(1) If an approval to operate a primitive camping ground designates one or more camp sites within that ground, then the maximum number of designated camp sites is not to exceed a mean average of 2 for each hectare of the camping ground (where that figure is the average calculated over the total area of the primitive camping ground).
(2) The following conditions apply to a primitive camping ground--(a) if the approval to operate the primitive camping ground designates one or more camp sites within that ground--camping is not permitted within the primitive camping ground other than on those designated camp sites,(b) if the approval to operate the primitive camping ground does not designate one or more camp sites within that ground--the maximum number of caravans, campervans and tents permitted to use the camping ground at any one time is not to exceed a mean average of 2 for each hectare of the camping ground (where that figure is the average calculated over the total area of the primitive camping ground),(c) a caravan, annexe or campervan must not be allowed to be installed closer than 6 metres to any other caravan, annexe, campervan or tent,(d) a tent must not be allowed to be installed closer than 6 metres to any caravan, annexe or campervan or closer than 3 metres to any other tent,(e) the camping ground must be provided with a water supply, toilet and refuse disposal facilities as specified in the approval for the camping ground,(f) unoccupied caravans, campervans and tents are not to be allowed to remain in the camping ground for more than 24 hours,(g) if a fee is charged for camping, a register must be kept that contains entries concerning the same matters as are specified in clause 122 and, in addition, that specifies the size of the group (if any) with whom the person listed in the register camped,(h) such fire fighting facilities as may be specified in the approval are to be provided at the primitive camping ground.
(3) If the approval to operate a primitive camping site does not designate camp sites, a council may impose as a condition of the approval that the installation of tents, caravans, campervans and annexes is not permitted on a particular area or areas of land within the primitive camping ground, for reasons of health or safety or to ensure consistency with the principles of ecologically sustainable development or for any other purpose.
(4) The provisions of Subdivisions 1-8 do not apply to a primitive camping ground.
(5) For the purposes of subclause (2)(b), in the calculation of the number of tents using a camping ground, 2 or more tents occupied by not more than 12 persons camping together as a group are to be counted as only one tent.
(6) The general manager of the council for the area in which a primitive camping ground is located may modify the conditions under this clause as they apply to the camping ground if the general manager is reasonably satisfied that it is necessary to do so for the purposes of accommodating persons who have been displaced because of bush fires.