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No. 4 129


THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE

www.governmentgazette.sa.gov.au




PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY


ALL PUBLIC ACTS appearing in this GAZETTE are to be considered official, and obeyed as such

ADELAIDE, THURSDAY, 21 JANUARY 2016


CONTENTS


Page

Appointments, Resignations, Etc. 130

Corporations and District Councils—Notices 161

Correctional Services Act 1982—Notice 130

Environment Protection Act 1993—Notice 134

Fisheries Management Act 2007—Notice 130

Geographical Names Act 1991—Notice 130

Mining Act 1971—Notices 130

National Parks and Wildlife (National Parks) Regulations
2001—Notices 132

Proclamations 152

Public Trustee Office—Administration of Estates 162
REGULATIONS

Primary Industry Funding Schemes Act 1998

(No. 7 of 2016) 154

Radiation Protection and Control Act 1982

(No. 8 of 2016) 158

Roads (Opening and Closing) Act 1991—Notices 132

Road Traffic (Average Speed Camera Location—
Northern Expressway) Notice 2015—[Republished] 147

Unclaimed Moneys Act 1891—Notices 163




GOVERNMENT GAZETTE NOTICES

Notices for publication in the South Australian Government Gazette should be emailed to governmentgazette@dpc.sa.gov.au. Content should be sent as Word format attachment(s). Covering emails should include the date the notice is to be published and to whom the notice will be charged. Closing time for lodgement is 4 p.m. on the Tuesday preceding the regular Thursday publication. Gazette enquiries to: Phone 8207 1045. The Government Gazette is available online at: www.governmentgazette.sa.gov.au.




Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 21 January 2016

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned to the Police Disciplinary Tribunal, pursuant to the provisions of the Police (Complaints and Disciplinary Proceedings) Act 1985:

Panel Member: (from 21 January 2016 until 28 April 2017)

Alison Frances Adair

Rodney Oates,

and the Protective Security Officers Disciplinary Tribunal, pursuant to the provisions of the Police (Complaints and Disciplinary Proceedings) Act 1985:

Panel Member: (from 21 January 2016 until 28 April 2017)

Alison Frances Adair

Rodney Oates

By command,

Kyam Joseph Maher, for Premier

AGO0007/16CS

Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 21 January 2016

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint Alison Frances Adair as a Magistrate commencing from 21 January 2016, pursuant to the provisions of the Magistrates Act 1983.

By command,



Kyam Joseph Maher, for Premier

AGO0007/16CS

Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 21 January 2016

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint Rodney Oates as a Magistrate on a part-time basis (0.5 FTE) commencing from 21 January 2016, pursuant to the provisions of the Magistrates Act 1983.

By command,



Kyam Joseph Maher, for Premier

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Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Adelaide, 21 January 2016

HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to authorise Alison Frances Adair and Rodney Oates to issue recognition certificates for the purposes of the Sexual Reassignment Act 1988, effective from 21 January 2016, pursuant to Section 7 of the Sexual Reassignment Act 1988.

By command,



Kyam Joseph Maher, for Premier

AGO0007/16CS


CORRECTIONAL SERVICES ACT 1982



Notice of an Award of Damages to a Prisoner

IN accordance with Section 81E of the Correctional Services Act 1982, notice is given that an award of damages has been made to Andre Chad Parenzee in a claim against the State Award monies have been paid into the Prisoner Compensation Quarantine Fund, where it will be held until legal proceedings are finally determined, initially 12 months.

Victims in relation to criminal acts of Andre Chad Parenzee are invited to seek further information from the Chief Executive, Department for Correctional Services, South Australia. To do so, please contact the Chief Executive by writing to G.P.O. Box 1747, Adelaide, S.A. 5001.

Dated 21 January 2016.



J. Casey, Director Governance and Executive Support

FISHERIES MANAGEMENT ACT 2007: SECTION 79

TAKE notice that it is hereby declared that it shall be unlawful for any person to engage in the class of fishing activity specified in Schedule 1 during the period specified in Schedule 2.

Schedule 1

The act of taking cuttlefish (Sepia species) in the waters of northern Spencer Gulf north of the line commencing at the Mean High Water Springs closest to 33°5539.942S 136°3420.131E (near Arno Bay) to the Mean High Water Springs closest to 33°5539.942S 137°3714.527E (Wallaroo Jetty).

Schedule 2

1200 hours on 15 February 2016 until 1200 hours on 15 February 2017.

Dated 12 January 2016.



S. Sloan, Director, Fisheries and Aquaculture Policy

GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES ACT 1991



Intention to Alter the Spelling of a Place

NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to the provisions of the above act, that the Minister for Transport and Infrastructure seeks public comment on a proposal to alter the spelling of the name Southport beach to South Port Beach for that feature located on the 1:50 000 Mapsheet Noarlunga (6627-4 and Pt 6527-1) at latitude 35.15946S and longitude 138.46951E.

Submissions in writing regarding this proposal may be lodged with the Surveyor-General, G.P.O. Box 1357, Adelaide S.A. 5001, within one month of the publication of this notice.

The plan for this naming proposal can be viewed on the Land Services website located at www.sa.gov.au/landservices/naming


proposals
.

Dated 11 January 2016.



M. Burdett, Surveyor-General, Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure

MINING ACT 1971

NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with Section 28 (5) of the Mining Act 1971, that the Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy proposes to grant an Exploration Licence over the undermentioned area.

Applicant: Perilya Limited

Location: Parachilna Area—Approximately 80 km south of Leigh Creek.

Pastoral Leases: Moolooloo, Alpana and Mount Falkland.

Term: 2 years

Area in km2: 21

Ref.: 2015/00098

Plan and co-ordinates can be found on the Department of State Development website: www.minerals.statedevelopment.sa.gov.au/


exploration/public_notices
or by phoning Mineral Tenements on (08) 8463 3103.

J. Martin, Mining Registrar

MINING ACT 1971

NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with Section 28 (5) of the Mining Act 1971, that the Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy proposes to grant an Exploration Licence over the undermentioned area.

Applicant: Yunnan International Mining Investment Corp. Pty Ltd

Location: Mount Samuel Area—Approximately 50 km south-south-east of Leigh Creek.

Pastoral Leases: Beltana, Nilpena, Moolooloo, Alpana and Mount Falkland.

Term: 2 years

Area in km2: 203

Ref.: 2015/00138

Plan and co-ordinates can be found on the Department of State Development website: www.minerals.statedevelopment.sa.gov.au/


exploration/public_notices
or by phoning Mineral Tenements on (08) 8463 3103.

J. Martin, Mining Registrar

MINING ACT 1971

NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with Section 28 (5) of the Mining Act 1971, that the Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy proposes to grant an Exploration Licence over the undermentioned area.

Applicant: FMG Resources Pty Ltd

Location: Playford Area—Approximately 120 km north-west of Woomera.

Pastoral Leases: Billa Kalina

Term: 2 years

Area in km2: 202

Ref.: 2015/00176

Plan and co-ordinates can be found on the Department of State Development website: www.minerals.statedevelopment.sa.gov.au/


exploration/public_notices
or by phoning Mineral Tenements on 08 8463 3103.

J. Martin, Mining Registrar

MINING ACT 1971

NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with Section 28 (5) of the Mining Act 1971, that the Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy proposes to grant an Exploration Licence over the undermentioned area.

Applicant: Challenger Gold Operations Pty Ltd

Location: Sandstone Area—Approximately 140 km north-west of Tarcoola.

Pastoral Leases: Commonwealth Hill

Term: 2 years

Area in km2: 42

Ref.: 2015/00186

Plan and co-ordinates can be found on the Department of State Development website: www.minerals.statedevelopment.sa.gov.au/


exploration/public_notices
or by phoning Mineral Tenements on (08) 8463 3103.

J. Martin, Mining Registrar

MINING ACT 1971

NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with Section 28 (5) of the Mining Act 1971, that the Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy proposes to grant an Exploration Licence over the undermentioned area.

Applicant: FMG Resources Pty Ltd

Location: Billa Kalina Area—Approximately 100 km north-west of Roxby Downs.

Pastoral Leases: Billa Kalina

Term: 2 years

Area in km2: 60

Ref.: 2015/00195

Plan and co-ordinates can be found on the Department of State Development website: www.minerals.statedevelopment.sa.gov.au/


exploration/public_notices
or by phoning Mineral Tenements on (08) 8463 3103.

J. Martin, Mining Registrar

MINING ACT 1971

NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with Section 28 (5) of the Mining Act 1971, that the Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy proposes to grant an Exploration Licence over the undermentioned area.

Applicant: FMG Resources Pty Ltd

Location: Oak Dam Area—Approximately 35 km north-north-east of Woomera.

Pastoral Leases: Purple Downs and Arcoona.

Term: 2 years

Area in km2: 43

Ref.: 2015/00196

Plan and co-ordinates can be found on the Department of State Development website: www.minerals.statedevelopment.sa.gov.au/


exploration/public_notices
or by phoning Mineral Tenements on 08 8463 3103.

J. Martin, Mining Registrar

MINING ACT 1971

NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with Section 35A (1) of the Mining Act 1971, that an application for a mineral lease over the undermentioned mineral claim has been received:

Applicants: JT Crettenden and SB Crettenden

Claim Number: 4394

Location: Section 4, Hundred of Nicholls (Brooker Area—Approximately 40 km north of Cummins).

Area: 22.45 hectares approximately.

Purpose: Industrial Minerals (Lime Sand—Agricultural).

Ref.: T03008

Details of the proposal may be inspected at the Department of State Development, Mineral Resources Division, Level 7, 101 Grenfell Street, Adelaide S.A. 5000.

A copy of the proposal has been provided to the District Council of Tumby Bay and an electronic copy of the proposal can be found on the Department of State Development website: http://minerals.statedevelopment.sa.gov.au/mining/public_notices_mining.

Written submissions in relation to this application are invited to be received at the Department of State Development, Mining Regulation, Attn: Business Support Officer, G.P.O. Box 320, Adelaide S.A. 5001 by no later than 4 February 2016.

The Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy is required to have regard to these submissions in determining whether to grant or refuse the application and, if so, the terms and conditions on which they should be granted.

When you make a written submission, that submission becomes a public record. Your submission will be provided to the applicant and may be made available for public inspection unless confidentiality is requested.



J. Martin, Mining Registrar

MINING ACT 1971

NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with Section 35A (1) of the Mining Act 1971, that an application for an extractive minerals lease over the undermentioned mineral claim has been received:

Applicant: Cave Quarries Pty Ltd

Claim Number: 4381

Location: Allotment 2, Deposited Plan 76279 (Tumby Bay Area—Approximately 40 km north-north-east of Port Lincoln).

Area: 9.76 hectares approximately.

Purpose: Construction Materials (Limestone).

Ref.: T02991

Details of the proposal may be inspected at the Department of State Development, Mineral Resources Division, Level 7, 101 Grenfell Street, Adelaide S.A. 5000.

A copy of the proposal has been provided to the District Council of Tumby Bay and an electronic copy of the proposal can be found on the Department of State Development website: http://minerals.statedevelopment.sa.gov.au/mining/public_notices_mining.

Written submissions in relation to this application are invited to be received at the Department of State Development, Mining Regulation, Attn: Business Support Officer, G.P.O. Box 320, Adelaide S.A. 5001 by no later than 4 February 2016.

The Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy is required to have regard to these submissions in determining whether to grant or refuse the application and, if so, the terms and conditions on which they should be granted.

When you make a written submission, that submission becomes a public record. Your submission will be provided to the applicant and may be made available for public inspection unless confidentiality is requested.



J. Martin, Mining Registrar

NATIONAL PARKS AND WILDLIFE (NATIONAL PARKS) REGULATIONS 2001



Closure of Gum Lagoon Conservation Park, Hanson Scrub Conservation Park, Martin Washpool Conservation Park, Messent Conservation Park, Mount Boothby Conservation Park, and Tilley Swamp Conservation Park

PURSUANT to Regulations 8 (3) (a) and 8 (3) (d) of the National Parks and Wildlife (National Parks) Regulations 2001, I, Grant Anthony Pelton, Director, Regional Coordination, Partnerships and Stewardship, which was formerly entitled Executive Director, Public Land Management and Operational Support, Regional Services, authorised delegate of the Director of National Parks and Wildlife, close to the public, the whole of Gum Lagoon Conservation Park, the whole of Hanson Scrub Conservation Park, the whole of Martin Washpool Conservation Park, the whole of Messent Conservation Park, the whole of Mount Boothby Conservation Park, and the whole of Tilley Swamp Conservation Park from 6 p.m. on Sunday, 6 March 2016 until 6 p.m. on Friday, 11 March 2016.

The purpose of the closure is to ensure the safety of the public during a pest control program within the reserves during the period indicated.

Dated 15 January 2016.



G. A. Pelton, Director, Regional Coordination, Partnerships and Stewardship, Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources

NATIONAL PARKS AND WILDLIFE (NATIONAL PARKS) REGULATIONS 2001



Partial Closure of Coorong National Park

PURSUANT to Regulations 8 (3) (a) and 8 (3) (d) of the National Parks and Wildlife (National Parks) Regulations 2001, I, Grant Anthony Pelton, Director, Regional Coordination, Partnerships and Stewardship, formerly entitled Director, Public Land Management and Operational Support, Regional Services, authorised delegate of the Director of National Parks and Wildlife, close to the public, part of Coorong National Park from 6 p.m. on Monday, 7 March 2016 until 6 a.m. on Friday, 11 March 2016.

This closure applies to the whole of the park south of a line transecting the park east to west at Parnka Point, 35 54 40.7 South, 139 23 42.9 East.

The area impacted includes, but is not limited to: Ocean Beach; Coorong Southern Lagoon; Stony Well; Jack Point; Policemans Point; Loop Road and Campgrounds; Tea Tree Crossing and Campground; Chinaman Well; 42 Mile Crossing and Campground; 32 Mile Crossing; Wreck Crossing and Campground; 28 Mile Crossing and Campground. Parnka Point Campgrounds will remain open to the public during this period.

The purpose of the closure is to ensure the safety of the public during a pest control and monitoring program within the reserve during the period indicated.

This closure is additional to the current partial closure of the Coorong National Park which has been in place since Friday, 19 December 2014, the purpose of which is to ensure the safety of the public during dredging operations.

The Coorong National Park dredging operations closure applies to:

• The whole of the Younghusband Peninsula west of a line transecting the park north to south at Barkers Knoll, coordinate 138.898474E, 35.559926S, to and including its tip at the mouth of the Murray River.

• All areas within a 5 metre radius of a perimeter formed by buoy lines and/or markers surrounding any dredging plant or equipment.

Dated 15 January 2016.



G. A. Pelton, Director, Regional Coordination, Partnerships and Stewardship, Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources

NATIONAL PARKS AND WILDLIFE (NATIONAL PARKS) REGULATIONS 2001



Part Closure of Coffin Bay National Park

PURSUANT to Regulations 8 (3) (a) and 8 (3) (d) of the National Parks and Wildlife (National Parks) Regulations 2001, I, Grant Anthony Pelton, as Director, Regional Coordination, Partnerships and Stewardship, formerly entitled Director, Public Land Management and Operational Support, Regional Services, authorised delegate of the Director of National Parks and Wildlife, close to the public, part of Coffin Bay National Park from 6 a.m. on Monday, 7 March 2016 until 6 p.m. on Friday, 11 March 2016.

The closure applies to the area encompassing all of the Park to the north and west of the Black Rocks Hike Carpark, including the Whidbey Wilderness Protection Zone. The remainder of the Park including the Black Springs Campground will remain open to the public during this period, with the exception of a section of Long Beach, which will remain closed to vehicular traffic, as previously detailed in a notice published in the South Australia Government Gazette dated 6 January 2011, on page 18.

The purpose of the closure is to ensure the safety of the public during a pest control and monitoring program within the reserve(s) during the period indicated.

Dated 15 January 2016.

G. A. Pelton, Director, Regional Coordination, Partnerships and Stewardship, Department of Environment Water and Natural Resources

ROADS (OPENING AND CLOSING) ACT 1991:


SECTION 24

NOTICE OF CONFIRMATION OF ROAD
PROCESS ORDER


Road Closure—Third Street, Paskeville

BY Road Process Order made on 10 November 2015, the District Council of the Copper Coast ordered that:

1. Portion of Third Street, situated adjacent to allotments 36 and 45 in the Town of Paskeville, more particularly delineated and lettered ‘A’ in the Preliminary Plan No. 15/0004 be closed.

2. Transfer the whole of the above land to Joan Claire King and Alan Lyal King in accordance with the agreement for transfer dated 5 November 2015 entered into between The District Council of the Copper Coast and Joan Claire King and Alan Lyal King.

On 12 December 2015 that order was confirmed by the Minister for Transport and Infrastructure conditionally upon the deposit by the Registrar-General of Deposited Plan 111481 being the authority for the new boundaries.

Pursuant to Section 24 (5) of the Roads (Opening and Closing) Act 1991, NOTICE of the order referred to above and its confirmation is hereby given.

Dated 16 December 2015.

M. P. Burdett, Surveyor-General
ROADS (OPENING AND CLOSING) ACT 1991:
SECTION 24

NOTICE OF CONFIRMATION OF ROAD
PROCESS ORDER


Road Closure (Walkway)—Elizabeth Park

BY Road Process Order made on 8 October 2015, The City of Playford ordered that:

1. The whole of the walkway identified as Allotment 799 in Deposited Plan 7006 situated in Elizabeth Park, more particularly delineated and lettered ‘A’ and ‘B’ on Preliminary Plan No. 15/0011 be closed.

2. Transfer portion of the walkway identified as ‘A’ on Preliminary Plan No. 15/0011 subject to closure to Carol Currie and Jeffrey Royston Currie in accordance with the agreement for transfer dated 8 October 2015 entered into between The City of Playford and Carol Currie and Jeffrey Royston Currie.

3. Transfer portion of the walkway identified as ‘B’ on Preliminary Plan No. 15/0011 subject to closure to South Australian Housing Trust in accordance with the agreement for transfer dated 8 October 2015 entered into between The City of Playford and South Australian Housing Trust.

On 18 January 2016 that order was confirmed by the Minister for Transport and Infrastructure conditionally upon the deposit by the Registrar-General of Deposited Plan 111354 being the authority for the new boundaries.

Pursuant to Section 24 (5) of the Roads (Opening and Closing) Act 1991, NOTICE of the order referred to above and its confirmation is hereby given.

Dated 18 January 2016.



M. P. Burdett, Surveyor-General

ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION ACT 1993



Approval of Category B Containers

I, ANDREA KAYE WOODS, Team Leader, Container Deposit Legislation and Delegate of the Environment Protection Authority (‘the Authority’), pursuant to Section 68 of the Environment Protection Act 1993 (SA) (‘the Act’) hereby:



Approval of Category B Containers

Approve as Category B Containers, subject to the conditions in Subclauses 1, 2, 3 and 4 below, each of the classes of containers identified by reference to the following matters described in the first 4 columns of Schedule 1 of this Notice which are sold in South Australia:



(a) the product which each class of containers shall contain;

(b) the size of the containers;

(c) the type of containers; and

(d) the name of the holders of these approvals.

(1) That containers of the class to which the approval relates must bear the refund marking specified by the Authority for containers of that class. The Authority specifies the following refund markings for Category B containers:

(i) ‘10c refund at collection depots when sold in S.A.’; or

(ii) ‘10c refund at S.A./N.T. collection depots in State/Territory of purchase’.

(2) The holder of the approval must have in place an effective and appropriate waste management arrangement in relation to containers of that class. For the purpose of this approval notice the company named in Column 5 of Schedule 1 of this Notice is the nominated super collector.

(3) In the case of an approval in relation to Category B containers that the waste management arrangement must require the holder of the approval to provide specified super collectors with a declaration in the form determined by the Authority in relation to each sale of such containers by the holder of the approval as soon as practicable after the sale’.

(4) The holder of these approvals must ensure that if a sticker bearing the refund marking has been approved, and is applied to the container, then the sticker must not be placed on any portion of the opening mechanism or in any other place that would require complete or partial removal of the sticker before the contents may be consumed.

Schedule 1



Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Column 4

Column 5

Product Name

Container
Size (mL)


Container Type

Approval Holder

Collection
Arrangements

















4 Pines Brewing Company ESB

500

Glass

4 Pines Brewing Company Wholesale Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

4 Pines Brewing Company Indian Summer Pale Ale

375

Can—Aluminium

4 Pines Brewing Company Wholesale Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

4 Pines Brewing Company Kolsch

500

Glass

4 Pines Brewing Company Wholesale Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

4 Pines Brewing Company Pale Ale

500

Glass

4 Pines Brewing Company Wholesale Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Brookvale Union Ginger Beer

500

Glass

4 Pines Brewing Company Wholesale Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Brookvale Union Ginger Beer

330

Can—Aluminium

4 Pines Brewing Company Wholesale Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Adelaide Central Market Spring Water

600

PET

Adelaide Central Market

Statewide Recycling

Aqua Essence 8 + Alkaline Water Guy Leech

600

Flexible Pouch—PE/PET

Aquaessence Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

The Cide Project 2015 Dry Vintage Cider

500

Glass

Coonawarra Labour Hire t/as The Cide Project

Statewide Recycling

Fix Hellas

330

Glass

Coopers Brewery Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Bulleit Bourbon & Cola

375

Can—Aluminium

Diageo Australia Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Bundaberg Black Barrel

50

PET

Diageo Australia Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Bundaberg Blenders Edition

50

PET

Diageo Australia Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Bundaberg Mango & Passionfruit

330

Glass

Diageo Australia Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Bundaberg Mutiny Spiced Rum & Zero Sugar Cola

375

Can—Aluminium

Diageo Australia Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Bundaberg Pineapple & Coconut

330

Glass

Diageo Australia Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Bundaberg Select Vat

50

PET

Diageo Australia Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Bundaberg Small Batch

50

PET

Diageo Australia Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Ice Swan Still Water

750

Glass

Earth Harvest

Statewide Recycling

Ice Swan Still Water

350

Glass

Earth Harvest

Statewide Recycling

Brunswick Bitter

330

Glass

Elixir Signature Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Brunswick Bitter

330

Can—Aluminium

Elixir Signature Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Collingwood Draught

330

Can—Aluminium

Elixir Signature Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Collingwood Draught

330

Glass

Elixir Signature Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Full Steam Pale Lager

330

Glass

Elixir Signature Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Hop Star Pale Ale

330

Glass

Elixir Signature Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Emma & Toms Sparkling Cloudy Apple

330

Glass

Emma & Tom Foods Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Emma & Toms Sparkling Ginger Beer

330

Glass

Emma & Tom Foods Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Emma & Toms Sparkling Lemon Lime & Bitters

330

Glass

Emma & Tom Foods Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Emma & Toms Sparkling Libson Lemon

330

Glass

Emma & Tom Foods Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Emma & Toms Sparkling Natural Cola

330

Glass

Emma & Tom Foods Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Emma & Toms Sparkling Raspberry

330

Glass

Emma & Tom Foods Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Emma & Toms Sparkling Valencia Orange

330

Glass

Emma & Tom Foods Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Emma & Toms Tea Green With Mint And Apple

450

PET

Emma & Tom Foods Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Emma & Toms Tea Rooibos With Apple Cranberry And Lime Juices

450

PET

Emma & Tom Foods Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Emma & Toms Tea White With Apple Lemon And Lime Juices

450

PET

Emma & Tom Foods Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

GN Long Drink Grapefruit

330

Can—Aluminium

Estonian Hall Social Club

Marine Stores Ltd

Green Cola

330

Can—Aluminium

Flexus International Trading

Statewide Recycling

Farmdale Moo Box Chocolate Flavoured Milk

200

LPB—Aseptic

Freedom Foods

Statewide Recycling

G Force Apple Blackcurrant

750

PET

Frucor Beverages Ltd

Statewide Recycling

G Force Mango & Pineapple

750

PET

Frucor Beverages Ltd

Statewide Recycling

G Force Orange Mandarin

750

PET

Frucor Beverages Ltd

Statewide Recycling

G Force Raspberry Blueberry

750

PET

Frucor Beverages Ltd

Statewide Recycling

V Deadpool Guarana Energy Drink

350

Glass

Frucor Beverages Ltd

Statewide Recycling

V Morph X-Men Guarana Energy Drink

250

Can—Aluminium

Frucor Beverages Ltd

Statewide Recycling

V Morph X-Men Guarana Energy Drink

500

Can—Aluminium

Frucor Beverages Ltd

Statewide Recycling

V Morph X-Men Guarana Energy Drink

350

Glass

Frucor Beverages Ltd

Statewide Recycling

V Morph X-Men Guarana Energy Drink

330

Glass

Frucor Beverages Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Coca Cola

325

Can—Aluminium

Gideon Services Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Vizor Schnapps Apple

700

Glass

Kindred Beverages

Statewide Recycling

Vizor Schnapps Butterscotch

700

Glass

Kindred Beverages

Statewide Recycling

Vizor Schnapps Chocolate

700

Glass

Kindred Beverages

Statewide Recycling

Vizor Schnapps Coffee

700

Glass

Kindred Beverages

Statewide Recycling

Vizor Schnapps Peach

700

Glass

Kindred Beverages

Statewide Recycling

Vizor Schnapps Peanut Butter

700

Glass

Kindred Beverages

Statewide Recycling

Vizor Schnapps Raspberry

700

Glass

Kindred Beverages

Statewide Recycling

28 Black Classic

250

Can—Aluminium

Level Beverages Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

28 Black Sour Apple

250

Can—Aluminium

Level Beverages Pty Ltd

Statewide Recycling

Little Creatures Dog Days Summer Beer

330

Glass

Lion Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Stella Artois Legere

330

Glass

Lion Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

XXX Origins Crisp Lager Windorah

330

Glass

Lion Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

XXX Summer Bright Lager

375

Can—Aluminium

Lion Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Little Creatures Dog Days Summer Beer

330

Glass

Little Creatures Brewing Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Moon Dog Holdin Hay Time

330

Glass

Moon Dog Brewing Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Moon Dog Love Tap Lager

330

Glass

Moon Dog Brewing Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Moon Dog Part 1 The Sweet Orangey Bourbon Y Part

330

Glass

Moon Dog Brewing Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Moon Dog Part 2 The Cherry ish Herbally Part English Cherry IPA

330

Glass

Moon Dog Brewing Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Moon Dog Splice Of Heaven Pine Lime IPA

330

Glass

Moon Dog Brewing Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

OD Gourmet Iced Coffee Blue Mountain Flavour

240

Can—Steel

Narkena Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Pokka Black Tea

500

PET

Narkena Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Pokka Black Tea

1 500

PET

Narkena Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Pokka Blueberry Tea

1 500

PET

Narkena Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Pokka Blueberry Tea

500

PET

Narkena Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Pokka Chrysanthemum Tea

1 500

PET

Narkena Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Pokka Chrysanthemum Tea

500

PET

Narkena Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Pokka Green Tea

1 500

PET

Narkena Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Pokka Green Tea

500

PET

Narkena Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Pokka Honey Lemon Tea

500

PET

Narkena Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Pokka Japaness Green Tea

500

PET

Narkena Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Pokka Japaness Green Tea

1 500

PET

Narkena Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Pokka Lemon 1000 Tea

500

PET

Narkena Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Pokka Lemon Tea

500

PET

Narkena Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Pokka Lemon Tea

1 500

PET

Narkena Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Pokka Lychee Tea

500

PET

Narkena Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Pokka Lychee Tea

1 500

PET

Narkena Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Pokka Peach Tea

1 500

PET

Narkena Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd

Pokka Peach Tea

500

PET

Narkena Pty Ltd

Marine Stores Ltd
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