The Supreme Court of Tasmania (Porter J) has confirmed the right of Forestry Tasmania to impose tolls in relation to roads maintained by Forestry Tasmania in certain circumstances in Tasmanian Advanced Minerals Pty Ltd v. Forestry Tasmania [2012] TASSC 20.  The judgment thoroughly discusses various powers of Forestry Tasmania as the manager of State forests.  Although upholding the power for Forestry Tasmania to impose tolls and charges Porter J concluded that a decision to impose a toll or charge by Forestry Tasmania required it to exercise powers under the Forestry Act 1920 and it did so as a government business enterprise under the Government Business Enterprises Act 1995.  As such the decision to impose a toll or charge was a decision “made under an enactment” and was therefore amenable to judicial review under the Judicial Review Act 2001.