South Eastern Australia Geographical Indication

South Eastern Australia

The textual description is the legal definition.

The Australian Geographical Indication "South Eastern Australia 1" was entered in the Register of Protected Names on 1 May 1996 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:

Australia 1: 5,000,000 General Reference Map 
Simple Conic Projection with Standard Parallels 18ºS and 36ºS 
Third Edition

Copyright Commonwealth of Australia 1990 
Produced by: Australian Surveying and Land Information Group 
Department of Administrative Services

GI textual description:

The Geographical Indication "South Eastern Australia" is located within the Commonwealth of Australia.

The beginning point of the boundary is located at the intersection of the Tropic of Capricorn and the eastern coastline of Australia and proceeds thence in a generally south west direction in a straight line to the intersection of the Queensland / New South Wales State borders with the State border of South Australia at the location identified on the map as "Cameron Corner", and proceeds thence in a generally south west direction in a straight line to the intersection of the South Australia coastline with the Great Australian Bight (Southern Ocean) passing through the centre of the township of Ceduna in South Australia.

The area so enclosed includes all of the State of New South Wales, all of the State of Victoria, all of the State of Tasmania, all of the Australian Capital Territory, and those parts of the State of Queensland lying to the south and the east of the described boundary, and those parts of the State of South Australia lying to the south and the east of the described boundary, and all of those off-shore islands under Australian Government control lying to the south and east of the described boundary.