This licence is required to keep and use dead protected or international animals for a commercial purpose.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
Definition of terms
in relation to a cultural or natural resource or wildlife, includes buy, sell, process, move or gain any benefit from the resource or wildlife.
any taxon or species of an animal, plant, protista, procaryote or virus.
Applicants should complete the Pre-design/pre-lodgement meeting application form and contact Permit and Licence Management for specialist advice.
This licence cannot be transferred.
This licence remains in effect for up to one month, one year or three years, depending on the applicants requirements and payment unless sooner revoked, suspended or surrendered..
Licence fee 1 month or less
Licence fee more than 1 yr
Licence fee more than one month up to 1 yr
You can obtain this licence by submitting a completed "Commercial wildlife licence (dead protected animals excluding macropods)" application form to Permit and Licence Management.
The following sections apply:
S9-S22 of the Nature Conservation (Administration) Regulation 2006
S77-S91 of the Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006
other sections may apply depending on the species.
Department of Environment and Heritage Protection
Conservation and Sustainability Services
Nature Conservation Services
Nature Conservation Act 1992 (Queensland)
Nature Conservation (Administration) Regulation 2006 (Queensland)
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 (Queensland)
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