(1) The Executive may make regulations for this Act.
Note A regulation must be notified, and presented to the Legislative Assembly, under the Legislation Act
(2) A regulation may make provision in relation to—
(a) the confining, housing or transport of animals; and
(b) the slaughtering, trapping, snaring, catching or poisoning of animals; and
(c) the hiring out, boarding, sale or trade of animals; and
(d) the breeding, husbandry or training of animals; and
(e) the use of animals for entertainment; and
(f) the conditions under which animals may be kept or used for the purpose of the production of films, television programs or photographs, or of film, television, or photographic advertisements; and
(g) the use of animals for teaching or research, or medical or surgical procedures; and
(h) medical or surgical procedures on animals, including animal husbandry practices in relation to farming and grazing activities; and
(i) a qualification a person must hold, or experience a person must have, to do a thing mentioned in paragraphs (a) to (h).
(3) A regulation may also prescribe offences for contraventions of the regulations and prescribe maximum penalties of not more than 10 penalty units for offences against the regulations.