The Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016 (BC Act) establishes a new approach for regulating human interactions with native animals and plants.
The BC Act commenced on 25 August 2017 as part of a package of land management and biodiversity conservation reforms.
Have your say
The Office of Environment and Heritage is seeking feedback on proposed changes to wildlife licences.
Submissions close 24 July 2018.
About wildlife licensing and what is changing
While, some changes to wildlife regulation occurred when the BC Act commenced on 25 August 2017, existing wildlife licence classes, conditions and fees remain in place.
Proposed changes to wildlife licensing will be implemented after public consultation.
Check this page regularly for updates and opportunities to review proposed changes and provide feedback.