Authority to Take Fish for Scientific Purposes - Western Australia

Description

You will need this authority if you intend to take fish for the purpose of scientific research. Taking fish includes catching, capturing, trapping, enclosing, gathering, removing, poisoning, stunning, killing or destroying fish by any means.

Separate approval is needed for the following:

  • taking fish from a state reserve or marine park
  • taking fish for genetic or chemical extraction or analysis, as well as handling, delivering, receiving, storing, packaging, purchasing or selling of fish for that purpose.

Service type

Licence

A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.

Eligibility requirements

Please consult the Contact Officer for more information regarding eligibility requirements.

Duration

As specified

Fees

Fees Details for this service in table format.

Task Type Business Structure Amount Description
Apply Application All $92.00

Fees for 2021-22

Forms

Task Business Structure Resources
Apply All Application for Authority to Take Fish for Scientific Purposes - Please consult the Contact Officer to obtain a copy of the relevant application form.

Act(s) name

Fish Resources Management Act 1994 Western Australia

Regulation(s) name

Fish Resources Management Regulations 1995 Western Australia

Lodgement process

Apply

Please submit your application with the required fees.

Administering agency

Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development

Fisheries

Contact details

Contact Email, Phone and Address Details for this service in simple two column table format, header then data.

Please use these contact details for help or more information:

Enquiries

Fisheries

Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development

Western Australia
Mailing address: Gordon Stephenson House
140 William Street
Perth, Western Australia 6000
Mailing address: LOCKED BAG 4
Bentley DC, Western Australia 6983
Phone: 1300 374 731
Website: Fisheries (Opens in new window)