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This instrument introduces a recreational fishing management framework for Cocos (Keeling) Islands (CKI) that takes account of CKI's unique marine ecosystem. The focus of the Ordinance is the sustainable management of the fish resources at CKI for the long-term benefit of the community.
Administered by: Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communications and the Arts
Registered 05 Apr 2022
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR26-Jul-2022
Tabled Senate26-Jul-2022
To be repealed 26 Oct 2022
Repealed by Division 1 of Part 3 of Chapter 3 of the Legislation Act 2003
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Commonwealth Coat of Arms

 

Cocos (Keeling) Islands Applied Laws Amendment (Fish Resources Management) Ordinance 2022

 

Ordinance No. 1, 2022

I, General the Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Retd), Governor‑General of the Commonwealth of Australia, acting with the advice of the Federal Executive Council, make the following Ordinance.

Dated 31 March 2022

David Hurley

Governor‑General

By His Excellency’s Command

Nola Marino

Assistant Minister for Regional Development and Territories
Parliamentary Secretary to the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development

 

 

 

  

  


Contents

1............ Name............................................................................................................................. 1

2............ Commencement............................................................................................................. 1

3............ Authority....................................................................................................................... 1

4............ Schedules...................................................................................................................... 1

Schedule 1—Amendments                                                                                                                          2

Cocos (Keeling) Islands Applied Laws Ordinance 1992                                                               2

 


1  Name

                   This Ordinance is the Cocos (Keeling) Islands Applied Laws Amendment (Fish Resources Management) Ordinance 2022.

2  Commencement

             (1)  Each provision of this Ordinance 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 Ordinance

The day after this Ordinance is registered.

6 April 2022

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

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

3  Authority

                   This Ordinance is made under the Cocos (Keeling) Islands Act 1955.

4  Schedules

                   Each instrument that is specified in a Schedule to this Ordinance is amended or repealed as set out in the applicable items in the Schedule concerned, and any other item in a Schedule to this Ordinance has effect according to its terms.

Schedule 1Amendments

  

Cocos (Keeling) Islands Applied Laws Ordinance 1992

1  After section 3

Insert:

4  Rules—fish resources management

             (1)  The Minister may, by legislative instrument, make rules:

                     (a)  so as to amend Part 15A of Schedule 1 to this Ordinance; or

                     (b)  to make application, saving or transitional provision in relation to such amendments.

             (2)  To avoid doubt, the rules may not do the following:

                     (a)  create an offence or civil penalty;

                     (b)  provide powers of:

                              (i)  arrest or detention; or

                             (ii)  entry, search or seizure;

                     (c)  impose a tax.

             (3)  Before making rules under this section, the Minister must consult with an advisory committee established under section 42 of the Fish Resources Management Act 1994 (WA) as it applies in the Territory.

2  After Part 14 of Schedule 1

Insert:

Part 15Fish Resources Management Act 1994 (WA) (CKI)

1  At the end of section 42

Add:

             (4)  The Minister of the Commonwealth who administers this Act as in force in the Territory:

                     (a)  must, as soon as practicable after the commencement of this subsection, establish an advisory committee under subsection (1); and

                     (b)  despite subsection (3), ensure that at least one such committee is established at any time.

Part 15AFish Resources Management Regulations 1995 (WA) (CKI)

1  Subregulation 3(1) (definition of day trip)

Repeal the definition, substitute:

day trip means a voyage undertaken by a person on a boat, except a voyage which has taken place over more than one day;

2  Subregulation 3(1) (definition of one day)

Repeal the definition, substitute:

one day means a period of 24 hours commencing at midnight;

3  Regulation 14

Repeal the regulation, substitute:

14  Finfish to be landed as whole fish, or as fish trunks or fillets

             (1)  A person must not be in possession of a finfish on a boat or bring a finfish onto land unless it is:

                     (a)  a whole fish; or

                     (b)  a fish trunk that has the skin and scales attached; or

                     (c)  a fillet that:

                              (i)  has the skin and scales attached; and

                             (ii)  is packaged flat; and

                            (iii)  is packaged so that it is easily accessible for identification; and

                            (iv)  if the fish is frozen—can be measured and identified without being thawed.

Penalty:  a fine of $3,000 and the penalty provided in section 222 of the Act.

             (2)  Subregulation (1) does not apply to:

                     (a)  finfish taken for a commercial purpose in accordance with an authorisation; or

                     (b)  finfish on a boat if the finfish is:

                              (i)  being consumed; or

                             (ii)  prepared, or being prepared, for immediate consumption by persons on the boat.

4  Regulations 16D, 16DB, 16E, 16GA, 22 and 22AA

Repeal the regulations.

5  Subregulation 31(1)

Repeal the subregulation.

6  Subregulation 31(2) (penalty)

Omit “$5 000”, substitute “$3,000”.

7  Subregulation 31(3)

Repeal the subregulation.

8  Subregulation 31(4)

Omit “or (3)”.

9  Paragraphs 32(1)(b) and (c)

Repeal the paragraphs, substitute:

                     (b)  in the case of a pot set or pulled from a licensed fishing boat—is marked by branding or stamping with legible characters not less than 60 mm high and not less than 10 mm wide showing the licensed fishing boat number of the boat.

10  Paragraph 36(1)(b)

Repeal the paragraph.

11  Subregulation 36(2B)

Repeal the subregulation.

12  Regulation 37

Repeal the regulation, substitute:

37  Offences against r.36, defences for

                   In any proceedings for an offence against regulation 36(1)(c), it is a defence for the person charged to prove that the person did not know and could not reasonably have known that 6 rock lobster pots had already been pulled by persons on board the boat in the relevant period.

13  Regulation 42

Repeal the regulation.

14  At the end of Division 6 of Part 4

Add:

46  Areas of Cocos (Keeling) Islands closed to fishing for certain species

             (1)  A person must not fish for Humphead Maori Wrasse (Ikan Hijau) in the waters in the area described in clause 1 of Schedule 2A.

Penalty:  a fine of $3,000 and the penalty provided in section 222 of the Act.

             (2)  A person must not fish for gong gong in:

                     (a)  the waters in the northern closure area described in clause 2 of Schedule 2A; or

                     (b)  the waters in the central closure area described in clause 3 of Schedule 2A; or

                     (c)  the waters in the southern closure area described in clause 4 of Schedule 2A.

Penalty:  a fine of $3,000 and the penalty provided in section 222 of the Act.

15  Regulation 64AA

Repeal the regulation.

16  At the end of Division 8 of Part 4

Add:

64AB  Fish at Cocos (Keeling) Islands Airport

             (1)  The following requirements apply to the possession of fish by a person in the area of Cocos (Keeling) Islands Airport:

                     (a)  the maximum quantity of fish that a person may possess is:

                              (i)  for fish other than gong or kima clam—5 kg; and

                             (ii)  for gong gong—2 kg; and

                            (iii)  for kima clam—2 kg;

                     (b)  if the fish is finfish, it must:

                              (i)  have the skin attached; and

                             (ii)  be packaged flat;

                     (c)  the fish must be packaged so that it is easily accessible for identification;

                     (d)  if the fish is frozen, it must be able to be identified without being thawed.

             (2)  A person in the area of Cocos (Keeling) Islands Airport must not have any fish in the person’s possession that does not meet the requirements of subregulation (1).

Penalty:  a fine of $3,000 and the penalty provided in section 222 of the Act.

             (3)  It is a defence in proceedings for an offence against subregulation (2) for the person charged to prove that:

                     (a)  the fish were taken for a commercial purpose in accordance with an authorisation; or

                     (b)  the fish were kept, bred, hatched, cultured or harvested in accordance with an aquaculture licence; or

                     (c)  the fish were taken under an authority to fish for scientific purposes issued under regulation 178.

             (4)  In this regulation:

area of Cocos (Keeling) Islands Airport means lots 341 and 348 on Deposited Plan 42274.

17  Subregulation 64E(3)

Repeal the subregulation (not including the penalty).

18  Subparagraph 64F(1)(b)(i)

Omit “60”, substitute “100”.

19  Subparagraph 64F(1)(b)(iv)

Repeal the subparagraph.

20  Subregulation 64F(2)

Repeal the subregulation, substitute:

             (2)  The mesh of a fishing net referred to in subregulation (1)(b)(v) must be not less than 50 mm or more than 114 mm.

21  After regulation 64G

Insert:

64GA  Use of set or haul fishing net

             (1)  A person who fishes using a set or haul fishing net must:

                     (a)  attend that net; and

                     (b)  clear it of fish at intervals of not more than one hour.

Penalty:  $2,000.

             (2)  In this regulation:

attend, in respect of a net, means to be within 100 m of the net.

22  At the end of Division 2 of Part 4A

Add:

64LA  Spearfishing using breathing apparatus prohibited

                   A person must not fish with a spear or spear gun while using compressed air breathing apparatus.

Penalty:  a fine of $3,000 and the penalty provided in section 222 of the Act.

23  At the end of Division 4 of Part 4A

Add:

64U  Set and haul net fishing prohibited in Northern Lagoon, West Island

                   A person must not set a net or use a haul net in the Northern Lagoon of West Island, inside of a line drawn between 12°10.723′S, 096°49.790′E and 12°10.446′S, 096°49.922′E.

Penalty:  a fine of $3,000 and the penalty provided in section 222 of the Act.

24  Subparagraph 64W(1)(b)(i)

Omit “in accordance with regulation 16D(1) Table items 1, 2 and 4”.

25 Paragraph 64W(1)(c)

Repeal the paragraph.

26  Regulation 64X

Repeal the regulation, substitute:

64X  Counting pieces of fish for bag limits

                   For the purpose of determining the number of fish in relation to a bag limit:

                     (a)  2 pieces of finfish are taken to be equivalent to one whole finfish; and

                     (b)  a piece of clam meat is taken to be equivalent to a whole clam; and

                     (c)  a piece of gong gong meat is taken to be equivalent to a whole gong gong.

27  Division 2 of Part 4B

Repeal the Division, substitute:

Division 2Bag limits for Territory

64Y  Territory bag limits

             (1)  For the purposes of section 50 of the Act, the quantity of fish appearing under the heading “Species, or group of species, bag limit” in a Part of Schedule 3 is the bag limit in respect of fish of that species or group of species in the Territory.

             (2)  The bag limits set out in Schedule 3 do not apply in relation to a person if the person takes fish:

                     (a)  from waters within 3 nautical miles of land; and

                     (b)  during a period the person has notified in accordance with subregulations (3) and (4) to an advisory committee established under section 42 of the Act.

             (3)  The person must give notice of the period during which the person intends to fish (the fishing period) at least 1 month before the day the period starts.

             (4)  The fishing period must be wholly within one of the following periods:

                     (a)  the Ceremony of Death month (Bulan Arwah) (but the maximum duration of the fishing period is 2 weeks);

                     (b)  the period of 2 weeks immediately before the day that Ramadan starts;

                     (c)  the period of 1 week immediately before Hari Maulad Nabi (Prophet Mohammad’s Birthday);

                     (d)  the period of 1 week immediately before the day of Islamic New Year;

                     (e)  the period of 1 month immediately before the day of the wedding of a member of the Cocos Malay community that is to take place in the Territory;

                      (f)  the period of 1 month immediately before the day the circumcision of a member of the Cocos Malay community in the Territory is to be celebrated.

64Z  Report on fishing period

             (1)  A person who gave notice to an advisory committee under regulation 64Y of a period that the person intended to fish must give the advisory committee a report on the fishing that the person undertook during the period.

             (2)  The report must include, for each day during the period, the species of fish taken by the person and the number of fish of each species.

             (3)  The report must be given to the advisory committee no later than 2 weeks after the last day of the fishing period.

28  Subregulation 117(1)

After “current fishing boat licence”, insert “granted under regulation 118 as it applies in the Territory”.

29  At the end of subregulation 121(1)

Add “granted under regulation 122 as it applies in the Territory”.

30  At the end of regulation 121

Add:

             (3)  The Minister may exempt an individual from subregulation (2), and any other provision of these regulations that would prevent the sale of fish taken by recreational fishing.

             (4)  The Minister may not exempt more than 7 individuals at any time.

             (5)  An exemption given by the Minister under subregulation (3) only applies:

                     (a)  in relation to fish taken from waters within 3 nautical miles of land; and

                     (b)  in relation to the sale of those fish to a purchaser within the Territory.

31  Division 2 of Part 11

Repeal the Division.

32  Regulation 156 (table)

After “45(2),”, insert “46(1), 46(2),”.

33  Regulation 156 (table)

After “64AA(2B),”, insert “64AB, 64LA, 64U,”.

34  Part 1 of Schedule 2

Omit:

 Billfish (marlins, sailfish and spearfish).

35  Part 1 of Schedule 2

Omit “and Rays, other than sharks or rays that are totally protected fish”.

36  Part 2 of Schedule 2

Repeal the Part, substitute:

Part 2Totally protected fish

Division 1Protected by reference to characteristics

 

Totally protected fish—protected by reference to characteristics

Item

Description of totally protected fish

1

Female crab with eggs or spawn attached beneath its body

2

Female rock lobster with eggs or spawn attached beneath its body

3

Gong gong that do not have fully formed and closed spines

Division 2Protected by reference to length

 

Totally protected fish—protected by reference to length

Item

A fish of the following class…

…is a totally protected fish if its length is less than…

1

Bonefish

40 centimetres

2

Coronation Trout

35 centimetres

3

Coral Trout

35 centimetres

4

Emperor, Yellowlip

40 centimetres

5

Humphead Maori Wrasse (Ikan Hijau)

65 centimetres

6

Parrotfish, Humphead

65 centimetres

7

Rock Lobster

10 centimetres

8

Silveries

20 centimetres

Division 3Other protected species

 

Totally protected fish—other protected species

Item

Description of totally protected fish

1

Clam, Giant

2

Cod, Potato

3

Cod, White Banded

4

Coral and Live Rock

5

Groper, Queensland

6

Rays

37  Part 3 of Schedule 2

Repeal the Part, substitute:

Part 3Recreationally protected fish

  

Note:       This Part is reserved for future use.

38  After Schedule 2

Insert:

Schedule 2ACocos (Keeling) Islands areas

Note:       See regulation 46.

1  Humphead Maori Wrasse closure area

                   The area of waters closed to fishing for Humphead Maori Wrasse (Ikan Hijau) is the area bounded by the line starting at the point described in item 1 of the following table and running sequentially as described in the table.

 

Area closed to fishing for Humphead Maori Wrasse (Ikan Hijau)

Item

Description

1

The point 12°05.778′S, 096°48.959′E

2

East along the parallel of latitude 12°05.778′S to its intersection by the meridian of longitude 096°50.508′E

3

Southerly along the geodesic to the point 12°07.498′S, 096°50.516′E

4

Westerly along the geodesic to the point 12°07.494′S, 096°48.963′E

5

Northerly along the geodesic to the starting point

2  Northern gong gong closure area

                   The area of waters closed to fishing for gong gong is the area bounded by the line starting at the point described in item 1 of the following table and running sequentially as described in the table.

 

Area closed to fishing for gong gong—northern area

Item

Description

1

The point 12°07.314′S, 096°53.032′E

2

East along the parallel of latitude 12°07.314′S to its intersection by the meridian of longitude 096°53.638′E

3

Southerly along the geodesic to the point 12°07.860′S, 096°53.635′E

4

Westerly along the geodesic to the point 12°07.858′S, 096°53.037′E

5

Northerly along the geodesic to the starting point

3  Central gong gong closure area

                   The area of waters closed to fishing for gong gong is the area bounded by the line starting at the point described in item 1 of the following table and running sequentially as described in the table.

 

Area closed to fishing for gong gong—central area

Item

Description

1

The point 12°08.739′S, 096°53.559′E

2

East along the parallel of latitude 12°08.739′S to its intersection by the meridian of longitude 096°54.160′E

3

Southerly along the geodesic to the point 12°09.285′S, 096°54.151′E

4

West along the parallel of latitude 12°09.285′S to its intersection by the meridian of longitude 096°53.556′E

5

Northerly along the geodesic to the starting point

4  Southern gong gong closure area

                   The area of waters closed to fishing for gong gong is the area bounded by the line starting at the point described in item 1 of the following table and running sequentially as described in the table.

 

Area closed to fishing for gong gong—southern area

Item

Description

1

The point 12°10.454′S, 96°53.405′E

2

Easterly along the geodesic to the point 12°10.449′S, 96°53.990′E

3

Southerly along the geodesic to the point 12°11.003′S, 96°53.987′E

4

Westerly along the geodesic to the point 12°11.000′S, 96°53.402′E

5

Northerly along the geodesic to the starting point

39  Schedule 3

Repeal the Schedule, substitute:

Schedule 3Bag limits

Note:       See regulation 64Y.

Part 1Pelagic species

  

Bag limits for pelagic species

Item

Fish

Species, or group of species, bag limit

1

Barracuda

4

2

Billfish and Swordfish

4

3

Dolphinfish (Mahi Mahi)

4

4

Tuna (all species except Dogtooth Tuna)

4

5

Tuna, Dogtooth

1

6

Wahoo

4

7

All species in items 1 to 6, combined

4

Part 2Demersal species

  

Bag limits for demersal species

Item

Fish

Species, or group of species, bag limit

1

Bonefish

4

2

Cod (Groupers) (except totally protected species)

16

3

Coral Trout

4

4

Coronation Trout

4

5

Humphead Maori Wrasse (Ikan Hijau)

1

6

Parrotfish (except Humphead Parrotfish)

16

7

Parrotfish, Humphead

1

8

Sepat, Red and Black

16

9

Snappers and Emperors

16

10

Trevally

16

11

All species in items 1 to 10, combined

16

Part 3Lagoon species

  

Bag limits for lagoon species

Item

Fish

Species, or group of species, bag limit

1

All of the following:

(a) Milkfish;

(b) Mullet, Diamond Scale;

(c) Mullet, Sea

40

2

Silveries

30

Part 4Crustaceans and molluscs

  

Bag limits for crustaceans and molluscs

Item

Fish

Species, or group of species, bag limit

1

Clams (except Giant Clam)

80

2

Crab, Mud

2

3

Gong Gong

100

4

Rock Lobster

10

40  Schedule 4

Repeal the Schedule, substitute:

Schedule 4Categories of Fish

Note:       See regulation 180.

Part 1Category 1 fish

  

Category 1 fish

Item

Type of fish

1

Billfish

2

Bonefish

3

Clams

4

Cod, Potato

5

Cod, White Banded

6

Coral

7

Coral Trout

8

Coronation Trout

9

Crab, Mud

10

Dolphinfish (Mahi Mahi)

11

Gong Gong

12

Groper, Queensland

13

Humphead Maori Wrasse (Ikan Hijau)

14

Live Rock

15

Parrotfish, Humphead

16

Rays

17

Rock Lobster

18

Sharks

19

Swordfish

20

Tuna (all species)

21

Wahoo

Part 2Category 2 fish

  

Category 2 fish

Item

Type of fish

1

Cod (Groupers) (except species listed as category 1 fish)

2

Emperors

3

Parrotfish (except Humphead Parrotfish)

4

Sepat, Red and Black

5

Snappers

6

Trevally

Part 3Category 3 fish

  

Category 3 fish

Item

Type of fish

1

Milkfish

2

Mullet, Diamond Scale

3

Mullet, Sea

4

Silveries

Part 4Category 4 fish

  

Category 4 fish

Item

Type of fish

1

Any species of fish not specified in this Schedule to be category 1 fish, category 2 fish or category 3 fish

41  Schedule 7

Repeal the Schedule, substitute:

Schedule 7List of common and scientific names

Note:       See subregulation 3(2).

  

  

Common and scientific names of fish

Item

Common name

Scientific name

1

Barracuda

Sphyraena spp.

2

Billfish

Family Istiophoridae

3

Bonefish

Albula spp.

4

Clam, Giant

Tridacna gigas

5

Clam, Kima

Tridacna maxima

6

Clams

Tridacna spp.

7

Cod (Groupers)

Family Epinephelidae

8

Cod, Potato

Epinephelus tukula

9

Cod, White Banded

Anyperodon leucogrammicus

10

Coral

Class Anthozoa and Class Hydrozoa

11

Coral Trout

Plectropomus spp.

12

Coronation Trout

Variola spp.

13

Crab, Mud

Scylla spp.

14

Dolphinfish (Mahi Mahi)

Coryphaena spp.

15

Emperor, Yellowlip

Lethrinus xanthochilus

16

Emperors

Family Lethrinidae

17

Gong Gong

Lambis spp. and Harpago chiragra

18

Groper, Queensland

Epinephelus lanceolatus

19

Humphead Maori Wrasse (Ikan Hijau)

Cheilinus undulatus

20

Live Rock

Family Corallinaceae, Class Polychaeta, Class Crinoidea, Class Ascidiacea, Class Ophiuroidea, Phylum Bryozoa and Phylum Porifera and dead fish of Class Anthozoa and Class Hydrozoa

21

Milkfish

Chanos chanos

22

Mullet, Diamond Scale

Liza vaigiensis

23

Mullet, Sea

Mugil cephalus

24

Parrotfish

Subfamily Scarinae

25

Parrotfish, Humphead

Bolbometopon muricatum

26

Rays

Superorder Batoidea

27

Rock Lobster

Panulirus spp.

28

Sepat, Red and Black

Families Berycidae and Bramidae

29

Sharks

Orders Squatiniformes, Pristiophoriformes, Squaliformes, Hexanchiformes, Carcharhiniformes, Lamniformes, Orectolobiformes and Heterodontiformes

30

Shark, Whale

Rhincodon typus

31

Silveries

Gerres spp.

32

Snappers

Family Lutjanidae

33

Swordfish

Family Xiphiidae

34

Trevally

Family Carangidae

35

Tuna, Albacore

Thunnus alelunga

36

Tuna, Bigeye

Thunnus obesus

37

Tuna, Dogtooth

Gymnosarda unicolor

38

Tuna, Longtail

Thunnus tonggol

39

Tuna, Skipjack

Katsuwonus pelamis

40

Tuna, Southern Bluefin

Thunnus maccoyii

41

Tuna, Yellowfin

Thunnus albacares

42

Wahoo

Acanthocybium solandri

42  Schedule 9

Repeal the Schedule, substitute:

Schedule 9Determining the value of fish

Note:       See regulation 157.

  

  

Value of fish species

Item

Species of fish

Value per unit of weight ($/kg)

Value per fish ($)

1

Barracuda

2.00

10.00

2

Billfish

2.00

100.00

3

Bonefish

8.00

24.00

4

Clam, Giant

10.00

100.00

5

Clams (except Giant Clam) (shucked)

60.00

5.00

6

Clams (except Giant Clam) (whole)

25.00

5.00

7

Cod (Groupers) (except species listed separately)

9.50

38.00

8

Cod, Potato

10.00

100.00

9

Cod, White Banded

10.00

100.00

10

Coral and Live Rock

80.00

11

Coral Trout

10.00

100.00

12

Coronation Trout

8.00

24.00

13

Crab, Mud

25.00

14.00

14

Dolphinfish (Mahi Mahi)

2.00

4.00

15

Emperors

8.00

24.00

16

Gong Gong (shucked)

60.00

3.00

17

Gong Gong (whole)

25.00

3.00

18

Groper, Queensland

10.00

100.00

19

Humphead Maori Wrasse (Ikan Hijau)

25.00

100.00

20

Milkfish

4.50

3.00

21

Mullet, Diamond Scale

4.50

3.00

22

Mullet, Sea

4.50

3.00

23

Parrotfish (except Humphead Parrotfish)

6.00

12.00

24

Parrotfish, Humphead

25.00

100.00

25

Rock Lobster

30.00

15.00

26

Sepat, Red and Black

8.00

24.00

27

Sharks and Rays (except Whale Shark)

6.00

90.00

28

Shark, Whale

10.00

500.00

29

Silveries

4.50

3.00

30

Snappers

8.00

24.00

31

Swordfish

2.00

100.00

32

Trevally

3.50

8.00

33

Tuna, Dogtooth

5.00

25.00

34

Tuna (except Dogtooth Tuna)

2.00

20.00

35

Wahoo

7.00

28.00

36

All fish not otherwise listed in this Schedule

1.00

1.00

43  Schedule 12 (table headed “Part 2—Regulations”, item 4)

After “41,”, insert “46,”.

44  Schedule 12 (table headed “Part 2—Regulations”, item 4)

After “64E,”, insert “64GA, 64LA,”.

45  Schedule 12 (table headed “Part 2—Regulations”, item 4)

After “64QA,”, insert “64U,”.

46  At the end of Schedule 15

Add:

5  Zone 5: Cocos (Keeling) Islands

                   The Territory

3  Schedule 4

Omit “Fisheries Act 1905 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)”.