Egmont National Park Bylaws 1981

2 Interpretation
  • In these bylaws, unless the context otherwise requires,—

    aerodrome means an aerodrome licensed under the Civil Aviation Regulations 1953; and includes any place which is within the park and which is authorised under those regulations for use as an aerodrome

    camp includes staying overnight in any vehicle or boat

    camping site means any area that has been appropriated as a camping site under section 49(1)(d) of the Act or under section 28(1)(i) of the National Parks Act 1952

    hut means a hut, hostel, or other building owned by the Department and available for public accommodation in the park

    hut warden means an officer or employee of the Department bearing a written authorisation from the Commissioner empowering him to supervise the activities relating to any hut or huts in the park

    official notice means a conspicuous notice publicly displayed containing instructions or directions as to conduct in the park

    Park means the Egmont National Park

    road includes all tracks formed for the use of vehicles and all bridges, culverts, and fords forming part of any road.

    Other expressions defined in the Act have the meanings so defined.

    Bylaw 2 camp: inserted, on 2 January 1997, by bylaw 2 of the Egmont National Park Bylaws 1981, Amendment No 1 (SR 1996/357).

    Bylaw 2 camping site: inserted, on 2 January 1997, by bylaw 2 of the Egmont National Park Bylaws 1981, Amendment No 1 (SR 1996/357).