Riverland Geographical Indication

Riverland (region)

The textual description is the legal definition.

The Australian Geographical Indication "Riverland" was entered in the Register of Protected Names on 10 December 1998 in response to a direction received by the Registrar from the Presiding Member of the Geographical Indications Committee acting under Section 40Z of the WAC Act 1980.

GI area boundaries:

Renmark topographic map 
Joint operations graphic 
Scale 1:250,000 
Series 1501 
Sheet SI 54-10 
Edition 1 
Prepared under the direction of the Chief of General Staff, by the Royal Australian Survey Corps. 
Compiled 1984. 
Printed by the Royal Australian Survey Corps, July 1987.

GI textual Description:

The Geographical Indication "Riverland" is located within the zone Lower Murray, within the State of South Australia, Australia.

The beginning point of the boundary is situated on Map Renmark (Sheet SI 54-10) at 139°35’E 34°00’S, being the north west corner of the region, then proceeds east in a straight line to 140°00’E 34°00’S, then proceeds south in a straight line to 14°00’E 34°08’S, then proceeds east in a straight line to 140°38’E 34°08’S, then proceeds north in a straight line to 140°38’E 34°02’S, then proceeds east to the South Australia Victoria border at 140°57.8’E 34°02’S, then proceeds south along the South Australia Victoria border to 140°57.8’E 34°20’S, then proceeds west in a straight line to 140°45’E 34°20’S, then proceeds south in a straight line to 140°45’E 34°30’S, then proceeds west in a straight line to 140°15’E 34°30’S, then proceeds north in a straight line to 140°15’E 34·15’S, then proceeds west in a straight line to 139·40’E 34°15’S, then proceeds south in a straight line to 139°40’E 34°21’S, then proceeds west in a straight line to 139°35’E 34°21’S, then proceeds north in a straight line to 139°35’E 34°00’S, which is the descriptor starting point.