(1) The Governor-General may make arrangements with the relevant authority of a State or a Territory (other than Norfolk Island) for:
(a) the exercise of powers, and the performance of functions, by officers of the State or Territory; and
(b) the making available of facilities of the State or Territory;
for and in relation to the carrying out of sentences imposed, and orders made, under this Division.
(2) In this section:
"relevant authority" means:
(a) in relation to a State--the Governor of the State;
(b) in relation to the Australian Capital Territory--the Chief Minister of the Australian Capital Territory;
(c) in relation to the Northern Territory--the Administrator of the Northern Territory.