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IMMI 16/097 Specifications as made
This instrument specifies the kinds of work and the areas of Australia applicable under the definition of specified Subclass 462 work to an applicant wanting to apply for a second Subclass 462 (Work and Holiday) visa.
Administered by: Immigration and Border Protection
Made 16 Nov 2016
Registered 18 Nov 2016
Tabled HR 21 Nov 2016
Tabled Senate 22 Nov 2016


Commonwealth of Australia

Migration Regulations 1994

AREAS OF WORK AND KINDS OF WORK –
SPECIFIED SUBCLASS 462 WORK 2016/097

(regulation 1.15FA)

I, PETER DUTTON, Minister for Immigration and Border Protection, acting under
regulation 1.15FA of the
Migration Regulations 1994 (the Regulations):

  1. SPECIFY  that each location identified by name or postcode in Schedule 1 to this Instrument is a area of Australia for the purposes of the definition of specified Subclass 462 work in regulation 1.03 of the Regulations;
  2. SPECIFY for the purposes of the definition of specified Subclass 462 work in regulation 1.03 of the Regulations, the kinds of work:

a)      in the tourism and hospitality industry—in Schedule 2 to this Instrument; and

b)      in the agriculture industry—in Schedule 3 to this Instrument.

This Instrument, Areas of Work and Kinds of Work – Specified Subclass 462 Work 2016/097, IMMI 16/097, commences immediately after the commencement of the Migration Legislation Amendment (2016 Measures No. 4) Regulation 2016.

Dated: 16 November 2016

Peter Dutton

THE HON PETER DUTTON MP

Minister for Immigration and Border Protection


SCHEDULE 1

AREAS OF THE NORTHERN TERRITORY LIMITED TO THE POSTCODES LISTED BELOW

All postcodes in the Northern Territory

AREAS OF QUEENSLAND LIMITED TO THE POSTCODES LISTED BELOW

4699 to 4707;

4709 to 4712;

4717;

4720 to 4721;

4723 to 4728;

4730;

4732 to 4733;

4735;

4737 to 4746;

4750 to 4751;

4753 to 4754;

4756 to 4757;

4798 to 4800;

4801 to 4812;

4814 to 4825;

4828 to 4830;

4849 to 4850;

4852;

4854 to 4856;

4858 to 4861;

4865;

4868 to 4888;

4890 to 4892; and

4895.

AREAS OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA LIMITED TO THE POSTCODES LISTED BELOW

0872;
6537;

6642;

6646;

6701;

6705;

6707;
6710 to 6714;
6716;
6718;
6720 to 6722;

6725 to 6726;

6728;

6740;

6743;

6751;
6753 to 6754;

6758;

6760;

6762;

6765; and

6770.


SCHEDULE 2

Tourism and Hospitality Industry

Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO) Code

Occupation Title

Alternative Title (s)

Specialisation(s)/ Occupations in not elsewhere classified groups

141999

Accommodation and Hospitality Managers not elsewhere classified

N/A

a)    Backpackers Manager

b)    Boarding House Manager

c)     Casino Duty Manager

d)    Guest House Manager

e)     Hostel Manager

f)     Reception Centre Manager

139911

Arts Administrator or Manager

N/A

a)     Art Gallery Director

b)     Community Arts Centre

c)     Manager

d)     Cultural Centre Manager

431111

Bar Attendant

Bar Steward

N/A

431911

Bar Useful or Busser

a)     Bar Back

b)     Glassie

N/A

431112

Barista

N/A

N/A

141911

Bed and Breakfast Operator

N/A

N/A

452211

Bungy Jump Master

N/A

N/A

141111

Cafe or Restaurant Manager

a)   Food and Beverage Manager

b)   Restaurateur

  i)     Bistro Manager

ii)     Canteen Manager

iii)     Caterer

iv)     Internet Cafe Manager

v)     Mess Supervisor

vi)     Steward (Navy)

431211

Cafe Worker

a)   Cafe Assistant

b)   Cafe Attendant

Canteen Attendant

141211

Caravan Park and Camping Ground Manager

N/A

N/A

731212

Charter and Tour Bus Driver

N/A

Coach Tour Driver

731111

Chauffeur

N/A

a)     Hire Car Driver

b)     Limousine Driver

351311

Chef

N/A

a)    Chef de Partie

b)    Commis Chef

c)     Demi Chef

d)    Second Chef

e)     Sous Chef

811411

Commercial Housekeeper

N/A

N/A

149311

Conference and Event Organiser

Event Management Consultant

a)    Event Planner

b)    Exhibition Organiser

c)     Wedding Coordinator

351411

Cook

N/A

N/A

452311

Diving Instructor (Open Water)

N/A

a)    Dive Master

b)    Scuba Instructor

c)     Snorkelling Instructor

d)    Surface Supply Breathing Apparatus (SSBA) Instructor

431912

Doorperson or Luggage Porter

N/A

N/A

452212

Fishing Guide

N/A

a)    Fly Fishing Guide

b)    Ocean Fishing Guide

224212

Gallery or Museum Curator

N/A

N/A

451411

Gallery or Museum Guide

Gallery or Museum Attendant

N/A

431311

Gaming Worker

Croupier

a)    Casino Gaming Inspector

b)    Gaming Pit Boss

431999

Hospitality Workers not elsewhere classified

N/A

a)    Cloakroom Attendant

b)    Hotel Cellar Hand

c)     Property Steward

d)    Uniform Room Attendant

141311

Hotel or Motel Manager

a)   Hotelier

b)   Publican

  i)     Duty Manager (Hotel)

ii)     Resort Manager

542113

Hotel or Motel Receptionist

N/A

N/A

431411

Hotel Service Manager

Hotel Service Supervisor

a)    Front Office Manager (Hotel)

b)    Head Housekeeper

c)     Head Porter (Hotel)

d)    Hotel Concierge

e)     Hotel Office Manager

452213

Hunting Guide

N/A

N/A

851311

Kitchenhand

Kitchen Steward

a)    Dishwasher

b)    Pantry Attendant

c)     Sandwich Hand

141411

Licensed Club Manager

Club Licensee

a)    Gaming Manager

b)    Nightclub Manager

452214

Mountain or Glacier Guide

N/A

a)    Climbing Guide

b)    Ski Guide

452299

Outdoor Adventure Guides not elsewhere classified

N/A

a)    Caving Guide

b)    Cycle Touring Guide

c)     Horse Trekking Guide

d)    Sea Kayaking Guide

452215

Outdoor Adventure Instructor

Outdoor Adventure Leader

a)    Abseiling Instructor

b)    Adventure Challenge Instructor

c)     Hang-gliding Instructor

d)    Outdoor Education Teacher

e)     Outdoor Pursuits Instructor

f)     Paragliding Instructor

g)     Rock Climbing Instructor

731213

Passenger Coach Driver

N/A

N/A

899921

Ticket Collector or Usher

N/A

N/A

639411

Ticket Seller

N/A

a)     Booking Clerk

b)     Reservations Clerk

451412

Tour Guide

a)   Tour Escort

b)   Tour Leader

Regional Guide

451611

Tourist Information Officer

Tourist Adviser

N/A

149413

Transport Company Manager

N/A

a)    Bus Company Manager

b)    Car Rental Agency Manager

639412

Transport Conductor

N/A

N/A

142116

Travel Agency Manager

N/A

N/A

451799

Travel Attendants not elsewhere classified

N/A

a)    Cabin Steward

b)    Marine Steward

c)     Railway Sleeping Car

d)    Conductor

e)     Railway Steward

451612

Travel Consultant

Travel Agent

a)    Business Travel Consultant

b)    Domestic Travel Consultant

c)     International Travel Consultant

452216

Trekking Guide

Bushwalking Guide

N/A

431511

Waiter

Food and Beverage Attendant

a)    Drink Waiter

b)    Formal Service Waiter

c)     Silver Service Waiter

d)    Sommelier

e)     Wine Steward

452217

Whitewater Rafting Guide

N/A

N/A

361114

Zookeeper

N/A

Aquarist

 


SCHEDULE 3

Agriculture Industry:

1.    Plant and animal cultivation

a)      the harvesting and/or packing of fruit and vegetable crops;

b)      pruning and trimming vines and trees;
Note: This must be the applicants primary employment task and directly associated with the cultivation and commercial sale of plant produce, such as fruit and nut crops (commercial horticultural activities). General garden maintenance is not eligible.

c)      general maintenance crop work;

d)     cultivating or propagating plants, fungi or their products or parts;

e)      immediate processing of plant products;

f)       maintaining animals for the purpose of selling them or their bodily produce, including natural increase;

g)      immediate processing of animal products including shearing, butchery, packing and tanning; and
Note: Secondary processing of animal products, such as small goods processing and retail butchery is not eligible.

h)      manufacturing dairy produce from raw material.

2.    Fishing and pearling

·       conducting operations relating directly to taking or catching fish and other aquatic species; and

·       conducting operations relating directly to taking or culturing pearls or pearl shell.

3.    Tree farming and felling

  • planting or tending trees in a plantation or forest that are intended to be felled;
  • felling trees in a plantation or forest; and
  • transporting trees or parts of trees that were felled in a plantation or forest to the place where they are first to be milled or processed or from which they are to be transported to the place where they are to be milled or processed.