You need this licence if you intend to disturb, damage or remove a naturally occurring feature in an environmental reserve.
Environmental reserves include:
- state forests
- timber reserves
- national parks
- conservation parks
- marine nature reserves
- marine parks
- marine management areas
- some private reserves managed by the state government.
Naturally occurring features include:
- mineral specimens, meteorites or tektites
- cave formations
- termite mounds
- sedimentary formations including stromatolites
- dead marine shells, dead sea-urchins, coral (live or dead).