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This Proclamation declares the area specified in the Schedule to be the Jervis Bay National Park.
Administered by: Environment and Energy
General Comments: This Proclamation was originally made under section 7(2) of the National Parks and Wildlife Conservation Act 1975, and pursuant to Part 2 of Schedule 4 of the Environmental Reform (Consequential Provisions) Act 1999, is continued in force under section 344 of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999.
Exempt from sunsetting by the Legislation (Exemptions and Other Matters) Regulation 2015 s12 item 25
Registered 16 May 2007
Gazetted 04 Mar 1992

PROCLAMATION

 

 

Commonwealth of Australia

By His Excellency the

Governor-General of the

Commonwealth of Australia

 

 

 

 

BILL HAYDEN

Governor-General

 

 

 

 

I, WILLIAM GEORGE HAYDEN, Governor-General of the Commonwealth of

Australia, acting with the advice of the Federal Executive Council after

consideration by the Federal Executive Council under subsection 7 (11) of the

National Parks and Wildlife Conservation Act 1975 of a report by the Director of

National Parks and Wildlife, under subsection 7(2) of that Act:

declare the area specified in the Schedule to be a park; and

            assign to the park the name “Jervis Bay National Park”; and

            specify that the subsoil to the depth of 1,000 metres below the surface

of any land within the declared area is taken to be within the park; and

specify that the subsoil to the depth of 1,000 metres below any sea-bed

within the declared area is taken to be within the park.

 


SCHEDULE

 

Description of area of Jervis Bay National Park

 

Firstly:  All that piece of land in Jervis Bay Territory containing an area of 2630 hectares more or less:  commencing at the westernmost corner of Block 110 Jervis Bay Territory as shown on the plan lodged at the Office of the Registrar of Titles Canberra as Deposited Plan 7092 being a point at the high water mark of Wreck Bay and from that point bounded by the high water mark generally southwesterly to the high water mark of the eastern side of Sussex Inlet, and from there by that high water mark generally northerly easterly northeasterly and northwesterly to the high water mark of St Georges Basin, and from there by that high water mark generally easterly and northeasterly to the northernmost northwestern corner of the Jervis Bay Territory, and from there by the boundary of the Jervis Bay Territory bearing 99 degrees 6 minutes 20 seconds 2930.07 metres to the proposed northwestern corner of the Royal Australian Navy College Her Majesty’s Australian Ship Creswell, and from there by the proposed western boundary of Her Majesty’s Australian Ship Creswell

bearing 189 degrees 6 minutes 50 seconds 1136.03 metres to the northeastern side of Jervis Bay Road, and from there by part of that side of the road being lines bearing 142 degrees 11 minutes 23.32 metres, 47.03 metres of the arc of a circle of radius 119.885 metres the chord of which lies to the northeast and bears 130 degrees 56 minutes 40 seconds 46.73 metres, 119 degrees 42 minutes 20 seconds 32.04 metres, 62.18 metres of the arc of a circle of radius 209.885 metres the chord of which lies to the northeast and bears 111 degrees 13 minutes 61.95 metres, 102 degrees 43 minutes 50 seconds 93.43 metres, 77.83 metres of the arc of a circle of radius 18.0115 metres the chord of which lies to the southwest and bears 115 degrees 6 minutes 40 seconds 77.225 metres, 127 degrees 29 minutes 20 seconds 382.92 metres and 124 degrees 31 minutes 88.645 metres to a point at the intersection of the northeastern side of Jervis Bay Road with the prolongation of the proposed northwestern boundary of the Royal Australian Navy airfield, and from there by that prolongation and that proposed boundary bearing in all 229 degrees 46 minutes 952.63 metres, and from there by the proposed northwestern and generally southwestern boundaries of the Royal Australian Navy airfield bearing successively 229 degrees 43 minutes 20 seconds 498.95 metres, 236 degrees 52 minutes 67.4 metres, 215 degrees 24 minutes 8.195 metres, 205 degrees 6 minutes 8.935 metres, 193 degrees 59 minutes 9.2 metres, 180 degrees 56 minutes 9.025 metres, 171 degrees 43 minutes 9.07 metres, 156 degrees 7 minutes 9.065 metres, 143 degrees 40 minutes 9.09 metres, 140 degrees 11 minutes 69.85 metres, 184 degrees 25 minutes 128.91 metres to the northernmost corner of Block 110 Jervis Bay Territory and from there by the northwestern boundary of that block bearing 212 degrees 51 minutes 40 seconds 2141.64 metres to the point of commencement excluding the Australian National Botanic Gardens annexe (Jervis Bay) Blocks 9-14 Jervis Bay Territory the right of way appurtenant to Block 13 Jervis Bay Territory Blocks 28 and 37 Jervis Bay Territory and Block 41 Jervis Bay Territory.

 


Secondly:  All that piece of land in Jervis Bay Territory containing an area of 2755 hectares more or less: commencing at the easternmost corner of the Royal Australian Navy College Her Majesty’s Australian Ship Creswell being a point at high water mark of Jervis Bay and bounded from that point by that high water mark generally easterly northeasterly and again easterly to Governor Head, and from there by the high water mark of the South Pacific Ocean generally southerly and southwesterly to St Georges Head, and from there by the high water mark of Wreck Bay generally northerly to a southern corner of Block 111 Jervis Bay Territory as shown on the plan lodged at the Office of the Registrar of Titles Canberra as Deposited Plan 7092, and from there by the southeastern boundary of Block 111 being lines bearing successively 35 degrees 59 minutes 40 seconds 769.64 metres and 35 degrees 41 minutes 50 seconds 1114.12 metres to the easternmost corner of Block 111, and from there by the northeastern boundary of that block and its prolongation bearing in all 316 degrees 37 minutes 30 seconds 533.235 metres to the northwestern side of Wreck Bay Road and from there by the northwestern western southwestern and generally western side of Wreck Bay Road being lines bearing successively 82 degrees 30 minutes 40 seconds 226.21 metres, 75 degrees 31 minutes 20 seconds 45.63 metres, 52 degrees 55 minutes 30 seconds 37.565 metres, 33 degrees 43 minutes 77.175 metres, 17 degrees 21 minutes 50 seconds 229.75 metres, 17 degrees 55 minutes 30 seconds 216.46 metres, 47 degrees 31 minutes 50 seconds 137.3 metres, 46 degrees 40 minutes 20 seconds 13.22 metres, 47 degrees 11 minutes 30 seconds 107.32 metres, 24 degrees 59 minutes 108.35 metres, 2 degrees 44 minutes 612.05 metres, 349 degrees 13 minutes 40 seconds 75.05 metres, 320 degrees 27 minutes 84.97 metres, 303 degrees 26 minutes 50 seconds 209.56 metres, 308 degrees 59 minutes 10 seconds 68.74 metres, 341 degrees 10 minutes 30 seconds 69.36 metres, 341 degrees 6 minutes 40 seconds 23.46 metres, 15 degrees 52 minutes 218.06 metres, 10 degrees 30 seconds 44.09 metres, 351 degrees 51 minutes 40 seconds 51.42 metres, 345 degrees 17 minutes 30 seconds 109.01 metres, 337 degrees 23 minutes 47.61 metres, and 26 degrees 11 minutes 10 seconds 54.45 metres to the southwestern side of Jervis Bay Road, and from there by a line bearing 66 degrees 30 minutes 30 seconds 29.06 metres to the intersection of the northeastern side of Jervis Bay Road and the southeastern side of Village Road, and from there by that side of Village Road bearing 19 degrees 39 minutes 56.9 metres to a line 5 metres southeast of the centre of overhead power transmission cables, and from there by that line northeasterly and northwesterly bearing successively 31 degrees 25 minutes 40 seconds 11.48 metres, 31 degrees 40 minutes 30 seconds 121.11 metres, 30 degrees 57 minutes 123.21 metres, 30 degrees 47 minutes 30 seconds 207.55 metres, 354 degrees 5 minutes 10 seconds 105.02 metres, 341 degrees 28 minutes 20 seconds 74.75 metres to a southern boundary of the Royal Australian Navy College Her Majesty’s Australian Ship Creswell, and from there by that boundary easterly and northerly bearing successively 98 degrees 57 minutes 665.78 metres and 9 degrees 7 minutes 233.01 metres to the point of commencement, excluding all that piece of land containing an area of 1.92 hectares more or less: commencing at a point bearing 255 degrees 35 metres from the Bherwerre Trigonometrical Station and bounded from that point by lines bearing successively 10 degrees 320 metres, 100 degrees 60 metres, 190 degrees 320 metres and 280 degrees 60 metres to the point of commencement.

 

Thirdly:  All that piece of land in Jervis Bay Territory being Bowen Island containing an area of 52 hectares more or less:  commencing at the northernmost point of Block 6 Jervis Bay Territory as shown on the plan lodged at the Office of the Registrar of Titles Canberra as Deposited Plan 468 and also being a point on the high water mark of Jervis Bay and bounded from that point by the high water mark of Jervis Bay and the high water mark of the South Pacific Ocean and again the high water mark of Jervis Bay generally southeasterly southwesterly westerly northwesterly and northeasterly to the point of commencement.

 


Fourthly:  All that part of Jervis Bay in Jervis Bay Territory containing an area of 875 hectares more or less:  commencing at the northernmost point of Bowen Island being a point on the high water mark of Jervis Bay and bounded from that point by that high water mark generally southwesterly and southeasterly to the Jervis Bay Territory boundary, and from there by that boundary southwesterly to a point on the high water mark of Jervis Bay at Governor Head, and from there by that high water mark of Jervis Bay generally westerly southwesterly again westerly northwesterly again westerly to the Jervis Bay Territory boundary, and from there by that boundary northeasterly to the point of commencement.

 

 

 

 

GIVEN under my Hand and

the Great Seal of Australia

on 27 February 1992

 

 

 

 

 

By His Excellency’s Command,

 

 

 

 

R KELLY

Minister of State for the Arts, Sport,

the Environment and Territories

 

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!