This permit is one form of authorization required to graze stock on state forest land. An alternative authorization is the term lease issued by the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries under the Lands Act 1994.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
Definition of terms
cattle and horses, but not goats or sheep.
What are the prerequisites to obtaining this authority?
Available areas are put to tender through newspaper advertisements. Permits are transferable and so may be acquired by purchase from holder. Consent of Chief Executive is required for transfer.
This licence can be transferred. The permit holder is required to submit a transfer application signed by present holders and signed by new permit holder.
After applying, the consent of the Chief Executive is required before transfer is granted.
Permit is issued for up to seven (7) years and grazing dues are paid annually in advance as indicated on the permit.
A schedule of fees is available from the offices of DAF Forest Products, Department of Agriculture and Fisheries or Forestry Plantation Queensland, or fees are determined by competitive tender.
Information about how to obtain this permit can be obtained from the offices of DAF Forest Products, Department of Agriculture and Fisheries or Forestry Plantation Queensland.
Regional offices will select the successful tenderer from all tenders received and will advise same by letter.
All stock must be branded.
This information only applies to permits issued by DAF Forest Products, Department of Agriculture and Fisheries or HQ Plantations.
The Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service also manages Stock grazing permits on native state forests.
Department of Agriculture and Fisheries
Commercial and Market Analyst
Forestry Act 1959 (Queensland)
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