An ongoing protection declaration must—
(a) be in the approved form; and
(b) clearly identify the Aboriginal place or object to which it relates; and
(c) specify the measures to be taken for the protection of the Aboriginal place or object; and
(d) if appropriate, specify the person responsible for taking the measures specified under paragraph (c); and
(e) contain the prescribed information (if any).
An ongoing protection declaration could specify measures that restrict or prohibit access to, or interference with, an Aboriginal place or object.