This licence is required for the importation (including importation from interstate) of any class of explosive in quantities exceeding 3 kilograms. Notification is required for each consignment imported. All imported explosives must be classified or authorised by the Dangerous Substances Branch. This licence is not transferable.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
Must hold a current permit to purchase explosives or in the case of fireworks a pyrotechnician's licence.
The applicant must have adequate and guaranteed provision for the licensed transport of explosives quantity being imported.
The applicant must have adequate and guaranteed provision for the licensed storage of explosives quantity being imported.
The applicant must provide proof (or make an application) that the type of explosives being imported is classified or authorised in South Australia.
From 1 July 2016 to 30 June 2017:
Classification codes 1.2G, 1.3G, 1.4G or 1.4S: $63.50
All classification codes: $107.00.
Credit card, cheque, cash, direct debit, eftpos or money order.
Holds a current permit to purchase explosives or in the case of fireworks being imported, a pyrotechnician's licence.
In the case of a company, proof of the company name is a legal entity. A certificate of incorporation must accompany application form.
Department of the Premier & Cabinet
Explosives Act 1936 (South Australia)
Explosives (Fireworks) Regulations 2001 (South Australia)
Explosives Regulations 2011 (South Australia)
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