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National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974 No 80
Current version for 26 October 2018 to date (accessed 22 September 2019 at 19:48)
Part 10 Section 143
143   Charges and fees
(1)  Where the Minister, the Chief Executive or an officer of the Service:
(a)  supplies any service, product or commodity,
(b)  grants any licence to carry on a trade, business or occupation,
(c)  gives, varies or transfers any permission, consent or approval or issues any licence, registration certificate or permit,
(d)  furnishes any information,
(e)  processes an application for any permission, consent, approval, licence, registration certificate or permit (including by making an inspection or conducting an audit in connection with the application),
(f)  provides advice on request (including by way of lecture or seminar), or
(g)  provides administrative services on request (including photocopying and the like),
under this Act or the regulations, the Wilderness Act 1987 or the Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995 or the regulations under those Acts or in connection with any national park, historic site, state conservation area, regional park, nature reserve, karst conservation reserve or Aboriginal area, the Chief Executive or an officer of the Service may make, demand, levy and recover such charges and fees as may be prescribed or where no charge or fee is prescribed such charges and fees as may be fixed by the Chief Executive, subject to the maximum (if any) prescribed.
(2)  Nothing in this section prevents the Chief Executive or an officer of the Service making, demanding, levying or recovering separate charges or fees in respect of the same person for the supply of different things or carrying out of different activities.
(3)  The services referred to in subsection (1) include, but are not limited to, health or building services provided or maintained by the Chief Executive in a national park, historic site, state conservation area, regional park, nature reserve, karst conservation reserve or Aboriginal area.