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To place beehives in a national park or other Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service protected areas in Queensland, you must apply for an apiary permit on an available site.
Available sites occur where a national park is declared on land that:
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
You must be a registered beekeeper to be eligible for this permit.
Your site must fall within a protected area.
The permit remains in effect as designated.
Common Fees details for this service in table format.
Permit for 6 months or less (per site)
Permit 1 year (per site)
Permit 2 years (per site)
Permit 3 years (per site)
Permit 4 years (per site)
Permit 5 years (per site)
Transfer of permit
To check whether a site is available:
Department of National Parks, Sport and Racing
Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
Assessments and Approvals
Contact Email, Phone and Address Details for this service in simple two column table format, header then data.