You will require this licence if you intend to conduct any commercial or education activity (for profit) on land or water managed by the Department. Areas managed by Department include nature reserves, National Parks, Conservation Parks, Marine Parks, State Forests and timber reserves. Examples of the types of operations that require this licence include:
- vehicle tours or safaris
- guided walks
- charter tours
- commercial fishing
- adventure operations such as canoeing and rock climbing
- minor facilities and services such as food vending
- corporate or commercial training.
There are two classes of licence available. Most commercial operations are eligible for a Class T licence, and anyone can apply. Class E licences are required where there are environmental, management, safety or access reasons why the number of licences must be limited. These are usually allocated via a competitive expression of interest process.
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.
To be eligible for this licence you must:
- specify the goods or service you intend to sell or provide, or the activity you intend to undertake
- specify the places where you propose to operate
- have a minimum of $10 million in public liability insurance
- provide any other information required by the Agency
- complete the relevant application form
- pay any required fees.
If you intend to provide tourism services, you may need an additional accreditation. Please consult the Contact Officer for more information regarding eligibility requirements.
As specified on licence (up to ten years).
Licence fees range from $136 to $4000 depending on licence duration.
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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