the coastal 500m high water line of the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°08.080' south (at or about the point of 27°08.080' south, 153°03.475' east) then running progressively—
(a)generally north-easterly along the coastal 500m high water line of the mainland to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°07.300' east (at or about the point of 27°05.442' south, 153°07.300' east); and
(b)south along the meridian of longitude 153°07.300' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°06.591' south; and
(c)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°08.080' south, 153°05.358' east; and
(d)west along the parallel of latitude 27°08.080' south to the starting point.

50MNP10—Cherubs Cave–Henderson Rock

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the coastal 500m high water line of the eastern side of Moreton Island and the parallel of latitude 27°06.480' south (at or about the point of 27°06.480' south, 153°26.769' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°06.480' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°29.440' east; and
(b)south along the meridian of longitude 153°29.440' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°10.130' south; and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°10.130' south to its intersection with the coastal 500m high water line of the eastern side of Moreton Island (at or about the point of 27°10.130' south, 153°25.829' east); and
(d)generally northerly along the coastal 500m high water line of the eastern side of Moreton Island to the starting point.

51MNP11—Hays Inlet

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°14.792' south (at or about the point of 27°14.792' south, 153°04.154' east) then running progressively—
(a)west along the parallel of latitude 27°14.792' south to its intersection with the mangrove line of the mainland (at or about the point of 27°14.792' south, 153°03.780' east); and
(b)generally southerly and then north-westerly (via the northern side of Freshwater Creek) along the mangrove line of the mainland to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°03.022' east (at or about the point of 27°15.079' south, 153°03.022' east); and
(c)north along the meridian of longitude 153°03.022' east to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°15.062' south, 153°03.022' east); and
(d)generally northerly, easterly (via Saltwater Creek) and southerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to the starting point.

52MNP12—Scotts Point

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°15.302' south (at or about the point of 27°15.302' south, 153°06.634' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°15.302' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°07.143' east; and
(b)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°16.161' south, 153°06.864' east; and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°16.161' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°06.391' east; and
(d)north along the meridian of longitude 153°06.391' east to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°15.741' south, 153°06.391' east); and
(e)generally north-easterly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to the starting point.

53MNP13—Bramble Bay

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the coastal 500m high water line of the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°16.970' south (at or about the point of 27°16.970' south, 153°04.191' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°16.970' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°06.215' east; and
(b)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°19.440' south, 153°06.440' east; and
(c)south along the meridian of longitude 153°06.440' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°20.568' south; and
(d)westerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the meridian of longitude 153°06.000' east (at or about the point of 27°20.568' south, 153°06.000' east); and
(e)generally north-westerly (via Nudgee Creek and Nundah Creek) along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°20.033' south (at or about the point of 27°20.033' south, 153°04.924' east); and
(f)east along the parallel of latitude 27°20.033' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°04.946' east; and
(g)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°19.908' south, 153°05.022' east; and
(h)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°19.875' south, 153°05.041' east; and
(i)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°19.816' south, 153°05.255' east; and
(j)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°19.799' south, 153°05.350' east; and
(k)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°19.790' south, 153°05.382' east; and
(l)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°19.768' south, 153°05.431' east; and
(m)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°19.589' south, 153°05.692' east; and
(n)north-westerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the coastal 500m high water line of the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°19.308' south (at or about the point of 27°19.308' south, 153°05.422' east); and
(o)generally north-westerly along the coastal 500m high water line of the mainland to the starting point.

54MNP14—Middle Moreton Bay

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°18.430' south, 153°17.400' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°18.430' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°22.680' east; and
(b)south along the meridian of longitude 153°22.680' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°22.110' south; and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°22.110' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°17.400' east; and
(d)north along the meridian of longitude 153°17.400' east to the starting point.

55MNP15—Crab Island

The area enclosed within the mangrove line of Crab Island.

Note—

Crab Island is located south-west of Moreton Island, centroid 27°20.340' south, 153°24.110' east.

56MNP16—Mirapool Islands–Offshore Area

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Moreton Island and the parallel of latitude 27°19.670' south (at or about the point of 27°19.670' south, 153°26.349' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°19.670' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°29.200' east; and
(b)south along the meridian of longitude 153°29.200' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°20.230' south; and
(c)east along the parallel of latitude 27°20.230' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°34.000' east; and
(d)south along the meridian of longitude 153°34.000' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°22.350' south; and
(e)west along the parallel of latitude 27°22.350' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°26.800' east; and
(f)north along the meridian of longitude 153°26.800' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°20.370' south; and
(g)west along the parallel of latitude 27°20.370' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Moreton Island (at or about the point of 27°20.370' south, 153°26.293' east); and
(h)generally northerly (via Mirapool Islands) along the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Moreton Island to the starting point.

57MNP17—St Helena Island

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°22.330' south, 153°13.200' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°22.330' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°14.720' east; and
(b)south along the meridian of longitude 153°14.720' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°24.470' south; and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°24.470' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°13.200' east; and
(d)north along the meridian of longitude 153°13.200' east to the starting point.

58MNP18—Amity Banks (east)

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°22.702' south, 153°23.651' east then running progressively—
(a)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°22.442' south, 153°23.855' east; and
(b)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°22.347' south, 153°24.215' east; and
(c)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°22.410' south, 153°24.485' east; and
(d)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°22.835' south, 153°24.973' east; and
(e)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°23.240' south, 153°25.329' east; and
(f)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°23.142' south, 153°25.798' east; and
(g)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°22.917' south, 153°26.054' east; and
(h)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°23.150' south, 153°26.023' east; and
(i)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°23.868' south, 153°25.788' east; and
(j)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°25.148' south, 153°24.963' east; and
(k)north-westerly along the geodesic to the starting point.

59MNP19—Flat Rock

The area enclosed by a radius of 1.2km centred at the point of 27°23.410' south, 153°33.070' east.

60MNP20—Wanga Wallen Bank

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the 2m depth contour of the western side of North Stradbroke Island and the parallel of latitude 27°24.612' south (at or about the point of 27°24.612' south, 153°25.932' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°24.612' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°24.612' south, 153°26.451' east); and
(b)generally southerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°26.242' south (at or about the point of 27°26.242' south, 153°26.062' east); and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°26.242' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°25.550' east; and
(d)north-westerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the 2m depth contour of the western side of North Stradbroke Island and the parallel of latitude 27°25.903' south (at or about the point of 27°25.903' south, 153°25.369' east); and
(e)generally north-easterly along the 2m depth contour of the western side of North Stradbroke Island to the starting point.

61MNP21—Amity Banks (west)

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the 2m depth contour of the northern end of Amity Banks and the meridian of longitude 153°22.880' east (at or about the point of 27°24.555' south, 153°22.880' east) then running progressively—
(a)southerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the 2m depth contour of the southern end of Amity Banks and the meridian of longitude 153°21.800' east (at or about the point of 27°27.411' south, 153°21.800' east); and
(b)generally north-westerly and north-easterly along the 2m depth contour of Amity Banks to the starting point.

62MNP22—Myora Reef

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°28.852' south, 153°23.961' east then running progressively—
(a)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°28.527' south, 153°24.176' east; and
(b)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°28.433' south, 153°24.297' east; and
(c)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°28.346' south, 153°24.438' east; and
(d)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°28.286' south, 153°24.566' east; and
(e)east along the parallel of latitude 27°28.286' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°24.821' east; and
(f)south along the meridian of longitude 153°24.821' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°28.369' south; and
(g)west along the parallel of latitude 27°28.369' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°24.566' east; and
(h)south along the meridian of longitude 153°24.566' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°28.496' south; and
(i)east along the parallel of latitude 27°28.496' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°28.496' south, 153°25.132' east); and
(j)generally south-westerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°29.236' south (at or about the point of 27°29.236' south, 153°24.441' east); and
(k)west along the parallel of latitude 27°29.236' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°23.961' east; and
(l)north along the meridian of longitude 153°23.961' east to the starting point.

63MNP23—Peel Island

(1)The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the 2m depth contour of the northern end of Peel Island and the meridian of longitude 153°21.504' east (at or about the point of 27°28.629' south, 153°21.504' east) then running progressively—
(a)south along the meridian of longitude 153°21.504' east to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the northern end of Peel Island (at or about the point of 27°29.524' south, 153°21.504' east); and
(b)generally westerly and southerly along the marine park boundary on Peel Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°30.427' south (at or about the point of 27°30.427' south, 153°20.659' east); and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°30.427' south to its intersection with the 2m depth contour of the western side of Peel Island (at or about the point of 27°30.427' south, 153°20.317' east); and
(d)generally westerly, north-easterly and then south-easterly (via Lazaret Gutter) along the 2m depth contour of Peel Island to the starting point.
(2)All the submerged fringing reefs situated to the north-western side of Peel Island, delineated by a boundary coincident with the 2m depth contour.

64MNP24—Cox Bank

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°32.596' south, 153°17.383' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°32.596' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°18.523' east; and
(b)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°31.842' south, 153°18.941' east; and
(c)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°31.962' south, 153°19.983' east; and
(d)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°32.465' south, 153°20.203' east; and
(e)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°33.716' south, 153°19.142' east; and
(f)west along the parallel of latitude 27°33.716' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°18.295' east; and
(g)south along the meridian of longitude 153°18.295' east to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°33.839' south, 153°18.295' east); and
(h)generally south-westerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°34.221' south (at or about the point of 27°34.221' south, 153°17.425' east); and
(i)west along the parallel of latitude 27°34.221' south to its intersection with the mangrove line (eastern side of Eprapah Creek) of the mainland (at or about the point of 27°34.221' south, 153°17.402' east); and
(j)generally northerly along the mangrove line (eastern side of Eprapah Creek) of the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°33.930' south (at or about the point of 27°33.930' south, 153°17.467' east); and
(k)west along the parallel of latitude 27°33.930' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°17.383' east; and
(l)north along the meridian of longitude 153°17.383' east to the starting point.

65MNP25—Offshore North Stradbroke Island

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the coastal 500m high water line of the eastern side of North Stradbroke Island and the parallel of latitude 27°31.100' south (at or about the point of 27°31.100' south, 153°30.550' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°31.100' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°32.218' east; and
(b)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°33.700' south, 153°31.260' east; and
(c)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°36.300' south, 153°30.470' east; and
(d)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°42.100' south, 153°29.504' east; and
(e)west along the parallel of latitude 27°42.100' south to its intersection with the coastal 500m high water line of the eastern side of North Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°42.100' south, 153°27.569' east); and
(f)generally northerly along the coastal 500m high water line of the eastern side of North Stradbroke Island to the starting point.

66MNP26—Price Anchorage

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°34.864' south, 153°24.459' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°34.864' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°34.864' south, 153°24.805' east); and
(b)generally southerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°37.885' south (at or about the point of 27°37.885' south, 153°25.015' east); and
(c)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.588' south, 153°24.524' east; and
(d)northerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.308' south, 153°24.411' east; and
(e)northerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°36.493' south, 153°24.263' east; and
(f)northerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°35.507' south, 153°24.201' east; and
(g)northerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°35.135' south, 153°24.332' east; and
(h)north-easterly along the geodesic to the starting point.

67MNP27—Lamb Island

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the coastal 100m high water line of the eastern side of Lamb Island and the parallel of latitude 27°37.188' south (at or about the point of 27°37.188' south, 153°23.326' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°37.188' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°23.911' east; and
(b)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.435' south, 153°23.923' east; and
(c)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.842' south, 153°23.847' east; and
(d)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.013' south, 153°23.594' east; and
(e)westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.058' south, 153°23.177' east; and
(f)westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.016' south, 153°22.819' east; and
(g)north-westerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the coastal 100m high water line of the southern end of Lamb Island and the meridian of longitude 153°22.760' east (at or about the point of 27°37.944' south, 153°22.760' east); and
(h)generally north-easterly along the coastal 100m high water line of the eastern side of Lamb Island to the starting point.

68MNP28—Pannikin Island

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the mangrove line of the eastern side of Pannikin Island and the parallel of latitude 27°38.949' south (at or about the point of 27°38.949' south, 153°20.493' east) then running progressively—
(a)easterly along the geodesic to the intersection of the mangrove line of the northern end of Long Island and the meridian of longitude 153°21.245' east (at or about the point of 27°38.949' south, 153°21.245' east); and
(b)generally southerly along the mangrove line of the eastern side of Long Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°21.351' east (at or about the point of 27°41.232' south, 153°21.351' east); and
(c)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°41.500' south, 153°21.100' east; and
(d)westerly along the geodesic to the most south-eastern extent of the mangrove line of Lagoon Island (at or about the point of 27°41.702' south, 153°20.359' east); and
(e)generally westerly and northerly along the mangrove line of Lagoon Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°19.522' east (at or about the point of 27°40.624' south, 153°19.522' east); and
(f)north-easterly along the geodesic to the intersection of the mangrove line of the southern end of Pannikin Island and the meridian of longitude 153°19.779' east (at or about the point of 27°40.228' south, 153°19.779' east); and
(g)generally northerly (via the western side of Pannikin Island) and south-easterly along the mangrove line of Pannikin Island to the starting point.

69MNP29—Willes Island

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°38.861' south, 153°24.496' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°38.861' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°38.861' south, 153°25.183' east); and
(b)generally south-westerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°40.093' south (at or about the point of 27°40.093' south, 153°24.126' east); and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°40.093' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°24.035' east; and
(d)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°39.823' south, 153°23.678' east; and
(e)northerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°39.604' south, 153°23.601' east; and
(f)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°39.322' south, 153°23.934' east; and
(g)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°39.006' south, 153°24.200' east; and
(h)north-easterly along the geodesic to the starting point.

70MNP30—Cobby Cobby Island

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the coastal low water line of the northern end of Cobby Cobby Island and the meridian of longitude 153°22.248' east (at or about the point of 27°42.540' south, 153°22.248' east) then running progressively—
(a)generally easterly and south-easterly along the coastal low water line of Cobby Cobby Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°24.073' east (at or about the point of 27°43.644' south, 153°24.073' east); and
(b)south along the meridian of longitude 153°24.073' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°43.758' south; and
(c)south-westerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the coastal low water line of the southern end of Cobby Cobby Island and the meridian of longitude 153°23.964' east (at or about the point of 27°43.975' south, 153°23.964' east); and
(d)generally north-westerly along the coastal low water line of Cobby Cobby Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°22.248' east (at or about the point of 27°42.923' south, 153°22.248' east); and
(e)north along the meridian of longitude 153°22.248' east to the starting point.

71MNP31—Swan Bay–Never Never Creek

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the mangrove line of the western side of North Stradbroke Island and the parallel of latitude 27°43.441' south (at or about the point of 27°43.441' south, 153°24.344' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°43.441' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°43.441' south, 153°24.506' east); and
(b)generally easterly and then north-easterly and southerly (via Swan Bay) along the marine park boundary on the southern end of North Stradbroke Island to the most southern point of the marine park boundary on the eastern side of the entrance to Swan Bay; and
(c)south along the meridian of longitude that runs through the most southern point of the marine park boundary, on the eastern side of the entrance to Swan Bay, to its intersection with the coastal low water line of the southern end of North Stradbroke Island; and
(d)generally south-westerly along the coastal low water line of the southern end of North Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude that runs through the most eastern point of Stingaree Island; and
(e)west along the parallel of latitude that runs through the most eastern point of Stingaree Island to its intersection with the mangrove line of the eastern side of Stingaree Island; and
(f)generally westerly along the mangrove line of the southern end of Stingaree Island to the most western extent of the mangrove line of Stingaree Island (at or about the point of 27°44.278' south, 153°24.681' east); and
(g)north-westerly along the geodesic (across the mouth of Never Never Creek) to the intersection of the mangrove line of the southern end of North Stradbroke Island and the meridian of longitude 153°24.646' east (at or about the point of 27°44.238' south, 153°24.646' east); and
(h)generally northerly along the mangrove line of the western side of North Stradbroke Island to the starting point.

72MNP32—Offshore South Stradbroke Island

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the eastern side of South Stradbroke Island and the parallel of latitude 27°50.083' south (at or about the point of 27°50.083' south, 153°25.881' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°50.083' south to its intersection with the coastal 500m high water line of the eastern side of South Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°50.083' south, 153°26.189' east); and
(b)generally northerly along the coastal 500m high water line of the eastern side of South Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°46.870' south (at or about the point of 27°46.870' south, 153°26.701' east); and
(c)east along the parallel of latitude 27°46.870' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°28.530' east; and
(d)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°48.100' south, 153°28.260' east; and
(e)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°52.040' south, 153°27.768' east; and
(f)west along the parallel of latitude 27°52.040' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the eastern side of South Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°52.040' south, 153°25.616' east); and
(g)generally northerly along the marine park boundary on the eastern side of South Stradbroke Island to the starting point.

73MNP33—McCoys Creek

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°49.329' south (at or about the point of 27°49.329' south, 153°22.620' east) then running progressively—
(a)south-easterly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°49.367' south (at or about the point of 27°49.367' south, 153°22.648' east); and
(b)generally southerly, westerly and north-easterly (via McCoys Creek) along the marine park boundary on the mainland to the starting point.

74MNP34—Coombabah Lake

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°53.479' south (at or about the point of 27°53.479' south, 153°21.543' east) then running progressively—
(a)west along the parallel of latitude 27°53.479' south to its intersection with the mangrove line (on the western side of Coombabah Creek) of the mainland (at or about the point of 27°53.479' south, 153°21.455' east); and
(b)generally south-westerly along the mangrove line (via the western side of Coombabah Creek) of the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°54.106' south (at or about the point of 27°54.106' south, 153°21.170' east); and
(c)east along the parallel of latitude 27°54.106' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°54.106' south, 153°21.410' east); and
(d)generally south-westerly, northerly and easterly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to the starting point.

Schedule 2 Designated areas

section 22(2)

Part 1 Disposal and extraction area

1DEA01—Skirmish Banks

The area enclosed by a radius of 1.5km centred at the point of 27°03.335' south, 153°14.282' east.

Note—

‘DEA01’ is the unique identifier used to identify the disposal and extraction area.

Part 2 Go slow areas for natural values

Note—

The sequence of the letters ‘GSN’ and the number preceding the name of each designated area described in this part is the unique identifier used to identify the area.

2GSN01—Westaways Creek

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the northern end of Bribie Island and the parallel of latitude 26°53.500' south (at or about the point of 26°53.500' south, 153°06.651' east) then running progressively—
(a)generally south-westerly (via Westaways Creek) along the marine park boundary on the northern end of Bribie Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°05.061' east (at or about the point of 26°54.269' south, 153°05.061' east); and
(b)north along the meridian of longitude 153°05.061' east to its intersection with the mangrove line of the northern end of Bribie Island (at or about the point of 26°54.251' south, 153°05.061' east); and
(c)generally north-easterly along the mangrove line of the northern end of Bribie Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°05.980' east (at or about the point of 26°53.772' south, 153°05.980' east); and
(d)easterly along the geodesic to the starting point.

3GSN02—Tripcony Bight–Long Island

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 26°56.271' south (at or about the point of 26°56.271' south, 153°03.980' east) then running progressively—
(a)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 26°56.609' south, 153°04.281' east; and
(b)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°56.777' south, 153°04.339' east; and
(c)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 26°56.847' south, 153°04.450' east; and
(d)north along the meridian of longitude 153°04.450' east to its intersection with the mangrove line of the southern end of Long Island (at or about the point of 26°56.454' south, 153°04.450' east); and
(e)generally northerly along the mangrove line of the western side of Long Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°04.408' east (at or about the point of 26°55.353' south, 153°04.408' east); and
(f)easterly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the western side of Bribie Island and the parallel of latitude 26°55.353' south (at or about the point of 26°55.353' south, 153°04.620' east); and
(g)generally southerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of Bribie Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 26°57.048' south (at or about the point of 26°57.048' south, 153°05.241' east); and
(h)west along the parallel of latitude 26°57.048' south to its intersection with the mangrove line of the western side of Bribie Island (at or about the point of 26°57.048' south, 153°05.236' east); and
(i)generally north-westerly along the mangrove line of the western side of Bribie Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 26°56.739' south (at or about the point of 26°56.739' south, 153°05.029' east); and
(j)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°56.971' south, 153°04.865' east; and
(k)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 26°57.169' south, 153°05.015' east; and
(l)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°57.362' south, 153°04.926' east; and
(m)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°57.424' south, 153°04.843' east; and
(n)west along the parallel of latitude 26°57.424' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Thooloora Island (at or about the point of 26°57.424' south, 153°04.669' east); and
(o)generally northerly, south-westerly and south-easterly along the marine park boundary on Thooloora Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°04.529' east (at or about the point of 26°57.558' south, 153°04.529' east); and
(p)south along the meridian of longitude 153°04.529' east to its intersection with the mangrove line of the eastern side of Thooloora Island (at or about the point of 26°57.584' south, 153°04.529' east); and
(q)generally south-westerly along the mangrove line of the eastern side of Thooloora Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°04.443' east (at or about the point of 26°57.743' south, 153°04.443' east); and
(r)south along the meridian of longitude 153°04.443' east to its intersection with the mangrove line of the northern end of the unnamed mangrove island that lies south of Thooloora Island (at or about the point of 26°57.813' south, 153°04.443' east); and
(s)generally southerly along the mangrove line of the eastern side of the unnamed mangrove island, that lies south of Thooloora Island, to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°04.526' east (at or about the point of 26°58.171' south, 153°04.526' east); and
(t)south along the meridian of longitude 153°04.526' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 26°58.400' south; and
(u)west along the parallel of latitude 26°58.400' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 26°58.400' south, 153°03.944' east); and
(v)generally north-westerly and north-easterly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to the starting point.

4GSN03—Hays Inlet

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°14.792' south (at or about the point of 27°14.792' south, 153°04.154' east) then running progressively—
(a)west along the parallel of latitude 27°14.792' south to its intersection with the mangrove line of the mainland (at or about the point of 27°14.792' south, 153°03.780' east); and
(b)generally southerly and north-westerly along the mangrove line of the mainland to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°03.022' east (at or about the point of 27°15.079' south, 153°03.022' east); and
(c)north along the meridian of longitude 153°03.022' east to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°15.062' south, 153°03.022' east); and
(d)generally northerly, easterly (via Saltwater Creek) and southerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to the starting point.

5GSN04—Willes Island

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°38.861' south, 153°24.496' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°38.861' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°38.861' south, 153°25.183' east); and
(b)generally south-westerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°40.093' south (at or about the point of 27°40.093' south, 153°24.126' east); and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°40.093' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°24.035' east; and
(d)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°39.823' south, 153°23.678' east; and
(e)northerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°39.604' south, 153°23.601' east; and
(f)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°39.322' south, 153°23.934' east; and
(g)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°39.006' south, 153°24.200' east; and
(h)north-easterly along the geodesic to the starting point.

6GSN05—Swan Bay–Never Never Creek

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the mangrove line of the western side of North Stradbroke Island and the parallel of latitude 27°43.441' south (at or about the point of 27°43.441' south, 153°24.344' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°43.441' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°43.441' south, 153°24.506' east); and
(b)generally easterly, north-easterly and southerly (via Swan Bay) along the marine park boundary on the southern end of North Stradbroke Island to the most southern point of the marine park boundary on the eastern side of the entrance to Swan Bay; and
(c)south along the meridian of longitude that runs through the most southern point of the marine park boundary, on the eastern side of the entrance to Swan Bay, to its intersection with the coastal low water line of the southern end of North Stradbroke Island; and
(d)generally south-westerly along the coastal low water line of the southern end of North Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude that runs through the most eastern point of Stingaree Island; and
(e)west along the parallel of latitude that runs through the most eastern point of Stingaree Island to its intersection with the mangrove line of the eastern side of Stingaree Island; and
(f)generally westerly along the mangrove line of the southern end of Stingaree Island to the most western extent of the mangrove line of Stingaree Island (at or about the point of 27°44.278' south, 153°24.681' east); and
(g)north-westerly along the geodesic (across the mouth of Never Never Creek) to the intersection of the mangrove line of the southern end of North Stradbroke Island and the meridian of longitude 153°24.646' east (at or about the point of 27°44.238' south, 153°24.646' east); and
(h)generally northerly along the mangrove line of the western side of North Stradbroke Island to the starting point.

7GSN06—McCoys Creek

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°49.329' south (at or about the point of 27°49.329' south, 153°22.620' east) then running progressively—
(a)south-easterly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°49.367' south (at or about the point of 27°49.367' south, 153°22.648' east); and
(b)generally southerly, westerly and north-easterly (via McCoys Creek) along the marine park boundary on the mainland to the starting point.

8GSN07—Coombabah Lake

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°53.479' south (at or about the point of 27°53.479' south, 153°21.543' east) then running progressively—
(a)west along the parallel of latitude 27°53.479' south to its intersection with the mangrove line of the mainland (at or about the point of 27°53.479' south, 153°21.455' east); and
(b)generally south-westerly along the mangrove line of the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°54.106' south (at or about the point of 27°54.106' south, 153°21.170' east); and
(c)east along the parallel of latitude 27°54.106' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°54.106' south, 153°21.410' east); and
(d)generally south-westerly, northerly and easterly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to the starting point.

Part 3 Go slow areas for turtles and dugongs

Division 1 Go slow areas for turtles and dugongs generally

Note—

The sequence of the letters ‘GSA’ and the number preceding the name of each designated area described in this division is the unique identifier used to identify the area.

9GSA01—Tangalooma

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the 5m depth contour of the western side of Moreton Island and the parallel of latitude 27°08.090' south (at or about the point of 27°08.090' south, 153°21.525' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°08.090' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of Moreton Island (at or about the point of 27°08.090' south, 153°21.727' east); and
(b)generally southerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of Moreton Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°10.022' south (at or about the point of 27°10.022' south, 153°22.308' east); and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°10.022' south to its intersection with the 5m depth contour of the western side of Moreton Island (at or about the point of 27°10.022' south, 153°21.700' east); and
(d)generally northerly along the 5m depth contour of the western side of Moreton Island to the starting point.

10GSA02—Moreton Banks

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the 5m depth contour of the western side of Moreton Island and the parallel of latitude 27°11.906' south (at or about the point of 27°11.906' south, 153°21.642' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°11.906' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of Moreton Island (at or about the point of 27°11.906' south, 153°21.885' east); and
(b)generally southerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of Moreton Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°20.917' south (at or about the point of 27°20.917' south, 153°25.192' east); and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°20.917' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°24.819' east; and
(d)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°21.395' south, 153°24.941' east; and
(e)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°21.805' south, 153°25.349' east; and
(f)south-westerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the 2m depth contour of Moreton Banks and the meridian of longitude 153°24.793' east (at or about the point of 27°22.249' south, 153°24.793' east); and
(g)generally southerly, westerly and northerly along the 2m depth contour of Moreton Banks to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°21.699' south (at or about the point of 27°21.699' south, 153°21.736' east); and
(h)west along the parallel of latitude 27°21.699' south to its intersection with the 5m depth contour of the western side of Moreton Banks (at or about the point of 27°21.699' south, 153°21.421' east); and
(i)generally northerly along the 5m depth contour of the western side of Moreton Banks and Moreton Island to the starting point.

11GSA03—Amity Banks

The area enclosed within the 2m depth contour of Amity Banks.

12GSA04—Peel Island

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°28.189' south, 153°20.731' east then running progressively—
(a)easterly along the geodesic to the intersection of the 2m depth contour of the northern end of Peel Island and the meridian of longitude 153°20.871' east (at or about the point of 27°28.189' south, 153°20.871' east); and
(b)generally south-easterly (via Lazaret Gutter) along the 2m depth contour of Peel Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°29.750' south (at or about the point of 27°29.750' south, 153°22.725' east); and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°29.750' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Peel Island (at or about the point of 27°29.750' south, 153°22.473' east); and
(d)generally northerly, westerly and southerly along the marine park boundary on Peel Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°30.427' south (at or about the point of 27°30.427' south, 153°20.659' east); and
(e)west along the parallel of latitude 27°30.427' south to its intersection with the 2m depth contour of the western side of Peel Island (at or about the point of 27°30.427' south, 153°20.317' east); and
(f)generally north-westerly and north-easterly along the 2m depth contour of the western side of Peel Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°19.994' east (at or about the point of 27°29.451' south, 153°19.994' east); and
(g)north along the meridian of longitude 153°19.994' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°28.850' south; and
(h)north-easterly along the geodesic to the starting point.

13GSA05—Price Anchorage

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°34.864' south, 153°24.459' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°34.864' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°34.864' south, 153°24.805' east); and
(b)generally southerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°37.885' south (at or about the point of 27°37.885' south, 153°25.015' east); and
(c)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.588' south, 153°24.524' east; and
(d)northerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.308' south, 153°24.411' east; and
(e)northerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°36.493' south, 153°24.263' east; and
(f)northerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°35.507' south, 153°24.201' east; and
(g)northerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°35.135' south, 153°24.332' east; and
(h)north-easterly along the geodesic to the starting point.

14GSA06—Lamb Island

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Lamb Island and the parallel of latitude 27°37.188' south (at or about the point of 27°37.188' south, 153°23.216' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°37.188' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°23.911' east; and
(b)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.435' south, 153°23.923' east; and
(c)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.842' south, 153°23.847' east; and
(d)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.013' south, 153°23.594' east; and
(e)westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.058' south, 153°23.177' east; and
(f)westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.016' south, 153°22.819' east; and
(g)north-westerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the southern end of Lamb Island and the meridian of longitude 153°22.726' east (at or about the point of 27°37.902' south, 153°22.726' east); and
(h)generally north-easterly along the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Lamb Island to the starting point.

Division 2 Go slow areas for turtles and dugongs for vessels more than 8m in length

Note—

The sequence of the letters ‘GSB’ and the number preceding the name of each designated area described in this division is the unique identifier used to identify the area.

15GSB01—Weinam Creek

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°37.077' south, 153°18.748' east then running progressively—
(a)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°36.754' south, 153°19.015' east; and
(b)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°36.934' south, 153°19.088' east; and
(c)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.111' south, 153°18.767' east; and
(d)north-westerly along the geodesic to the starting point.

16GSB02—Garden Island

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the mangrove line of the eastern side of Garden Island and the parallel of latitude 27°37.255' south (at or about the point of 27°37.255' south, 153°20.370' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°37.255' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of Macleay Island (at or about the point of 27°37.255' south, 153°21.067' east); and
(b)generally south-westerly and south-easterly along the marine park boundary on the western side of Macleay Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°37.914' south (at or about the point of 27°37.914' south, 153°21.681' east); and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°37.914' south to its intersection with the mangrove line of the eastern side of Garden Island (at or about the point of 27°37.914' south, 153°21.144' east); and
(d)generally north-westerly along the mangrove line of the eastern side of Garden Island to the starting point.

17GSB03—Karragarra Channel

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°38.343' south, 153°20.712' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°38.343' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°21.128' east; and
(b)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.492' south, 153°21.157' east; and
(c)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.529' south, 153°21.173' east; and
(d)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.949' south, 153°21.356' east; and
(e)west along the parallel of latitude 27°38.949' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°21.006' east; and
(f)northerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.752' south, 153°20.961' east; and
(g)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.710' south, 153°20.916' east; and
(h)north-westerly along the geodesic to the starting point.

18GSB04—Krummel Passage

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°38.462' south, 153°21.753' east then running progressively—
(a)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.408' south, 153°22.059' east; and
(b)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.573' south, 153°22.739' east; and
(c)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.737' south, 153°22.780' east; and
(d)westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.650' south, 153°22.543' east; and
(e)westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.561' south, 153°22.236' east; and
(f)westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.540' south, 153°22.018' east; and
(g)westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.554' south, 153°21.920' east; and
(h)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.605' south, 153°21.847' east; and
(i)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.813' south, 153°21.753' east; and
(j)north along the meridian of longitude 153°21.753' east to the starting point.

Part 4 Grey nurse shark areas

Note—

The sequence of the letters ‘GNS’ and the number preceding the name of each designated area described in this part is the unique identifier used to identify the area.

19GNS01—Cherubs Cave

The area enclosed by a radius of 1.2km centred at the point of 27°07.670' south, 153°28.670' east.

20GNS02—Henderson Rock

The area enclosed by a radius of 1.2km centred at the point of 27°07.920' south, 153°28.710' east.

21GNS03—Flat Rock

The area enclosed by a radius of 1.2km centred at the point of 27°23.410' south, 153°33.070' east.

Part 5 Material disposal area

22MDA01—Mud Island

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°19.160' south, 153°12.605' east then running progressively—
(a)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°18.768' south, 153°13.021' east; and
(b)east along the parallel of latitude 27°18.768' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°13.641' east; and
(c)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°19.160' south, 153°14.065' east; and
(d)south along the meridian of longitude 153°14.065' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°20.810' south; and
(e)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°21.285' south, 153°14.866' east; and
(f)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°21.691' south, 153°14.543' east; and
(g)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°20.531' south, 153°12.605' east; and
(h)north along the meridian of longitude 153°12.605' east to the starting point.

Note—

‘MDA01’ is the unique identifier used to identify the material disposal area.

Part 6 Material extraction area

Note—

The sequence of the letters ‘MEA’ and the number preceding the name of each designated area described in this part is the unique identifier used to identify the area.

23MEA01—Spitfire Banks

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°02.114' south, 153°15.325' east then running progressively—
(a)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°02.872' south, 153°16.146' east; and
(b)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°03.447' south, 153°17.911' east; and
(c)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°04.972' south, 153°18.416' east; and
(d)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°05.294' south, 153°18.764' east; and
(e)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°05.516' south, 153°18.508' east; and
(f)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°02.623' south, 153°15.379' east; and
(g)northerly along the geodesic to the starting point.

24MEA02—Middle Banks

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°11.940' south, 153°18.544' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°11.940' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°19.147' east; and
(b)south along the meridian of longitude 153°19.147' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°13.021' south; and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°13.021' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°18.544' east; and
(d)south along the meridian of longitude 153°18.544' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°13.456' south; and
(e)west along the parallel of latitude 27°13.456' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°17.940' east; and
(f)north along the meridian of longitude 153°17.940' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°12.915' south; and
(g)east along the parallel of latitude 27°12.915' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°18.544' east; and
(h)north along the meridian of longitude 153°18.544' east to the starting point.

Part 7 Mooring areas

Note—

The sequence of the letters ‘MGA’ and the number preceding the name of each designated area described in this part is the unique identifier used to identify the area.

25MGA01—Golden Beach–Bells Creek

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 26°50.558' south (at or about the point of 26°50.558' south, 153°06.467' east) then running progressively—
(a)generally north-easterly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°07.980' east (at or about the point of 26°48.465' south, 153°07.980' east); and
(b)westerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°48.487' south, 153°07.879' east; and
(c)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°48.433' south, 153°07.847' east; and
(d)west along the parallel of latitude 26°48.433' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°07.690' east; and
(e)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°48.636' south, 153°07.491' east; and
(f)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°48.805' south, 153°07.400' east; and
(g)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°49.240' south, 153°07.347' east; and
(h)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°49.865' south, 153°07.376' east; and
(i)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°50.640' south, 153°07.023' east; and
(j)westerly along the geodesic to the point of 26°50.558' south, 153°06.737' east; and
(k)west along the parallel of latitude 26°50.558' south to the starting point.

26MGA02—Donnybrook

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 26°59.963' south (at or about the point of 26°59.963' south, 153°04.212' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 26°59.963' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°04.362' east; and
(b)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°00.390' south, 153°04.559' east; and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°00.390' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°00.390' south, 153°04.342' east); and
(d)generally northerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to the starting point.

27MGA03—Elimbah Creek

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°01.831' south (at or about the point of 27°01.831' south, 153°04.632' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°01.831' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°04.829' east; and
(b)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°01.993' south, 153°04.747' east; and
(c)south along the meridian of longitude 153°04.747' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°02.159' south; and
(d)south-easterly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°02.332' south (at or about the point of 27°02.332' south, 153°04.879' east); and
(e)generally south-westerly and north-westerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°04.170' east (at or about the point of 27°02.026' south, 153°04.170' east); and
(f)north along the meridian of longitude 153°04.170' east to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°01.982' south, 153°04.170' east); and
(g)generally south-easterly and northerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to the starting point.

28MGA04—Toorbul

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°01.538' south, 153°05.723' east then running progressively—
(a)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°01.918' south, 153°06.307' east; and
(b)south-westerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°02.127' south (at or about the point of 27°02.127' south, 153°06.170' east); and
(c)generally north-westerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°05.637' east (at or about the point of 27°01.669' south, 153°05.637' east); and
(d)north-easterly along the geodesic to the starting point.

29MGA05—White Patch

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°02.029' south, 153°07.072' east then running progressively—
(a)north-easterly along the geodesic to the intersection of the 1m depth contour of the western side of Bribie Island and the parallel of latitude 27°01.800' south (at or about the point of 27°01.800' south, 153°07.259' east); and
(b)generally south-easterly along the 1m depth contour of the western side of Bribie Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°02.880' south (at or about the point of 27°02.880' south, 153°07.986' east); and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°02.880' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°07.883' east; and
(d)northerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°02.631' south, 153°07.810' east; and
(e)north-westerly along the geodesic to the starting point.

30MGA06—Ningi–Bongaree

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°03.222' south, 153°07.742' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°03.222' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of Bribie Island (at or about the point of 27°03.222' south, 153°08.114' east); and
(b)generally south-easterly along the marine park boundary on the western side of Bribie Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°05.062' south (at or about the point of 27°05.062' south, 153°09.502' east); and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°05.062' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°09.240' east; and
(d)north along the meridian of longitude 153°09.240' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°04.535' south; and
(e)west along the parallel of latitude 27°04.535' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°04.535' south, 153°08.653' east); and
(f)generally north-westerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°07.496' east (at or about the point of 27°03.822' south, 153°07.496' east); and
(g)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°03.409' south, 153°07.742' east; and
(h)north along the meridian of longitude 153°07.742' east to the starting point.

31MGA07—Bulwer

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°04.407' south, 153°21.879' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°04.407' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of Moreton Island (at or about the point of 27°04.407' south, 153°22.017' east); and
(b)generally southerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of Moreton Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°04.871' south (at or about the point of 27°04.871' south, 153°22.100' east); and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°04.871' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°21.981' east; and
(d)northerly along the geodesic to the starting point.

32MGA08—Cowan Cowan

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°07.376' south, 153°21.791' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°07.376' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of Moreton Island (at or about the point of 27°07.376' south, 153°21.966' east); and
(b)generally southerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of Moreton Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°07.702' south (at or about the point of 27°07.702' south, 153°21.857' east); and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°07.702' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°21.666' east; and
(d)generally northerly along the geodesic to the starting point.

33MGA09—Caboolture River

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°08.279' south, 153°02.081' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°08.279' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°08.279' south, 153°02.416' east); and
(b)generally south-westerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°08.732' south (at or about the point of 27°08.732' south, 153°02.168' east); and
(c)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°08.992' south, 153°02.154' east; and
(d)west along the parallel of latitude 27°08.992' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°02.081' east; and
(e)north along the meridian of longitude 153°02.081' east to the starting point.

34MGA10—Tangalooma

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°09.996' south, 153°22.185' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°09.996' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of Moreton Island (at or about the point of 27°09.996' south, 153°22.299' east); and
(b)generally southerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of Moreton Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°10.878' south (at or about the point of 27°10.878' south, 153°22.314' east); and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°10.878' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°22.185' east; and
(d)north along the meridian of longitude 153°22.185' east to the starting point.

35MGA11—Deception Bay (south)

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°10.915' south, 153°04.628' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°10.915' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°06.240' east; and
(b)south along the meridian of longitude 153°06.240' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°11.551' south; and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°11.551' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°04.628' east; and
(d)north along the meridian of longitude 153°04.628' east to the starting point.

36MGA12—Pine River

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the meridian of longitude 153°02.478' east (at or about the point of 27°16.661' south, 153°02.478' east) then running progressively—
(a)generally easterly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°02.801' east (at or about the point of 27°16.610' south, 153°02.801' east); and
(b)south along the meridian of longitude 153°02.801' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°16.741' south; and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°16.741' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°02.478' east; and
(d)north along the meridian of longitude 153°02.478' east to the starting point.

37MGA13—Cabbage Tree Creek

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°19.908' south (at or about the point of 27°19.908' south, 153°04.998' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°19.908' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°05.022' east; and
(b)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°20.033' south, 153°04.946' east; and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°20.033' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°20.033' south, 153°04.924' east); and
(d)generally north-easterly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to the starting point.

38MGA14—Kooringal

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°20.992' south, 153°24.763' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°20.992' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of Moreton Island (at or about the point of 27°20.992' south, 153°25.154' east); and
(b)generally southerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of Moreton Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°21.334' south (at or about the point of 27°21.334' south, 153°25.151' east); and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°21.334' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°24.909' east; and
(d)north-westerly along the geodesic to the starting point.

39MGA15—Amity

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°24.102' south, 153°26.086' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°24.102' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°24.102' south, 153°26.269' east); and
(b)generally southerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°24.326' south (at or about the point of 27°24.326' south, 153°26.209' east); and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°24.326' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°26.120' east; and
(d)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°24.609' south, 153°25.968' east; and
(e)west along the parallel of latitude 27°24.609' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°25.802' east; and
(f)north-easterly along the geodesic to the starting point.

40MGA16—Wynnum Creek

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the meridian of longitude 153°10.445' east (at or about the point of 27°26.139' south, 153°10.445' east) then running progressively—
(a)south-easterly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the meridian of longitude 153°10.457' east (at or about the point of 27°26.164' south, 153°10.457' east); and
(b)generally south-westerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°26.252' south (at or about the point of 27°26.252' south, 153°10.394' east); and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°26.252' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°26.252' south, 153°10.375' east); and
(d)generally north-westerly and north-easterly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to the starting point.

41MGA17—Wynnum

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°26.029' south, 153°10.750' east then running progressively—
(a)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°26.449' south, 153°11.219' east; and
(b)south along the meridian of longitude 153°11.219' east to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°26.778' south, 153°11.219' east); and
(c)generally north-westerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°26.172' south (at or about the point of 27°26.172' south, 153°10.468' east); and
(d)north-easterly along the geodesic to the starting point.

42MGA18—Waterloo Bay

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°27.422' south, 153°12.961' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°27.422' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°13.800' east; and
(b)south along the meridian of longitude 153°13.800' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°28.047' south; and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°28.047' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°12.961' east; and
(d)north along the meridian of longitude 153°12.961' east to the starting point.

43MGA19—Tingalpa Creek

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°28.449' south, 153°11.762' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°28.449' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°11.901' east; and
(b)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°28.671' south, 153°11.863' east; and
(c)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°28.742' south, 153°11.885' east; and
(d)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°28.816' south, 153°11.886' east; and
(e)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°28.865' south, 153°11.862' east; and
(f)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°28.897' south, 153°11.826' east; and
(g)westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°28.982' south, 153°11.593' east; and
(h)westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°28.997' south, 153°11.513' east; and
(i)westerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°28.994' south (at or about the point of 27°28.994' south, 153°11.454' east); and
(j)north-westerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°28.958' south (at or about the point of 27°28.958' south, 153°11.433' east); and
(k)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°28.862' south, 153°11.557' east; and
(l)east along the parallel of latitude 27°28.862' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°11.755' east; and
(m)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°28.839' south, 153°11.802' east; and
(n)northerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°28.795' south, 153°11.819' east; and
(o)northerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°28.506' south, 153°11.762' east; and
(p)north along the meridian of longitude 153°11.762' east to the starting point.

44MGA20—One Mile

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°29.236' south, 153°24.175' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°29.236' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°24.317' east; and
(b)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°29.415' south, 153°24.224' east; and
(c)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°29.558' south, 153°24.029' east; and
(d)westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°29.518' south, 153°23.919' east; and
(e)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°29.334' south, 153°24.065' east; and
(f)north-easterly along the geodesic to the starting point.

45MGA21—Dunwich

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°29.896' south, 153°23.737' east then running progressively—
(a)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°29.859' south, 153°23.828' east; and
(b)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°30.058' south, 153°23.907' east; and
(c)westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°30.094' south, 153°23.815' east; and
(d)northerly along the geodesic to the starting point.

46MGA22—Raby Bay

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°30.481' south, 153°16.548' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°30.481' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°16.864' east; and
(b)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°30.839' south, 153°16.802' east; and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°30.839' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°16.229' east; and
(d)north along the meridian of longitude 153°16.229' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°30.700' south; and
(e)north-easterly along the geodesic to the starting point.

47MGA23—Deanbilla Bay

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°30.269' south, 153°24.130' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°30.269' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°24.262' east; and
(b)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°30.814' south, 153°24.596' east; and
(c)south along the meridian of longitude 153°24.596' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°31.043' south; and
(d)west along the parallel of latitude 27°31.043' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°24.130' east; and
(e)north along the meridian of longitude 153°24.130' east to the starting point.

48MGA24—Eprapah Creek

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°34.335' south, 153°17.317' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°34.335' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°17.461' east; and
(b)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°34.347' south, 153°17.519' east; and
(c)east along the parallel of latitude 27°34.347' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°17.674' east; and
(d)south along the meridian of longitude 153°17.674' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°34.401' south; and
(e)west along the parallel of latitude 27°34.401' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°34.401' south, 153°17.647' east); and
(f)generally westerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°17.317' east (at or about the point of 27°34.350' south, 153°17.317' east); and
(g)north along the meridian of longitude 153°17.317' east to the starting point.

49MGA25—Point Halloran

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°33.798' south, 153°18.922' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°33.798' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°19.349' east; and
(b)south along the meridian of longitude 153°19.349' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°33.969' south; and
(c)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°34.381' south, 153°18.907' east; and
(d)south along the meridian of longitude 153°18.907' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°34.694' south; and
(e)west along the parallel of latitude 27°34.694' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°18.639' east; and
(f)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°34.428' south, 153°18.405' east; and
(g)north along the meridian of longitude 153°18.405' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°34.287' south; and
(h)north-easterly along the geodesic to the starting point.

50MGA26—Coochiemudlo Island

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the southern end of Coochiemudlo Island and the meridian of longitude 153°19.518' east (at or about the point of 27°34.489' south, 153°19.518' east) then running progressively—
(a)generally easterly along the marine park boundary on the southern end of Coochiemudlo Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°20.224' east (at or about the point of 27°34.412' south, 153°20.224' east); and
(b)south along the meridian of longitude 153°20.224' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°34.757' south; and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°34.757' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°19.518' east; and
(d)north along the meridian of longitude 153°19.518' east to the starting point.

51MGA27—Victoria Point

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°34.927' south (at or about the point of 27°34.927' south, 153°19.079' east) then running progressively—
(a)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°35.032' south, 153°19.223' east; and
(b)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°35.317' south, 153°19.142' east; and
(c)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°35.660' south, 153°18.930' east; and
(d)west along the parallel of latitude 27°35.660' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°18.540' east; and
(e)north along the meridian of longitude 153°18.540' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°35.517' south; and
(f)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°35.427' south, 153°18.727' east; and
(g)north along the meridian of longitude 153°18.727' east to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°35.364' south, 153°18.727' east); and
(h)generally north-easterly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to the starting point.

52MGA28—Dalpura Bay

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°35.056' south, 153°21.204' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°35.056' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of Macleay Island (at or about the point of 27°35.056' south, 153°21.446' east); and
(b)generally southerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of Macleay Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°35.349' south (at or about the point of 27°35.349' south, 153°21.433' east); and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°35.349' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°21.204' east; and
(d)north along the meridian of longitude 153°21.204' east to the starting point.

53MGA29—Macleay Island (north-east)

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°35.006' south, 153°21.899' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°35.006' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°22.030' east; and
(b)south along the meridian of longitude 153°22.030' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°35.285' south; and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°35.285' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°21.822' east; and
(d)north along the meridian of longitude 153°21.822' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°35.214' south; and
(e)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°35.092' south, 153°21.899' east; and
(f)north along the meridian of longitude 153°21.899' east to the starting point.

54MGA30—Thompson Point

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°35.877' south, 153°20.907' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°35.877' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°21.121' east; and
(b)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°36.124' south, 153°20.943' east; and
(c)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°36.375' south, 153°20.886' east; and
(d)west along the parallel of latitude 27°36.375' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°20.806' east; and
(e)northerly along the geodesic to the starting point.

55MGA31—Macleay Island (east)

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°35.538' south, 153°21.922' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°35.538' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°22.181' east; and
(b)south along the meridian of longitude 153°22.181' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°36.192' south; and
(c)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°36.393' south, 153°21.979' east; and
(d)west along the parallel of latitude 27°36.393' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°21.815' east; and
(e)north along the meridian of longitude 153°21.815' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°35.645' south; and
(f)north-easterly along the geodesic to the starting point.

56MGA32—Redland Bay

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°37.137' south, 153°18.794' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°37.137' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°18.975' east; and
(b)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.116' south, 153°19.130' east; and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°38.116' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°38.116' south, 153°18.697' east); and
(d)generally northerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°37.245' south (at or about the point of 27°37.245' south, 153°18.687' east); and
(e)north-easterly along the geodesic to the starting point.

57MGA33—Macleay Island (south-west)

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°37.404' south, 153°20.900' east then running progressively—
(a)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.538' south, 153°21.192' east; and
(b)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.707' south, 153°21.453' east; and
(c)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.812' south, 153°21.510' east; and
(d)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.851' south, 153°21.485' east; and
(e)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.453' south, 153°20.869' east; and
(f)north-easterly along the geodesic to the starting point.

58MGA34—Karragarra Island (north)

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the southern end of Macleay Island and the parallel of latitude 27°37.801' south (at or about the point of 27°37.801' south, 153°22.057' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°37.801' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of Lamb Island (at or about the point of 27°37.801' south, 153°22.388' east); and
(b)generally easterly along the marine park boundary on the southern end of Lamb Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°22.726' east (at or about the point of 27°37.902' south, 153°22.726' east); and
(c)south along the meridian of longitude 153°22.726' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°38.240' south; and
(d)west along the parallel of latitude 27°38.240' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the northern end of Karragarra Island (at or about the point of 27°38.240' south, 153°22.538' east); and
(e)generally westerly along the marine park boundary on the northern end of Karragarra Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°38.110' south (at or about the point of 27°38.110' south, 153°21.802' east); and
(f)north-easterly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the southern end of Macleay Island and the meridian of longitude 153°21.928' east (at or about the point of 27°37.895' south, 153°21.928' east); and
(g)generally north-easterly along the marine park boundary on the southern end of Macleay Island to the starting point.

59MGA35—Krummel Passage

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°38.584' south, 153°22.363' east then running progressively—
(a)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.673' south, 153°22.930' east; and
(b)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.201' south, 153°23.861' east; and
(c)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.445' south, 153°23.984' east; and
(d)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.625' south, 153°23.629' east; and
(e)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.460' south, 153°23.545' east; and
(f)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.519' south, 153°23.401' east; and
(g)south-westerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the northern end of Russell Island and the meridian of longitude 153°22.947' east (at or about the point of 27°38.750' south, 153°22.947' east); and
(h)generally westerly along the marine park boundary on the northern end of Russell Island to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°22.363' east (at or about the point of 27°38.768' south, 153°22.363' east); and
(i)north along the meridian of longitude 153°22.363' east to the starting point.

60MGA36—Russell Island–Canaipa Passage

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Russell Island and the meridian of longitude 153°24.949' east (at or about the point of 27°38.522' south, 153°24.949' east) then running progressively—
(a)south along the meridian of longitude 153°24.949' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°38.700' south; and
(b)west along the parallel of latitude 27°38.700' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°24.521' east; and
(c)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°38.901' south, 153°24.137' east; and
(d)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°39.233' south, 153°23.786' east; and
(e)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°39.386' south, 153°23.534' east; and
(f)south along the meridian of longitude 153°23.534' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°39.807' south; and
(g)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°40.002' south, 153°23.686' east; and
(h)west along the parallel of latitude 27°40.002' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Russell Island (at or about the point of 27°40.002' south, 153°23.423' east); and
(i)generally north-easterly along the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Russell Island to the starting point.

61MGA37—Russell Island (west)

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°39.282' south, 153°21.622' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°39.282' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°21.797' east; and
(b)south along the meridian of longitude 153°21.797' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°39.760' south; and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°39.760' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°21.622' east; and
(d)north along the meridian of longitude 153°21.622' east to the starting point.

62MGA38—Lagoon Island

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°40.576' south, 153°19.181' east then running progressively—
(a)south-easterly along the geodesic to the intersection of the mangrove line of the northern end of Lagoon Island and the meridian of longitude 153°19.310' east (at or about the point of 27°40.719' south, 153°19.310' east); and
(b)generally southerly along the mangrove line of the western side of Lagoon Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°41.504' south (at or about the point of 27°41.504' south, 153°19.331' east); and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°41.504' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°19.246' east; and
(d)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°40.945' south, 153°18.984' east; and
(e)north along the meridian of longitude 153°18.984' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°40.736' south; and
(f)north-easterly along the geodesic to the starting point.

63MGA39—Russell Island (east)

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Russell Island and the parallel of latitude 27°40.481' south (at or about the point of 27°40.481' south, 153°23.596' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°40.481' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°23.667' east; and
(b)south along the meridian of longitude 153°23.667' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°40.997' south; and
(c)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°41.393' south, 153°23.897' east; and
(d)west along the parallel of latitude 27°41.393' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°23.671' east; and
(e)northerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Russell Island and the parallel of latitude 27°41.085' south (at or about the point of 27°41.085' south, 153°23.575' east); and
(f)generally northerly along the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Russell Island to the starting point.

64MGA40—Russell Island (south-east)

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Russell Island and the parallel of latitude 27°41.898' south (at or about the point of 27°41.898' south, 153°23.553' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°41.898' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°23.633' east; and
(b)south along the meridian of longitude 153°23.633' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°42.083' south; and
(c)east along the parallel of latitude 27°42.083' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°23.802' east; and
(d)south along the meridian of longitude 153°23.802' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°42.158' south; and
(e)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°42.357' south, 153°23.444' east; and
(f)north-westerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Russell Island and the meridian of longitude 153°23.403' east (at or about the point of 27°42.285' south, 153°23.403' east); and
(g)generally northerly along the marine park boundary on the eastern side of Russell Island to the starting point.

65MGA41—Cabbage Tree Point

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°44.205' south, 153°21.585' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°44.205' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°21.672' east; and
(b)south along the meridian of longitude 153°21.672' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°44.256' south; and
(c)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°44.424' south, 153°21.579' east; and
(d)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°44.676' south, 153°21.408' east; and
(e)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°44.857' south, 153°21.228' east; and
(f)south along the meridian of longitude 153°21.228' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°45.174' south; and
(g)west along the parallel of latitude 27°45.174' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°21.162' east; and
(h)north along the meridian of longitude 153°21.162' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°44.861' south; and
(i)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°44.673' south, 153°21.345' east; and
(j)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°44.424' south, 153°21.523' east; and
(k)northerly along the geodesic to the starting point.

66MGA42—Jacobs Well

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°46.047' south, 153°22.032' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°46.047' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°22.204' east; and
(b)south along the meridian of longitude 153°22.204' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°46.442' south; and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°46.442' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°22.149' east; and
(d)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°46.600' south, 153°22.111' east; and
(e)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°46.745' south, 153°22.193' east; and
(f)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°46.828' south, 153°22.414' east; and
(g)west along the parallel of latitude 27°46.828' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the mainland (at or about the point of 27°46.828' south, 153°22.046' east); and
(h)generally north-westerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°46.468' south (at or about the point of 27°46.468' south, 153°21.623' east); and
(i)east along the parallel of latitude 27°46.468' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°21.957' east; and
(j)northerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°46.178' south, 153°21.970' east; and
(k)north-easterly along the geodesic to the starting point.

67MGA43—Tipplers

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°48.110' south, 153°25.619' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°48.110' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of South Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°48.110' south, 153°25.663' east); and
(b)generally south-westerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of South Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°48.701' south (at or about the point of 27°48.701' south, 153°25.406' east); and
(c)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°48.673' south, 153°25.357' east; and
(d)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°48.426' south, 153°25.535' east; and
(e)northerly along the geodesic to the starting point.

68MGA44—Coombabah Creek

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°52.547' south (at or about the point of 27°52.547' south, 153°22.627' east) then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°52.547' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°22.692' east; and
(b)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°52.607' south, 153°22.681' east; and
(c)south-easterly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the western side of Jabiru Island (at or about the point of 27°52.676' south, 153°22.717' east); and
(d)generally easterly along the marine park boundary on the southern end of Jabiru Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°52.719' south (at or about the point of 27°52.719' south, 153°22.959' east); and
(e)northerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°52.640' south, 153°22.991' east; and
(f)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°52.601' south, 153°23.070' east; and
(g)south-easterly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°52.646' south (at or about the point of 27°52.646' south, 153°23.135' east); and
(h)generally southerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°53.192' south (at or about the point of 27°53.192' south, 153°22.946' east); and
(i)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°53.093' south, 153°22.777' east; and
(j)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°52.938' south, 153°22.920' east; and
(k)north-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°52.831' south, 153°22.819' east; and
(l)west along the parallel of latitude 27°52.831' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°22.729' east; and
(m)north-westerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°52.756' south (at or about the point of 27°52.756' south, 153°22.665' east); and
(n)generally northerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to the starting point.

69MGA45—Currigee

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°53.152' south, 153°25.046' east then running progressively—
(a)east along the parallel of latitude 27°53.152' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of South Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°53.152' south, 153°25.138' east); and
(b)generally southerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of South Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°54.033' south (at or about the point of 27°54.033' south, 153°25.304' east); and
(c)west along the parallel of latitude 27°54.033' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°25.244' east; and
(d)northerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°53.339' south, 153°25.046' east; and
(e)north along the meridian of longitude 153°25.046' east to the starting point.

Part 8 No-anchoring areas

Note—

The sequence of the letters ‘NAA’ and the number preceding the name of each designated area described in this part is the unique identifier used to identify the area.

70NAA01—Flinders Reef

The area enclosed by a radius of 500m centred at the point of 26°58.715' south, 153°29.150' east.

71NAA02—Flat Rock

The area enclosed by a radius of 1.2km centred at the point of 27°23.410' south, 153°33.070' east.

72NAA03—Myora Reef

The area bounded by a line starting at the point of 27°28.852' south, 153°23.961' east then running progressively—
(a)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°28.527' south, 153°24.176' east; and
(b)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°28.433' south, 153°24.297' east; and
(c)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°28.346' south, 153°24.438' east; and
(d)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°28.286' south, 153°24.566' east; and
(e)east along the parallel of latitude 27°28.286' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°24.821' east; and
(f)south along the meridian of longitude 153°24.821' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°28.369' south; and
(g)west along the parallel of latitude 27°28.369' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°24.566' east; and
(h)south along the meridian of longitude 153°24.566' east to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°28.496' south; and
(i)east along the parallel of latitude 27°28.496' south to its intersection with the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island (at or about the point of 27°28.496' south, 153°25.132' east); and
(j)generally south-westerly along the marine park boundary on the western side of North Stradbroke Island to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°29.236' south (at or about the point of 27°29.236' south, 153°24.441' east); and
(k)west along the parallel of latitude 27°29.236' south to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°23.961' east; and
(l)north along the meridian of longitude 153°23.961' east to the starting point.

Part 9 Works areas

Note—

The sequence of the letters ‘WKA’ and the number preceding the name of each designated area described in this part is the unique identifier used to identify the area.

73WKA01—Houghton Highway

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the meridian of longitude 153°04.715' east (at or about the point of 27°15.778' south, 153°04.715' east) then running progressively—
(a)generally south-easterly and north-easterly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the parallel of latitude 27°15.706' south (at or about the point of 27°15.706' south, 153°04.855' east); and
(b)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°15.717' south, 153°04.869' east; and
(c)southerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°15.795' south, 153°04.857' east; and
(d)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°17.045' south, 153°03.900' east; and
(e)south-westerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°17.071' south (at or about the point of 27°17.071' south, 153°03.884' east); and
(f)generally north-westerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to its intersection with the meridian of longitude 153°03.782' east (at or about the point of 27°16.984' south, 153°03.782' east); and
(g)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°16.974' south, 153°03.789' east; and
(h)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°16.978' south, 153°03.797' east; and
(i)north-easterly along the geodesic to the starting point.

74WKA02—Toondah Harbour

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the meridian of longitude 153°16.982' east (at or about the point of 27°31.744' south, 153°16.982' east) then running progressively—
(a)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°31.783' south, 153°16.964' east; and
(b)westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°31.763' south, 153°16.909' east; and
(c)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°31.722' south, 153°16.927' east; and
(d)easterly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°31.724' south (at or about the point of 27°31.724' south, 153°16.930' east); and
(e)generally easterly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to the starting point.

75WKA03—Weinam Creek

The area bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°37.050' south (at or about the point of 27°37.050' south, 153°18.669' east) then running progressively—
(a)north-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.020' south, 153°18.722' east; and
(b)easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.046' south, 153°18.814' east; and
(c)south-easterly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.084' south, 153°18.830' east; and
(d)south-westerly along the geodesic to the point of 27°37.165' south, 153°18.723' east; and
(e)north-westerly along the geodesic to the intersection of the marine park boundary on the mainland and the parallel of latitude 27°37.121' south (at or about the point of 27°37.121' south, 153°18.684' east); and
(f)generally northerly along the marine park boundary on the mainland to the starting point.

Schedule 3 Particular protected species

schedule 5, definition protected species, paragraph (d)

Column 1

Column 2

Common name

Species

Fish

barramundi cod

Cromileptes altivelis

great white shark

Carcharodon carcharias

grey nurse shark

Carcharias taurus

Maori wrasse

Cheilinus undulatus

potato rockcod

Epinephelus tukula

Queensland grouper

Epinephelus lanceolatus

seahorses, pipefishes, seadragons

families Syngnathidae and Solenostomidae (all)

whale shark

Rhincodon typus

  

Invertebrates

giant clams

family Tridacnidae (all)

giant triton shell

Charonia tritonis

  

Marine reptiles

green turtles, loggerhead turtles, olive ridley turtles, hawksbill turtles, flatback turtles

family Cheloniidae (all)

leatherback turtles

family Dermochelyidae (all)

sea snakes

families Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae (all)

  

Birds

birds

Class Aves (all)

  

Marine mammals

dugong

Dugong dugon

seals

families Otariidae and Phocidae (all)

whales and dolphins

Order Cetacea (all)

Schedule 4 Restricted and excluded animals for fishing or collecting

section 101(1)(b), (c)(i) and (5), definition excluded invertebrate

Part 1 Restricted coral species

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Common name

Species

Class

anemones, corallimorpharians, corals (hard, soft and black), sea fans and sea pens

all

Anthozoa

fire corals, hydroids

all

Hydrozoa

Part 2 Restricted fish species

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Column 4

Common name

Family

Genera

Species

angelfishes

Pomacanthidae

all

all

Australian pineapplefish

Monocentridae

Cleidopus

gloriamaris

Barred soapfish

Grammistidae

Diploprion

bifasciatum

batfishes

Ephippidae

Platax

all

blacksaddle filefish

Paraluteres

prionurus

blennies

Blenniidae

all

all

boxfishes

Ostraciidae

Ostracion

all

  

Lactoria

all

butterflyfishes

Chaetodontidae

all

all

cardinal fishes

Apogonidae

all

all

clown triggerfish

 

Balistoides

conspicillum

cockatoo waspfish

Tetrarogidae

Ablabys

taenianotus

damselfishes

Pomacentridae

all

all

dartfishes

Microdesmidae

Ptereleotris

all

dottybacks

Pseudochromidae

all

all

fivebar flagtail

Kuhliidae

Kuhlia

mugil

frogfishes

Antennariidae

Antennarius

all

  

Histrio

all

  

Histiophryne

all

frogfishes

Batrachoididae

Batrachomoeus

all

  

Halophryne

all

gobies

Gobiidae

all

all

grubfishes

Pinguipedidae

Parapercis

all

gudgeons

Eleotridae

all

all

harlequin filefish

 

Oxymonacanthus

longirostris

hawkfishes

Cirrhitidae

all

all

incised gurnard perch

Neosebastidae

Neosebastes

incisipinnis

leatherjackets

Monacanthidae

Brachaluteres

all

  

Pervagor

all

lined soapfish

 

Grammistes

sexlineatus

marble dragonet

Callionymidae

Neosynchiropus

ocellatus

moorish idol

Zanclidae

Zanclus

cornutus

moray eels

Muraenidae

all

all

orangestripe triggerfish

Balistidae

Balistapus

undulatus

Pacific monkeyfish

Synanceiidae

Erosa

erosa

porcupinefishes

Diodontidae

all

all

prettyfins

Plesiopidae

all

all

Red Indian fish

Pataecidae

Pataecus

fronto

scorpionfishes

Scorpaenidae

all other than—

  

Scorpaena

all

seamoths

Pegasidae

Eurypegasus

all

  

Pegasus

all

squirrelfishes

Holocentridae

Sargocentron

all

  

Neoniphon

all

  

Myripristis

all

surgeonfishes

Acanthuridae

all other than—

  

Acanthurus

all

  

Naso

all

tasselled leatherjacket

 

Chaetodermis

penicilligerus

tilefishes

Malacanthidae

Malacanthus

all

toadfishes

Tetraodontidae

Canthigaster

all

  

Arothron

all

triggerfishes

 

Rhinecanthus

all

triplefins

Tripterygiidae

all

all

trumpetfish

Aulostomidae

Aulostomus

chinensis

velvetfishes

Aploactinidae

all

all

wrasses

Labridae

all other than—

  

Choerodon

all

  

Bodianus

frenchii

  

Bodianus

perditio

  

Bodianus

unimaculatus

  

Cheilinus

chlorourus

Part 3 Excluded invertebrates

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Column 4

Common name

Family

Genera

Species

beachworm

   

bêche-de-mer

   

bivalve mollusc

   

bloodworm

   

blue swimmer crab

 

Portunus

armatus

cuttlefishes

 

Metasepia

all

  

Sepia

all

gastropod

   

ghost crabs

Ocypodidae

Ocypode

all

hermit crabs

Diogenidae and Paguridae

 

all

mantis shrimps

 

Oratosquilla

all

  

Squilla

all

marine yabby

 

Trypaea

australiensis

mud crabs

 

Scylla

all

octopuses

 

Octopus

all

oyster

   

painted crayfish

 

Panulirus

ornatus

prawn

   

red spot crab (three spot crab)

 

Portunus

sanguinolentus

rock crabs

Grapsidae

 

all

rock crabs

Xanthidae

 

all

scallop

   

slipper lobsters, Balmain bugs, bugs

Scyllaridae

all

all

snapping shrimps

Alpheidae

 

all

soldier crabs

Mictyridae

Mictyris

all

spanner crab

 

Ranina

ranina

squid

   

tropical spiny rock lobsters

 

Panulirus

all

Schedule 5 Dictionary

section 4(1)

accreditation
(a)generally—means accreditation of a traditional use of marine resources agreement under section 76(2); and
(b)in the context of amending, conditioning, suspending or cancelling accreditation of a traditional use of marine resources agreement—includes the accreditation certificate given for the agreement.
accreditation certificate, for an accredited traditional use of marine resources agreement, see section 76(2)(a).
accreditation period, for an accredited traditional use of marine resources agreement, see section 76(2)(a)(ii).
accredited traditional use of marine resources agreement means a traditional use of marine resources agreement accredited by the chief executive under section 76(2).
airboat means a vessel designed to be propelled by an aircraft-type propeller.
anchoring includes using equipment consisting of an anchor, anchor chain and attached tackle, whether or not the equipment is attached to a vessel.
animal means a member, alive or dead, of the animal kingdom (other than human), and includes—
(a)eggs or parts of eggs; and
(b)skin, feathers, shell or any other part of an animal.
aquaculture operation
1An aquaculture operation is an operation for propagating, rearing, keeping, growing or breeding an aquatic plant or animal, including a fish, crustacean, reptile or mollusc, or other marine product.
2An aquaculture operation includes the construction, operation, maintenance, modification, demolition or removal of any structure associated with an activity mentioned in paragraph 1.
aquarium fish fishery means the aquarium fish fishery described in the Fisheries (Commercial Fisheries) Regulation 2019, schedule 1, part 1.
area restrictions, for a grey nurse shark area, means any restrictions on diving activities applying in the area under—
(a)part 4, division 6; or
(b)a declaration of a restricted access area under the Marine Parks Regulation 2017, section 119; or
(c)a prohibited area notice.
authorised activity see section 82(c).
bait gathering means taking, in compliance with the Fisheries Act 1994, a crab, eugary, worm or yabby by hand or by a hand-held implement, other than taking as part of a harvest fishery.
bait netting means bait netting carried out under section 99.
beachworm fishery means the beachworm fishery described in the Fisheries (Commercial Fisheries) Regulation 2019, schedule 1, part 12.
coastal 100m high water line, of an island or the mainland, is the imaginary line, every point of which is 100m seaward from the island or mainland at high water.
coastal 500m high water line, of an island or the mainland, is the imaginary line, every point of which is 500m seaward from the island or mainland at high water.
coastal 1km high water line, of an island or the mainland, is the imaginary line, every point of which is 1km seaward from the island or mainland at high water.
collapsible trap see the Fisheries (General) Regulation 2019, schedule 10, part 3, section 2.
commercial fishery see the Fisheries (General) Regulation 2019, schedule 11.
coral includes a species of coral within the class Anthozoa or Hydrozoa, whether living or dead.

Examples of species of coral within the class Anthozoa or Hydrozoa—

anemones, corallimorpharians, fire corals, hydroids, sea fans and zoanthids
crabbing means crabbing carried out under section 100.
crab pot see the Fisheries (General) Regulation 2019, schedule 10, part 4, section 1.
defence activities means activities for defence purposes—
(a)conducted by the Australian Defence Force; or
(b)conducted by a defence force of another country that is in Australia with the approval of the Commonwealth; or
(c)conducted or authorised by the Commonwealth Department of Defence.
developmental fishery program means a program of fishing or collecting, other than a program of collecting coral, that—
(a)uses equipment or techniques not previously used in a commercial fishery in the marine park; or
(b)targets, either wholly or in part, a species for which there is no commercial fishery in the marine park.
dilly see the Fisheries (General) Regulation 2019, schedule 10, part 4, section 2.
disposal and extraction area means the designated area described in schedule 2, part 1.
disturb, in relation to an animal, includes—
(a)harass, harm, lure, pursue or tease the animal; and
(b)interrupt the animal’s swimming pattern; and
(c)attempt to do a thing mentioned in paragraph (a) or (b).
dive club, for part 4, division 6, subdivision 4, see section 43.
dredged material means any material that has been dredged.
educational program means the provision, whether as a single act or a series of acts, of transport, accommodation or services for a group of 6 or more persons, none of whom is a tourist, principally to systematically educate those persons.
EIS means an EIS, within the meaning of the Environmental Protection Act 1994, schedule 4, prepared under chapter 3 of that Act.
entry or usage notice see section 66(1).
facility includes—
(a)a building, structure or vessel; and
(b)equipment, goods or services.
fishing includes fishing that involves releasing a fish after capture.
fishing or collecting means the taking of a plant, animal or marine resource.
geodesic means a line between 2 points that follows the curvature of the earth.
go slow area for natural values means a designated area described in schedule 2, part 2.
go slow area for turtles and dugongs means a designated area described in schedule 2, part 3.
grey nurse shark area means a designated area described in schedule 2, part 4.
group, of divers, means a number of persons associated in any way through diving activities.

Examples—

persons who are members of the same dive club
persons diving from the same boat
persons who are clients of the operator of a tourism program
harvest fishery means the harvest fishery under the Marine Parks Regulation 2017, other than the coral fishery described in the Fisheries (Commercial Fisheries) Regulation 2019, schedule 1, part 3.
high water means the mean height of the highest high water at spring tide.
holder
(a)of an accreditation of a traditional use of marine resources agreement—means a member of the traditional owner group in whose name the application for the accreditation was made; or
(b)of an accreditation of an educational institution or research institution under the Marine Parks Regulation 2017, section 98
(i)means the accredited educational institution or accredited research institution; and
(ii)includes a person authorised to act for the institution.
hook means—
(a)a single-shanked hook; or
(b)a single-shanked double or treble hook; or
(c)a lure that is an artificial bait with no more than 3 hooks attached to it; or
(d)an artificial fly; or
(e)a jig for taking squid; or
(f)a ganged hook set, consisting of no more than 6 hooks, each of which is in contact with at least 1 of the other hooks in the set; or
(g)a bait jig that is a hook, or a group of hooks consisting of no more than 6 hooks, if the hook, or each of the group of hooks, is of a size between number 1 and number 12 inclusively or an equivalent size.
length overall, for a vessel, has the meaning given by the Transport Operations (Marine Pollution) Act 1995, section 7A.
limited collecting means collecting an animal or plant by hand or hand-held implement that is not motorised or pneumatically or hydraulically operated.
limited educational program means an educational program not involving fishing or collecting.
limited impact research (extractive)
1Limited impact research (extractive) is research, carried out by an accredited educational institution or an accredited research institution, that is a component of—
(a)an educational program; or
(b)a project carried out for the purposes of research.
2Research involving either or both of the following is also limited impact research (extractive)
(a)limited research sampling;
(b)the installation or operation of minor research aids that do not pose a threat to safety or navigation.
limited impact research (non-extractive)
1Limited impact research (non-extractive) is research, carried out by an accredited educational institution or an accredited research institution, not involving fishing or collecting.
2Subject to paragraph 1, limited impact research (non-extractive) includes the following—
(a)visual surveys, other than visual surveys of cetaceans;
(b)research not involving an activity that would, if it were not part of a research activity, require a permission;
(c)social research not involving the conduct of archaeological excavations.
limited media activity means a media activity that has, or is likely to have, negligible impact on the marine park or persons using the marine park.
limited research sampling means taking samples of plants, animals or marine resources only for the purposes of research.
limited spearfishing
1Limited spearfishing is fishing with a spear or spear gun carried out under section 105.
2A person is not carrying out limited spearfishing
(a)only because the person has a loaded spear gun for fishing in the person’s possession out of the water; or
(b)if the person is engaging in spearfishing in any part of the marine park to which the Fisheries Declaration 2019, section 50 applies.
line fishing means fishing by a person using no more than 3 hand-held fishing rods or handlines, with a total of no more than 6 hooks attached to the lines.
low impact activity means an activity that is likely to have a negligible impact on the marine park.
major works means works that—
(a)are inconsistent with the objects to be achieved for the zone in which the works are being, or are proposed to be, carried out; and
(b)are likely to have a significant adverse impact on an area of the marine park by—
(i)destroying or disturbing the natural hydrology of the area, including, for example, by altering tidal or natural currents or drainage patterns; or
(ii)changing the composition of natural species or productivity of aquatic communities in the area; or
(iii)causing alienation of part of the marine park; or
(iv)removing or destroying the substrate, animals or plants.

Examples of major works—

port and harbour works, including construction of a breakwater or berthing and terminal facility
airport works, including construction of a runway or terminal
reclamation works
developmental dredging of a navigation channel or boat harbour
building works including a sand loading facility, marina, wharf or submarine pipeline
managed vessel means any of the following—
(a)an airboat;
(b)a hovercraft;
(c)a hydrofoil;
(d)a wing in ground effect craft.
mangrove forest means a community of mangroves in which the leaves and branches of the mangroves in the community touch or overlap.
mangrove line means a line that—
(a)runs along the outer boundary of a mangrove forest; and
(b)at each point where there is a gap in the outer boundary of the forest, runs along—
(i)if the gap is caused by a mouth of a river, creek or stream—the line that joins 1 side of the river, creek or stream to the other side by running in the general trend of the outer boundary of the forest; or
(ii)if subparagraph (i) does not apply—
(A)if the gap is near the mainland—the mainland at high water; or
(B)if the gap is near an island—the island at high water.
marine resource means any naturally occurring material within the marine park including—
(a)material making up the seabed, for example, coral, limestone, shell-grit or star sand; and
(b)seawater.
material disposal area means the designated area described in schedule 2, part 5.
material extraction area means a designated area described in schedule 2, part 6.
media activity means the recording of images or sounds, including, for example, by filming, photographing or sound recording.
minor research aid see section 103(1).
mooring
(a)means a thing used, or intended to be used, in an area, for mooring a vessel, consisting of—
(i)a device attached to, or sitting on, the land in, or underlying, the area; and
(ii)a system involving cables, chains, ropes or other things attached to the device; and
(iii)a buoy, or other float on the surface of the water, attached to the system, that marks the location of the device and system; but
(b)does not include equipment that is part of a vessel.
mooring area means a designated area described in schedule 2, part 7.
motorised water sport means an activity involving any of the following—
(a)driving a motorised vessel other than in a straight line, including, for example—
(i)in a circular pattern; or
(ii)by weaving or diverting the vessel; or
(iii)by surfing down, or jumping over or across, any wave, swell or wash, other than for any necessary turn or diversion;
(b)towing a person behind a motorised vessel, including, for example, waterskiing or parasailing;
(c)the use of a personal water craft other than for transport by the most direct reasonable route between 2 places.
navigate includes moor, or anchor, in the course of navigation.
netting means netting carried out in compliance with the Fisheries Declaration 2019 and the Fisheries (General) Regulation 2019.
no-anchoring area means a designated area described in schedule 2, part 8.
operate, a facility, includes assemble, build, demolish, fix in position or maintain the facility.
operator, for part 4, division 6, subdivision 3, see section 38.
outer boundary
1The outer boundary of a mangrove forest is the boundary formed by an imaginary line that connects the trunks of the outermost mangroves in the forest.
2For paragraph 1, prop roots that extend further out from the trunk of any of the mangroves are not taken to be part of the trunk.
planing or non-displacement mode, for operating a vessel, means operating the vessel in a way and at a speed that allows the vessel’s hull to travel over the top of, rather than through, water.
plant means a member, alive or dead, of the plant kingdom or fungus kingdom, and includes seeds and parts of plants.
possess, an animal, plant or other thing, means—
(a)to have custody or control of the animal, plant or thing; or
(b)to have an ability or right to readily obtain custody or control of the animal, plant or thing.
prohibited area see section 46(1)(a) and (b).
prohibited area notice means a notice made under part 4, division 6, subdivision 5.
proponent see section 62(1).
proposed action
(a)for part 6, division 5—see section 88(2); or
(b)for part 7—see section 95(2).
protected species means—
(a)a listed marine species, listed migratory species or listed threatened species within the meaning of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (Cwlth); or
(b)a species of animal prescribed as protected wildlife under the Nature Conservation Act 1992; or
(c)an animal of the genus Epinephelus, other than E. tukula or E. lanceolatus, if the animal is more than 1m long; or
(d)another species listed in schedule 3.

sch 5 def protected species amd 2020 SL No. 136 s 427

public entity means—
(a)a government entity under the Public Service Act 2008; or
(b)a local government or other entity established by an Act.
quadrat means a frame or grid of a predetermined size used to delineate an area of substrate being studied.
recreational fisher see the Fisheries (General) Regulation 2019, schedule 11.
relevant accredited harvest fishery means an accredited harvest fishery under the Marine Parks Regulation 2017, but does not include the coral fishery described in the Fisheries (Commercial Fisheries) Regulation 2019, schedule 1, part 3.
relevant designated area, for part 4, division 2, subdivision 1, see section 24.
relevant environmental practices and standards, for part 7, see section 94(e)(i).
relevant person, for a dive club that is not an incorporated entity, for part 4, division 6, subdivision 4, see section 43.
research means a diligent and systematic inquiry or investigation into a subject, to discover facts or principles, that has its own objectives, sampling design and outcomes.
restriction includes prohibition.
ship
1A ship is a vessel that—
(a)is 50m or more in length overall; or
(b)is an oil tanker, within the meaning given by the Protocol of 1978 relating to the ‘International convention for the prevention of pollution from ships, 1973’, regardless of its length; or
(c)is a chemical carrier, or liquefied gas carrier, regardless of its length; or
(d)is a ship to which the ‘International code for the safe carriage of packaged irradiated nuclear fuel, plutonium and high-level radioactive wastes on board ships’ (commonly known as the ‘INF code’) applies, regardless of its length; or
(e)is adapted to carry oil or chemicals in bulk in cargo spaces; or
(f)is engaged in towing or pushing another vessel if the other vessel is a ship mentioned in paragraph (a), (b), (c), (d) or (e), or, if the vessel is towing the other vessel, the total length of the tow, from the stern of the towing vessel to the after end of the tow, is greater than 150m.
2However, a ship does not include—
(a)a vessel of the Australian Defence Force; or
(b)a vessel of the armed service of another country, if the vessel is in Australian waters with the consent of Australia; or
(c)a vessel more than 50m in length overall used for private recreational activities.
shorebird includes a duck, seabird, swan and wading bird.
show cause notice
(a)for part 6, division 5—see section 88(2); or
(b)for part 7—see section 95(2).
show cause period
(a)for part 6, division 5—see section 88(3)(i); or
(b)for part 7—see section 95(3)(i).
stowed or secured, for equipment used for fishing or collecting—
(a)generally—means that the equipment is rendered inoperative and stored inboard a vessel; or
(b)if the equipment is trawl fishing apparatus, means—
(i)that the nets are out of the water or that the fore ends of the nets are drawn up to the booms; and
(ii)that the net’s lazy lines are through the blocks; and
(iii)that the net’s cod ends are open; and
(iv)for an otter trawl, that the otter boards are drawn up to the trawl blocks on the booms or are inboard a vessel.
the marine park see section 3.
this plan means this zoning plan.
tourism program means an activity, whether consisting of a single act or a series of acts, that—
(a)is conducted in the course of carrying on business; and
(b)is, or includes, the provision of transport, accommodation or services for tourists or for persons who include tourists.
tourist means a person who is in the marine park mainly for recreation, including, for example, recreational fishing or collecting.
traditional owner, for an area of the marine park, means a person of Aboriginal descent who—
(a)is recognised in the Aboriginal community generally, or by a representative body for an area that includes the area of the marine park—
(i)as having spiritual or cultural affiliations with the area of the marine park; or
(ii)as holding native title in relation to the area; and
(b)is entitled to carry out activities under Aboriginal tradition in the area.
traditional owner group, for an area of the marine park, means a group of traditional owners for the area who, under Aboriginal tradition, speak for the area.
traditional use of marine resources means the carrying out of activities in an area of the marine park, under Aboriginal tradition, to satisfy the personal, domestic or communal needs of a traditional owner for the area.
traditional use of marine resources agreement see section 70.
transect tape means a line, rope or tape used to identify an area of substrate being studied.
trawling means trawling carried out in compliance with the Fisheries (Commercial Fisheries) Regulation 2019, schedule 2.
trolling means fishing with a line or lines trailed from a vessel that is underway using no more than 3 lines for each person on the vessel, with no more than 6 hooks in total for each person.
turtle means a species of turtle within the family Cheloniidae or the family Dermochelyidae, and includes an egg or hatchling of a turtle.
underway, in relation to a vessel, means the vessel is being propelled through the water, whether by engine, sail or human power, and is not adrift.
vessel charter operation means an activity, whether consisting of a single act or a series of acts, involving a vessel that—
(a)is available for charter or hire; and
(b)is being used in the course of carrying on a business that is, or includes, the provision of accommodation, transport or services for a purpose other than an educational program or tourism program; and
(c)travels within or into the marine park; and
(d)is not merely transiting through the marine park by the most direct and reasonable route to a place outside the marine park.
wing in ground effect craft means a vessel constructed to move above the surface of the water using ground effect to lift off, land and maintain a limited altitude.
works area means a designated area described in schedule 2, part 9.
wreck includes derelict, flotsam and jetsam, lagan, and things of any kind that belonged to, came from, or were part of, a vessel or aircraft wrecked, stranded, sunk or abandoned, or in distress.