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Displaying licence information for 718 animals requiring a licence.

Acanthophis spp (all species belonging to this genus) (Acanthopis spp)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence.

Licence conditions
To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (including species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Adams' snake-eyed skink (Cryptoblepharus adamsi)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Adelaide rosella (Platycercus elegans adelaidae)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can keep this animal without a licence unless you keep more than 10 live animals in the same class over 12 months.
  • You cannot keep this animal for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Controlled animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4 & S46—Part 2

Agile snake-eyed skink (Cryptoblepharus zoticus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Allan's lerista (Lerista allanae)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Alpine water skink (Eulamprus kosciuskoi)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Amelia's two-lined dragon (Diporiphora ameliae)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Amethystine python (Australian form) (Morelia amethistina)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Arafura file snake (Acrochordus arafurae)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Arcane ctenotus (Ctenotus arcanus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Ariadna's ctenotus (Ctenotus ariadnae)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Atherton delma (Delma mitella)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 5, S4—Part 5; Part 1

Atherton striped skink (Ctenotus monticola)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Atherton Tableland mulch-skink (Glaphyromorphus mjobergi)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Australasian shoveler (Anas rhynchotis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S7—Part 4

Australian lacelid (Litoria dayi)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9—Part 5

Australian magpie (Gymnorhina tibicen tibicen)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two birds that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two birds that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S10—Part 5

Australian ringneck (B. zonarius macgillivrayi) (Barnardius zonarius macgillivrayi)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S3—Part 3

Australian shelduck (Tadorna tadornoides)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S7—Part 4

Australian woodfrog (Papurana daemeli)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Austrelaps spp (all species belonging to this genus) (Austrelaps spp)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence.

Licence conditions
To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (including species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Bamboo Range rock skink (Liburnascincus artemis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Banded lapwing (Vanellus tricolor)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two birds that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two birds that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S10—Part 5

Bar-lipped sheen-skink (Eugongylus rufescens)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Bar-shouldered ctenotus (Ctenotus inornatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Bar-shouldered dove (Geopelia humeralis)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can keep this animal without a licence unless you keep more than 10 live animals in the same class over 12 months.
  • You cannot keep this animal for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Controlled animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4 & S46—Part 2

Bar-sided skink (Concinnia tenuis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Barking frog (Limnodynastes fletcheri)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Bartle Frere bar-sided skink (Concinnia frerei)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Bartle Frere cool-skink (Techmarscincus jigurru)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Basilisk shadeskink (Saproscincus basiliscus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Bauxite rainbow-skink (Carlia amax)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Beaded gecko (Lucasium damaeum)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Beautiful firetail (Stagonopleura bellum)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S3—Part 3

Beautiful nursery-frog (Cophixalus concinnus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S1—Part 5; Part 1

Beeping froglet (Crinia parinsignifera)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Bell's turtle (Wollumbinia belli)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Bellenden Ker nursery-frog (Cophixalus neglectus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S1—Part 5; Part 1

Bilingual froglet (Crinia bilingua)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Black duck (Anas superciliosa)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S7—Part 4

Black Mountain gecko (Nactus galgajuga)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Black Mountain nursery-frog (Cophixalus saxatilis)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S1—Part 5; Part 1

Black Mountain rainbow-skink (Liburnascincus scirtetis)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Black soled frog (Lechriodus fletcheri)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Black swan (Cygnus atratus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S7—Part 4

Black-backed yellow-lined ctenotus (Ctenotus eutaenius)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Black-breasted button-quail (Turnix melanogaster)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S3—Part 3

Black-headed python (Aspidites melanocephalus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Black-soil ctenotus (Ctenotus joanae)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Black-striped snake (Hoplocephalus nigrostriatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence.

Licence conditions
To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (including species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Black-tailed bar-lipped skink (Glaphyromorphus nigricaudis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Black-tailed monitor (Varanus tristis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Black-throated finch (Poephila cincta)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can keep this animal without a licence unless you keep more than 10 live animals in the same class over 12 months.
  • You cannot keep this animal for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Controlled animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4 & S46—Part 2

Black-throated rainbow-skink (Carlia rostralis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Blackish blind snake (Anilios nigrescens)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Bleating treefrog (Litoria dentata)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Blotched boulder-frog (Cophixalus petrophilus)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Blue bonnet (Northiella haematogaster)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S3—Part 3

Blue-billed duck (Oxyura australis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S7—Part 4

Blue-faced parrot finch (Erythrura trichroa)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can keep this animal without a licence unless you keep more than 10 live animals in the same class over 12 months.
  • You cannot keep this animal for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Controlled animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4 & S46—Part 2

Blue-tailed finesnout ctenotus (Ctenotus calurus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Blue-tailed monitor (Varanus doreanus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Blue-throated rainbow-skink (Carlia rhomboidalis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Blue-winged parrot (Neophema chrysostoma)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S3—Part 3

Bockadam (Cerberus australis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Border beaked gecko (Rhynchoedura angusta)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Border thick-tailed gecko (Uvidicolus sphyrurus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Borroloola dtella (Gehyra borroloola)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Boyd's forest dragon (Lophosaurus boydii)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Brigalow beaked gecko (Rhynchoedura mentalis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Brigalow nobbi (Diporiphora phaeospinosa)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Brigalow scaly-foot (Paradelma orientalis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Brisbane short necked turtle (Emydura macquarii macquarii)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Broad palmed rocketfrog (Litoria latopalmata)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Broad-banded sand swimmer (Eremiascincus richardsonii)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

broad-shelled river turtle (Chelodina expansa)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Broad-templed calyptotis (Calyptotis temporalis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Brown cuckoo-dove (Macropygia amboinensis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S3—Part 3

Brown shovelfoot (Notaden melanoscaphus)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Brown tree snake (Boiga irregularis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Brown-backed yellow-lined ctenotus (Ctenotus eurydice)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Brown-blazed wedgesnout ctenotus (Ctenotus allotropis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Brown-snouted blind snake (Anilios wiedii)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Brown-tailed bar-lipped skink (Glaphyromorphus fuscicaudis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Brush bronzewing (Phaps elegans)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S3—Part 3

Buff-breasted button-quail (Turnix olivii)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two birds that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two birds that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S10—Part 5

Bumpy rocketfrog (Litoria inermis)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Bunya sunskink (Lampropholis colossus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 5, S4—Part 5; Part 1

Burns's dragon (Amphibolurus burnsi)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Burton's legless lizard (Lialis burtonis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Buzzing nursery-frog (Cophixalus bombiens)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Buzzing treefrog (Litoria electrica)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Bynoe's gecko (Heteronotia binoei)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Byrne's gecko (Lucasium byrnei)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Canegrass dragon (Diporiphora winneckei)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Cann's longneck turtle (Chelodina canni)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Canopy goanna (Varanus keithhornei)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Cape Barren goose (Cereopsis novaehollandiae)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S7—Part 4

Cape Heath ctenotus (Ctenotus rawlinsoni)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Cape Melville bar-lipped skink (Glaphyromorphus othelarrni)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Cape Melville boulder frog (Cophixalus zweifeli)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S1—Part 5; Part 1

Cape Melville leaf-tailed gecko (Saltuarius eximius)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Cape Melville rainbow-skink (Carlia wundalthini)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Cape Melville shadeskink (Saproscincus saltus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Cape York bent-toed gecko (Nactus eboracensis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Cape York blind snake (Anilios leucoproctus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Cape York graceful treefrog (Litoria bella)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Cape York mulch-skink (Glaphyromorphus crassicaudus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Cape York nursery-frog (Cophixalus peninsularis)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S1—Part 5; Part 1

Cape York scaly-foot (Pygopus robertsi)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Cape York striped blind snake (Anilios chamodracaena)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Cape York worm-skink (Anomalopus pluto)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Capricorn ctenotus (Ctenotus capricorni)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 5, S4—Part 5; Part 1

Carbine barred frog (Mixophyes carbinensis)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Carpet python (Morelia spilota)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Cascade treefrog (Litoria pearsoniana)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S1—Part 5; Part 1

Central bearded dragon (Pogona vitticeps)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S5—Part 3

Central Deserts robust slider (Lerista desertorum)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Central netted dragon (Ctenophorus nuchalis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S5—Part 3

Centralian blue-tongued lizard (Tiliqua multifasciata)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Centralian lashtail dragon (Amphibolurus centralis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Chain-backed dtella (Gehyra catenata)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Chameleon dragon (Chelosania brunnea)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Chameleon gecko (Carphodactylus laevis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Chestnut quilled rock-pigeon (Petrophassa rufipennis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S3—Part 3

Chestnut teal (Anas castanea)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S7—Part 4

Chestnut-breasted mannikin (Lonchura castaneothorax)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can keep this animal without a licence unless you keep more than 10 live animals in the same class over 12 months.
  • You cannot keep this animal for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Controlled animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4 & S46—Part 2

Chevert gecko (Nactus cheverti)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Children's python (Antaresia childreni)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S5—Part 3

Chillagoe fine-lined slider (Lerista storri)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Chillagoe litter skink (Lygisaurus rococo)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 5, S4—Part 5; Part 1

Chirping froglet (Crinia deserticola)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Chubby gungan (Uperoleia rugosa)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Claw-snouted blind snake (Anilios unguirostris)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Clicking froglet (Crinia signifera)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Cloncurry parrot (B. zonarius macgillivrayi) (Barnardius zonarius macgillivrayi)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S3—Part 3

Closed-litter rainbow-skink (Carlia longipes)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Clouded gecko (Amalosia jacovae)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Coarse sands ctenotus (Ctenotus piankai)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Coastal snake-eyed skink (Cryptoblepharus litoralis litoralis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Coastal taipan (Oxyuranus scutellatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence.

Licence conditions
To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (including species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Coen rainbow-skink (Liburnascincus coensis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Collared delma (Delma torquata)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Collett's snake (Pseudechis colletti)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence.

Licence conditions
To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (including species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Common bronzewing (Phaps chalcoptera)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can keep this animal without a licence unless you keep more than 10 live animals in the same class over 12 months.
  • You cannot keep this animal for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Controlled animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4 & S46—Part 2

Common death adder (Acanthophis antarcticus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence.

Licence conditions
To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (including species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Common delma (Delma plebeia)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Common dwarf skink (Menetia greyii)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Common green treefrog (Litoria caerulea)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Common mistfrog (Litoria rheocola)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9—Part 5

Common scaly-foot (Pygopus lepidopodus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Concinnia spp (all species belonging to this genus) (Concinnia spp)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Cone-eared calyptotis (Calyptotis lepidorostrum)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Connors' Range broad-tailed gecko (Phyllurus championae)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Cooktown shadeskink (Saproscincus lewisi)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Cooloola sedgefrog (North Stradbroke Island Population) (Litoria sp. cf. cooloolensis (North Stradbroke Is population))

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9—Part 5

Cooloola sedgefrog (Litoria cooloolensis)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9—Part 5

Cooloola snake-skink (Ophioscincus cooloolensis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Copper backed broodfrog (Pseudophryne raveni)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Copper-tailed skink (Ctenotus taeniolatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Creaking nursery-frog (Cophixalus infacetus)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Crested pigeon (Ocyphaps (Geophaps) lophotes)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can keep this animal without a licence unless you keep more than 10 live animals in the same class over 12 months.
  • You cannot keep this animal for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Controlled animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4 & S46—Part 2

Crevice rainbow-skink (Carlia rimula)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Crimson finch (Neochmia phaeton)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S3—Part 3

Crimson rosella (Platycercus elegans elegans)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can keep this animal without a licence unless you keep more than 10 live animals in the same class over 12 months.
  • You cannot keep this animal for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Controlled animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4 & S46—Part 2

Crowned gecko (Lucasium stenodactylum)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Cunningham's skink (Egernia cunninghami)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S5—Part 3

Cyrtodactylus spp (all species belonging to this genus) (Cyrtodactylus spp)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Dainty nursery-frog (Cophixalus exiguus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S1—Part 5; Part 1

Dark bar-sided skink (Concinnia martini)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Dark-flecked garden sunskink (Lampropholis delicata)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Darling Downs earless dragon (Tympanocryptis condaminensis)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 2, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Desert burrowing frog (Platyplectrum spenceri)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Desert death adder (Acanthophis pyrrhus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence.

Licence conditions
To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (including species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Desert fat-tailed gecko (Diplodactylus laevis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Desert plain slider (Lerista aericeps)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Desert shovelfoot (Notaden nichollsi)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Desert skink (Liopholis inornata)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Diamond firetail (Stagonopleura guttata)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can keep this animal without a licence unless you keep more than 10 live animals in the same class over 12 months.
  • You cannot keep this animal for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Controlled animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4 & S46—Part 2

Diamond head turtle (Emydura subglobosa worrelli)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 5, S4—Part 5; Part 1

Diamond-shielded sunskink (Lampropholis adonis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Double-barred finch (Taeniopygia bichenovii)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can keep this animal without a licence unless you keep more than 10 live animals in the same class over 12 months.
  • You cannot keep this animal for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Controlled animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4 & S46—Part 2

Downs bearded dragon (Pogona henrylawsoni)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S5—Part 3

Dubious dtella (Gehyra dubia)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Dunmall's snake (Furina dunmalli)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Dusky gungan (Uperoleia fusca)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Dwarf litter-skink (Pygmaeascincus timlowi)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Dwarf mulch-skink (Glaphyromorphus pumilus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Earless frog (Cyclorana cryptotis)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Eastern barred wedgesnout ctenotus (Ctenotus strauchii)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Eastern beaked gecko (Rhynchoedura ormsbyi)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Eastern bearded dragon (Pogona barbata)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Eastern blue-tongued lizard (Tiliqua scincoides)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S5—Part 3

Eastern Cape litter-skink (Lygisaurus sesbrauna)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Eastern crevice-skink (Egernia mcpheei)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Eastern deserts fat-tailed gecko (Diplodactylus ameyi)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Eastern dwarf mulga snake (Pseudechis pailsi)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence.

Licence conditions
To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (including species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Eastern fat-tailed gecko (Diplodactylus platyurus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Eastern gungan (Uperoleia laevigata)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Eastern hooded scaly-foot (Pygopus schraderi)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Eastern mulch slider (Lerista fragilis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Eastern ranges rock-skink (Liopholis modesta)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Eastern robust slider (Lerista punctatovittata)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Eastern rosella (Platycercus eximius)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can keep this animal without a licence unless you keep more than 10 live animals in the same class over 12 months.
  • You cannot keep this animal for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Controlled animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4 & S46—Part 2

Eastern sedgefrog (Litoria fallax)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Eastern small-eyed snake (Rhinoplocephalus nigriscens)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence.

Licence conditions
To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (including species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Eastern snake-necked turtle (Chelodina longicollis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S5—Part 3

Eastern snapping frog (Cyclorana novaehollandiae)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Eastern stony creek frog (Litoria wilcoxii)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Eastern tiger snake (Notechis scutatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence.

Licence conditions
To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (including species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Eastern Torres rainbow-skink (Carlia quinquecarinata)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Eastern water dragon (Intellagama lesueurii)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Eastern water skink (Eulamprus quoyii)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Eclectus parrot (Australian subspecies) (Eclectus roratus macgillivrayi)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two birds that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two birds that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S10—Part 5

Eclectus parrot (international sub-species) (Eclectus roratus)

Keeping of this animal requires an international licence.

Licence conditions
There are only 2 species that require this licence in Australia - the international sub-species of both the eclectus parrot and the green python.
Licence caps
On an international licence, you are allowed to keep up to 50 animals.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = International animals.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
International animals
Applicable regulation
Nature conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 7, S36.—International wildlife

Einasleigh gungan (Uperoleia littlejohni)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Einasleigh rock dtella (Gehyra einasleighensis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Elegant rainbow-skink (Carlia decora)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Elegant snake-eyed skink (Cryptoblepharus pulcher pulcher)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Elf skink (Eroticoscincus graciloides)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Emerald dove (Chalcophaps indica)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can keep this animal without a licence unless you keep more than 10 live animals in the same class over 12 months.
  • You cannot keep this animal for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Controlled animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4 & S46—Part 2

Emerald monitor (Varanus prasinus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 5, S4—Part 5; Part 1

Emerald spotted treefrog (Litoria peronii)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Emmott's short-neck turtle (Emydura macquarii emmotti)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Endeavour River litter skink (Lygisaurus tanneri)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Eungella shadeskink (Saproscincus eungellensis)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Eungella tinkerfrog (Taudactylus liemi)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9—Part 5

Eungella torrent frog (Taudactylus eungellensis)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9—Part 5

Excitable delma (Delma tincta)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Eyre Basin beaked gecko (Rhynchoedura eyrensis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Eyrean earless dragon (Tympanocryptis tetraporophora)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Faint-striped blind snake (Anilios broomi)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Fassifern blind snake (Anilios insperatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Figbird (Specotheres viridis)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two birds that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two birds that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S10—Part 5

Fine side-lined ctenotus (Ctenotus dux)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Fine-browed dwarf skink (Pygmaeascincus koshlandae)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Fine-lined slider (Lerista chordae)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Fine-spotted mulch-skink (Glaphyromorphus punctulatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Fire-tailed rainbow-skink (Lygisaurus parrhasius)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Fire-tailed skink (Morethia taeniopleura)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Firedart litter-skink (Lygisaurus malleolus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Fitzroy turtle (Rheodytes leukops)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Five-lined earless dragon (Tympanocryptis pentalineata)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Fleay's barred frog (Mixophyes fleayi)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9—Part 5

Flock bronzewing (Phaps histrionica)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S3—Part 3

Floodplain gungan (Uperoleia inundata)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Four-fingered shadeskink (Saproscincus tetradactylus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Fraser Island short-neck turtle (Emydura macquarii nigra)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Freshwater snake (Tropidonophis mairii)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Freycinet's frog (Litoria freycineti)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S1—Part 5; Part 1

Friendly sunskink (Lampropholis amicula)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Frilled-neck lizard (Chlamydosaurus kingii)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Fuhn's snake-eyed skink (Cryptoblepharus fuhni)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Gang gang cockatoo (Callocephalon fimbriatum)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two birds that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two birds that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S10—Part 5

Gehyra versicolor (Gehyra versicolor)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Ghost skink (Eremiascincus phantasmus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Giant barred frog (Mixophyes iteratus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9—Part 5

Giant rocketfrog (Litoria watjulumensis)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Giant tree gecko (Pseudothecadactylus australis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Gibber earless dragon (Tympanocryptis intima)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Gidgee skink (Egernia stokesii)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Gilbert's dragon (Amphibolurus gilberti)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Girdled slider (Lerista zonulata)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Glossy black-cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus lathami)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two birds that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two birds that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S10—Part 5

Golden-capped boulder-frog (Cophixalus pakayakulangun)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Golden-eyed gecko (Strophurus trux)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Golden-shouldered parrot (Psephotus chrysopterygius)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S3—Part 3

Golden-tailed gecko (Strophurus taenicauda)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 5, S4—Part 5; Part 1

Graceful treefrog (Litoria gracilenta)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Granite leaf-tailed gecko (Saltuarius wyberba)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Grassland collared frog (Cyclorana cultripes)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Grassplains ctenotus (Ctenotus agrestis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Gravel-downs ctenotus (Ctenotus serotinus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Gravelly-soil ctenotus (Ctenotus lateralis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Great barred frog (Mixophyes fasciolatus)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Great brown broodfrog (Pseudophryne major)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Green pygmy-goose (Nettapus pulchellus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S7—Part 4

Green python (Australian sub-species) (Morelia viridis)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 5, S4—Part 5; Part 1

Green python (international sub-species) (Morelia viridis)

Keeping of this animal requires an international licence.

Licence conditions
There are only 2 species that require this licence in Australia - the international sub-species of both the eclectus parrot and the green python.
Licence caps
On an international licence, you are allowed to keep up to 50 animals.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = International animals.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
International animals
Applicable regulation
Nature conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 7, S36.—International wildlife

Green rosella (Platycercus caledonicus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two birds that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two birds that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S10—Part 5

Green thighed frog (Litoria brevipalmata)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Green tree snake (Dendrelaphis punctulatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Greenstripe frog (Cyclorana alboguttata)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Grey bellied pobblebonk (Limnodynastes dumerilii)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Grey snake (Hemiaspis damelii)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 2, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Grey teal (Anas gracilis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S7—Part 4

Grey-bellied sunskink (Lampropholis robertsi)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Growling green eyed frog (Litoria eucnemis)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Gulbaru gecko (Phyllurus gulbaru)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 2, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Gulf fat-tailed gecko (Diplodactylus barraganae)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Gulf marbled velvet gecko (Oedura bella)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Gulf snapping turtle (Elseya lavarackorum)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Hannah's shadeskink (Saproscincus hannahae)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Hardhead (Aythya australis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S7—Part 4

Heath shadeskink (Saproscincus oriarus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Hinchinbrook ctenotus (Ctenotus terrareginae)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Hinchinbrook Island nursery-frog (Cophixalus hinchinbrookensis)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Hobson's fine-line slider (Lerista hobsoni)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Holy cross frog (Notaden bennettii)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Hooded parrot (Psephotus dissimilis)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can keep this animal without a licence unless you keep more than 10 live animals in the same class over 12 months.
  • You cannot keep this animal for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Controlled animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4 & S46—Part 2

Hooded scaly-foot (Pygopus nigriceps)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Hoplocephalus spp (all species belonging to this genus) (Hoplocephalus spp)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence.

Licence conditions
To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (including species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Hoskin's ring-tailed gecko (Cyrtodactylus hoskini)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Hosmer's skink (Egernia hosmeri)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Hydrophiidae spp (all species belonging to this genus) (Hydrophiidae spp)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence.

Licence conditions
Hydrophiidae includes many species of venomous sea snakes. I'd suggest you contact the department for more information about this species.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (including species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Ingram's lerista (Lerista ingrami)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Inland marbled velvet gecko (Oedura cincta)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Inland snake-eyed skink (Cryptoblepharus australis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Interior blind snake (Anilios endoterus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Irwin's turtle (Elseya irwini)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Jacky lizard (Amphibolurus muricatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Jardine River turtle (Emydura subglobosa subglobosa)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Javelin frog (Litoria microbelos)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Jewelled gecko (Strophurus elderi)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Johnstone River snapping turtle (Elseya irwini (Johnstone))

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Karma spp (all species belonging to this genus) (Karma spp)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

King brown snake (Pseudechis australis)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence.

Licence conditions
To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (including species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

King parrot (Alisterus scapularis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S3—Part 3

Krefft's river turtle (Emydura krefftii)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S5—Part 3

Kristin's spiny-tailed gecko (Strophurus krisalys)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Kroombit tinkerfrog (Taudactylus pleione)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9—Part 5

Kroombit treefrog (Litoria kroombitensis)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9—Part 5

Kuranda treefrog (Litoria myola)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9—Part 5

Kutini boulder-frog (Cophixalus kulakula)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Lace monitor (Varanus varius)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Lally's two-line dragon (Diporiphora lalliae)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Lampropholis (all species belonging to this genus) (Lampropholis spp)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Land mullet (Bellatorias major)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Large-disced litter-skink (Lygisaurus aeratus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Laticaudidae spp (all species belonging to this genus) (Laticaudidae spp)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence.

Licence conditions
Laticaudidae includes many species of venomous sea snakes. I'd suggest you contact the department for more information about this species.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (including species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Leaden-bellied fine-line slider (Lerista vanderduysi)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Lemon-barred forest-skink (Concinnia amplus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Leonhardi's ctenotus (Ctenotus leonhardii)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Leopard ctenotus (Ctenotus pantherinus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Lerista allanae (Lerista allanae)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 2, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Lesser robust fine-lined slider (Lerista karlschmidti)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Lesueur's velvet gecko (Amalosia lesueurii)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Limbless fine-lined slider (Lerista ameles)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Limbless snake-tooth skink (Coeranoscincus frontalis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Lined earless dragon (Tympanocryptis lineata)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Lined firetail skink (Morethia ruficauda)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Lined rainbow-skink (Carlia jarnoldae)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Little button-quail (Turnix velox)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can keep this animal without a licence unless you keep more than 10 live animals in the same class over 12 months.
  • You cannot keep this animal for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Controlled animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4 & S46—Part 2

Little collared frog (Cyclorana manya)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Little file snake (Acrochordus granulatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Little lorikeet (Glossopsitta pusilla)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S3—Part 3

Little waterfall frog (Litoria lorica)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9—Part 5

Littoral whip-tail skink (Emoia atrocostata australis)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Lively ctenotus (Ctenotus alacer)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Long snouted treefrog (Litoria longirostris)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9—Part 5

Long-beaked blind snake (Anilios grypus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Long-billed black-cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus baudinii)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two birds that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two birds that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S10—Part 5

Long-legged worm skink (Anomalopus mackayi)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 2, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Long-nosed dragon (Amphibolurus longirostris)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Long-tailed finch (Poephila acuticauda)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can keep this animal without a licence unless you keep more than 10 live animals in the same class over 12 months.
  • You cannot keep this animal for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Controlled animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4 & S46—Part 2

Long-tailed rock monitor (Varanus glebopalma)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Lowlands bar-lipped skink (Eremiascincus pardalis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Lyon's soil-crevice skink (Proablepharus barrylyoni)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Macleay's fig parrot (Cyclopsita diopthalma macleayana)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two birds that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two birds that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S10—Part 5

Macleay's rainbow-skink (Carlia sexdentata)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Macleay's water snake (Pseudoferania polylepis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Magnetic Island dwarf skink (Pygmaeascincus sadlieri)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Magnificent broodfrog (Pseudophryne covacevichae)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S1—Part 5; Part 1

Magpie goose (Anseranas semipalmata)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S7—Part 4

Major Mitchell's cockatoo (Cacatua leadbeateri)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two birds that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two birds that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S10—Part 5

Major skink (Bellatorias frerei)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Mallee dragon (Ctenophorus fordi)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Mallee ringneck (Barnardius zonarius barnardi)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can keep this animal without a licence unless you keep more than 10 live animals in the same class over 12 months.
  • You cannot keep this animal for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Controlled animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4 & S46—Part 2

Maned duck (Chenonetta jubata)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S7—Part 4

Mangrove monitor (Varanus indicus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Mangrove skink (Emoia atrocostata atrocostata)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 5, S4—Part 5; Part 1

Marbled frog (Limnodynastes convexiusculus)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Mary River tortoise (Elusor macrurus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 2, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Masked finch (Poephila personata)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can keep this animal without a licence unless you keep more than 10 live animals in the same class over 12 months.
  • You cannot keep this animal for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Controlled animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4 & S46—Part 2

Masked lapwing (Vanellus miles)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two birds that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two birds that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S10—Part 5

Masked mountainfrog (Philoria loveridgei)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Massive-gibber ctenotus (Ctenotus septenarius)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

McDonald's ring-tailed gecko (Cyrtodactylus mcdonaldi)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

McIlwraith bar-lipped skink (Glaphyromorphus nyanchupinta)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

McIlwraith leaf-tailed gecko (Orraya occultus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

McIlwraith ring-tailed gecko (Cyrtodactylus pronarus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Meeowing frog (Neobatrachus sudellae)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Melville Range treefrog (Litoria andiirrmalin)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S1—Part 5; Part 1

Menetia sadlieri (Menetia sadlieri)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Mengden's brown snake (Pseudonaja mengdeni)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence.

Licence conditions
To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (including species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Mertens' water monitor (Varanus mertensi)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Metallic snake-eyed skink (Cryptoblepharus metallicus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Military dragon (Ctenophorus isolepis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Mimicking gungan (Uperoleia mimula)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Mitchell's water monitor (Varanus mitchelli)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Mottled barred frog (Mixophyes coggeri)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Mount Cooper striped lerista (Lerista vittata)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Mount Elliot broad-tailed gecko (Phyllurus amnicola)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Mount Elliot nursery-frog (Cophixalus mcdonaldi)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S1—Part 5; Part 1

Mount Jukes broad-tailed gecko (Phyllurus isis)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Mount Ossa broad-tailed gecko (Phyllurus ossa)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Mountain mistfrog (Litoria nyakalensis)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9—Part 5

Mountain nursery-frog (Cophixalus monticola)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S1—Part 5; Part 1

Mourning gecko (Lepidodactylus lugubris)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Mt Elliot skink (Glaphyromorphus clandestinus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Mt Surprise litter-skink (Lygisaurus abscondita)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Mulga parrot (Psephotus varius)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S3—Part 3

Murray turtle (Emydura macquarii)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S5—Part 3

Murray's skink (Karma murrayi)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Musk lorikeet (Glossopsitta concinna)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can keep this animal without a licence unless you keep more than 10 live animals in the same class over 12 months.
  • You cannot keep this animal for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Controlled animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4 & S46—Part 2

Nactus cf. pelagicus (Nactus cf. pelagicus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Nangur skink (Nangura spinosa)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 2, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Naretha blue bonnet (Northiella haematogaster naretha)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two birds that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two birds that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S10—Part 5

Narrow-banded sand swimmer (Eremiascincus fasciolatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Nephrurus amyae (Nephrurus amyae)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S5—Part 3

New England treefrog (Litoria subglandulosa)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S1—Part 5; Part 1

Nobbi (Diporiphora nobbi)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Noonbah robust slider (Lerista emmotti)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

North-eastern blind snake (Anilios torresianus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

North-eastern orange-tailed slider (Lerista orientalis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

North-western sandslider (Lerista bipes)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Northern bar-lipped skink (Eremiascincus isolepis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Northern bar-sided skink (Concinnia brachysoma)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Northern barred frog (Mixophyes schevilli)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Northern blind snake (Anilios diversus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Northern clawless gecko (Crenadactylus naso)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Northern death adder (Acanthophis praelongus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence.

Licence conditions
To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (including species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Northern dtella (Gehyra australis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Northern dwarf skink (Menetia maini)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Northern froglet (Crinia remota)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Northern gastric brooding frog (Rheobatrachus vitellinus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9—Part 5

Northern hooded scaly-foot (Pygopus steelescotti)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Northern laughing treefrog (Litoria rothii)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Northern leaf-tailed gecko (Saltuarius cornutus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Northern nursery-frog (Cophixalus crepitans)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S1—Part 5; Part 1

Northern ornate nursery-frog (Cophixalus ornatus)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Northern rosella (Platycercus venustus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S3—Part 3

Northern sedgefrog (Litoria bicolor)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

northern snake-necked turtle (Chelodina oblonga)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Northern snapping frog (Cyclorana australis)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Northern soil-crevice skink (Proablepharus tenuis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Northern spotted rock dtella (Gehyra nana)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Northern spotted velvet gecko (Oedura coggeri)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Northern stony creek frog (Litoria jungguy)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Northern tinkerfrog (Taudactylus rheophilus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9—Part 5

Northern tree snake (Dendrelaphis calligastra)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Northern velvet gecko (Oedura castelnaui)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Northern waterfrog (Litoria dahlii)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Northern yellow-faced turtle (Emydura tanybaraga)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Notechis spp (all species belonging to this genus) (Notechis spp)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence.

Licence conditions
To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (including species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Nubbined fine-lined slider (Lerista colliveri)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Nullum ctenotus (Ctenotus nullum)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Oakview leaf-tailed gecko (Phyllurus kabikabi)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 2, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Oceanic gecko (Gehyra oceanica)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Ocellated velvet gecko (Oedura monilis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Olive python (Liasis olivaceus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Olympic ctenotus (Ctenotus olympicus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Open-litter rainbow skink (Carlia pectoralis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Orange eyed treefrog (Litoria chloris)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Orange shouldered gungan (Uperoleia trachyderma)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Orange thighed treefrog (Litoria xanthomera)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Orange-flanked rainbow-skink (Carlia rubigo)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Orange-speckled forest-skink (Magmellia luteilateralis)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Orange-tailed finesnout ctenotus (Ctenotus leae)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Orange-tailed shadeskink (Saproscincus challengeri)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Ornamental snake (Denisonia maculata)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Ornate burrowing frog (Platyplectrum ornatum)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Ornate soil-crevice skink (Notoscincus ornatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Outcrop rainbow-skink (Liburnascincus mundivensis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Oxyuranus spp (all species belonging to this genus) (Oxyuranus spp)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence.

Licence conditions
To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (including species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Painted button-quail (Turnix varia)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can keep this animal without a licence unless you keep more than 10 live animals in the same class over 12 months.
  • You cannot keep this animal for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Controlled animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4 & S46—Part 2

Painted dragon (Ctenophorus pictus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Painted finch (Emblema pictum)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can keep this animal without a licence unless you keep more than 10 live animals in the same class over 12 months.
  • You cannot keep this animal for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Controlled animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4 & S46—Part 2

Pale-flecked garden sunskink (Lampropholis guichenoti)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Pale-headed rosella (Platycercus adscitus)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can keep this animal without a licence unless you keep more than 10 live animals in the same class over 12 months.
  • You cannot keep this animal for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Controlled animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4 & S46—Part 2

Pale-headed snake (Hoplocephalus bitorquatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence.

Licence conditions
To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (including species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Pale-lipped shadeskink (Saproscincus spectabilis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Pale-rumped ctenotus (Ctenotus regius)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Pale-striped ground gecko (Lucasium immaculatum)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Pallid rocketfrog (Litoria pallida)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Papuan black snake (Pseudechis papuanus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence.

Licence conditions
To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (including species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Papuan death adder (Acanthophis rugosus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence.

Licence conditions
To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (including species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Partridge pigeon (Geophaps smithii)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two birds that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two birds that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S10—Part 5

Pascoe River ring-tailed gecko (Cyrtodactylus adorus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Patternless delma (Delma inornata)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Peeping whistlefrog (Austrochaperina fryi)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Peppered-belly broad-tailed gecko (Phyllurus nepthys)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Perentie (Varanus giganteus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Pictorella mannikin (Heteromunia pectoralis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S3—Part 3

Pied imperial-pigeon (Ducula bicolor)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S3—Part 3

Pink snake (Cryptophis incredibilis)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Pink-eared duck (Malacorhynchus membranaceus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S7—Part 4

Pink-tongued lizard (Hemisphaeriodon gerrardii)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S5—Part 3

Plain-backed sunskink (Lampropholis couperi)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Plains death adder (Acanthophis hawkei)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence.

Licence conditions
To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (including species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Plum-headed finch (Neochmia modesta)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S3—Part 3

Plumed whistling-duck (Dendrocygna eytoni)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S7—Part 4

Port Lincoln ringneck (Barnardius zonarius zonarius)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can keep this animal without a licence unless you keep more than 10 live animals in the same class over 12 months.
  • You cannot keep this animal for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Controlled animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4 & S46—Part 2

Pouched frog (Assa darlingtoni)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Prickly forest skink (Gnypetoscincus queenslandiae)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Prong-snouted blind snake (Anilios bituberculatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Proximus blind snake (Anilios proximus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Pseudechis spp (all species belonging to this genus) (Pseudechis spp)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence.

Licence conditions
To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (including species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Pseudonaja spp (all species belonging to this genus) (Pseudonaja spp)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence.

Licence conditions
To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (including species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Purple-crowned lorikeet (Glossopsitta porphyrocephala)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S3—Part 3

Purplish dtella (Gehyra purpurascens)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Pygmy mulga monitor (Varanus gilleni)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Pygmy snake-eyed skink (Cryptoblepharus tytthos)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Quinkan ctenotus (Ctenotus quinkan)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Quinkan velvet gecko (Oedura jowalbinna)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Radjah shelduck (Tadorna radjah)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S7—Part 4

Ragged snake-eyed skink (Cryptoblepharus pannosus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Rainbow lorikeet (Australian sub-species) (Trichoglossus haematodus rubritorquatus)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can keep this animal without a licence unless you keep more than 10 live animals in the same class over 12 months.
  • You cannot keep this animal for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Controlled animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4 & S46—Part 2

Rainforest cool-skink (Harrisoniascincus zia)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Rainforest edge litter-skink (Lygisaurus laevis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Rainforest sunskink (Lampropholis coggeri)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Ramphotyphlops silvia (Ramphotyphlops silvia)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 5, S4—Part 5; Part 1

Rattling frog (Neobatrachus aquilonius)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Rattling nursery-frog (Cophixalus hosmeri)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9—Part 5

Red backed broodfrog (Pseudophryne coriacea)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Red wattlebird (Anthochaera carunculata)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two birds that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two birds that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S10—Part 5

Red-and-yellow mountainfrog (Philoria kundagungan)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S1—Part 5; Part 1

Red-backed button-quail (Turnix maculosa)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S3—Part 3

Red-bellied black snake (Pseudechis porphyriacus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence.

Licence conditions
To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (including species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Red-browed finch (Neochmia temporalis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S3—Part 3

Red-capped parrot (Purpureicephalus spurius)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can keep this animal without a licence unless you keep more than 10 live animals in the same class over 12 months.
  • You cannot keep this animal for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Controlled animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4 & S46—Part 2

Red-chested button-quail (Turnix pyrrhothorax)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S3—Part 3

Red-eared firetail (Tagonopleura oculata)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two birds that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two birds that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S10—Part 5

Red-flushed river turtle (Emydura subglobosa)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Red-sided ctenotus (Ctenotus pulchellus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Red-tailed black-cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus banskii)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two birds that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two birds that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S10—Part 5

Red-tailed soil-crevice skink (Proablepharus kinghorni)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Red-throated rainbow-skink (Carlia rubrigularis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Red-throated skink (Acritoscincus platynotum)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Red-winged parrot (Aprosmictus erythropterus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S3—Part 3

Regent parrot (Polytelis anthopeplus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S3—Part 3

Ribbon ctenotus (Ctenotus taeniatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Richardson's mangrove snake (Myron richardsonii)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Ridge-tailed monitor (Varanus acanthurus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Ring-tailed dragon (Ctenophorus caudicinctus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Ringed brown snake (Pseudonaja modesta)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence.

Licence conditions
To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (including species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Ringed thin-tailed gecko (Phyllurus caudiannulatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Roberts' blind snake (Anilios robertsi)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Robust blind snake (Anilios ligatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Robust dtella (Gehyra robusta)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Robust rainbow-skink (Carlia schmeltzii)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Robust velvet gecko (Nebulifera robusta)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Robust whistlefrog (Austrochaperina robusta)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Rochford slider (Lerista rochfordensis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Rock parrot (Neophema petrophila)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S3—Part 3

Roma earless dragon (Tympanocryptis wilsoni)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 3, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Rose's shadeskink (Saproscincus rosei)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Rose-crowned fruit-dove (Ptilinopus regina)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two birds that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two birds that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S10—Part 5

Rosy ctenotus (Ctenotus rosarium)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Rough collared frog (Cyclorana verrucosa)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Rough knob-tailed gecko (Nephrurus asper)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S5—Part 3

Rough scaled python (Morelia carinata)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 3

Rough scaled snake (Tropidechis carinatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence.

Licence conditions
To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (including species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Rough-throated leaf-tailed gecko (Saltuarius salebrosus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Round-tailed blind snake (Anilios aspina)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Ruddy treefrog (Litoria rubella)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Rusty desert monitor (Varanus eremius)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Rusty monitor (Varanus semiremex)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Rusty-topped delma (Delma borea)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Salmon striped frog (Limnodynastes salmini)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Saltbush morethia skink (Morethia adelaidensis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Saltbush slender bluetongue (Cyclodomorphus venustus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Sand monitor (Varanus gouldii)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Sandstone frog (Litoria coplandi)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Sandy rainbow-skink (Carlia dogare)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Satinay sand skink (Coggeria naufragus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Saw-shelled turtle (Elseya latisternum)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S5—Part 3

Saxicoline sunskink (Lampropholis mirabilis)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 5, S4—Part 5; Part 1

Scaly-breasted lorikeet (Trichoglossus chlorolepidotus)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can keep this animal without a licence unless you keep more than 10 live animals in the same class over 12 months.
  • You cannot keep this animal for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Controlled animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4 & S46—Part 2

Scarlet honeyeater (Myzomela sanguinolenta)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two birds that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two birds that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S10—Part 5

Scarlet sided pobblebonk (Limnodynastes terraereginae)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Scheville's ctenotus (Ctenotus schevilli)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 5, S4—Part 5; Part 1

Schomburgk's ctenotus (Ctenotus schomburgkii)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Scute-snouted calyptotis (Calyptotis scutirostrum)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Shaded-litter rainbow-skink (Carlia munda)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Sharp snouted dayfrog (Taudactylus acutirostris)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9—Part 5

Sharp-snouted legless lizard (Delma nasuta)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Shingle-back (Tiliqua rugosa)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Short-billed black-cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus latirostris)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two birds that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two birds that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S10—Part 5

Short-footed ctenotus (Ctenotus brevipes)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Short-limbed snake-skink (Ophioscincus truncatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Short-necked worm-skink (Anomalopus brevicollis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Short-tailed dtella (Gehyra baliola)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Short-tailed pygmy monitor (Varanus brevicauda)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Shrill whistlefrog (Austrochaperina gracilipes)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Shrub whiptail-skink (Emoia longicauda)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Silvereye (grey-backed) (Zosterops lateralis)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two birds that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two birds that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S10—Part 5

Slate-brown snake (Stegonotus parvus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Slatey-grey snake (Stegonotus cucullatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Slender chained gecko (Lepidodactylus pumilus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 5, S4—Part 5; Part 1

Slender mulch-skink (Glaphyromorphus cracens)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Small-headed blind snake (Anilios affinis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Soft-spined gecko (Strophurus williamsi)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

South-eastern morethia skink (Morethia boulengeri)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Southern angle-headed dragon (Lophosaurus spinipes)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Southern blind snake (Anilios australis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Southern Cape York finesnout ctenotus (Ctenotus zebrilla)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Southern dayfrog (Taudactylus diurnus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9—Part 5

Southern gastric brooding frog (Rheobatrachus silus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two frogs that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two frogs that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S9—Part 5

Southern laughing treefrog (Litoria tyleri)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Southern leaf-tailed gecko (Saltuarius swaini)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Southern ornate nursery-frog (Cophixalus australis)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Southern rainbow-skink (Carlia tetradactyla)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Southern sandslider (Lerista labialis)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Southern snapping turtle (Elseya albagula)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two reptiles that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two reptiles that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11; Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Schedule 2, S6—Part 5; Part 1

Southern spotted velvet gecko (Oedura tryoni)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Speckled brown snake (Pseudonaja guttata)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence.

Licence conditions
To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (including species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Speckled worm-skink (Anomalopus gowi)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Spencer's monitor (Varanus spenceri)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Spinifex pigeon (Geophaps plumifera)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S3—Part 3

Spinifex slender bluetongue (Cyclodomorphus melanops)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Spiny-tailed gecko (Strophurus ciliaris)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Splendid fairy-wren (Malurus splendens)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two birds that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two birds that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S10—Part 5

Spotted black snake (Pseudechis guttatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence.

Licence conditions
To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (including species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S11—Part 5

Spotted collared frog (Cyclorana maculosa)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Spotted grassfrog (Limnodynastes tasmaniensis)

Keeping of this animal may require a standard licence or no licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • You can catch this animal from your land and keep it without a recreational wildlife licence, as long as you keep it on your land and for your own enjoyment.
  • You cannot keep more than 8 frogs or 2 of the same species.
  • If these have offspring you must release them into the wild within 7 days of the tadpoles turning into adult frogs.
  • If you wish to keep more than 8 frogs or more than 2 of the same species you must apply for a standard recreational wildlife licence.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Chapter 3, S50; Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S6—Part 1; Part 4

Spotted pardalote (Pardalotus punctatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a restricted licence or a standard licence—check the licence conditions.

Licence conditions
  • To keep more than two birds that are restricted animals, you must apply for a restricted RWL. You can keep up to two birds that are restricted animals on a standard RWL.
  • To keep this animal you must show you have the knowledge, experience and facilities that meet requirements under the relevant code of practice.
Licence caps
On a restricted licence, an assessment by a wildlife officer will determine how many you can keep. On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
  • For a Restricted licence for this animal: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Restricted: birds, reptiles and amphibians (excluding species in the Families Elapidae, Hydrophiidae and Laticaudidae).
  • For a standard licence select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Restricted animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S10—Part 5

Spotted python (Antaresia maculosus)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S5—Part 3

Spotted tree monitor (Varanus scalaris)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can only be kept for private enjoyment and cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Recreational animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S8—Part 4

Squatter pigeon (Geophaps scripta)

Keeping of this animal requires a standard licence.

Licence conditions
This animal can be sold and bought from a commercial business.
Licence caps
On a standard licence, you are allowed to keep up to 300 controlled, commercial and recreational native birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Cost
See Licence types and fees.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online in Connect
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Recreational Wildlife Licence, "Activity" = Keeping live recreational animals, "Sub-activity" = Standard: birds, reptiles and amphibians.
More information
More information and application
If unsure, contact us on 1300 130 372 (Option 4).
Protection classification
Commercial animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Wildlife Management) Regulation 2006 Schedule 4, S3—Part 3

Steindachner's gecko (Lucasium steindachneri)

Keeping of this animal requires a