You will require this approval to undertake an activity that would otherwise be unlawful in an environmental reserve. Environmental reserves include:
- state forests
- timber reserves
- national parks
- conservation parks
- marine nature reserves
- marine parks
- marine management areas
- some private reserves managed by the state government.
Activities that require this approval include:
- abseiling outside a designated abseiling area
- erecting or placing any structure (including buildings, fences, posts, jetties, pontoons, cairns, memorials or gates but not a mooring which requires a different licence)
- clearing any land
- quarrying, removing or disturbing any rocks, soil or leaf litter
- dumping or abandoning vehicles or machinery
- damaging or disturbing any property (including signs, structures, ticket machines and aboriginal artefacts)
- placing signs or notices
- lighting a fire, campfire or stove in a restricted area.
Please consult the Contact Officer for more information.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
Please consult directly with the Contact Officer for information on any eligibility requirements.
Please consult the Contact Officer for information on fees to be submitted.
Application to Undertake a Controlled Activity in an Environmental Reserve - Please consult the Contact Officer for information on forms to be submitted.
Department of Parks and Wildlife
Conservation and Land Management Act 1984 (Western Australia)
Conservation and Land Management Regulations 2002 (Western Australia)
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