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HARBORS AND NAVIGATION REGULATIONS 2009 - SCHEDULE 5

Schedule 5—Restricted areas

Part 1—Identification of restricted areas

1—Identification of restricted areas

Note—

Unless the contrary intention appears, the maps in this Schedule are provided for convenience of reference only.

Angas Inlet

The portion of Angas Inlet that is bounded as follows:

commencing at a point where median high water mark on Torrens Island intersects the line of buoys, then south-east along the line of buoys to a point where median high water on Garden Island intersects the line of buoys, then south-west along median high water mark to the Causeway, then north-west along median high water mark to Torrens Island, then north-east along median high water mark to the point of commencement.

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Ardrossan

Area 1 : the area of the sea at Ardrossan extending for 30 m north and south of the Ausbulk jetty centre line and its production westerly, 30 m east and west of the Ausbulk jetty crosshead centre line, and 30 m from the intersections of that centre line with the north and south ends of the Ausbulk jetty crosshead.

Area 2 : the area of the sea at Ardrossan bounded as follows:

        •         on the east by a straight line commencing at the intersection of the south-west side of the town jetty and high water mark and drawn in a south-easterly direction toward the north-east corner of the Ausbulk jetty crosshead: to a point where it intersects with a straight line 30 m west of and parallel to the Ausbulk jetty crosshead centre line and its production northerly;

        •         on the south by a straight line 30 m north and parallel to the Ausbulk jetty centre line and its production westerly;

        •         on the west and north-west by high water mark.

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Balgowan

Area 1 : the portion of the sea at Balgowan bounded as follows:

        •         on the north-west by a straight line joining Point Warrenne with a point being the intersection of the high water mark and the prolongation seaward of the northern boundary of Section 286, Hundred of Kilkerran;

        •         on the south and east by the high water mark.

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Area 2 : the portion of the sea at Balgowan bounded as follows:

        •         on the west by a straight line joining Point Warrenne with a point being 100 m west of the high water mark on the prolongation seaward of the southern boundary of Welfare Road, Township of Balgowan, Hundred of Kilkerran;

        •         on the south by a straight line commencing at high water mark and extending seaward for 100 m along the prolongation of the southern boundary of Welfare Road, Township of Balgowan, Hundred of Kilkerran;

        •         on the east by the high water mark.

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Black Point

The portion of the sea at Black Point bounded as follows:

        •         on the north-west by a straight line commencing 50 m north-west of the boat ramp and extending seaward (north-easterly) for 100 m from the high water mark;

        •         on the south-east by a straight line parallel to the north-east boundary and extending 100 m seaward from the high water mark at Black Point;

        •         on the north-east by a straight line 100 m from, and parallel to, the high water mark, and joining the seaward extremities of the north-west and south-east boundaries;

        •         on the south-west by the high water mark.

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Blackfellows' Caves

Area 1 : the portion of the sea at Blackfellows' Caves bounded as follows:

        •         on the south-east by the north-west boundary of section 621, Hundred of Kongorong;

        •         on the north-east by a straight line being the prolongation north-westerly of the north-east edge of the boat ramp for a distance of 10 m seawards from the aforesaid south-east boundary;

        •         on the south-west by a straight line extending south-easterly from the south extremity of the centre line of the reef to intersect the aforesaid south-east boundary at right angles;

        •         on the north-west by a straight line joining the north-west extremities of the aforesaid south-west and north-east boundaries.

Area 2 : the portion of the sea at Blackfellows' Caves bounded as follows:

        •         on the south-west, west and north-west by the centre line of the reef;

        •         on the north-east by ordinary high water mark;

        •         on the south-east by the north-west and north-east boundaries of Area 1 and the north-west boundary of Section 621, Hundred of Kongorong.

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Blanchetown

Area 1 : The portion of the River Murray at Blanchetown delineated in bold on the plan below:

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Area 2 : the portion of the River Murray at Blanchetown bounded as follows:

        •         on the north by the northern alignment of the Sturt Highway road bridge;

        •         on the south by the northern alignment of Lock No 1;

        •         on the east and west by the river edge.

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Brighton

Area 1 : the portion of the waters of Gulf St. Vincent bounded as follows:

        •         on the north by a straight line being the north boundary of the City of Brighton adjoining the sea coast and its production seaward;

        •         on the south by a straight line being the production seaward of the north alignment of Whyte Street;

        •         on the east by high water mark;

        •         on the west by a line approximately 100 m seaward of and parallel to low water mark.

Area 2 : the portion of the waters of Gulf St. Vincent bounded as follows:

        •         on the north by a straight line being the production seaward of the south alignment of Harrow Road;

        •         on the south by a straight line extending seaward of high water mark and being 200 m north of and parallel to the north alignment of Gladstone Road;

        •         on the east by high water mark;

        •         on the west by a line approximately 100 m seaward of and parallel to low water mark.

Area 3 : the portion of the waters of Gulf St. Vincent bounded as follows:

        •         on the north by a straight line being the production seaward of the south alignment of Downing Street;

        •         on the south by a straight line being the production seaward of the south alignment of Cambridge Terrace;

        •         on the east by high water mark;

        •         on the west by a line approximately 100 m seaward of and parallel to low water mark.

Area 4 : the portion of the waters of Gulf St. Vincent bounded as follows:

        •         on the north by a straight line being the production seaward of the north alignment of Oleander Street;

        •         on the south by a straight line extending seaward of high water mark and being 200 m north of the centre of the boat ramp at Maitland Terrace and parallel to the north alignment of Maitland Terrace;

        •         on the east by high water mark;

        •         on the west by a line approximately 100 m seaward of and parallel to low water mark.

Area 5 : the portion of the waters of Gulf St. Vincent bounded as follows:

        •         on the north by a straight line extending seaward form the south extremity of the Seacliff Surf Life Saving Club building;

        •         on the south by a straight line, being the south boundary of the City of Brighton adjoining the sea coast, and its production seaward;

        •         on the east by high water mark;

        •         on the west by a line approximately 100 m seaward of and parallel to low water mark.

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Bucks Bay

The portion of the sea at Bucks Bay bounded as follows:

        •         on the north-west by a straight line joining the south-east corner of the toilet block adjacent to the southern access road to the beach and the north-west extremity of the promontory forming the southern limit of the bay, the line being further defined by 2 yellow marker posts, the first post on the northern side of the junction of the access road with the beach, the second post being on the north-west extremity of the promontory;

        •         on the south and east by High Water Mark.

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Caloote Landing

Area 1 : the portion of the River Murray near Caloote Landing bounded as follows:

        •         on the west by the river edge;

        •         on the north, east and south by lines of spherical marker buoys being flame orange in colour, the south boundary being a distance of 15 m north of the boat ramp.

Area 2 : the portion of the River Murray near Caloote Landing bounded as follows:

        •         on the south by a straight line being the prolongation easterly of the most southerly boundary of Section 799, Hundred of Finniss for a distance of 30 m easterly from the river edge;

        •         on the east by a straight line at right angles to the aforesaid south boundary commencing at its east extremity and extending to intersect the river edge;

        •         on the west by the river edge.

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Christies Beach

The portion of the waters of Gulf St. Vincent bounded as follows:

        •         on the north by a line parallel to and 430 m north of the prolongation in a straight line of the northern boundary of Margaret Street, Christies Beach;

        •         on the south by a line parallel to and 230 m north of the prolongation in a straight line of the northern boundary of Margaret Street, Christies Beach;

        •         on the west by a line parallel to and 650 m west of the high water mark;

        •         on the east by the high water mark.

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Clayton Bay

The portion of the lower River Murray at Clayton bounded as follows:

        •         on the north by a straight line, marked by flame orange spherical buoys, being the prolongation westerly of the north boundary of Lot 94 in Deposited Plan No 9225 Section 447, Hundred of Alexandrina for a distance of 30 m westerly from the edge of the water;

        •         on the south by a straight line, marked by flame orange spherical buoys, being the prolongation westerly of the north boundary of Lot 97 in Deposited Plan No 9225 Section 447, Hundred of Alexandrina for a distance of 30 m westerly from the edge of the water;

        •         on the south-west by a straight line joining the west extremities of the aforesaid north and south boundaries;

        •         on the north-east by the edge of the water.

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Currency Creek

All the waters of Currency Creek bounded as follows:

        •         on the west by the causeway on the Goolwa to Strathalbyn Road;

        •         on the south-east by a line joining the south-west corner of Section 330, Hundred of Goolwa to the south-east corner of Section 2338, Hundred of Nangkita.

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East Wellington

The portion of the East Wellington Recreation Lake delineated in bold on the plan below:

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Fisherman Bay

The portion of the waters of Fisherman Bay delineated in bold on the plan below:

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Fleurieu Reef

The portion of the waters of Gulf St. Vincent off the coast of Wirrina Cove bounded by a circle of radius 0.5 of a nautical mile centred on a point at latitude 35° 28.9′ south, longitude 138° 09.5′ east.

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Forbys Island

The portion of the River Murray (near Loxton) between Forbys Island and the south-west edge of the river, marked by flame orange spherical buoys.

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Glenelg

Area 1: the portion of the waters of Gulf St. Vincent at Glenelg bounded as follows:

        •         commencing at a point being the production seaward of the northern alignment of Anderson Avenue, Glenelg North, for a distance of 200 metres from the low water mark;

        •         then generally southerly along a line 200 metres from and parallel to the low water mark to the intersection of a line between the St. Andrews Cross navigational marker at Latitude 34°58′01.08″S, Longitude 138°30′28.92″E and the West Cardinal navigational marker at Latitude 34°58′01.08″S, Longitude 138°30′11.28″E;

        •         then generally easterly along that line to the St. Andrews Cross navigational marker;

        •         then generally southerly to the Port hand navigational marker at Latitude 34°58′28.11″S, Longitude 138°30′33.94″E;

        •         then generally easterly to the intersection of the low water mark on the northern breakwater;

        •         then generally northerly along the low water mark to the production of the northern alignment of Anderson Avenue;

        •         then generally westerly to the point of commencement.

Area 2: the portion of the waters of Gulf St. Vincent at Glenelg bounded as follows:

        •         commencing at a point being the production seaward of the northern alignment of Yarrum Grove, Glenelg South, for a distance of 200 metres from the low water mark;

        •         then generally northerly along a line 200 metres from and parallel to the low water mark to the Port hand navigational marker at Latitude 34°58′22.07″S, Longitude 138°30′28.30″E;

        •         then generally south-easterly to the Port hand navigational marker at Latitude 34°58′28.11″S, Longitude 138°30′33.94″E;

        •         then generally easterly to the intersection of the low water mark on the northern breakwater;

        •         then generally easterly, southerly and north-westerly along the low water mark around the Holdfast Shores Marina and the southern breakwater;

        •         then generally southerly along the low water mark to the production of the northern alignment of Yarrum Grove;

        •         then generally westerly to the point of commencement.

Area 3: the portion of the waters of Gulf St. Vincent at Glenelg bounded as follows:

        •         commencing on the north approximately 150 metres from the high water mark of the coast to the St. Andrews Cross navigational marker at Latitude 34°58′01.08″S, Longitude 138°30′28.92″E and extending seaward in a westerly direction for approximately 450 metres to the West Cardinal navigational marker at Latitude 34°58′01.08″S, Longitude 138°30′11.28″E;

        •         on the west by a straight line drawn in a generally southerly direction from Latitude 34°58′01.08″S, Longitude 138°30′11.28″E, to the West Cardinal navigational marker at Latitude 34°58′13.14″S, Longitude 138°30′16.92″E, then south-easterly to the Port hand navigational marker at Latitude 34°58′22.07″S, Longitude 138°30′28.30″E;

        •         then continuing from Latitude 34°58′22.07″S, Longitude 138°30′28.30″E in a south-easterly direction to the Port hand navigational marker at Latitude 34°58′28.11″S, Longitude 138°30′33.94″E;

        •         on the east by a straight line drawn in a generally northerly direction and approximately parallel to the shore from Latitude 34°58′28.11″S, Longitude 138°30′33.94″E to the point of commencement at the St. Andrews Cross navigational marker at Latitude 34°58′01.08″S, Longitude 138°30′28.92″E.

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Glenelg River

All the waters of the Glenelg River within the State.

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Goolwa

Area 1 : the portion of the River Murray at Goolwa bounded as follows:

        •         on the west by a straight line being the prolongation northerly of the western boundary of Section 476, Hundred of Nangkita, Hindmarsh Island;

        •         on the north-west by a line 30 m from, and parallel to the edge of the water;

        •         on the north-east by a straight line being the prolongation north-westerly of the north-eastern boundary of FP11193;

        •         on the south by the edge of the water on the north side of Hindmarsh Island.

Area 2 : the portion of the River Murray at Goolwa bounded as follows:

        •         on the east by the prolongation southerly of the eastern boundary of New Orleans Street;

        •         on the south by a line 60 m from and parallel to the edge of the water;

        •         on the west by a straight line 100 m upstream from and parallel to the Hindmarsh Island Bridge;

        •         on the north by the edge of the water.

Area 3 : the portion of the River Murray at Goolwa bounded as follows:

        •         on the south-west by a straight line 100 m downstream from the south-east corner of the Goolwa wharf and at right angles to the production of the face of the wharf;

        •         on the north-west by the edge of the water;

        •         on the north by a straight line 50 m downstream from the south east corner of the Goolwa wharf and at right angles to the edge of the water;

        •         on the south east by a line 30 m from and parallel to the edge of the water.

Area 4 : those portions of the River Murray and the Coorong in the vicinity of the Murray Mouth bounded as follows:

        •         on the east and west by lines bearing 025° (true) and 300 m distant from the centre (for the time being) of the Murray Mouth;

        •         on the north by the edge of the water on the southern side of Hindmarsh Island;

        •         on the south-west by the edge of the water on the River Murray side of Sir Richard Peninsula;

        •         on the south-east by the edge of the water on the Coorong side of Younghusband Peninsula;

        •         on the south by a straight line across the Murray Mouth joining the westerly extremity of Younghusband Peninsula to the easterly extremity of Sir Richard Peninsula.

Area 5 : the portion of the Mundoo Channel to the edge of the water bounded as follows:

        •         on the north-east by a straight line 150 m downstream and parallel to the south-west side of the Mundoo Barrage;

        •         on the south by a straight line bearing 315° (true) from the A.G.A. light on Mundoo Island.

Area 6 : those portions of the River Murray and the Coorong in the vicinity of the Murray Mouth bounded as follows:

        •         on the north by the edge of the water on the southern side of Hindmarsh Island;

        •         on the west by a line bearing 030° (true) from No 1 beacon;

        •         on the east by a line bearing 315° (true) from the A.G.A. light on Mundoo Island;

        •         on the south by a line 30 m from and parallel to the edge of the water.

Area 7 : the portion of the River Murray at Goolwa bounded as follows:

        •         on the east by a straight line extending 300 m northwards from a point 20 m from the southern waters edge, parallel to and 600 m upstream from the Goolwa Barrage;

        •         on the west by a straight line extending 300 m northwards from a point 20 m from the southern waters edge, parallel to and 750 m upstream from the Goolwa Barrage;

        •         on the north by a straight line joining the northern extremities of the eastern and western boundaries;

        •         on the south by a line parallel to and 20 m from the edge of the water.

Area 8 : the portion of the River Murray at Goolwa bounded as follows:

        •         on the south by a straight line from a point on the edge of the water at Goolwa 100 m downstream from the southern end of the Goolwa wharf to a point on the western side of Hindmarsh Island, 70 m south of the northern corner of the Hindmarsh Island end of the causeway;

        •         on the east by the edge of the water on the western side of Hindmarsh Island;

        •         on the north by a line from a point on the edge of the water at Goolwa 100 m upstream from the northern face of the Hindmarsh Island Bridge, then parallel to the northern face of the Bridge to the point at which that line intersects a line perpendicular to the Bridge extending from the tip of the causeway in a generally north-easterly direction, then along the latter line to the tip of the causeway, then along the northern face of the causeway;

        •         on the west by the face of the Goolwa wharf and the edge of the water.

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Henley Beach

The portion of the waters of Gulf St. Vincent at Henley Beach bounded as follows:

        •         on the north by a straight line being the production seaward of the north alignment of Grange Road;

        •         on the south by a straight line being the production seaward of the north alignment of the River Torrens outfall;

        •         on the east by the high water mark;

        •         on the west by a line 200 metres from, and parallel to, the low water mark.

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Hog Bay

The portion of the sea at Hog Bay on Kangaroo Island bounded as follows:

        •         on the north by a straight line being the prolongation of the south boundary of Middle Terrace for a distance of 150 m seawards from high water mark;

        •         on the east by a straight line parallel to the west boundary of Cheopis Street and commencing at a point 200 m westerly along high water mark from the prolongation of the west boundary at Cheopis Street, and extending 150 m seaward from high water mark;

        •         on the north-east by a straight line joining the seaward extremities of the north and east boundaries;

        •         on the south-west by the high water mark.

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Kellidie Bay

The portion of the sea at Kellidie Bay bounded as follows:

commencing at a point being the southern corner of section 2147 North Out of Hundreds, then north-west along high water mark to its intersection with the north-eastern corner of section 278 Hundred of Lake Wangary, then north along a straight line to its intersection with high water mark at section 631 Hundred of Lake Wangary, then south-west along high water mark to its intersection with the south-western corner of Section 2146 North Out of Hundreds, then south-east along the south-western boundary of Section 2146 North Out of Hundreds to its southern corner, then east along its southern boundary to its south-eastern corner and then north along its eastern boundary to its north-eastern corner, then south-east along a straight line to its intersection with high water mark at a point being the prolongation of the north boundary of Seaview Road, then south along high water mark to its intersection with the eastern corner of section 2147 North Out of Hundreds, then north-west along the north-eastern boundary to its northern corner, then south-west along the north-western boundary to its western corner, then south-east along its south-eastern boundary to the point of commencement, but excluding Goat Island (Section 913 Hundred of Lake Wangary).

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Lake Bonney (Barmera)

Area 1 : the portion of Lake Bonney marked out by flame orange spherical buoys and yellow marker posts.

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Area 2 : the portion of Lake Bonney bounded as follows:

        •         on the north by a line 100 m from, and parallel to, the edge of the water;

        •         on the east by the prolongation north-westerly of the north-eastern boundary of Whitmore Avenue;

        •         on the south by the edge of the water;

        •         on the west by a straight line from the eastern end of the concrete wharf (approximately 20 m west of the prolongation northerly of the western boundary of James Terrace) and at right angles to the edge of the water.

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Lake Bonney (South East)

All the waters of Lake Bonney.

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Lake Fellmongery

Area 1 : the portion of Lake Fellmongery at Robe bounded as follows:

        •         on the south-east by a straight line joining the southerly extremity of the most easterly boundary of Section 512, Hundred of Waterhouse, to the intersection of the north alignment of Tobruk Avenue and the west alignment of Lakeside Avenue, the line being marked by a yellow marker post at each of its 2 intersections with the edge of the water, and by a line of marker buoys on the lake;

        •         on the west and north-west by the edge of the water.

Area 2 : the portion of Lake Fellmongery at Robe bounded as follows:

        •         on the east by a straight line joining the north-east corner of Section 540, Hundred of Waterhouse, to the south-east corner of allotment 1 in Lands Titles Office Deposited Plan No 5689; the line being marked by a yellow marker post at each of its 2 intersections with the edge of the water, and by a line of marker buoys on the lake;

        •         on the south-west and north-west by the edge of the water.

Area 3 : the portion of Lake Fellmongery not included in Areas 1 and 2.

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Lake Leake

The area of Lake Leake bounded as follows:

        •         on the north by a straight line commencing at a point, being the intersection of the east boundary of Section 525 Hundred of Hindmarsh and the north-westerly production of the north-east boundary of Section 372 Hundred of Hindmarsh, and extending westerly at right angles to the water's edge for a distance of 30 m;

        •         on the east by a line extending southerly along the east boundary of Section 525 Hundred of Hindmarsh from the north boundary for a distance of 100 m;

        •         on the south by a straight line commencing at the south extremity of the east boundary and extending westerly at right angles to the water's edge for a distance of 30 m;

        •         on the west by a straight line joining the west extremities of the north and south boundaries.

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Mannum

Area 1 : the portion of the River Murray at Mannum bounded as follows:

        •         on the south-west, by a straight line from the edge of the water for a distance of 16 m in a south-easterly direction parallel to and at a perpendicular distance of 52 m north-east of the prolongation of the south-western boundary of Section 906, Hundred of Finniss;

        •         on the north-east, by a straight line from the edge of the water for a distance of 12 m in a south-easterly direction parallel to and at a perpendicular distance of 77 m north-east of the prolongation of the south-western boundary of Section 906, Hundred of Finniss;

        •         on the south-east, by a straight line joining the southern extremities of the south-western and north-eastern boundaries;

        •         on the north-west, by the edge of the water.

Area 2 : the portion of the River Murray at Mannum bounded as follows:

        •         on the south-west, by a straight line in a south-easterly direction from the prescribed base line parallel to and at a perpendicular distance of 85 m south-west of the prolongation of the south-western boundary of Allotment 10 in Filed Plan 21817, Hundred of Finniss for a distance of 7 m perpendicular to the prescribed base line;

        •         on the north-east, by a straight line in a south-easterly direction from the prescribed base line parallel to and at a perpendicular distance of 45 m south-west of the prolongation of the south-western boundary of Allotment 10 in Filed Plan 21817, Hundred of Finniss for a distance of 7 m perpendicular to the prescribed base line;

        •         on the south-east, by a straight line joining the southern extremities of the south-western and north-eastern boundaries;

        •         on the north-west, by the edge of the water.

Area 3 : the portion of the waters of the River Murray at Mannum delineated in bold on the plan below as Area 3.

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Meningie

Area 1 : the portion of Lake Albert at Meningie bounded as follows:

        •         on the south, by a straight line being the prolongation of the north boundary of Allotment 75 in Development Plan 16240, Hundred of Bonney commencing from the water's edge and extending in a westerly direction for a distance of 75 m;

        •         on the west, by a straight line perpendicular to the south boundary commencing at its western extremity and extending in a north-easterly direction for a distance of 100 m;

        •         on the north-east, by the southern side of the Meningie boat ramp commencing at the water's edge and extending in a north-westerly direction for a distance of 18 m;

        •         on the north-west, by a straight line joining the northern extremity of the west boundary with the western extremity of the north-east boundary;

        •         on the east, by the water's edge.

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Area 2 : the portion of Lake Albert at Meningie bounded as follows:

        •         on the west, by a straight line being the prolongation of the western boundary of section 374 Hundred of Bonney commencing from the water's edge and extending in a northerly direction for a distance of 50 m;

        •         on the east, by a straight line being the prolongation of the western boundary of section 378 Hundred of Bonney commencing from the water's edge and extending in a northerly direction for a distance of 50 m;

        •         on the north, by a straight line joining the northern extremity of the western boundary with the northern extremity of the eastern boundary;

        •         on the south, by the water's edge.

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Milang

The portion of Lake Alexandrina at Milang bounded as follows:

        •         on the north-east by a straight line parallel to and 50 m from a straight line joining piles A and B;

        •         on the north-west by a straight line commencing at pile A then heading north-east to intersect the north-eastern boundary at right angles;

        •         on the south-east by a straight line commencing at pile B then heading north-east to intersect the north-eastern boundary at right angles;

        •         on the south-west by the north-eastern face of the jetty between piles A and B.

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Moana

The portion of the sea at Moana bounded as follows:

        •         on the north by a straight line west of and parallel to the north side of Third Avenue, that line passing through the south extremity of the pedestrian ramp to the beach and extending for 255 m west of the east alignment of the Esplanade;

        •         on the south by a straight line west of and parallel to the south side of the west end of Nashwauk Crescent, that line passing through the north extremity of the vehicle ramp to the beach and extending for 270 m west of the east alignment of the Esplanade;

        •         on the west by a straight line joining the west extremities of the north and south boundaries;

        •         on the east by High Water Mark.

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Morgan and Cadell

Area 1 : the portion of the River Murray at Morgan bounded as follows:

        •         on the north by a straight line extending easterly from the yellow marker post situated on the west bank of the River Murray at the north-east corner of Section 451, Hundred of Eba, for 5 m beyond and at right angles to the edge of the water;

        •         on the south by a straight line extending easterly from the yellow marker post situated on the west bank of the River Murray at the south-east corner of Section 451, Hundred of Eba, for 5 m beyond and at right angles to the edge of the water;

        •         on the east by a straight line joining the easterly extremities of the north and south boundaries;

        •         on the west by the edge of the water between those 2 yellow marker posts.

Area 2 : the portion of the River Murray at Cadell bounded as follows:

        •         on the south-east by the edge of the water between the 2 yellow marker posts situated on the south-east bank of the River Murray, the upstream post being approximately 160 m west of the north-west corner of the Government Road immediately south of the Cadell ferry crossing, and the downstream post being approximately 90 m south-west of the upstream post;

        •         on the north-east by a straight line extending north-westerly from the upstream yellow marker post of the 2 posts previously defined, for 5 m beyond and at right angles to the edge of the water;

        •         on the south-west by a straight line extending north-westerly from the downstream yellow marker post of the 2 posts previously defined, for 5 m beyond and at right angles to the edge of the water;

        •         on the north-west by a straight line joining the north-westerly extremities of the north-east and south-west boundaries.

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Murray Bridge

Area 1 : the portion of the River Murray at Murray Bridge bounded as follows:

        •         on the north-east by the centre line of the river;

        •         on the south-east by a straight line extending south-west from the middle ground buoy to the south-west from the middle ground buoy to the south-west bank of the river;

        •         on the north-west by a line extending from the red mark C on the upstream side of the road traffic bridge, south-west along the line of the north-west (upstream) side of the road traffic bridge to the south-west bank of the river, and on the south-west by the south-west bank of the river, except for an accessway between the south-west bank of the river and the centre line of the river extending north-west for a distance of 100 m from a line being the north-west boundary of allotment 30 in Lands Titles Registration Office Plan No 1443.

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Area 2 : the portion of the River Murray at Murray Bridge on the north-east side of Long Island bounded as follows:

        •         on the north-east by the north-east bank of the river;

        •         on the south-east by a straight line from the south-east (downstream) extremity of Long Island north-east to the north-east bank of the river;

        •         on the north-west by a straight line from the notice board north-east to the north-east bank of the river;

        •         on the south-west by a straight line from the notice board to the north-west (upstream) end of Long Island, then generally south-east along the north-east side of Long Island to its south-east (downstream) extremity.

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Murray Bridge (bathing)

Area 1 : the portion of the River Murray at Murray Bridge (Wellington Reserve) bounded as follows:

        •         on the south by a line being the prolongation of the southern boundary of Lot 613, Town of Wellington, easterly for a distance of 5 m from the waters edge;

        •         on the north by a line running easterly from the waters edge for a distance of 5 m and at a distance of 20 m in a northerly direction from the southern boundary of Lot 613, Town of Wellington;

        •         on the east by a line joining the eastern extremities of the north and south boundaries and parallel to the waters edge;

        •         on the west by the waters edge.

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Area 2 : the portion of the River Murray at Murray Bridge (Bells Landing—Monteith) bounded as follows:

        •         on the north-east by a line being the prolongation of a boundary of Section 695 on line with the south-western end of Kellett Street, Hundred of Burdett, westerly for a distance of 5 m from the waters edge;

        •         on the south-west by a straight line running north-westerly from the waters edge for a distance of 5 m parallel to and at a distance of 30 m from the north-east boundary;

        •         on the north-west by a line joining the western extremities of the north-east and south-west boundaries and parallel to the waters edge;

        •         on the south east by the waters edge.

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Area 3 : the portion of the River Murray at Murray Bridge (Swanport Reserve) bounded as follows:

        •         on the south-east by a straight line running north-easterly from the waters edge for a distance of 6 m at a distance of 44 m in a north-westerly direction along the waters edge from the north-eastern corner of Section 1065, Hundred of Mobilong;

        •         on the north-west by a straight line running north-easterly from the waters edge for a distance of 6 m parallel to and at a distance of 92 m in a north-westerly direction along the waters edge from the north-eastern boundary of Section 1065, Hundred of Mobilong;

        •         on the north-east by a line joining the eastern extremities of the south-east and north-west boundaries and parallel to the waters edge;

        •         on the south-west by the waters edge.

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Area 4 : the portion of the River Murray at Murray Bridge (Long Island Reserve) bounded as follows:

        •         on the north-west by a line being the prolongation of the north-western boundary of Lot 12, Deposited Plan No 20027, north-easterly for a distance of 5 m from the waters edge;

        •         on the south-east by a straight line running north-easterly from the waters edge for a distance of 5 m at a distance of 26 m in a south-easterly direction from the north-western corner of Lot 12, Deposited Plan No 20027;

        •         on the north-east by a line joining the north-eastern extremities of the north-west and south-east boundaries and parallel to the waters edge;

        •         on the south-east by the waters edge.

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Area 5 : the portion of the River Murray at Murray Bridge (Sturt Reserve) bounded as follows:

        •         on the north-west by a line being the prolongation of the north-western boundary of Lot 32, Deposited Plan No 1443, north-easterly for a distance of 5 m from the waters edge;

        •         on the south-east by a straight line running north-easterly from the waters edge for a distance of 5 m at a distance of 55 m in a south-easterly direction along the waters edge from the northern corner of Lot 32, Deposited Plan No 1443;

        •         on the north-east by a line joining the north-eastern extremities of the north-west and south-east boundaries and parallel to the waters edge;

        •         on the south-east by the waters edge.

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Area 6 : the portion of the River Murray at Murray Bridge (Thiele Reserve) bounded as follows:

        •         on the north-east by a line being the prolongation of the south-western boundary of Section 575, Hundred of Burdett, north-westerly for a distance of 7 m from the waters edge;

        •         on the south-west by a straight line running north-westerly from the waters edge for a distance of 11 m on the prolongation of a line joining the south-eastern corner of Lincoln Street with the south-western wall of the stone building on the south-eastern corner of the intersection of Siesta Drive and Thiele Road, Hundred of Burdett;

        •         on the north-west by a line joining the north-western extremities of the north-east and south-west boundaries (being part of a straight line joining the north-western extremity of the north-eastern boundary with the north-eastern tip of the Timber Wharf in Section, 458, Hundred of Burdett);

        •         on the south-east by the waters edge.

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Area 7 : the portion of the River Murray at Murray Bridge (Woodlane Reserve) bounded as follows:

        •         on the south-east by a line being the prolongation of the south-eastern boundary of Section 988, Hundred of Mobilong, north-easterly for a distance of 11 m from the waters edge;

        •         on the north-west by the south-eastern face of the Timber Jetty approximately 20 m north-west along the waters edge from the south-eastern boundary of Section 988, Hundred of Mobilong;

        •         on the north-east by a line joining the north-eastern extremities of the north-west and south-east boundaries and parallel to the waters edge;

        •         on the south-east by the waters edge.

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Nildottie

The creek flowing between the River Murray and the Lagoon through sections 275, 666 and 276N, Hundred of Ridley, delineated in bold on the plan below:

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North Haven Marina

The portion of the waters of the North Haven marina bounded by and to the east of a line commencing at the seaward end of the inner breakwater and extending in a north-westerly direction to intersect perpendicularly with the northern breakwater.

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North Shields

The portion of the waters of the sea at North Shields delineated in bold on the plan below:

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O'Sullivan Beach

The area of the sea at O'Sullivan Beach bounded as follows:

commencing at a point being the intersection with high water mark of a line 10 m north of and parallel to high water mark on the north side of the inner breakwater, then west along the said line to its intersection with the circumference of a circle of 75 m radius centred on the light at the seaward end of the outer breakwater, then anti-clockwise around the said circumference to its intersection with a line 10 m south-west of and parallel to high water mark on the south-west side of the outer breakwater, then south-east along that line to its intersection with high water mark, then along high water mark to the point of commencement.

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Point Turton

Area 1 : the portion of the sea at Hardwicke Bay in Spencer Gulf near Point Turton bounded as follows:

        •         on the west by a straight line being the prolongation northerly of the west boundary of Section 383, Hundred of Para Wurlie commencing at a point at which that line intersects high water mark (marked by a marker post) and extending 150 m seaward;

        •         on the east by a straight line parallel to and 200 m to the east of the west boundary of Area 1 described above commencing at a point at which that line intersects high water mark (marked by a marker post) and extending 150 m seaward;

        •         on the north by a straight line joining the northernmost extremities of the east and west boundaries;

        •         on the south by high water mark.

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Area 2 : the portion of the waters of Hardwicke Bay in Spencer Gulf near Point Turton described as "Area 2" on the plan below:

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Port Adelaide

The portion of the waters of Port Adelaide and adjacent waters bounded as follows:

        •         on the north-east by a straight line commencing at a point at latitude 34°46′35.81" south, longitude 138°21′33.51" east and extending to a point at latitude 34°47′25.61" south, longitude 138°26′38.28" east;

        •         on the east by a straight line commencing at a point at latitude 34°47′25.61" south, longitude 138°26′38.28" east and extending to a point at latitude 34°47′34.62" south, longitude 138°26′38.27" east;

        •         on the south by a straight line commencing at a point at latitude 34°47′34.62" south, longitude 138°26′38.27" east and extending to a point at latitude 34°47′46.01" south, longitude 138°22′18.12" east;

        •         on the south-west by a straight line commencing at a point at latitude 34°47′46.01" south, longitude 138°22′18.12" east and extending to a point at latitude 34°48′44.07" south, longitude 138°20′12.23" east;

        •         on the west by a straight line commencing at a point at latitude 34°48′44.07" south, longitude 138°20′12.23" east and extending to a point at latitude 34°46′35.71" south, longitude 138°20′12.48" east;

        •         on the north by a straight line commencing at a point at latitude 34°46′35.71" south, longitude 138°20′12.48" east and extending to a point at latitude 34°46′35.81" south, longitude 138°21′33.51" east.

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Port Bonython

Zone 1 : waters within 400 m of Port Bonython jetty.

Zone 2 : waters within 1 170 m of Port Bonython jetty.

Zone 3 : waters within 2 nautical miles of the berth operations signals at the seaward end of Port Bonython jetty.

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Port Elliot

All the waters of Horseshoe Bay north-west of a line joining the eastern extremity of the breakwater at Freeman Nob with Commodore Point.

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Porter Bay

The portion of the waters at Porter Bay to the west of an imaginary straight line commencing from the seaward boundary of Adelphi Terrace where an obtuse bend occurs, then to the outer entrance beacon of Lincoln Cove Marina and prolongated until it meets the southern foreshore of Porter Bay.

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Port Hughes

The portion of the waters of the sea at Port Hughes within the Moonta Bay boat ramp basin, landward of the northern and southern breakwater (shown as a shaded area on the plan below).

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Port Neill

The portion of the sea at Port Neill bounded as follows:

        •         on the north-west by a straight line being the prolongation seawards of the north-west boundary of Gill Street and Coneybeer Terrace for a distance of 350 m from the high water mark;

        •         on the south-west and south-east by the high water mark;

        •         on the north-east by a straight line joining the seaward extremities of the north-western boundary and the south-east high water mark.

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Port Stanvac

Area 1 : the portion of western Gulf St. Vincent bounded as follows:

        •         on the north-east by a straight line 400 m north-east of the north extremity of the Product Berth structure and parallel to the Approach Jetty;

        •         on the south-east by a straight line 400 m south-west of the south-west side of the Approach Jetty at Port Stanvac and parallel to the jetty;

        •         on the north-west by a straight line at right angles to the north-east and south-west boundaries and distant 400 m seaward (along the production of the Approach Jetty) from the outermost extremity of the jetty;

        •         on the east by high water mark.

Area 2 : the portion of the waters of western Gulf St. Vincent at Port Stanvac within a 500 m radius of the Single Buoy Mooring Facility in approximate position Latitude 35°05.9′S, Longitude 138°26.3′E.

Area 3: the portion of the waters of western Gulf St. Vincent at Port Stanvac marked by six lit buoys with St. Andrews Cross top marks and within the area bounded—

        •         on the north-east by a straight line commencing at a point marked by a lit buoy at latitude 35˚05′15.83″ south, longitude 138˚28′08.08″ east and extending south-east to a point marked by a lit buoy at latitude 35˚05′32.43″ south, longitude 138˚28′35.23″ east; and

        •         on the south-east by a straight line commencing at a point marked by a lit buoy at latitude 35˚05′32.43″ south, longitude 138˚28′35.23″ east and extending south-west to a point marked by a lit buoy at latitude 35˚05′48.05″ south, longitude 138˚28′21.11″ east; and

        •         on the south-west by a straight line commencing at a point marked by a lit buoy at latitude 35˚05′48.05″ south, longitude 138˚28′21.11″ east and extending north-west to a point marked by a lit buoy at latitude 35˚05′31.45″ south, longitude 138˚27′53.95″ east; and

        •         on the north-west by a straight line commencing at a point marked by a lit buoy at latitude 35˚05′31.45″ south, longitude 138˚27′53.95″ east and extending north-east to a point marked by a lit buoy at latitude 35˚05′15.83″ south, longitude 138˚28′08.08″ east.

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Port Vincent

Area 1 : the portion of the waters of Gulf St. Vincent at Port Vincent bounded as follows:

        •         on the north-east by a straight line joining Surveyor Point with a point being the intersection of the edge of the water and the prolongation seaward of the south-eastern boundary of Way Street;

        •         on the south-west by the edge of the water, the face of the wharf and the north-western, north-eastern and south-eastern boundaries of Area 2.

Area 2 : the portion of the waters of Gulf St. Vincent at Port Vincent bounded as follows:

        •         on the north-west by a straight line being the prolongation seaward of the south-eastern boundary of Main Street;

        •         on the north-east by a line 60 m seaward of, and parallel to, the sea wall;

        •         on the south-east by a straight line being the prolongation seaward of the north-western boundary of Curramulka Road;

        •         on the south-west by the edge of the water.

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Robe

The portion of the sea at Robe bounded as follows:

        •         on the west by a straight line being the production seaward of the western boundary of Bagot Street;

        •         on the east by a straight line extending seaward in a northerly direction from Robe Point;

        •         on the south by high water mark;

        •         on the north by a line approximately 200 m seaward of, and parallel to, high water mark.

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Semaphore

The portion of the sea at Semaphore bounded as follows:

        •         on the north by a straight line 100 m south of and parallel to the south side of the Semaphore Jetty;

        •         on the south by a straight line 170 m south of and parallel to the south side of the Semaphore Jetty;

        •         on the west by a straight line 400 m east of the seaward end of the Semaphore Jetty and at right angles to the southern side of the jetty;

        •         on the east by High Water Mark.

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Stansbury

Area 1 : the portion of the waters of the sea at Stansbury delineated on the plan below as Area 1;

Area 2 : the portion of the waters of the sea at Stansbury delineated on the plan below as Area 2.

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St. Kilda

The waters within the St. Kilda Marina and the channel out to the St. Kilda entrance beacon located at latitude 34°44'59.72"S, longitude 138°31'10.51"E and the starboard lateral beacon located at latitude 34°45'0.47"S, longitude 138°31'11.51"E.

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Swanport

The portion of the River Murray at Swanport bounded as follows:

        •         on the north-west, by a straight line extending 65 m in a north-easterly direction from a point at the water's edge 20 m upstream of the point at which the north-western boundary of Swanport Village Road (or the prolongation of that boundary) meets the water's edge and parallel to that boundary;

        •         on the south-east, by a straight line extending 85 m in a north-easterly direction from a point at the water's edge 80 m downstream of the point at which the south-eastern boundary of Lot 79 of Deposited Plan No 134 (or the prolongation of that boundary) meets the water's edge and parallel to that boundary;

        •         on the north-east, by a straight line joining the northern extremity of the north-western boundary with the northern extremity of the south-eastern boundary;

        •         on the south-west, by the water's edge.

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Swan Reach

The portion of the River Murray at Swan Reach bounded as follows:

        •         on the north-east by a straight line, marked by yellow spherical buoys, being the prolongation north-westerly of the north-east boundary of Section 352, Hundred of Nildottie, extending 10 m north-westerly from the river edge;

        •         on the south-west by a straight line, 20 m from and parallel to the north-eastern boundary, extending 10 m north-westerly from the river edge;

        •         on the north-west by a straight line, marked by yellow spherical buoys, joining the north-west extremities of the south-west and north-east boundaries;

        •         on the south-east by the river edge.

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Thevenard

The portion of the sea at Bosanquet Bay delineated in bold on the plan below:

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Thistle Island

Area 1 : the portion of the waters of Spencer Gulf bounded by a circle of radius 1 nautical mile centred on a point at latitude 34°55.9′ south, longitude 136°14.05′ east.

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Area 2 : the portion of the waters of Spencer Gulf bounded as follows:

commencing at high water mark near Horny Point at a point at latitude 35°00′13.860″ south, longitude 136°11′23.744″ east, then east-north-east in a straight line to a point at latitude 35°00′00.000″ south, longitude 136°12′42.495″ east, being the intersection of that line with the western circumference of a circle of radius 2 nautical miles centred on a point at latitude 35°00′02.280″ south, longitude 136°15′08.778″ east, then clockwise from that intersection around the circumference to a point on the western circumference of the circle at latitude 35°01′02.251″ south, longitude 136°13′01.891″ east, then west in a straight line to high water mark at latitude 35°01′02.251″ south, longitude 136°11′36.068″ east, then north along high water mark to the point of commencement (all positions being in the WGS84 datum).

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Tumby Bay

Area 1 : the portion of the sea at Tumby Bay bounded as follows:

        •         on the north by a straight line being the prolongation seawards of the south boundary of Elanora Avenue for a distance of 100 m from high water mark;

        •         on the east by a straight line joining the seaward extremity of the north boundary and the north-east corner of the old jetty;

        •         on the north-east by a straight line joining the north-east corner of the old jetty and the north-east corner of the new jetty;

        •         on the east by the seaward end of the new jetty;

        •         on the south by the south side of the new jetty;

        •         on the west by high water mark.

Area 2 : the area of the sea at Tumby Bay bounded as follows:

        •         on the south-west by a line parallel to and 100 m seaward from high water mark;

        •         on the east by a straight line commencing at a point 50 m west of the east extremity of Section 354, Hundred of Hutchison, and extending due north for 450 m from the south-west boundary;

        •         on the north by a straight line commencing at a point 2 km generally north-westerly along the south-west boundary from the east boundary, and extending due east for 450 m from the south-west boundary;

        •         on the north-east by a straight line joining the seaward extremities of the south-west and east boundaries.

Area 3 : the area of the sea at Tumby Bay bounded as follows:

        •         on the south by a straight line extending due east from a point 1.2 km along high water mark and generally north-west from the east extremity of Section 354, Hundred of Hutchison;

        •         on the west by a straight line extending due north from a point 100 m along high water mark and generally north-west from the west extremity of the south boundary;

        •         on the north-east by the south-west boundary of Area 2.

Area 4 : the area of the sea at Tumby Bay bounded as follows:

        •         on the west and south by the high water mark;

        •         on the north by a straight line being the prolongation seawards of the northern boundary of Goode Avenue for a distance of 350 m from the high water mark;

        •         on the east by a straight line being the prolongation seawards of the eastern boundary of Harvey Drive in a northerly direction joining the seaward extremity of the north boundary.

Area 5 : the area of the sea at Tumby Bay bounded as follows:

commencing at the northern most starboard hand channel marker of the marked navigation channel leading to the Tumby Bay Marina, then generally easterly across the marked navigation channel to the northern most port hand channel marker of the marked navigation channel, then generally south-easterly along the eastern edge of the marked navigation channel to its intersection with the breakwater, then generally south-easterly along the western edge of the breakwater to the point at which there is a bend in the breakwater, then generally south-westerly along the eastern edge of marked navigation channel to its intersection with the north-eastern corner of Allotment 75 in Deposited Plan No 55096, then generally southerly, westerly and easterly around the boundary of that Allotment (including Allotment 66 in Deposited Plan No 55096) to its intersection with the north-eastern corner of Allotment 548 in Deposited Plan No 15461, then generally north-easterly and northerly along the western edge of the marked navigation channel to the point of commencement.

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Valley Lake

Area 1 : the portion of Valley Lake bounded on the south-east by a straight line extending south-west from the white marker post situated approximately midway along the north shore of Valley Lake to the white marker post situated on the west shore of Valley Lake.

Area 2 : the portion of Valley Lake bounded on the west by a straight line from the white marker post situated near the east end of the north shore of Valley Lake to the white marker post on the east shore of Valley Lake.

Area 3 : the portion of Valley Lake not included in Area 1 or 2 bounded on the south-west by a straight line extending south-east from the yellow marker post situated on the north shore of Valley Lake to the yellow marker post situated on the shore at the approximate north-east corner of Valley Lake.

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Victor Harbor

The portion of the sea at Victor Harbor bounded as follows:

        •         on the west by a line joining the most southerly point of King Head to the most southerly point of West Island;

        •         on the south by a line commencing at the most southerly point of West Island and then proceeding generally eastward towards the Murray mouth to a point where the line intersects at right angles with the prolongation, generally south and to seaward, of the easterly boundary of the area of the City of Victor Harbor;

        •         on the east by the prolongation, generally south and to seaward, of the easterly boundary of the area of the City of Victor Harbor (ie the eastern side of Ocean Road, Port Elliot);

        •         on the north by the high water mark of the coastline between the easterly boundary of the area of the City of Victor Harbor (ie the eastern side of Ocean Road, Port Elliot) and the most southerly point of King Head.

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Wallaroo Bay

Area 1 : the portion of the waters of the sea at Wallaroo described as "Area 1" on the plan below.

Area 2 : the portion of the waters of the sea at Wallaroo described as "Area 2" on the plan below.

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West Beach

Area 1: the portion of the waters of Gulf St. Vincent at West Beach bounded as follows:

commencing at a point being the intersection of the production of the southern boundary of Barcoo Road and the low water mark, then seaward for a distance of 295 metres along that prolongation, then northerly for a distance of 380 metres, then generally south-easterly on a bearing of 114°02′ to its intersection with the low water mark, then generally westerly, southerly and easterly along the low water mark around the breakwaters and the boat ramp to the point of commencement.

Area 2 : the portion of the waters of Gulf St. Vincent at West Beach bounded as follows:

        •         commencing on the north approximately 140 metres from the high water mark of the coast to the St. Andrews Cross navigational marker at Latitude 34°57′01.08″S, Longitude 138°30′04.76″E and extending seaward in a westerly direction for approximately 500 metres to the St. Andrews Cross navigational marker at Latitude 34°57′05.44″S, Longitude 138°29′46.13″E;

        •         on the west by a straight line drawn in a generally southerly direction from Latitude 34°57′05.44″S, Longitude 138°29′46.13″E to the St. Andrews Cross navigational marker at Latitude 34°57′13.24″S, Longitude 138°29′48.93″E;

        •         on the south by a straight line drawn in a generally easterly direction from Latitude 34°57′13.24″S, Longitude 138°29′48.93″E to the St. Andrews Cross navigational marker at Latitude 34°57′08.84″S, Longitude 138°30′07.81″E;

        •         on the east from Latitude 34°57′08.84″S, Longitude 138°30′07.81″E and parallel to the high water mark to the point of commencement at the St. Andrews Cross navigational marker at Latitude 34°57′01.08″S, Longitude 138°30′04.76″E.

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Whyalla

Area 1 : the portion of Spencer Gulf at Whyalla bounded as follows:

        •         on the south-west by a line being the prolongation of the western side of Agett Street, Town of Whyalla, seawards from high water mark for a distance of 100 m;

        •         on the north-east commencing at the south-eastern corner of Section 108, Hundred of Randell, then south-westerly along high water mark for 100 m;

        •         on the south-east by a line joining the south-eastern extremities of the south-west and north-east boundaries and parallel to high water mark;

        •         on the north-west by high water mark.

Area 2 : the portion of Spencer Gulf at Whyalla bounded as follows, but excluding the area defined as Area 2A:

            (a)         commencing at the most westerly point on the north-eastern tip of the southern breakwater (being portion of Lot 3 in Deposited Plan No 26088); then west-north-westerly along a line of bearing 290°14′10″ for a distance of 74.17 m to intersect with high water mark on the northern breakwater; then following high water mark along the inside of the boat haven to the point of commencement.

Area 2A : the portion of Spencer Gulf at Whyalla bounded as follows:

            (a)         commencing at a point on the northern face of the southern breakwater (being portion of Lot 3 in Deposited Plan No 26088), being a point that is 246 m (measured along the northern face of the southern breakwater) from the most westerly point on the north-eastern tip of the southern breakwater; then generally north-westerly for a distance of 77 m; then south-westerly for a distance of 87 m to the northern face of the southern breakwater, being the area bounded by yellow buoys.

Area 3 : the portion of Spencer Gulf at Whyalla bounded as follows:

            (a)         commencing at the intersection of high water mark and the south-western side of the jetty adjacent to Section 420, Hundred of Randell; then south-easterly along the southern side of the jetty for 100 m; then generally south-westerly along a line parallel to and 100 m seawards of high water mark to its intersection with the northern breakwater (part of Lot 3, Deposited Plan No 26088); then generally north-westerly and northerly along high water mark to the point of commencement.

Area 4 : the portion of False Bay at Whyalla described as "Area 4" on the plan below.

Area 5 : the portion of False Bay at Whyalla described as "Area 5" on the plan below.

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Yankalilla Bay

The portion of the waters of Yankalilla Bay at Carrickalinga bounded as follows:

        •         on the north by a straight line drawn in a generally easterly direction from Latitude 35°25.154′S, Longitude 138°18.279′E and extending approximately 200 m to Latitude 35°25.174′S, Longitude 138°18.417′E;

        •         on the east by a straight line drawn in a generally southerly direction from Latitude 35°25.174′S, Longitude 138°18.417′E and extending approximately 200 m to Latitude 35°25.319′S, Longitude 138°18.389′E;

        •         on the south by a straight line drawn in a generally west-north-westerly direction from Latitude 35°25.319′S, Longitude 138°18.389′E and extending approximately 200 m to Latitude 35°25.286′S, Longitude 138°18.262′E;

        •         on the west by a straight line drawn in a generally northerly direction from Latitude 35°25.286′S, Longitude 138°18.262′E and extending approximately 200 m to Latitude 35°25.154′S, Longitude 138°18.279′E.

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Yatco Lagoon

The whole of Yatco Lagoon being the body of water to the south of a straight line commencing at the point at which the prolongation easterly of the northern boundary of Gogel Road meets the waters edge and extending south-easterly to the northernmost point of the headland immediately to the south of Moorook Island.

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Part 2—Identification of controls

2—Identification of controls

In this Schedule, a reference to a control of a particular number is a reference to the regulation, restriction or prohibition of the relevant number listed below:

        1.         a person must not take a vessel into the specified waters or cause or permit a vessel to enter or remain in the specified waters;

        2.         a person must not operate a vessel fitted with an engine in the specified waters at a speed in excess of 4 knots or in a planing attitude;

        3.         a person must not operate a vessel in the specified waters at a speed in excess of 4 knots or in a planing attitude;

        4.         a person must not ski, aquaplane or be towed in any other manner by a vessel in the specified waters;

        5.         a person must not ski, aquaplane or be towed in any other manner by a vessel in specified waters at a speed in excess of 4 knots;

        6.         a person must not swim, bathe or dive (including scuba dive) in the specified waters;

        7.         a person must not swim, bathe or dive (including scuba dive) in the specified waters except for purposes connected with water skiing, aquaplaning or like activity;

        8.         a person must not swim or bathe in the specified waters except for purposes connected with scuba diving or snorkelling;

        9.         a person must not operate a vessel fitted with an engine in the specified waters;

        10.         a person must not operate a vessel fitted with an engine in the specified waters during the period between 1 October and 1 April (inclusive) in any year;

        11.         a person must not operate a vessel in the specified waters except for the purposes of water skiing, aquaplaning or like activity;

        12.         a person must not leave any fishing apparatus unattended in the specified waters;

        13.         a person must not moor a vessel, fish or trawl in the specified waters;

        14.         a person must not moor a vessel in the specified waters except at a permanent mooring facility established in the waters;

        15.         a person must not remove or interfere with a wreck or any part of a wreck in the specified waters;

        16.         a person must not—

                  (i)         operate a vessel other than a personal watercraft; or

                  (ii)         swim, bathe or dive (including scuba dive) except for purposes connected with operating a personal watercraft,

in the specified waters;

        17.         a person must not operate a personal watercraft in the specified waters during the period between 1 May and 30 September (inclusive) in any year;

        18.         a person must not operate a vessel fitted with an engine in the specified waters at any time between sunrise and sunset on any day during the period between 1 December and 31 March (inclusive) in any year.

Part 3—Controls applying in particular areas

3—Controls applying in particular areas

The controls applying in particular restricted areas are as follows:


Restricted area(s)

Controls applying in the area(s)

Additional controls applying in the area(s)

Note—

It is also an offence to contravene these controls—see regulation 11.

Angas Inlet

Controls 1 and 4

Note—

see clause 4 below.


Ardrossan Area 1

Controls 1 and 4


Ardrossan Area 2

Control 2


Balgowan Areas 1 and 2

Controls 3 and 5


Black Point

Controls 3 and 5


Blackfellow's Caves Area 1

Controls 3 and 5


Blackfellow's Caves Area 2

Controls 1 and 4


Blanchetown

Controls 3 and 5


Blanchetown Area 2

Controls 2 and 5


Brighton Areas 1 to 4

Controls 1 and 4


Brighton Area 5

Control 9


Bucks Bay

Controls 1 and 4


Caloote Landing Area 1

Controls 1 and 4


Caloote Landing Area 2

Controls 3 and 5


Christies Beach

Control 13


Clayton Bay

Controls 1 and 4


Currency Creek

Control 2


East Wellington

Controls 2 and 5


Fisherman Bay

Controls 2 and 5


Fleurieu Reef

Controls 3, 4, 8, 14 and 15


Forbys Island

Controls 1 and 4


Glenelg Area 1

Controls 3 and 5


Glenelg Area 2

Controls 3 and 5


Glenelg Area 3

Controls 1, 4 and 9


Glenelg River

Controls 3 and 5


Goolwa Areas 1, 3 and 5

Controls 3 and 5


Goolwa Areas 2, 4 and 6

Controls 2 and 5


Goolwa Area 7

Control 16


Goolwa Area 8

Controls 2 and 4


Henley Beach

Control 18


Hog Bay

Controls 1 and 4


Kellidie Bay

Controls 3 and 5


Lake Bonney (Barmera Area 1)

Controls 1 and 4


Lake Bonney (Barmera Area 2)

Controls 2 and 5


Lake Bonney (South East)

Controls 1, 4 and 6


Lake Fellmongery Area 1

Control 9

A person must not operate a vessel that is not fitted with an engine at a speed in excess of 4 knots or in a planing attitude.

Lake Fellmongery Area 2

Controls 1 and 4


Lake Fellmongery Area 3

Controls 7 and 11

A person must not—

            (a)         operate a vessel at a speed in excess of 35 knots; or

            (b)         operate a vessel or engage in water skiing, aquaplaning or like activity before 8.00 am or after sunset or 8.00 pm (whichever is the earlier) on any day; or

            (c)         operate a vessel or engage in water skiing, aquaplaning or like activity if there are already 8 vessels within the area.

If there are 8 vessels within the area and others waiting to use the area—

            (a)         a vessel must not remain in the area for more than 30 minutes at any one time; and

            (b)         unless otherwise agreed by the operators of all the vessels, vessels must enter the area in the order of their arrival at the area and then rotate turns in the same order.

Lake Leake

Controls 1 and 4


Mannum Areas 1 and 2

Controls 1 and 4


Mannum Area 3

Controls 3 and 5


Meningie Area 1

Controls 1 and 4


Meningie Area 2

Controls 2 and 5


Milang

Controls 1 and 4


Moana

Controls 1 and 4


Morgan and Cadell Areas 1 and 2

Controls 1 and 4


Murray Bridge Area 1

Controls 3 and 5


Murray Bridge Area 2

Control 9

Note—

see clause 5 below.

In this area the river is divided into 2 channels and the usual rules of navigation apply in respect of each of those channels.




Murray Bridge (bathing) Areas 1 to 7

Controls 1 and 4


Nildottie

Controls 2 and 5


North Haven Marina

Control 2


North Shields

Controls 3 and 5


O'Sullivan Beach

Controls 2 and 6


Point Turton Area 1

Controls 1 and 4


Point Turton Area 2

Control 2


Port Adelaide

Control 12


Port Bonython Zone 1

Controls 1 and 4


Port Bonython Zone 2

Controls 1 and 4, but only while either or both of the following apply:



            (a)         a vessel is moored at the jetty;



            (b)         the berth operations signals at the seaward end of the jetty are signalling a single red light flashing at an approximate rate of 1 flash every 2 seconds.


Port Bonython Zone 3

Controls 1 and 4, but only while either or both of the following apply:

            (a)         an audible signal is sounding;

            (b)         the berth operations signals at the seaward end of the jetty are signalling a single red light flashing at an approximate rate of 2 flashes per second.


Port Elliot

Control 2


Porter Bay

Controls 2 and 5


Port Hughes

Control 6


Port Neill

Controls 2 and 5


Port Stanvac Areas 1 and 2

Controls 1 and 4


Port Stanvac Area 3

Controls 1, 4 and 6


Port Vincent Area 1

Controls 3 and 5


Port Vincent Area 2

Control 10


Robe

Controls 3 and 5


Semaphore

Control 6


Stansbury Areas 1 and 2

Controls 3 and 5


St. Kilda

Controls 2 and 6


Swanport

Controls 2 and 5


Swan Reach

Controls 1 and 4


Thevenard

Control 6


Thistle Island Areas 1 and 2

Control 13

Note—

see clause 7 below.


Tumby Bay Areas 1 and 4

Controls 2 and 5


Tumby Bay Areas 2 and 3

Control 7


Tumby Bay Area 5

Controls 3 and 5


Valley Lake Areas 1, 2 and 3

Controls 1 and 4


Victor Harbor

Control 17


Wallaroo Bay Area 1

Controls 2, 4 and 6


Wallaroo Bay Area 2

Controls 1 and 4


West Beach Area 1

Controls 4 and 6


West Beach Area 2

Controls 1, 4 and 9


Whyalla Areas 1 and 3

Control 9


Whyalla Area 2

Controls 3 and 5


Whyalla Area 2A

Control 1


Whyalla Areas 4 and 5

Controls 1 and 4


Yankalilla Bay

Controls 1, 4, 6, 12 and 13


Yatco Lagoon

Control 2


4—Non-application of controls to certain vessels in Angas Inlet

The controls set out in the table in clause 3 in relation to Angas Inlet do not apply in relation to vessels in the specified waters for a purpose connected with the operation or maintenance of Torrens Island Power Station.

4A—Non-application of controls to certain vessels in Glenelg Area 3 and West Beach Area 2

The controls set out in the table in clause 3 in relation to Glenelg Area 3 and West Beach Area 2 do not apply in relation to the following vessels in the specified waters:

            (a)         canoes, kayaks, surf skis, rowboats or other human-powered vessels;

            (b)         vessels used for channel dredging;

            (c)         survey vessels used by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources.

4AB—Non-application of controls to certain vessels at Henley Beach

The control set out in the table in clause 3 in relation to Henley Beach does not apply to a person operating a vessel fitted with an engine that is in the specified waters for the purposes of launching or retrieving a vessel by use of the boat ramp near the Grange Sailing Club for a race or practice involving rowing, sailing or other similar activity.

4B—Non-application of controls to certain vessels in Lake Bonney (South East)

The controls set out in the table in clause 3 in relation to Lake Bonney (South East) do not apply in relation to a canoe, kayak, rowboat or other similar human-powered vessel.

5—Non-application of controls to certain vessels in Murray Bridge Area 2

The controls set out in the table in clause 3 in relation to Murray Bridge Area 2 do not apply in relation to a vessel fitted with an engine that is in the area because of its official association with a rowing, sailing or similar race or practice.

6—Non-application of controls to certain vessels at Port Bonython, Port Stanvac and Whyalla

        (1)         The controls set out in the table in clause 3 in relation to the following restricted areas:

            (a)         Port Bonython Zone 1, 2 and 3;

            (b)         Port Stanvac Areas 1 and 2;

            (c)         Whyalla Areas 4 and 5,

do not apply in relation to vessels of the following classes:

            (d)         vessels entering or remaining in the specified waters for the purposes of loading or unloading at the port facilities;

            (e)         vessels entering or remaining in the specified waters for purposes connected with the operation of the port facilities or the harbor.

        (2)         The controls set out in the table in clause 3 in relation to Port Stanvac Area 3 do not apply in relation to—

            (a)         a person who is an employee, agent or contractor of AdelaideAqua Pty Limited or the Environment Protection Authority and is carrying out duties or working in that capacity in the specified waters; or

            (b)         a vessel being used by a person referred to in paragraph (a) in the specified waters.

7—Non-application of controls to certain vessels in Thistle Island Areas 1 and 2

The controls set out in the table in clause 3 in relation to Thistle Island Areas 1 and 2 do not apply in respect of the taking of abalone in Thistle Island Area 2 in accordance with a licence under the Fisheries Management Act 2007 .

8—Non-application of controls to certain vessels in Yankalilla Bay

        (1)         The controls set out in the table in clause 3 in relation to Yankalilla Bay do not apply in relation to a person or vessel in the specified waters—

            (a)         for a purpose connected with the removal, salvage or maintenance of the prescribed structure; or

            (b)         performing official duties or functions relating to public health or safety, or the environment, arising out of the presence of the prescribed structure in the specified waters.

        (2)         In this clause—

prescribed structure means the greenWAVE energy convertor (however described) that is, on the commencement of this clause, located within the restricted area in Yankalilla Bay.

9—Expiry of certain provisions relating to Yankalilla Bay

        (1)         The following provisions of this Schedule will expire on the prescribed day:

            (a)         the entry in clause 1 relating to Yankalilla Bay;

            (b)         the entry in the table in clause 3 relating to Yankalilla Bay;

            (c)         clause 8;

            (d)         this clause.

        (2)         In this clause—

prescribed day means the day fixed by the Minister by notice in the Gazette as the prescribed day.



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