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DOC - SA Government Gazette
No. 39
2203
SUPPLEMENTARY GAZETTE
THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY
ADELAIDE, THURSDAY, 22 JUNE 2017
CONTENTS
Appointments, Resignations, Etc. ............................................ 2204
Boxing and Martial Arts Act 2000—Notice ............................ 2204
Communities and Social Inclusion Disability Services,
Department for—Notices..................................................... 2205
Consumer and Business Services—Notice .............................. 2205
Controlled Substances Act 1984—Notice ............................... 2208
Domiciliary Care Services—Notice ........................................ 2205
Emergency Services Funding Act 1998—Notice .................... 2206
Environment, Water and Natural Resources,
Department of—Notice ....................................................... 2209
Harbors and Navigation Act 1993—Notices ........................... 2206
Health Care Act 2008—Notices .............................................. 2207
Passenger Transport Regulations 2009—Notices .................... 2213
Police Service—Fees and Charges .......................................... 2216
Proclamations .......................................................................... 2223
Public Sector Act 2009—Notice ............................................. 2217
All public Acts appearing in this gazette are to be considered official, and obeyed as such
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2204
THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT GAZETTE
Department of the Premier and Cabinet
Adelaide, 22 June 2017
HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been
pleased to appoint the undermentioned to the Child Death and
Serious Injury Review Committee, pursuant to the provisions of
the Children’s Protection Act 1993:
Member: (from 25 June 2017 until 24 June 2019)
Mark Ewart Fuller
Deepa Charmaine Jeyaseelan
Member: (from 1 July 2017 until 30 June 2019)
Dianne Elizabeth Gursansky
Barbara Dorothy Tiffin
Member: (from 22 August 2017 until 21 August 2019)
Angela Marie Davis
By command,
IAN KEITH HUNTER, for Premier
MECD17/032
Department of the Premier and Cabinet
Adelaide, 22 June 2017
HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been
pleased to appoint the undermentioned to the Teachers
Registration Board of South Australia, pursuant to the provisions
of the Teachers Registration and Standards Act 2004:
Temporary Deputy Member: (from 22 June 2017 until
31 August 2017)
Ian Lewis Maitland (Deputy to Brady)
By command,
IAN KEITH HUNTER, for Premier
MECD17/034
Department of the Premier and Cabinet
Adelaide, 22 June 2017
HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been
pleased to appoint the undermentioned to the South Australian
Fire and Emergency Services Commission Board, pursuant to the
provisions of the Fire and Emergency Services Act 2005:
Member: (from 22 June 2017 until 30 November 2017)
Helen Alyssa Chalmers
Virginia Sue Hickey
By command,
IAN KEITH HUNTER, for Premier
MES17/05CS
Department of the Premier and Cabinet
Adelaide, 22 June 2017
HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been
pleased to appoint Professor Brenda Wilson as Governor’s Deputy
of South Australia for the period from 7.00 a.m. on Saturday,
24 June 2017 until 9.40 a.m. on Wednesday, 28 June 2017.
By command,
IAN KEITH HUNTER, for Premier
Department of the Premier and Cabinet
Adelaide, 22 June 2017
HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been
pleased to appoint the Honourable John Robert Rau, MP, Deputy
Premier, Attorney-General, Minister for Justice Reform, Minister
for Planning, Minister for Industrial Relations, Minister for Child
Protection Reform, Minister for the Public Sector, Minister for
Consumer and Business Services and Minister for the City of
Adelaide to be also Acting Premier for the period from 15 July
2017 to 25 July 2017 inclusive, during the absence of the
Honourable Jay Wilson Weatherill, MP.
By command,
IAN KEITH HUNTER, for Premier
DPC17/024CS
22 June 2017
Department of the Premier and Cabinet
Adelaide, 22 June 2017
HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been
pleased to appoint Amanda Shaw to the position of Guardian for
Children and Young Persons for a term commencing on 25 June
2017 and expiring on 9 July 2017, pursuant to Part 52A of the
Children’s Protection Act 1993.
By command,
IAN KEITH HUNTER, for Premier
MECD17/037
Department of the Premier and Cabinet
Adelaide, 22 June 2017
HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been
pleased to appoint Penny Wright to the position of Guardian for
Children and Young Persons for a term of five years commencing
on 10 July 2017 and expiring on 9 July 2022, pursuant to Part 52A
of the Children’s Protection Act 1993.
By command,
IAN KEITH HUNTER, for Premier
MECD17/037
Department of the Premier and Cabinet
Adelaide, 22 June 2017
HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been
pleased to allow and countersign the repeal of the Flinders
University of South Australia Statutes listed below, endorsed by
the Council of the University on 9 March 2017, pursuant to
Section 20 (3) of the Flinders University of South Australia Act
1966.
Statute 4.3: The Faculties
Statute 6.1: Admission
Statute 6.2: Enrolment of Students
Statute 7.7: Admission to Degrees
Statute 7.9: Academic Dress
By command,
IAN KEITH HUNTER, for Premier
MHES17/009
BOXING AND MARTIAL ARTS ACT 2000
SCHEDULE OF BOXING AND MARTIAL ARTS UNREGULATED FEES
AND CHARGES EFFECTIVE FROM 1 JULY 2017
Boxing and Martial Arts
THE Boxing and Martial Arts Act 2000 was introduced to
regulate professional or public boxing and martial arts events, and
to promote safety and probity within the Boxing and Martial Arts
(Combat Sport) sector. The Boxing and Martial Arts Regulations
2015 carries out the intentions of the Act. These Regulations
introduced registration fees for contestants, promoters and
trainer’s and the charges for 2017/18 are:
Category
Trainer’s Registration Fee
Promoter’s Applications Fee
Contestant Registration Fee
GST
Exempt
Fee Charge
2017-2018
Subject to GST
Subject to GST
Subject to GST
$52.00
$416.00
$104.00
Where noted the fees are inclusive of GST.
Dated 10 April 2017.
LEON BIGNELL, Minister for Recreation and Sport
22 June 2017
THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT GAZETTE
CONSUMER AND BUSINESS SERVICES
Fees Payable for Marriage Services Provided by Births, Deaths
and Marriages Registration Office
I, JOHN RAU, Attorney-General, hereby give notice that the fees
set out below will be charged by Consumer and Business Services
for marriage services at the Births, Deaths and Marriages
Registration Office:
$
Lodgement Fee ............................................................. 108.00
Solemnisation Fee ........................................................ 183.00
These charges are inclusive of GST and will come into
operation from 1 July 2017.
In this notice:
Marriage has the same meaning as that under the
Commonwealth Marriage Act 1961, defined as the union of a
man and a woman to the exclusion of all others, voluntarily
entered into for life.
Lodgement means notice to be given under Section 42 of the
Commonwealth Marriage Act 1961.
Dated 5 April 2017.
JOHN RAU, Deputy Premier,
Attorney-General
DEPARTMENT FOR COMMUNITIES AND
SOCIAL INCLUSION
NOTICE BY THE MINISTER FOR COMMUNITIES AND
SOCIAL INCLUSION
Fees Payable for Services Provided by the Screening Unit
THE fees set out in the table below will be charged by the
Department for Communities and Social Inclusion for services
specified in the table as provided by the Screening Unit.
The Chief Executive of the department may waive payment of,
or remit, the whole or any part of a fee payable under this notice.
Table of Fees
$
2. Disability Services/Disability SA—Fee for
arrangement or co-ordination of access of client
to disability services—per hour or part hour................... 39.50
3. Disability Services/Disability Services—Fee for
preparation of report on access of client to
disability services (for purpose of compensation
or legal proceedings)—per report ................................. 396.50
4. In addition, where transportation is provided
or arranged by Disability Services, an additional fee
equal to the cost of providing, or arranging for
the provision of that transportation is payable.
Non-compensable disability clients provided with a supported
accommodation service by Disability Services are charged a
percentage of their Disability Support Pension. The rate charged
depends on the type of supported accommodation provided. Fees
are increased twice yearly in line with Disability Support Pension
increases.
In this notice:
Department means the Department for Communities and
Social Inclusion;
Disability Services means the division of the department
known as Disability Services;
Disability SA means the division of the department known as
Disability SA;
Compensable client means a client receiving services who is,
or may be, entitled to payment, or has received payment, by
way of compensation in respect of the injury, illness or
disease for which the client is receiving those services;
Day means 24 hours (whether a continuous period or in
aggregate); and
Client means a person to whom services or care is provided.
This notice will come into operation on 1 July 2017.
Dated 24 May 2017.
LEESA VLAHOS, Minister for Disabilities
DOMICILIARY CARE SERVICES
(ex GST)
1. Screening Unit—employed individual—Fee for
screening assessment for:
• Vulnerable Person-Related Employment
Screening ............................................................... 80.00
• Aged Care Sector Employment Screening ......... 80.00
• General Employment Probity Screening ............ 80.00
Unit—volunteer
or
student
2. Screening
individual—Fee for criminal history check and
background screening service.................................... 53.00
This notice will come into operation on 1 July 2017.
Dated 31 May 2017.
ZOE BETTISON, Minister for Communities
and Social Inclusion
DEPARTMENT FOR COMMUNITIES
AND SOCIAL INCLUSION DISABILITY SERVICES
NOTICE BY THE MINISTER FOR DISABILITIES
Fees Payable for Services Provided by
Disability Services and Disability SA
THE fees set out in the table below will be charged by Disability
Services and Disability SA for services specified in the table
where the services are provided to compensable disability clients:
The Chief Executive of the department may waive payment of,
or remit, the whole or any part of a fee payable under this notice.
Table of Fees (ex GST)
$
1. Disability Services/Disability SA—Fee for
campus based or residential accommodation—
per day or part day........................................................ 491.50
2205
NOTICE BY THE MINISTER FOR COMMUNITIES AND
SOCIAL INCLUSION
Fees Payable for Services Provided by the Department for
Communities and Social Inclusion (DCSI)
THE fees set out in the table below will be charged by DCSI for
services specified in the table where the services are provided to a
client—
(a) who is a compensable client; or
(b) who is a non-compensable client.
The Chief Executive (or delegate) of the agency may waive
payment of, or remit, the whole or any part of a fee payable under
this notice.
Table of fees—
1. Domiciliary maintenance and care visit (compensable client):
(a) attendance involving a service provided by a medical
practitioner or other health professional (other than a
paramedical aide)—per visit
$132.00
(b) any other attendance—per visit
$59.50
2. Domiciliary Care fees (non-compensable client):
Unit Measure
Service Cap
(per 4 weeks)
Fee per service (Service Cap applies)
Domestic Assistance
(per hour)
Personal Care
(per hour)
Social Support, individual (per hour)
Flexible Respite
(per hour)
Allied Health and Therapy (per hour)
Non
Concession
Concession
$ 71.50
$ 51.00
$ 10.20
$ 10.20
$ 10.20
$ 10.20
$ 15.30
$
$
$
$
$
6.65
6.65
6.65
6.65
8.70
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Day Care attendance*
*excludes meals and
transport
Centre-based meals
Transport–one way trip
THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT GAZETTE
(per session)
$ 20.40
$ 12.30
(per meal)
(per trip)
$ 8.70
$ 6.15
$ 7.50
$ 4.10
$ 5.70
$ 76.50
$102.00
50%
$ 4.30
15%
$ 51.00
15%
Fee per service (No Service Cap applies)
Equipment Hire
(hire per week)
Equipment Membership
(per annum)
Home Modification
(Standard)
Home Modification
(quoted)
In this notice—
Agency means the Department for Communities and Social
Inclusion
Compensable client means a client receiving services who is, or
may be, entitled to payment, or has received payment, by way
of compensation in respect of the injury, illness or disease for
which the patient is receiving those services.
Client means a person to whom treatment or care is provided
(including, outreach services or domiciliary maintenance and
care).
Service cap means the maximum fee payable for services
provided in a 4 week billing period (excludes equipment and
home modifications).
22 June 2017
Note: Other charging arrangements have been made and apply
to the ports of Ardrossan, Klein Point, Port Adelaide, Port Giles,
Port Lincoln, Port Pirie, Thevenard and Wallaroo.
The base charge (GST inclusive) to be applied is $1 524 +
$0.16782 per gross tonnage (GT) per trading voyage within South
Australian waters.
The base charge will be reduced by 25% for each subsequent
call of the commercial boat after the first call and within six
months of the first call, (i.e. 100% of base charge for first call;
75% for second call within six months of the first call; 50% for
the third call; 25% for the fourth call). No Navigation Services
Charge will be payable for the fifth call and any subsequent call,
provided they occur within six months of the first call.
Alternatively, an option of a one-off, up-front payment of 2.3
times the base charge for unlimited calls by the one commercial
boat in a six month period is available. Application must be made
prior to the entry of the boat into South Australian waters.
Harbor Services Charge (Applied at Port Bonython Only)
The Harbor Services Charge is to recover the costs of servicing
boats in port and at berths.
The base charge (GST inclusive) to be applied is $4 098 +
$0.00760 per gross tonnage (GT) of the boat per hour at berth.
Dated 13 June 2017.
STEPHEN MULLIGHAN, Minister for
Transport and Infrastructure
Per hour means the time taken to deliver the service charged for
the hour or part thereof.
Per session means a block of hours to deliver a service program
(i.e. 3 hours).
Equipment membership means an annual fee for the loan of
equipment including maintenance.
Equipment purchase—per item means the cost to procure and
deliver the item.
Home modification—standard means a fixed cost to supply and
install the modification.
Home modification—quoted means a contribution of the cost to
supply and install the modification.
The notice will come into operation on 1 July 2017.
Dated 31 May 2017.
ZOE BETTISON, Minister for Communities
and Social Inclusion
EMERGENCY SERVICES FUNDING ACT 1998
Section 14 Fees
I, TOM KOUTSANTONIS, Treasurer and Minister for Finance,
set the fee pursuant to Section 14 of the Emergency Services
Funding Act 1998 at $15.50:
• to inspect the Assessment Book during ordinary office
hours; or
• for a copy of an entry made in the Assessment Book;
commencing on 1 July 2017.
Dated 7 April 2017.
TOM KOUTSANTONIS, Treasurer,
Minister for Finance
HARBORS AND NAVIGATION ACT 1993
SCHEDULE OF SHIPPING CHARGES PURSUANT TO SECTION 31
Effective from 1 July 2017
Navigation Services Charge
THE Navigation Services Charge is to recover the costs of
providing navigation aids to commercial shipping using the state’s
indentured ports of Port Bonython and Whyalla. This will be a
charge to boats on the basis of the number of times the boat enters
State waters from outside those waters and proceeds to an
indentured or private port in the State.
HARBORS AND NAVIGATION ACT 1993
SCHEDULE OF SHIPPING CHARGES PURSUANT TO SECTION 31
Effective from 1 July 2017
Marine Facilities Ferry Services Charge
THE Marine Facilities Ferry Services Charge (GST inclusive) is
to apply to any ferry service using the Minister’s marine (Port)
facilities and assets of Cape Jervis, Penneshaw, Kingscote and
American River, unless otherwise stated. The Marine Facilities
Services Charge will apply for each of the named harbors/ports
used by a ferry operator.
Passengers departing from or arriving at Cape Jervis, Kingscote,
Penneshaw and American River: $0.1455 per passenger.
Vehicles (irrespective of size and including prime-mover,
motorcycle or equivalent but not including a bicycle): $1.30 per
vehicle per departure or arrival.
Trailers/caravans: $1.30 per trailer/caravan per departure or
arrival.
Freight: $1.75 per lineal metre of the semi-trailer per trip.
Boat mooring fee: $72.00 per boat per day (or part thereof).
Dated 13 June 2017.
STEPHEN MULLIGHAN, Minister for
Transport and Infrastructure
HARBORS AND NAVIGATION ACT 1993
FISHING INDUSTRY FACILITIES SCHEDULE OF FEES AND CHARGES
PURSUANT TO SECTION 31
Effective from 1 July 2017
FEES for storage, slipping, straddle carrier use and boat
movements in boat yards at Port MacDonnell, Beachport and
Kingscote are charged to recover some of the costs associated
with the operation and administration of these facilities.
All of the fees and charges listed below are inclusive of GST.
Port MacDonnell Boat Yard
A boat yard fee is to be charged at the Port MacDonnell boat
yard for all boats or trailers as follows:
• $745 per boat or trailer for 12 months, or
• $186 per boat or trailer per month or part thereof.
The fee entitles recipients to boat or trailer storage and unlimited
use of the dirty work area for the period paid.
22 June 2017
THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT GAZETTE
Beachport Boat Yard
A boat yard fee is to be charged at the Beachport boat yard for
all boats at $4 274 per boat for one year or part thereof. This fee
entitles the recipient to boat storage, 4 slippages, 4 yard shifts
using the straddle carrier and unlimited use of the dirty work area
for one year.
A casual boat storage fee is to be charged at the Beachport boat
yard for all boats at $643 per month or part thereof.
A casual slipping fee (up to two hours) is to be charged at the
Beachport boat yard for all boats at $402.
A casual yard shift fee is to be charged for use of the straddle
carrier to move a boat in one operation within the boat yard for all
boats at $265.
Additional to the above and only when applicable, an after
hours yard shift fee or an after hours slipping fee of $147 may
apply.
Slipway Fees—Kingscote
Use of the Kingscote slipway will be charged a fee of $156 per
day or part thereof.
Dated 13 June 2017.
STEPHEN MULLIGHAN, Minister for
Transport and Infrastructure
HEALTH CARE ACT 2008
Fees and Charges
I, JACK SNELLING, Minister for Health, hereby give notice
pursuant to Section 59 of the Health Care Act 2008, of the
following fees to apply for ambulance services:
These charges will operate from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2018.
$
Emergency 1 call out fee ............................................... 955.00
Emergency 2 call out fee ............................................... 688.00
Non Emergency Fee ...................................................... 213.00
Per Km Charge ................................................................. 5.50
SAAS Incidental Services (Treat No Transport) ........... 213.00
SAAS Incidental Services (Treat No Transport)
Concession ................................................................. 107.00
These charges will be GST-free where the service is in the
course of treatment of a patient who pays for the supply of the
ambulance service. GST may be charged in addition to the above
amounts in circumstances where the Commissioner of Taxation
has ruled that the services are not GST-free, for example, for
services contracted by a hospital.
Dated 10 May 2017.
JACK SNELLING, Minister for Health
2207
HEALTH CARE ACT 2008
Fees and Charges
I, JACK SNELLING, Minister for Health, hereby give notice
pursuant to the Health Care Act 2008, of the following fees to
apply for the purpose of private hospital licensing:
These charges will operate from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2018.
$
Licence application fee (Section 80 (2)) ........................ 398.00
Fee for grant of licence (Section 81 (3)) ........................ 398.00
Variation of licence/conditions of
licence fee (Section 82 (4) (b)) ..................................... 69.50
Annual licence fee (1-25 beds) (Section 84 (2)) ............ 414.00
Annual licence fee (26-50 beds) (Section 84 (2)) .......... 521.00
Annual licence fee (51-100 beds) (Section 84 (2)) ........ 701.00
Annual licence fee (101-150 beds) (Section 84 (2)) ...... 882.00
Annual licence fee (151-200 beds) (Section 84 (2)) .... 1063.00
Annual licence fee (>200 beds) (Section 84 (2)) ......... 1350.00
Application fee for transfer of licence
(Section 85 (2)) ........................................................... 398.00
Application for alteration/extension of licenced
premises (Section 99A (1)) ......................................... 398.00
Dated 10 May 2017.
JACK SNELLING, Minister for Health
HEALTH CARE ACT 2008
Fees and Charges
I, JACK SNELLING, Minister for Health, hereby give notice
pursuant to the Health Care Act 2008, of the following fees to
apply for the purpose of private day procedure centre licensing:
These charges will operate from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2018.
$
Licence application fee (Section 89C (2) (c)) .............. $233.00
Fee for grant of licence (Section 89C (3)) ................... $233.00
Application fee for transfer of licence
(Section 89G (2) (c)) ................................................ $233.00
Variation of licence/conditions of licence fee
(Section 99A (1)) ........................................................ $69.50
Application for alteration/extension of licenced premises
(Section 99A (1)) ...................................................... $233.00
Fee for issuing of deemed licences (section 99A(1)) ... $233.00
The following charge will operate from 1 May 2018 to 30 June
2018.
Annual licence fee (Section 89F (2) (a)) ..................... $233.00
Dated 10 May 2017.
JACK SNELLING, Minister for Health
HEALTH CARE ACT 2008
Fees and Charges
I, JACK SNELLING, Minister for Health, hereby give notice
pursuant to Section 58 of the Health Care Act 2008, of the
following fee to apply for the application of a non-emergency
ambulance licence:
These charges will operate from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2018.
$
Application fee for licence........................................... $175.00
Dated 10 May 2017.
JACK SNELLING, Minister for Health
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THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT GAZETTE
22 June 2017
CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ACT 1984
Fees and Charges
I, LEESA VLAHOS, Minister for Mental Health and Substance Abuse, hereby give notice pursuant to Section 55 of the Controlled
Substances Act 1984, of the following fees to apply for licences issued under the Act:
These charges will operate from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2018.
1. Annual fee for manufacturer’s licence―
(a) for a manufacturer who manufactures only Schedule 1 poisons
No fee
(b) for a manufacturer who manufactures Schedule 2 poisons
$287.00
(c) for a manufacturer who manufactures Schedule 3 poisons
$287.00
(d) for a manufacturer who manufactures Schedule 4 poisons
$287.00
(e) for a manufacturer who manufactures Schedule 7 poisons
$287.00
(f) for a manufacturer who manufactures drugs of dependence
$375.00
NOTE:
The maximum cumulative annual fee—
• for a manufacturer of poisons other than drugs of dependence
• for a manufacturer of drugs of dependence
2. Annual fee for wholesale dealers licence—
(a) for a wholesaler who sells only Schedule 1 poisons
(b) for a wholesaler who sells Schedule 2 poisons
(c) for a wholesaler who sells Schedule 3 poisons
(d) for a wholesaler who sells Schedule 4 poisons
(e) for a wholesaler who sells Schedule 7 poisons
(f) for a wholesaler who sells drugs of dependence
$956.00
$1197.00
No fee
$95.00
$95.00
$192.00
$192.00
$375.00
NOTE:
The maximum cumulative annual fee is—
• for a wholesaler who sells poisons other than drugs of dependence
$479.00
• for a wholesaler who sells drugs of dependence
$733.00
3. Annual fee for retail sellers licence
4. Annual fee for medicine sellers licence
5. Annual fee for licence to supply, possess or administer—
(a) S4 drugs (other than drugs of dependence) (Section 18)
(b) drugs of dependence or equipment (Section 31)
$192.00
$43.75
$95.00
$95.00
NOTE:
The maximum cumulative fee—
• for a licence to supply or administer S4 drugs and drugs of dependence
6. Annual fee for licence to possess Schedule F poisons
Dated 7 May 2017.
$127.00
$143.00
LEESA VLAHOS, Minister for Mental Health
and Substance Abuse
22 June 2017
THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT GAZETTE
2209
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT, WATER AND NATURAL RESOURCES
Unregulated Fees and Charges
I, IAN HUNTER, Minister for Sustainability, Environment and Conservation hereby give notice that the fees and charges set out below
will be charged by the Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources in relation to Mapland, Board of the Botanic Gardens
and State Herbarium, Crown Lands, Adelaide Goal, and the General Reserves Fund: 1
These charges will operate from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2018.
A.
1.
Adelaide Gaol
Self-guided day tours - entry fees:
$
(a) Adult
(b) Concession
(c) Child
(d) Family (2 adults and 2 children OR 1 adult and 3 children)
14.50
12.50
9.00
35.00
(e) Group entry - per adult (minimum of 10 people)
(f) Group entry - per child (minimum of 10 people)
12.50
6.00
B. Mapland
1.
Aerial Photography:
(a) Ortho-rectified Imagery - Admin Fee (Includes 250MB)
(b) Ortho-rectified Imagery Per MB
(c) High Resolution Full Frames (1 - 5 frames)
(d) High Resolution Full Frames (6 - 20 frames)
2.
3.
4.
147.00
0.30
106.00
63.50
(e) High Resolution Full Frames (21 - 50 frames)
(f) High Resolution Full Frames (51 - 100 frames)
(g) High Resolution Full Frames (100+ frames)
(h) Searching Fee
38.00
22.80
13.80
76.00
(i) Thumbnail Image
Aerial Photographic Prints:
(a) A3 - 29.7cm x 42.1cm
(b) A2 - 42.1cm x 59.4cm
30.00
95.00
146.00
(c) A1 - 59.4cm x 84.1cm
(d) A0 - 84.1cm x 118.90cm
Spatial Data:
(a) Digital Cadastral Database (DCDB) - Cadastral Parcels Admin Fee
197.00
248.00
(b) Plus DCDB Parcels (Per 100 Parcels)
(c) Spatial Data Layer
(d) Customised Mapping (per hour)
Sundries:
12.00
186.00
186.00
(a) Royalty and Copyright
(b) Administration Fee
140.00
186.00
C. Crown Lands
1.
Rent inquiries - Land Agents Fee
2.
Once only establishment for Infrastructure licenses to Government agencies
and statutory authorities
3.
Easement to Government agencies
4.
Value of easement rights to public
5.
Bee Site Licences
Note Annual rental fees associated with Crown Lands are to be negotiated on a
case by case basis
186.00
25.75
571.00
284.00
947.00
96.00
D. Board of the Botanic Gardens and State Herbarium
1.
School Education Program fees:
(a) Standard
(b) Equity/Disadvantaged
Note Events fees at the Botanic Gardens are to be negotiated on a case by
case basis
5.00
3.00
*
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E.
1.
2.
3.
THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT GAZETTE
General Reserves Fund (GRF) 2
Park Entry –Statewide: 3
(a) General Entry - vehicle
(b) General Entry - vehicle concession
10.00
8.00
*
*
Park Passes –Statewide: 2
(a) Multi Park Passes - vehicle - entry only
90.00
*
(b) Multi Park Passes - vehicle concession - entry only
(c) Holiday Park Passes - vehicle - entry only
(d) Holiday Park Passes - vehicle concession - entry only
(e) Single Park Passes - vehicle - entry only
70.00
40.00
32.00
60.00
*
*
*
*
(f) Single Park Passes - vehicle concession - entry only
50.00
*
73.00
59.00
43.00
191.00
**
**
**
**
Kangaroo Island (KI) general passes:
4
(a) KI tour pass - Adult
(b) KI tour pass - Concession
(c) KI tour pass - Child
(d) KI tour pass - Family (2 adults and 2 children OR 1 adult and 3 children)
4.
Kangaroo Island Wilderness Trail: 4
2 nights camping (a) Adult
(b) Concession
(c) Child
(d) School Group - per student
4 nights camping (a) Adult
(b) Concession
(c) Child
(d) School Group - per student
5
22 June 2017
89.00
71.00
53.00
39.00
161.00
129.00
96.00
75.00
Flinders Chase National Park: 4
Entry fees:
(a) Adult
(b) Concession
(c) Child
11.00
*
9.00
*
6.00
*
28.00
*
(e) School Group - per student
5.00
*
(f) Group - per adult (minimum of 10 people)
9.00
*
(g) Group - per child (minimum of 10 people)
5.00
**
(a) Adult
16.00
*
(b) Concession
13.00
*
(c) Child
10.00
*
(d) Family (2 adults and 2 children OR 1 adult and 3 children)
42.00
*
Seal Bay - Guided Tour: 4
(includes the Board Walk Experience)
(a) Adult
(b) Concession
35.00
28.00
(c) Child
(d) Family (2 adults and 2 children OR 1 adult and 3 children)
(e) School Group - per student
(f) Group entry - per adult (minimum of 10 people)
20.00
85.00
18.00
30.00
(g) Group entry - per child (minimum of 10 people)
18.00
(d) Family (2 adults and 2 children OR 1 adult and 3 children)
2 Day Pass
6.
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7.
8.
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Seal Bay - Board Walk Experience:
(a) Adult
(b) Concession
16.00
13.00
(c) Child
(d) Family (2 adults and 2 children OR 1 adult and 3 children)
(e) School Group - per student
10.00
42.00
8.00
Kelly Hill Conservation Park: 4
Guided Cave Tour fees
(a) Adult
20.00
(b) Concession
(c) Child
(d) Family (2 adults and 2 children OR 1 adult and 3 children)
(e) School Group - per student
17.00
11.00
51.00
10.00
(f) Group entry - per adult (minimum of 10 people)
(g) Group entry - per child (minimum of 10 people)
Adventure Cave Tour fees
(a) Adult
17.00
10.00
(b) Concession
(c) Child (minimum age 8)
(d) School Group entry - per student
(e) Group entry - per adult (minimum of 10 people)
60.00
45.00
40.00
65.00
(f) Group entry - per child (minimum of 10 people)
40.00
75.00
Naracoorte Caves: 4
Self Guided Tour - Stick-Tomato Cave
(a) Adult
(b) Concession
(c) Child
10.00
8.00
6.00
(d) Family (2 adults and 2 children OR 1 adult and 3 children)
(e) School Group - per student
(f) Group entry - per adult (minimum of 10 people)
(g) Group entry - per child (minimum of 10 people)
27.00
5.00
8.50
5.00
Self Guided Tour - Wonambi Fossil Centre
(a) Adult
(b) Concession
(c) Child
14.00
12.00
8.50
(d) Family (2 adults and 2 children OR 1 adult and 3 children)
(e) School Group - per student
(f) Group entry - per adult (minimum of 10 people)
(g) Group entry - per child (minimum of 10 people)
38.00
7.00
12.00
7.00
Self Guided Tour – Stick-Tomato Cave and Wonambi Fossil Centre
(a) Adult
(b) Concession
(c) Child
16.00
13.00
9.50
(d) Family (2 adults and 2 children OR 1 adult and 3 children)
(e) School Group - per student
(f) Group entry - per adult (minimum of 10 people)
(g) Group entry - per child (minimum of 10 people)
43.00
9.00
14.00
9.00
Guided Tour - Alexandra Cave
(a) Adult
(b) Concession
(c) Child
22.00
18.00
13.00
(d) Family (2 adults and 2 children OR 1 adult and 3 children)
(e) School Group - per student
61.00
10.50
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(f) Group entry - per adult (minimum of 10 people)
(g) Group entry - per child (minimum of 10 people)
Guided Tour - Blanche Cave - Bat Observation
19.00
10.50
(a) Adult
(b) Concession
(c) Child
(d) Family (2 adults and 2 children OR 1 adult and 3 children)
25.50
20.50
15.50
71.00
(e) School Group - per student
(f) Group entry - per adult (minimum of 10 people)
(g) Group entry - per child (minimum of 10 people)
Guided Tour - Victoria Fossil Cave
13.00
25.00
13.00
(a) Adult
(b) Concession
(c) Child
(d) Family (2 adults and 2 children OR 1 adult and 3 children)
32.00
26.00
16.00
78.00
(e) School Group - per student
(f) Group entry - per adult (minimum of 10 people)
(g) Group entry - per child (minimum of 10 people)
14.00
27.00
14.00
Tantanoola Caves Conservation Park: 4
Tour fees
(a) Adult
14.00
(b) Concession
(c) Child
(d) Family (2 adults and 2 children OR 1 adult and 3 children)
(e) School Group - per student
11.00
7.00
35.00
6.50
(f) Group entry - per adult (minimum of 10 people)
(g) Group entry - per child (minimum of 10 people)
(h) Learn by activity - child
10.00
6.50
9.00
Cleland Wildlife Park: 4
Admission fees
(a) Adult
(b) Concession
(c) Child
25.00
20.00
12.00
(d) Family (2 adults and 2 children OR 1 adult and 3 children)
(e) School Group - per student
(f) Group entry - per adult (minimum of 10 people)
(g) Group entry - per child (minimum of 10 people)
60.00
11.50
21.00
11.00
Notes:
1 Some fees and charges such as parks passes, camping, and facilities hire are not included in this Notice. These fees differ in each Region/Site and are
subject to change due to various reasons not limited to event hires, and peak and off-peak seasons.
Unregulated fees and charges are set by the Minister and can be waived by the Chief Executive or delegates.
Fees are GST inclusive unless otherwise indicated.
*GST Exempt.
**includes GST inclusive and GST Exempt components.
2 Under Section 43C (2) of the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1972:
Where a fee fixed under subsection (1) is payable, or has been paid, the relevant authority may, if he or she thinks fit, waive or refund the whole or part of
the fee. All full/part fee waivers of Minister approved fees require approval from the Director, National Parks & Wildlife or delegated authority.
3 Exclusions Apply. Term & Conditions are available at www.environment.sa.gov.au.
4 Term & Conditions of entry are available at www.environment.sa.gov.au.
Dated 29 May 2017.
IAN HUNTER, Minister for Sustainability, Environment and Conservation
22 June 2017
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PASSENGER TRANSPORT REGULATIONS 2009
DETERMINATION OF FARES AND CHARGES FOR REGULAR PASSENGER SERVICES WITHIN METROPOLITAN ADELAIDE 2017
Metrofares Changes as Result of Introduction of the Regular and Concession Cruise Ship Daytrip Metrocard/Ticket
PURSUANT to Regulations 149 (1) and (c) of the Passenger Transport Regulations 2009, I have approved that the Regular and
Concession Cruise Ship Daytrip Metrocard/ticket provided in Schedule 1 below as a ticket entitling the holder to travel on a passenger
vehicle in accordance with the information encoded and/or printed on the ticket. I have determined that the Fee for the Regular and
Concession Cruise Ship Daytrip Metrocard/ticket will be effective from 2 July 2017 as per Schedule 1 of this Notice.
Dated 22 June 2017.
STEPHEN MULLIGHAN, Minister for Transport and Infrastructure
SCHEDULE 1
Attachment A
Effective from 2 July 2017
Journey
Fare
Where Tickets are Available From
1. Metrocard Cruise Ship Daytrip
 Unlimited travel all day until 4.30 a.m. on
any bus, train or tram service
Regular Cruise Ship Daytrip
Metrocard—$10
The Daytrip Metrocard/ticket is only available
to Cruise Ship passengers with a valid Cruise
Ship identification.
 Two children under 15 years of age travel
free at all times when accompanied by an
adult using a Cruise Ship daytrip Metrocard
or ticket
Concession Cruise Ship
Daytrip Ticket—$5
The Daytrip Metrocard/ticket is only sold at the
Adelaide Metro Outlet at Outer Harbor
Railway Station and InfoCentre within
Adelaide Railway Station.
Regular Cruise Ship Daytrip Metrocard
2214
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PASSENGER TRANSPORT REGULATIONS 2009
Determination of Fares and Charges for Regular Passenger Services within Metropolitan Adelaide 2017-2018
PURSUANT to Regulation 149 (1) (a) of the Passenger Transport Regulations 2009, I have determined that the fares and charges to be
paid by passengers on a regular passenger service are the fares and charges set out in Schedule 1.
These fares and charges will be effective from 2 July 2017.
Dated 6 April 2017.
STEPHEN MULLIGHAN, Minister for Transport and Infrastructure
22 June 2017
THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT GAZETTE
2215
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22 June 2017
POLICE SERVICE
Fees and Charges
Description of Police Service
Aircraft Hire
Aircraft operating charge (Cessna 402)—
This fee includes up to 1 pilot and 1 dropmaster/dispatcher
per hour or part thereof
Aircraft operating charge (Pilatus PC12)—
This fee includes up to 1 pilot and 1 dropmaster/dispatcher per
hour or part thereof
Additional crew—
Pilot/dropmaster/dispatcher per hour or part thereof
Current Fee
(GST Inclusive)
2016-2017
$
Proposed Fee
(GST Inclusive)
2017-2018
$
(GST applicable)
1 199.00
1 225.00
1 758.00
1 797.00
90.50
92.50
76.50
76.50
76.50
76.50
78.00
78.00
78.00
78.00
112.00
114.00
1.15
2.00
4.80
1.20
2.05
4.90
19.10
17.00
19.10
11.50
38.25
28.50
26.50
25.75
38.25
30.50
38.25
34.00
57.00
46.75
4.80
19.50
17.40
19.50
11.80
39.00
29.25
27.00
26.25
39.00
31.25
39.00
34.75
58.50
47.75
4.90
12.40
16.10
12.70
16.50
49.00
55.50
50.00
56.50
111.00
147.00
170.00
113.00
150.00
174.00
147.00
170.00
0.85
332.00
111.00
332.00
661.00
111.00
332.00
661.00
150.00
174.00
0.85
339.00
113.00
339.00
676.00
113.00
339.00
676.00
76.50
0.85
78.00
0.85
Personnel
Destruction of registration label—required to leave station
Bus driver per hour or part thereof
Deactivate firearms—inspection and certification
Police personnel—general
Interviews by solicitors (per member in presence of officer
of police) per hour of part thereof
Photocopies
A4 (297mm x 210mm)
A3 (420mm x 297mm)
Postage (Up to 50 photocopies within Australia)
Photographs
Black and White
12.7cm x 17.8cm (5" x 7")
each additional print
20.3cm x 25.5cm (8" x 10")
each additional print
40cm x 50cm (16" x 20")
each additional print
Colour
14cm x 18cm (5.5" x 7")
each additional print
15cm x 20cm (6" x 8")
each additional print
20cm x 25cm (8" x 10")
each additional print
40cm x 50cm (16" x 20")
each additional print
Postage (up to 50 negatives, slides or prints within Australia)
Storing Private Vehicles
Collision damaged vehicles, motor cars, motor cycles, caravans
or trailers, per day:
In open locked storage
In covered locked storage
Other Vehicles, per day:
In open locked storage
In covered locked storage
Escorts
Over-dimensional loads, labour charges;
provided Monday to Friday:
During business hours (per police officer)
Outside of business hours
All time exceeding 3 hours (per police officer)
provided on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays:
For initial 3 hours of escort (per police officer) or part thereof
for initial three hours of escort
For any subsequent hours required
Vehicle charges per kilometre (per vehicle)
Late booking fee
Cancellation Fee 1
Cancellation Fee 2 (within 7 days)
Cancellation Fee 3 (within 24 hours)
Modification Fee 1
Modification Fee 2 (within 7 days)
Modification Fee 3 (within 24 hours)
Escorts other than over-dimensional loads per hour
(per police officer) or part thereof
Vehicle charges per kilometre (per vehicle)
Dated 20 April 2017.
PETER MALINAUSKAS, Minister for Police
22 June 2017
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2217
PUBLIC SECTOR ACT 2009
Section 71
PURSUANT to Sections (5) (a) and (6) of the Public Sector Act 2009, the following details of all appointments to the Minister’s personal staff
under this section (other than those described in previous reports under this section) is provided:
In accordance with the standing practice first introduced with the commencement of the Public Sector Management Act 1995 details of
employer superannuation liabilities and fringe benefits tax for each employee are not included in this report. These liabilities vary from employee
to employee and are not paid directly to the employee. This information is included in aggregate form in salary data contained in departmental
annual reports.
APPOINTEE
POSITION
SALARY
Not applicable.
In terms of Sections (5) and (6) of the Public Sector Act 2009, the following information relating to the appointment of all Ministers'
personal staff is provided as at 19 June 2017.
APPOINTEE
POSITION
SALARY
MINISTER: Premier
NUMBER OF MINISTERIAL STAFF:
Romeo
43.10 FTE
Daniel
Chief of Staff
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park, private plated motor vehicle, home
delivered newspapers
McCormick
Alan
Senior Economic Adviser
salary sacrifice of $18,210 p.a. for a motor vehicle, home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal
use of mobile telephone, provision of home broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car
park
Boyer
Blair
Deputy Chief of Staff - Policy
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Burford
Christopher
Director Media and Communications
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Green
Peter
Media Monitoring Service Manager
reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home broadband connection and $30 per month for access
of that service, car park
Burnie
Rhett
Media Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Reid
Simonne
Media Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Williams
Annie
Media Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Todd
Adam
Chief Media Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Bourke
Emily
Director Strategy & Communications
0.8 FTE, home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of
home broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Grogan
Karen
Senior Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Kersten
Rebecca
Digital Content Manager
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Parker
Catherine
Policy Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Wilkins
David
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Batistich
Mark
Speech Writer
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service
Bauer
Catherine
Media Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
$202,179
$192,469
$166,460
$157,251
$132,032
$130,047
$130,047
$130,047
$130,000
$125,801
$125,000
$116,725
$116,725
$116,725
$114,868
$114,868
2218
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Brice
Rebecca
Media Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Bryson
Callie
Premier's Media Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Gillick
Jason
Media Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Jezuchowski
Gerda
Media Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Lower
Richard
Media Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Playford
Jessica
Media Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Perre
Pamela
Media Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Puddy
Rebecca
Media Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Russell
David
Media Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Smith
Tanalee
Media Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Fanaras
Patricia
Executive Assistant
reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, car park
Ware
Amy
Ministerial Adviser
0.9 FTE until 30/6/17, home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone,
provision of home broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Treloar
Chad
Digital Content Producer
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service
McClelland
Roanna
Policy Adviser
0.8 FTE until 31/12/17, home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone,
provision of home broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Cooper
Angelina
Principal Monitor, Media Monitoring Service
Smart
22 June 2017
$114,868
$114,868
$114,868
$114,868
$114,868
$114,868
$114,868
$114,868
$114,868
$114,868
$107,596
$105,053
$94,608
$93,380
$86,170
Melanie
Research Officer to the Assistant Minister to the Premier
reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, car park
Wolstencroft
Belinda
Media Unit Officer
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Hood
Lucy
Premier's Adviser
0.6 FTE, home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of
home broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Allen
Connie
Media Monitor
$82,399
Buntain
Nicholle
Media Monitor
$71,790
Foote
Vicki
Media Monitor
$71,790
Moloney
Kaye
Media Monitor
$71,790
Priestley
Laura
Media Monitor
$71,790
Riley
Megan
Media Monitor
$71,790
Smith
Jenny
Media Monitor
$71,790
Thompson
Jennifer
Media Monitor
$71,790
Scopazzi
Cheryl
Assistant to Ministerial Advisers
$70,762
Hill
Julie
Adviser
0.6 FTE, home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of
home broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
O'Neil
Shannon
Ministerial Adviser
0.4 FTE, home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of
home broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
$81,621
$78,028
$71,790
$48,973
$43,038
22 June 2017
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2219
MINISTER: Deputy Premier, Attorney-General, Minister for Justice Reform, Minister for Planning, Minister for Industrial
Relations,
Minister for Child Protection Reform, Minister for the Public Sector, Minister for Consumer and Business Services, Minister for the
City of Adelaide
NUMBER OF MINISTERIAL STAFF:
5.80 FTE
Kandelaars
Matthew
Chief of Staff
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Evans
William
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Geytenbeek
Peter
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Lucas
Chelsea
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Watson
James
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Sampson
Shannon
Ministerial Adviser
0.8 FTE, home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of
home broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
$157,251
$107,596
$107,596
$107,596
$107,596
$86,077
MINISTER: Minister for Employment, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation, Minister for Manufacturing and
Innovation, Minister for Automotive Transformation, Minister for Science and Information Economy
NUMBER OF MINISTERIAL STAFF:
Love
Andrew
Chief of Staff
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Christie
Andrew
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Hewlett
Gillian
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Rust
Amy
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of t
Smith
Cameron
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
5.00 FTE
$149,762
$107,596
$107,596
$107,596
$107,596
MINISTER: Minister for Health, Minister for the Arts, Minister for Health Industries
NUMBER OF MINISTERIAL STAFF:
Hillard
Matthew
Chief of Staff
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Blaikie
Catherine
Senior Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Harriss
Corey
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Karanikos-Mimis Spiro
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
McDonnell
Simone
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
5.00 FTE
$157,251
$130,047
$107,596
$107,596
$107,596
MINISTER: Treasurer, Minister for Finance, Minister for State Development, Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy
NUMBER OF MINISTERIAL STAFF:
Pilkington
Jarrad
Chief of Staff
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
6.00 FTE
$157,251
2220
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Russell
Christopher
Senior Economic Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Schwartz
Emma
Senior Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Antonopoulos
Nick
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Labropoulos
Peter
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Paech
Gemma
Research Officer to the Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer
reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, car park
22 June 2017
$130,047
$130,047
$107,596
$107,596
$82,399
MINISTER: Minister for Sustainability, Environment and Conservation, Minister for Water and the River Murray, Minister
for Climate Change
NUMBER OF MINISTERIAL STAFF:
5.00 FTE
Marsden
Belinda
Chief of Staff
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Chilcott
Bradley
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Kandola
Shobazdeep
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Lewis
Genevieve
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Probst
Cathy
Personal Assistant to the Minister
reasonable personal use of mobile telephone
$149,762
$107,596
$107,596
$107,596
$75,292
MINISTER: Minister for Agriculture, Food and Fisheries, Minister for Forests, Minister for Tourism, Minister for
Recreation and Sport, Minister for Racing
NUMBER OF MINISTERIAL STAFF:
4.00 FTE
Sibley
Ruth
Chief of Staff
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Anderson
Lucy
Ministerial Adviser
reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home broadband connection and $30 per month for access
of that service, car park
Fistr
Alice
Ministerial Adviser
Reasonable personal use of a mobile telephone, provision of home boradband connection and $30 per month for
access of that service, car park
Georganas
George
Ministerial Adviser
reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, car park
$149,762
$107,596
$107,596
$107,596
MINISTER: Minister for Investment and Trade, Minister for Small Business, Minister for Defence Industries, Minister for
Veterans' Affairs
NUMBER OF MINISTERIAL STAFF:
4.00 FTE
Naughton
Kevin
Chief of Staff
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Cocking
Melissa
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Petty
Adrienne
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Rollison
Cheryl
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
$157,251
$107,596
$107,596
$107,596
MINISTER: Minister for Regional Development, Minister for Local Government
NUMBER OF MINISTERIAL STAFF:
Fearn
Malcolm
Chief of Staff
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
2.00 FTE
$149,762
22 June 2017
Gallery
THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT GAZETTE
Skana
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
2221
$107,596
MINISTER: Minister for Communities and Social Inclusion, Minister for Social Housing, Minister for the Status of Women,
Minister for Ageing, Minister for Multicultural Affairs, Minister for Youth, Minister for Volunteers
NUMBER OF MINISTERIAL STAFF:
Brown
Michael
Chief of Staff
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Agoth
Nyanwell
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Cusack
Emmanuel
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Makin
Jeremy
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Stinson
Jayne
Ministerial Adviser
0.6 FTE, home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of
home broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
4.60 FTE
$149,762
$107,596
$107,596
$107,596
$64,558
MINISTER: Minister for Education and Child Development, Minister for Higher Education and Skills
NUMBER OF MINISTERIAL STAFF:
Vines
Joshua
Chief of Staff
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Petrovski
Mirce
Senior Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Fletcher
Robert
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Gore
Emily
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Newman
Rhiannon
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Ryan
Paul
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
6.00 FTE
$157,251
$130,047
$107,596
$107,596
$107,596
$107,596
MINISTER: Minister for Transport and Infrastructure, Minister for Housing and Urban Development
NUMBER OF MINISTERIAL STAFF:
Bistrovic
John
Chief of Staff
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Chrisan
Manuel
Senior Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Atkinson
John
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Blefari
Connie
Ministerial Adviser
(On leave until 1/9/17), home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone,
provision of home broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Leyson
Matthew
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Puopolo
Vincenzo
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
6.00 FTE
$157,251
$130,047
$107,596
$107,596
$107,596
$107,596
2222
THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT GAZETTE
22 June 2017
MINISTER: Minister for Disabilities, Minister for Mental Health and Substance Abuse
NUMBER OF MINISTERIAL STAFF:
Runnel
Sam
Chief of Staff
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Legaspi
Juan
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Schomburgk
Jonathan
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
3.00 FTE
$149,762
$107,596
$107,596
MINISTER: Minister for Police, Minister for Correctional Services, Minister for Emergency Services, Minister for Road
Safety
NUMBER OF MINISTERIAL STAFF:
3.00 FTE
Lombardi
Nicola
Chief of Staff
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Agness
James
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
Wilkins
Josephine
Ministerial Adviser
home telephone rental and two thirds of calls, reasonable personal use of mobile telephone, provision of home
broadband connection and $30 per month for access of that service, car park
$149,762
$107,596
$107,596
Dated 20 June 2017.
JAY WEATHERILL, LLB, BEc, GDLP, MP
22 June 2017
THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT GAZETTE
2223
South Australia
Residential Tenancies (Miscellaneous) Amendment Act
(Commencement) Proclamation 2017
1—Short title
This proclamation may be cited as the Residential Tenancies (Miscellaneous) Amendment
Act (Commencement) Proclamation 2017.
2—Commencement
The Residential Tenancies (Miscellaneous) Amendment Act 2016 (No 45 of 2016) will come
into operation on 3 July 2017.
Made by the Governor
with the advice and consent of the Executive Council
on 22 June 2017
CBS0005/16CS
2224
THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT GAZETTE
22 June 2017
South Australia
Statutes Amendment and Repeal (Simplify) Act
(Commencement) Proclamation 2017
1—Short title
This proclamation may be cited as the Statutes Amendment and Repeal (Simplify) Act
(Commencement) Proclamation 2017.
2—Commencement of provisions
(1)
Parts 6, 9 and 17 of the Statutes Amendment and Repeal (Simplify) Act 2017 (No 7 of 2017)
(the Act) will come into operation on 22 June 2017.
(2)
Parts 2, 4, 16, 25, 30 and 31 and sections 18 and 20 of the Act will come into operation on 1
July 2017.
(3)
Part 28 of the Act will come into operation on 14 July 2017.
(4)
Part 19 (other than section 76(2) and section 83) of the Act will come into operation on 1
November 2017.
Made by the Governor
with the advice and consent of the Executive Council
on 22 June 2017
DPC17/027CS

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