Division 4 Management of Sydney Ferries
35H, 35I (Repealed)
35J Chief Executive of Sydney Ferries
The Director-General may, with the approval of the Minister,
appoint a Chief Executive of Sydney Ferries.
Note. Schedule 2 contains ancillary provisions relating to the Chief
Executive of Sydney Ferries.
35K Chief Executive to manage Sydney Ferries
(1) The affairs of Sydney Ferries are to be managed and controlled by
the Chief Executive of Sydney Ferries in accordance with any directions of
TfNSW under section 3G.
(2) Any act, matter or thing done in the name of, or on behalf of,
Sydney Ferries by the Chief Executive is taken to have been done by Sydney
35M Sydney Ferries to supply information to
Sydney Ferries must:
(a) supply the Minister or a person nominated by the Minister with any
information relating to its activities that the Minister or person may
(b) keep the Minister informed of the general conduct of its
activities, and of any significant development in its
35N Corporate plans
(1) Sydney Ferries must, at least 3 months before the beginning of
each financial year of Sydney Ferries, prepare and deliver to TfNSW a draft
corporate plan for the financial year.
(2) Sydney Ferries must:
(a) consider any comments on the draft corporate plan that were made
by TfNSW within 2 months after the draft plan was delivered to TfNSW,
(b) deliver the completed corporate plan to TfNSW before the beginning
of the financial year concerned.
(3) During the preparation of a corporate plan after the commencement
of this subsection, Sydney Ferries is to make a draft plan available for
public comment for at least 30 days and is to have regard to any submissions
it receives about the draft plan within that period. The arrangements for
obtaining or inspecting the draft plan and for making submissions are to be
advertised in a daily newspaper circulating throughout the
(4) Sydney Ferries is to make the completed corporate plan available
for public inspection. However, Sydney Ferries is not required to include in
any draft or completed plan made available for public comment or inspection
information that is of a commercially sensitive nature or that it would
otherwise not be required to disclose under the Government Information (Public Access) Act
(5) Sydney Ferries must, as far as practicable, exercise its functions
in accordance with the relevant corporate plan.
(6) A corporate plan is to specify:
(a) the separate activities of Sydney Ferries and, in particular, the
separate commercial and non-commercial activities, and
(b) the objectives of each such separate activity for the financial
year concerned and for future financial years, and
(c) the strategies, policies and budgets for achieving those
objectives in relation to each such separate activity, and
(d) the targets and criteria for assessing Sydney Ferries’
(7) This section is subject to any requirement made by or under this
Act (including the requirements of any direction by the Minister or TfNSW
under this Act).
35QA Delegation of functions of Sydney Ferries
(1) Sydney Ferries may delegate to an authorised person any of its
functions, other than this power of delegation.
(2) A delegate may sub-delegate to an authorised person any function
delegated by Sydney Ferries if the delegate is authorised in writing to do so
by Sydney Ferries.
(3) In this section, authorised
(a) an officer of Sydney Ferries, or
(b) a person of a class prescribed by the regulations or approved by