You will require this licence if you intend to take protected flora from Crown land for a scientific and other prescribed non-commercial purposes. Flora is defined as any plant (including any wildflower, palm, shrub tree, fern, creeper or vine) and includes any part of a plant, including seeds and spores. All flora that is native to Western Australia is protected. A licence may be issued for any of the following uses:
- scientific purposes
- hobby purposes
- propagation purposes (collecting seeds in order to cultivate protected flora)
- personal enjoyment (domestic decoration, display or study).
If your licence has been issued for a non-commercial purpose you are prohibited from selling protected fauna. If you intend to sell flora taken from Crown land or private property you instead require a commercial purposes or producers licence. Your licence may require you to pay royalties to the Agency.
Please consult the Contact Officer for more information.