The activity of emu farming covers the incubation of eggs, breeding of emus for commercial purposes and providing emus for sale or slaughter. It does not permit catching from the wild. Applicants must comply with the code of management for farming, have specified fencing and be a member of an approved association. An inspection is required of each site prior to approval of a permit.
Please contact the agency direct for further information.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
1 Year; Permit expires 30 June each year.
2019-2020 fees:$484 One Year
Additional premises$195 One Year
$265 Temporary permit fee(applications lodged and processed from 1 January till 30 June only).
In person, Cheque, Money Order, Credit Card via phone.
National Parks & Wildlife Act 1972 South Australia
National Parks and Wildlife (Wildlife) Regulations 2019 South Australia
Department for Environment and Water
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