34A—Constitution of regional reserves by proclamation
(1) The Governor may,
constitute as a regional reserve any specified Crown land for the purpose of
conserving any wildlife or the natural or historic features of that land
while, at the same time, permitting the utilisation of the natural resources
of that land; and
assign a name to a regional reserve so constituted.
(2) The Governor may,
by subsequent proclamation—
abolish a regional reserve constituted under this section; or
alter the boundaries of a regional reserve constituted under this section; or
alter the name of a regional reserve constituted under this section.
(3) A proclamation
must not be made under subsection (2)(a) or (b) by virtue of which any
land ceases to be, or ceases to be included in, a regional reserve except in
pursuance of a resolution passed by both Houses of Parliament.
(4) Notice of a motion
for a resolution under subsection (3) must be given at least
14 sitting days before the motion is passed.