Nature conservation

Native animals

Public register of commercial kangaroo harvesting licences

Kangaroos in NSW are protected by the Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016.

As part of the Kangaroo Management Program, the Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) grants different types of biodiversity conservation licences under Part 2 of the Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016 to harvest kangaroos for the commercial purposes of supplying meat and skin products.

A Commercial Harvester (Kangaroo) Professional Licence and a Commercial Harvester (Kangaroo) Landholder Licence authorise persons with valid firearm licences and accreditations to harvest kangaroos and sell the carcass, in accordance with licence conditions and a valid commercial tag advice.

An Animal Dealer (Kangaroo) Licence authorises the licensees to deal in kangaroo carcases obtained from licenced harvesters. An Animal Dealer (Kangaroo) Restricted Licence authorises the licensees to deal in kangaroo carcases obtained from other licensed Animal Dealer (Kangaroo) Licensees.

An Animal Dealer (Kangaroo Skin) Licence authorises the licensees to obtain and process kangaroo skins from licensed Animal Dealer (Kangaroo) Licensees or Animal Dealer (Kangaroo) Restricted Licensees.

Search for kangaroo harvesting licences

The public register provides information about the different types of kangaroo harvesting licences granted in 2018.

After you specify your search criteria and click Search, your search results will download as an Excel spreadsheet.

Licence conditions

The rights conferred by a biodiversity conservation licence are in many cases subject to conditions.

The documents below show the conditions for the different types of kangaroo harvesting licences.

Related links

Other public registers that record information about biodiversity conservation licences granted under the Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016 to regulate interactions between humans and native wildlife include:

Page last updated: 14 December 2017