Lord Howe Island Permanent Park Preserve Consent - New South Wales


You may need consent to do any of the following activities in the Lord Howe Island Permanent Park Preserve:

  • take or keep animals in a park
  • drive, ride, operate or use any machinery, plant, vehicle, vessel or aircraft in a manner likely to interfere with or cause a nuisance
  • play music or operate a television in a manner likely to interfere with or cause a nuisance
  • light, maintain or use a fire
  • engage in certain recreational and sporting activities including abseiling, base jumping, bungee jumping, caving and paragliding.

The majority of the land area of Lord Howe Island is reserved as part of the Permanent Park Preserve in order to protect the native flora and fauna. Please refer to the Act for details of the land involved.

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Act(s) name

Lord Howe Island Act 1953 New South Wales

Regulation(s) name

Lord Howe Island Regulation 2014 New South Wales

Administering agency

Lord Howe Island Board

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