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PUBLIC BATHS AND PUBLIC BATHING AMENDMENT REGULATION 2014 (NO 1) (NO 7 OF 2014)
THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY FOR THE
AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY
PUBLIC BATHS AND PUBLIC BATHING AMENDMENT
REGULATION 2014 (NO 1)
SUBORDINATE LAW SL2014-7
Circulated by the authority of
Andrew Barr MLA
Minister for Sport and Recreation
The Public Baths and Public Bathing Act 1956 (the Act) regulates the
management, administration and conduct of persons involved in and participating
with public baths and public bathing areas in the Territory.
The Act provides, under subsection 6(1), that the Minster may establish and maintain such baths and swimming pools for the use of the public. Subsection 6(2) allows the Minister to make regulations declaring any baths or swimming pools so established to be public baths. The current public baths are declared under the Public Baths and Public Bathing Regulation 1966 (the Regulation).
Human Rights Implications
There are no human rights implications as a result of the Public Baths and
Public Bathing Amendment Regulation 2014 (No 1).
Notes on clauses
Amends section 3 of the Public Baths and Public Bathing Regulation
1966 to remove the public baths known as Macquarie Swimming Pool and Phillip
Swimming Pool, as these baths are no longer Territory assets.
New regulation subsections 3(d) and (e) declare the baths located in the complexes known as Lakeside Leisure Centre and the Gungahlin Leisure Centre as public baths for the purposes of the Public Baths and Public Bathing Act 1956.