Permission must also be obtained from Crown Land Estate and the relevant land council if an application for a permit involves Crown or Aboriginal Land. Please contact the Crown Land Department, Northern Land Council, or the Central Land Council if this is the case.
Applicants should contact the agency before lodging an application form. Each applicant and any nominees are required to submit a Statutory Declaration, stating whether or not he/she has been convicted of an offence under the Territory Parks and Wildlife Conservation Act.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory
Territory Parks & Wildlife Conservation Act 2006 (Northern Territory)
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