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  • 1 map showing the Acreage Release Title W15-3 in the area of Overlapping Jurisdiction in the Perth Treaty. Requested by RET August 2014. LOSAMBA register 707

  • 1 map showing the Acreage Release Title AC11-1 in the area of Overlapping Jurisdiction in the Perth Treaty. Requested by RET 25th February 2013. LOSAMBA register 676

  • This dataset details the Declared Indigenous Protected Areas (IPA) across Australia through the implementation of the Indigenous Protected Areas Programme. These boundaries are not legally binding. An Indigenous Protected Area (IPA) is an area of Indigenous-owned land or sea where traditional Indigenous owners have entered into an agreement with the Australian Government to promote biodiversity and cultural resource conservation. The Indigenous Protected Areas element of the Caring for our Country initiative supports Indigenous communities to manage their land as IPAs, contributing to the National Reserve System. Further information can be found at the website below. http://www.environment.gov.au/indigenous/ipa/index.html Declared IPAs in order of gazettal date: Nantawarrina Preminghana Risdon Cove putalina Deen Maar Yalata Warul Kawa Watarru Walalkara Mount Chappell Island Badger Island Dhimurru Guanaba Wattleridge Mount Willoughby Paruku Ngaanyatjarra Tyrendarra Toogimbie Anindilyakwa Laynhapuy - Stage 1 Ninghan North Tanami Warlu Jilajaa Jumu Kaanju Ngaachi Great Dog Island Babel Island lungatalanana Angas Downs Pulu Islet Tarriwa Kurrukun Warddeken Djelk Jamba Dhandan Duringala Kurtonitj Framlingham Forest Kalka - Pipalyatjara Boorabee and The Willows Lake Condah Marri-Jabin (Thamurrurr - Stage 1) Brewarrina Ngemba Billabong Uunguu - Stage 1 Apara - Makiri - Punti Antara - Sandy Bore Dorodong Weilmoringle Yanyuwa (Barni - Wardimantha Awara) Minyumai Gumma Mandingalbay Yidinji Southern Tanami Angkum - Stage 1 Ngunya Jargoon Birriliburu Eastern Kuku Yalanji Bardi Jawi Girringun Wilinggin Dambimangari Balanggarra Thuwathu/Bujimulla Yappala Wardaman - Stage 1 Karajarri - Stage 1 Nijinda Durlga - Stage 1

  • This map has been produced for the Fair Work Ombudsman The coordinates of the Maersk Discover were supplied by Fair Work. The boundaries were AMB v2.0. Refer to Advice Register 679. Location M:\advice\FWO

  • This map has been produced for a court case for the Fair Work Ombudsman. The points on the map were sourced from documents supplied by the Fair Work Ombudsman. Boundaries sourced from AMB v2.0 Refer to Advice Register 679. Location M:\advice\fwo

  • The dataset was created by Geoscience Australia using the framework described in Section 33 of the Offshore Petroleum and Greenhouse Gas Storage Act 2006 (OPGGS Act) and previous Acts. The international, scheduled areas and coastal waters used in this dataset are those found in the current Australian Maritime Boundary Dataset 2014 (AMB2014a). This version contains a number of technical amendments made on the basis of user feedback. These include: - Removal of lease AC/P17 - Harmonisation of maritime boundaries, scheduled area and graticular block datasets in block SC51 The dataset is comprised of both polygons and points created to very high precision, accurate to within millimetres. The blocks have been cut by Australia's international boundaries, the scheduled areas and the coastal waters. Each block is assigned a polygon, including partial blocks. All blocks are titled with their block ID, and a list of vertices that make up the blocks. Each vertex of the dataset is also replicated as a discrete point in the points dataset. The design of the dataset allows for the exact location of every vertex to be known to millimetre precision. The corner coordinates of blocks are now defined to a high precision, and can be found by querying the appropriate point. Existing production licences AC/RL4, and AC/RL5 are included in the dataset. The blocks are attributed with fields containing information on: - Block ID - Parent 1 Million Mapsheet - Offshore Area - Epoch of the boundaries used to cut the data AMB2014 - Datum - Origin of the mapsheet in AGD66 - The position of all vertices in the block - The number of vertices in the block - The area of the block in acres - The area of the block in hectares The calculation used to find the area of the blocks is estimated to be precise to better than 1%. This is considered to be sufficient as under the permit and licensing arrangements in the OPGGS Act, the area of a block has no relevance. Therefore the area figure is provided solely for reference.

  • 1 map showing the Acreage Release Title W15-2 in the area of Overlapping Jurisdiction in the Perth Treaty. Requested by RET August 2014. LOSAMBA register 707

  • Map depicting the proposed new Two Way Route throught the Great Barrier Reef for consultative purposes. Distributed solely for comment , not in force. NOT FOR NAVIGATION. Vector and point data of proposed Two Way Route and Vessel position copyright 2013 Australian Marine Safety Authority. Access to Hydro Charts has been provided on the basis that they should be used for review of waterspace management changes in the GBR only. Additionally, as the charts have been de-projected, and subject to the normal practices of notice to Mariners, which will gradually render these particular editions outdated over time, they should not be used for navigation.

  • Scheduled Area and Graticular Block 1113 to 1117 as requested by Dept Resources, Energy and Tourism. Refer to Advice Register 688.

  • 1 map showing the Acreage Release Title AC15-3 in the area of Overlapping Jurisdiction in the Perth Treaty. Requested by RET August 2014. LOSAMBA register 707