(1) This section applies in relation to an exposed conveyance that is subject to biosecurity control because of subsection 192(2), (3) or (5).
(2) A biosecurity officer may:
(a) give any of the following directions to the person in charge or the operator of the conveyance:
(i) a direction not to move, deal with or interfere with the conveyance;
(ii) a direction to move the conveyance, as soon as practicable, to a place specified by the biosecurity officer (except a place outside Australian territory);
(iii) any other direction relating to the movement of the conveyance; or
(b) cause the conveyance to be moved to another place (except a place outside Australian territory).
Note 1: If a direction is given under paragraph (2)(a) in relation to a conveyance, and the direction is not complied with, the person in charge and the operator of the conveyance may each commit an offence or contravene a civil penalty provision (see section 215).
Note 2: See also section 572 (general provisions relating to directions).