Permit to Interfere with Animals - Victoria

Service summary

You will require this permit if you intend to interfere with animals in a National Park. Interfering with an animal can mean to disturb, harass, remove, hunt, capture, take, kill or injure an animal.

This permit may include a condition that allows the holder to possess, carry or use a poison, trap, net or snare for the purpose of capturing or killing an animal. This permit may also allow the holder to bring a dog or horse into the National Park.

Please consult the responsible agency for more information and to ascertain the level of compliance (if any) that may be required.

Service type

Licence

A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.

Eligibility requirements

Please consult the responsible agency for more information regarding eligibility requirements.

Fees

 TypeDescription
ApplyApplication

Please consult the responsible agency for information on fees to be submitted with your application.

Forms

 Resources
Apply

Application for a Permit to Interfere with Animals - Please contact the responsible agency for application forms and registration details.

Administering agency

Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning
Parks Victoria

Act(s) name

National Parks Act 1975 (Victoria)

Regulation(s) name

National Parks Regulations 2013 (Victoria)

Contact details

Information Centre
Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning
Parks Victoria


Phone:

03 8627 4700

Fax:

03 9629 5563
info@parks.vic.gov.au

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