(1) The Director must erect and maintain in good condition a sign:
(a) at the points of entry into and exit from an area of essential habitat; and
(b) otherwise in the vicinity of the area of essential habitat,
as he or she considers appropriate to notify a person travelling into, from or in the vicinity of the area that it is an area of essential habitat.
(2) A sign under subsection (1) is to:
(a) clearly indicate that a person reading it is entering, leaving or in the vicinity of an area of essential habitat (as the case may be);
(i) the articles, things, animals or plants that may not be taken into the area of essential habitat; and
(ii) the activities that may not be carried out in the area of essential habitat,
without the written authority of the Director;
(c) generally indicate, by diagram or otherwise, the boundaries of the area; and
(d) be erected in such a manner that the words and diagrams on the sign are clearly visible to a person travelling past the sign.
(3) A person must not remove, deface or otherwise interfere with a sign displayed under subsection (1).
Maximum penalty: 50 penalty units or imprisonment for 6 months.