Criminal Code Amendment (Agricultural Protection) Act 2019 (67 of 2019)
Schedule 1 Agricultural protection
Criminal Code Act 1995
1 Section 473.1 of the Criminal Code
abattoir means a place where animals are slaughtered (whether or not for human consumption), but does not include a restaurant.
agricultural land means land in Australia that is used for a primary production business. For the purposes of this definition, it is immaterial:
(a) whether a part of the land is used for residential purposes; or
(b) whether a part of the land is used for a business that is not a primary production business.
Crown land means land that is the property of:
(a) the Commonwealth, a State or a Territory; or
(b) a statutory authority;
but does not include land that is subject to a lease to a person other than:
(c) the Commonwealth, a State or a Territory; or
(d) a statutory authority.
(a) planting or tending trees in a plantation or forest that are intended to be felled; or
(b) felling trees in a plantation or forest.
meat by-product includes skin, hide, tallow, meat meal and inedible offal.
primary production business means any of the following:
(a) a business of grazing;
(b) a business of operating animal feedlots;
(c) a business of dairy farming;
(d) a business of farming animals for the purpose of producing meat or meat by-products;
(e) a business of poultry farming;
(f) a business of aquaculture;
(g) a business of bee-keeping;
(h) a business of operating an abattoir;
(i) a business of operating livestock sale yards;
(j) a business of operating a registered establishment (within the meaning of the Export Control Act 1982);
(k) a business of operating a fish processing facility;
(l) a business of growing fruit;
(m) a business of growing vegetables;
(n) a business of growing nuts;
(o) a business of growing crops;
(p) a business of viticulture;
(pa) a business of operating:
(i) a wood processing facility; or
(ii) a wood fibre processing facility;
(q) a business of forestry that is carried on on private land.
private land means land other than Crown land.
statutory authority means a body established for a public purpose by or under a law of the Commonwealth, a State or a Territory.