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Recognitions as made
This instrument revokes the Recognition of Representative Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander Body 2013 (No. 2) and recognises the Goldfields Land and Sea Council Aboriginal Corporation as the representative Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander body for the area described in Schedule 1 of the instrument.
Administered by: Prime Minister and Cabinet
Registered 30 Jun 2015
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR10-Aug-2015
Tabled Senate10-Aug-2015
Date of repeal 01 Jul 2016
Repealed by Native Title (Recognition as Representative Body–Goldfields Land and Sea Council) Instrument 2016

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Recognition as Representative Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander Body 2015 (No.  2)

 

Native Title Act 1993

 

I, NIGEL SCULLION, Minister for Indigenous Affairs, under subsection 203AD(1) of the Native Title Act 1993, recognise the Goldfields Land and Sea Council Aboriginal Corporation as the representative Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander body for the area described in Schedule 1.

 

This Recognition takes effect on 1 July 2015 and ceases to have effect on 30 June 2016. 

 

The Recognition of Representative Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander Body 2013 (No.  2) is revoked with effect from the date that this Recognition takes effect. 

 

Dated      26 . 6 . 15

 

 

 

 

 

 

NIGEL SCULLION

Minister for Indigenous Affairs

 


Schedule 1Description of area (Goldfields)

 

1   The Goldfields area is the area of land and waters bounded by a line commencing at the intersection of the western boundary of the 1991 Local Government Area (LGA) of Esperence and the coastline of mainland Australia, and then proceeding generally northerly along the western boundary of that LGA to its intersection with the Dundas LGA, then generally westerly and northerly along the southern and western boundaries of that LGA to its intersection with the Coolgardie LGA, then generally northerly along the western boundary of that LGA to its intersection with the Menzies LGA, then generally north-westerly and north-easterly along the western boundary of that LGA to its intersection with the Leonora LGA, then generally northerly and easterly along the western and northern boundaries of that LGA to its intersection with the Laverton LGA, then generally easterly along the northern boundary of that LGA to its intersection with longitude 124 degrees east, then south along that meridian to its intersection with the Cosmo Newbery Aboriginal Reserve, then generally westerly and southerly along the boundary of that Reserve to its intersection with White Cliffs Station, then generally southerly and westerly along the boundary of that Station to its intersection with Merolia Station, then generally southerly and westerly along the boundary of that Station to its intersection with Mount Celia Station, then generally southerly along the boundary of that Station to its intersection with Kirgella Rocks Station, then generally southerly along the boundary of that Station to its intersection with the Menzies LGA, then generally westerly along the southern boundary of that LGA to its intersection with Kurnalpi- Pinjin road, then generally south-westerly along that road to the Y junction of the road near Yowie Hill, then generally north-easterly on that road to the T junction at Six Mile Dam, then generally southerly along the road to the Karonie Railway Station, then generally east along the railway line to the T intersection at Black Cat Well, then generally south-easterly along the road to its intersection with the Dundas LGA, then generally  easterly along the northern boundary of that LGA to its intersection with the Western Australian and South Australian State border, then south along that border to its intersection with the coastline of mainland Australia, then generally southerly along the Western Australian and South Australia adjacent area boundary as defined in Schedule 2 of the Petroleum (Submerged Lands) Act 1967 to its intersection with the outer limit of the exclusive economic zone of Australia (EEZ), then generally westerly along that outer limit to a point due south of the point where the line began, and then due north by a straight line to the point where the line began.

 

2   In this Schedule:

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