You will need to hold a Crown lease or licence if you intend to use or occupy Crown Land within Tasmania.
A lease can be granted for any purpose that the agency sees fit. Leases are generally issued where longer-term commercial activities are proposed or there are existing buildings or structures on the Crown Land. Examples include:
- buildings / improvements / structures
- commercial ventures
- sporting facilities.
A licence can be granted for any purpose that the Agency sees fit. Generally licences are issued to authorise the use or occupation of Crown Land. Examples include:
- shared access over reserved roads
- private slipways and jetties.
If you intend to provide nature based tourism services, you will need a Nature Based Tourism licence.
To obtain a licence to conduct mining activities on Crown Land, you must also obtain mining rights to that land.