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This instrument designates two areas in the Barkly Region of the Northern Territory, the town of Tennant Creek and the Threeways Roadhouse area, as low aromatic fuel areas.
Administered by: Prime Minister and Cabinet
Registered 16 Feb 2016
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR22-Feb-2016
Tabled Senate22-Feb-2016

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Low Aromatic Fuel (Designated Areas) (Barkly Region) Instrument 2016

I, Nigel Scullion, Minister for Indigenous Affairs, make the following instrument.

 

Dated     12.2.2016

 

NIGEL SCULLION


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1              Name

                This is the Low Aromatic Fuel (Designated Areas) (Barkly Region) Instrument 2016.

2              Commencement

                (1)  Each provision of this instrument specified in column 1 of the table commences, or is taken to have commenced, in accordance with column 2 of the table. Any other statement in column 2 has effect according to its terms.

 

Commencement information

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Provisions

Commencement

Date/Details

1.  The whole of this instrument

Day after registration on the Federal Register of Legislative Instruments

Note:          This table relates only to the provisions of this instrument as originally made. It will not be amended to deal with any later amendments of this instrument.

                (2)  Any information in column 3 of the table is not part of this instrument. Information may be inserted in this column, or information in it may be edited, in any published version of this instrument. 

 

3              Authority

                This instrument is made under subsection 14(1) of the Low Aromatic Fuel Act 2013.

 

4              Definitions

                In this instrument:

Act means the Low Aromatic Fuel Act 2013.

 

 

 

 

 

5             Designated low aromatic fuel areas

                (1)  For subsection 14(1) of the Act, the area of Tennant Creek, Northern Territory, within the area bounded by geodesic lines connecting the sequential points 1 to 62, then back to point 1, contained in the table below, is designated as a low aromatic fuel area: 

 

 

Latitude

 

 

 

Longitude

 

 

Point No.

Degrees

(°)

Minutes

(')

Seconds

(")

 

Degrees

(°)

Minutes

(')

Seconds

(")

1

-19

37

25.9365

 

134

11

29.3706

2

-19

37

22.4254

 

134

11

29.3719

3

-19

37

24.1807

 

134

11

33.8931

4

-19

37

25.0511

 

134

11

36.2031

5

-19

37

31.0321

 

134

11

51.7862

6

-19

37

23.0863

 

134

11

49.9615

7

-19

37

21.7586

 

134

11

49.8099

8

-19

37

22.3758

 

134

11

55.5058

9

-19

37

26.6934

 

134

12

2.6387

10

-19

37

35.0704

 

134

12

2.2969

11

-19

37

37.7301

 

134

12

9.2291

12

-19

37

40.1916

 

134

12

13.362

13

-19

37

40.7148

 

134

12

19.1435

14

-19

37

44.3222

 

134

12

18.9439

15

-19

37

48.4588

 

134

12

23.0056

16

-19

37

53.9056

 

134

12

26.2545

17

-19

38

27.284

 

134

12

39.8147

18

-19

38

51.1055

 

134

12

49.4972

19

-19

38

57.9435

 

134

13

1.0782

20

-19

39

2.8692

 

134

13

7.1902

21

-19

39

13.4501

 

134

13

27.1615

22

-19

39

20.8474

 

134

13

39.1132

23

-19

39

22.5762

 

134

13

42.4906

24

-19

39

25.0499

 

134

13

42.5372

25

-19

40

7.2055

 

134

13

43.939

26

-19

40

32.8735

 

134

13

42.114

27

-19

40

31.2715

 

134

13

17.015

28

-19

40

43.7013

 

134

12

35.6338

29

-19

40

51.4927

 

134

12

9.7465

30

-19

41

4.7701

 

134

11

25.5267

31

-19

41

15.8664

 

134

10

48.5854

32

-19

41

27.5898

 

134

10

45.0111

33

-19

41

37.3764

 

134

10

45.7421

34

-19

41

43.5089

 

134

10

48.2404

35

-19

41

43.4554

 

134

10

39.2386

36

-19

41

43.4262

 

134

10

33.3978

37

-19

41

25.8148

 

134

10

32.1898

38

-19

41

20.9247

 

134

10

31.5729

39

-19

41

16.1275

 

134

10

30.4026

40

-19

41

11.4807

 

134

10

28.6919

41

-19

41

7.0484

 

134

10

26.4605

42

-19

41

2.8544

 

134

10

23.7352

43

-19

40

58.9665

 

134

10

20.5492

44

-19

40

41.845

 

134

10

4.8748

45

-19

40

22.0776

 

134

9

46.7993

46

-19

40

9.6615

 

134

9

35.4587

47

-19

40

5.0367

 

134

9

31.4748

48

-19

40

0.2113

 

134

9

27.7879

49

-19

39

55.1751

 

134

9

24.4111

50

-19

39

49.9551

 

134

9

21.3546

51

-19

39

44.5635

 

134

9

18.6289

52

-19

39

39.0543

 

134

9

16.2425

53

-19

39

33.4096

 

134

9

14.205

54

-19

39

27.6449

 

134

9

12.526

55

-19

39

21.8093

 

134

9

11.2106

56

-19

39

15.907

 

134

9

10.2593

57

-19

39

9.4098

 

134

9

9.4208

58

-19

37

23.7988

 

134

9

9.3806

59

-19

37

26.9458

 

134

9

44.5948

60

-19

37

28.3209

 

134

10

0.0998

61

-19

37

30.4427

 

134

10

24.095

62

-19

37

36.2303

 

134

11

29.3785

 


 

                (2)  For subsection 14(1) of the Act, the area near the intersection of Stuart Highway and Barkly Highway in the Northern Territory, known locally as Threeways Roadhouse, within the area bounded by geodesic lines connecting the sequential points 1 to 6, then back to point 1, contained in the table below, is designated as a low aromatic fuel area: 

 

 

Latitude

 

 

 

Longitude

 

 

Point No.

Degrees

(°)

Minutes

(')

Seconds

(")

 

Degrees

(°)

Minutes

(')

Seconds

(")

1

-19

26

10.5333

 

134

12

28.3319

2

-19

26

7.6499

 

134

12

31.0892

3

-19

26

8.601

 

134

12

40.3091

4

-19

26

13.4782

 

134

12

39.737

5

-19

26

14.48

 

134

12

30.7132

6

-19

26

14.6675

 

134

12

28.9634

 

 

All geographic coordinates are expressed in terms of the Geocentric Datum of Australia 1994 (GDA94) as described in the Commonwealth of Australia Gazette

GN35 of 6 September 1995, which can be considered equivalent to World Geodetic

System 1984 (WGS84) for this instrument.

 

 

 

 

 

 

                   

 


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