Customs Act 1901
(a) to enter the warrant premises; and
(b) to search for the goods described in the warrant; and
(c) to seize the goods described in the warrant; and
(d) to seize other goods:
(i) that are found on or in the premises in the course of searching for the goods the subject of the warrant; and
203DB(2) [Premises not on conveyance or container]
(ii) that the executing officer or a person assisting believes on reasonable grounds to be special forfeited goods.
Without limiting the generality of the powers conferred by a warrant issued in respect of premises that are not a conveyance or a container, the warrant extends to every conveyance or container on the premises.203DB(3) [Premises that are a conveyance]
(a) permits entry of the conveyance, wherever it is; and
(b) extends to every container on the conveyance. 203DB(4) [Premises that are a container]
A warrant issued in respect of premises that are a container permits entry of the container, wherever it is, to the extent that it is of a size permitting entry.203DB(5) [Execution of warrant during particular hours]
If the warrant states that it may be executed only during particular hours, the warrant must not be executed outside those hours.