If you own or keep any of the following in Queensland, you must be registered as a biosecurity entity:
1 or more:
cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, bison, buffalo, deer OR
alpacas, llamas, or other animals from the Camelidae family OR
horses, ponies, donkeys, mules, zebras, or other animals from the Equidae family.
100 or more birds that:
are raised for human consumption (e.g. poultry) OR
are raised for the production of eggs for human consumption (e.g. poultry) OR
have been released into free flight since they started being kept in captivity (e.g. pigeons)
1 or more beehives.
You must be registered even if you don't own the land where you keep your animals, for example, if:
A person, persons or organisation can be registered as a biosecurity entity.
If you held a property identification code (PIC) on 30 June 2016, you may already be registered as a biosecurity entity.
Find out how to check if you have been registered.
If you meet the registration requirements you must be registered to comply with the Biosecurity Act 2014.