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Recognitions as made
The instrument recognises the Queensland South Representative Body Aboriginal Corporation as the representative Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander body for the area described in Schedule 1.
Administered by: Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs
General Comments: This recognition takes effect on 30 January 2001.
Registered 12 Apr 2005
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR06-Feb-2001
Tabled Senate06-Feb-2001
Gazetted 14 Feb 2001
Date of repeal 30 Aug 2012
Repealed by Native Title (Revocation of Recognition Instruments) Determination 2012

Recognition of Representative Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander Body 2001 (No.
2)

 

I, John Joseph Herron, Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs,
acting under subsection 203AD(1) of the Native Title Act 1993, recognise the
Queensland South Representative Body Aboriginal Corporation as the representative Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander body for the area described in Schedule 1.

 

I am satisfied that the Queensland South Representative Body Aboriginal
Corporation
:

(a)    will satisfactorily represent persons who hold or may hold native title in the area described in Schedule 1; and

(b)   will be able to consult effectively with Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait
Islanders living in that area; and

(c)    would be able to perform satisfactorily the functions of a representative body.

 

This recognition takes effect on 30 January 2001.

 

 

 

Dated 29 January 2001

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JOHN HERRON

 

Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs


Schedule 1 Description of area (Queensland South)

 

1.      Bounded by lines commencing at the intersection of the centre thread of Wide Bay Harbour and the coastline of mainland Australia, and then proceeding generally
westerly along the centerline of that Harbour to the intersection with the centre
thread of Tin Can Inlet, then generally southerly along the centreline of that Inlet
to the intersection with the centre thread of Teebar Creek, then generally south-
westerly along the centreline of that Creek to a point on the centerline of Teebar
Creek and north of the intersection of the northern boundary of the 1991 Local Government Area (LGA) of Widgee and the southern bank of Teebar Creek, then
south by a straight line to that intersection, then generally south-westerly along the northern boundary of that LGA to its intersection with Kilkivan LGA, then
generally westerly along the northern boundary of that LGA to its intersection
with Wondai LGA, then generally westerly along the northern boundary of that
LGA to its intersection with Chinchilla LGA, then generally westerly, northerly,
westerly and southerly along the northern boundary of that LGA to its intersection
with Murilla LGA, then generally south-westerly along the northern border of that
LGA to its intersection with Bendernere LGA, then generally westerly along the
northern border of that LGA to its intersection with Bungil LGA, then generally
north-westerly along the northern border of that LGA to its intersection with
Booringa LGA, then generally north-westerly along the northern border of that
LGA to its intersection with Murweh LGA, then generally westerly along the
northern border of that LGA to its intersection with Quilpie LGA, then generally
north-westerly along the northern border of that LGA to its intersection with
Barcoo LGA, then generally north-westerly, southerly, westerly and southerly
along the northern and western boundaries of that LGA to its intersection with the Queensland and South Australia State border, then east and south along that
border to its intersection with the Queensland and New South Wales State border,
then generally easterly along that border to its intersection with the coastline of
mainland Australia, then easterly along the Queensland and New South Wales
adjacent area boundary as defined in Schedule 2 of the Petroleum (Submerged
Land) Act 1967 to the intersection with the Exclusive Economic Zone of Australia
(EEZ), then generally northerly along the eastern border of that EEZ to a point due
east of the point of commencement, and then due west by a straight line to the
point of commencement.

 

2.      In this Schedule:

exclusive economic zone means the exclusive economic zone within the
meaning of the Seas and Submerged Lands Act 1973.