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All care has been taken when compiling this list however it is subject to change. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, email palm@des.qld.gov.au for clarification.

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Displaying licence information for 312 animals requiring a specialised licence.

Apostlebird (Struthidea cinerea)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Arafura file snake (Acrochordus arafurae)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Australasian shoveler (Spatula rhynchotis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Australian brush-turkey (Alectura lathami)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Australian magpie (Cracticus tibicen)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Australian white ibis (Threskiornis molucca)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Banded lapwing (Vanellus tricolor)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Banded stilt (Cladorhynchus leucocephalus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Bandy-bandy (Vermicella annulata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Bardick (Echiopsis curta)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Baudin's black-cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus baudinii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Beaked gecko (Rhynchoedura ornata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Bell's turtle (Wollumbinia belli)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Bibrons toadlet (Pseudophryne bibronii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Black swan (Cygnus atratus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Black tiger snake (Notechis ater)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. If authorised for dangerous animals you may keep a maximum of 50 dangerous animals unless otherwise authorised. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Black-bellied swamp snake (Hemiaspis signata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Black-collared dragon (Ctenophorus clayi)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Black-faced woodswallow (Artamus cinereus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Black-palmed monitor (Varanus glebopalma)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Black-spotted spiny-tailed monitor (Varanus baritji)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Black-tailed native hen (Gallinula ventralis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Black-winged stilt (Himantopus himantopus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Blackish blind snake (Anilios nigrescens)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Blue-breasted fairy-wren (Malurus pulcherrimus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Blue-faced honeyeater (Entomyzon cyanotis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
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How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Blue-winged kookaburra (Dacelo leachii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Bockadam (Cerberus australis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Booroolong frog (Litoria booroolongensis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Boyd's forest dragon (Lophosaurus boydii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Broad-headed snake (Hoplocephalus bungaroides)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. If authorised for dangerous animals you may keep a maximum of 50 dangerous animals unless otherwise authorised. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Buff-banded rail (Gallirallus philippensis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Bush stone-curlew (Burhinus grallarius)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Bush's monitor (Varanus bushi)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Canegrass dragon (Diporiphora winneckei)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Carnaby's black-cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus latirostris)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Cascade treefrog (Litoria pearsoniana)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Cattle egret (Bubulcus ibis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Central military dragon (Ctenophorus isolepis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Central Pilbara spiny-taled skink (Egernia eos)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Central Ranges rock-skink (Liopholis margaretae)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Central ranges taipan (Oxyuranus temporalis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. If authorised for dangerous animals you may keep a maximum of 50 dangerous animals unless otherwise authorised. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Centralian dtella (Gehyra montium)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Centralian earless dragon (Tympanocryptis centralis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Chameleon dragon (Chelosania brunnea)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Chameleon gecko (Carphodactylus laevis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Chappell Island tiger snake (Notechis ater serventyi)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. If authorised for dangerous animals you may keep a maximum of 50 dangerous animals unless otherwise authorised. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Chestnut rail (Eulabeornis castaneoventris)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Chestnut-backed button-quail (Turnix castanota)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Claypan dragon (Ctenophorus salinarum)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Coastal taipan (Oxyuranus scutellatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. If authorised for dangerous animals you may keep a maximum of 50 dangerous animals unless otherwise authorised. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Coen rainbow-skink (Liburnascincus coensis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Collett's snake (Pseudechis colletti)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. If authorised for dangerous animals you may keep a maximum of 50 dangerous animals unless otherwise authorised. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Common death adder (Acanthophis antarcticus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Coral snake (Brachyurophis australis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Cotton pygmy-goose (Nettapus coromandelianus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Cresent honeyeater (Phylidonyris pyrrhopterus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Crested dragon (Ctenophorus cristatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Crowned gecko (Lucasium stenodactylum)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Dark bar-sided skink (Concinnia martini)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

De Vis' banded snake (Denisonia devisi)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Dendys toadlet (Pseudophryne dendyi)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Desert death adder (Acanthophis pyrrhus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Desert fat-tailed gecko (Diplodactylus laevis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Desert froglet (Crinia deserticola)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Desert spadefoot (Notaden nichollsi)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Dollarbird (Eurystomus orientalis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Dotted velvet gecko (Oedura gemmata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Dugite (Pseudechis affinis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. If authorised for dangerous animals you may keep a maximum of 50 dangerous animals unless otherwise authorised. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Dusky moorhen (Gallinula tenebrosus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Dusky woodswallow (Artamus cyanopterus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Dwarf crowned snake (Cacophis krefftii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Eastern brown snake (Pseudonaja textilis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. If authorised for dangerous animals you may keep a maximum of 50 dangerous animals unless otherwise authorised. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Eastern crevice-skink (Egernia mcpheei)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Eastern deserts fat-tailed gecko (Diplodactylus ameyi)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
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Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Eastern fat-tailed gecko (Diplodactylus platyurus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Eastern Pilbara spiny-tailed skink (Egernia depressa)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Eastern small-eyed snake (Cryptophis nigrescens)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Eastern smooth frog (Geocrinia victoriana)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Eastern spinebill (Acanthorhynchus tenuirostris)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Eastern spiny-tailed skink (Egernia epsisolus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Eastern tiger snake (Notechis scutatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. If authorised for dangerous animals you may keep a maximum of 50 dangerous animals unless otherwise authorised. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Eastern whipbird (Psophodes olivaceus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Eastern yellow robin (Eopsaltria australis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Eclectus parrot (Australian subspecies) (Eclectus roratus macgillivrayi)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Emerald monitor (Varanus prasinus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Eurasian coot (Fulica atra)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Eyrean earless dragon (Tympanocryptis tetraporophora)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Fitzroy River turtle (Rheodytes leukops)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Flame robin (Petroica phoenicea)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Flat-shelled turtle (Chelodina steindachneri)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Forest kingfisher (Todiramphus macleayii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Freckled duck (Stictonetta naevosa)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Frilled lizard (Chlamydosaurus kingii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Giant barred frog (Mixophyes iteratus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Giant burrowing frog (Heleioporus australiacus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Gibber earless dragon (Tympanocryptis intima)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Gibber gecko (Lucasium byrnei)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Glossy black-cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus lathami)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Glossy ibis (Plegadis falcinellus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
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Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Golden crowned snake (Cacophis squamulosus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Golden whistler (Pachycephala pectoralis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Granit Belt thick-tailed gecko (Uvidicolus sphyrurus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Granite leaf-tailed gecko (Saltuarius wyberba)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Great barred frog (Mixophyes fasciolatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Greater black whipsnake (Demansia papuensis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Green and golden bell frog (Litoria aurea)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Green catbird (Ailuroedus crassirostris)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Green pygmy-goose (Nettapus pulchellus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Green thighed frog (Litoria brevipalmata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Growling green eyed frog (Litoria eucnemis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Gulf fat-tailed gecko (Diplodactylus barraganae)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Gulf snapping turtle (Elseya lavarackorum)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Haswells froglet (Paracrinia haswelli)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Heath monitor (Varanus rosenbergi)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Helmeted gecko (Diplodactylus galeatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Highlands copperhead (Austrelaps ramsayi)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Holy cross frog (Notaden bennettii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Hooded robin (Melanodryas cucullata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Ingram's brown snake (Pseudonaja ingrami)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. If authorised for dangerous animals you may keep a maximum of 50 dangerous animals unless otherwise authorised. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Inland dotterel (Charadrius australis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Irwin's turtle (Elseya irwini)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Jewelled gecko (Strophurus elderi)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Kangaroo Island tiger snake (Notechis ater niger)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. If authorised for dangerous animals you may keep a maximum of 50 dangerous animals unless otherwise authorised. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
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How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Kimberley rock monitor (Varanus glaverti)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

King Island tiger snake (Notechis ater humphreysi)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. If authorised for dangerous animals you may keep a maximum of 50 dangerous animals unless otherwise authorised. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Knife-footed frog (Cyclorana cryptotis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Lace monitor (Varanus varius)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Large toadlet (Pseudophryne major)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Laughing kookaburra (Dacelo novaeguineae)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Leonhardi's ctenotus (Ctenotus leonhardii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Leopard ctenotus (Ctenotus pantherinus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Lesser black whipsnake (Demansia vestigiata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Lewin's honeyeater (Meliphaga lewinii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Lined earless dragon (Tympanocryptis lineata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Little egret (Egretta garzetta)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Little file snake (Acrochordus granulatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Little friarbird (Philemon citreogularis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Little pied cormorant (Microcarbo melanoleucos)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Little wattlebird (Anthochaera chrysoptera)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Little whip snake (Parasuta spectabilis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Littlejohn's treefrog (Litoria littlejohni)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Long-tailed rock monitor (Varanus kingorum)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Lovely fairy-wren (Malurus amabilis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Lowland copperhead (Austrelaps superbus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Macleay's water snake (Pseudoferania polylepis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Magpie goose (Anseranas semipalmata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Magpie-lark (Grallina cyanoleuca)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Mallee black-headed snake (Parasuta flagellum)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Mallee military dragon (Ctenophorus fordi)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
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How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Mangrove monitor (Varanus indicus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Masked lapwing (Vanellus miles)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Masked mountainfrog (Philoria loveridgei)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Masked woodswallow (Artamus personatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

McDonald's ring-tailed gecko (Cyrtodactylus mcdonaldi)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Metallic starling (Aplonis metallica)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Mistletoebird (Dicaeum hirundinaceum)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Mitchell's water monitor (Varanus mitchelli)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Mourning gecko (Lepidodactylus lugubris)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Mulga (Pseudechis australis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. If authorised for dangerous animals you may keep a maximum of 50 dangerous animals unless otherwise authorised. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Musk duck (Biziura lobata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Mustard-bellied snake (Drysdalia rhodogaster)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Myall snake (Suta suta)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. If authorised for dangerous animals you may keep a maximum of 50 dangerous animals unless otherwise authorised. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

New Holland honeyeater (Phylidonyris novaehollandiae)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Nocturnal desert-skink (Liopholis striata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Noisy friarbird (Philemon corniculatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Noisy miner (Manorina melanocephala)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Noisy pitta (Pitta versicolor)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Northern death adder (Acanthophis praelongus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Northern giant cave gecko (Pseudothecadactylus lindneri)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Northern Pilbara rock monitor (Varanus pilbarensis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Northern red-faced turtle (Emydura victoriae)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Northern ridge-tailed monitor (Varanus primordius)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Northern tree snake (Dendrelaphis calligastra)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Northern waterfrog (Litoria dahlii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
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How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Northern yellow-faced turtle (Emydura tanybaraga)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Oenpelli rock python (Morelia oenpelliensis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Olive-backed oriole (Oriolus sagittatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Olive-backed sunbird (Nectarinia jugularis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Orange chat (Epthianura aurifrons)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Orange thighed treefrog (Litoria xanthomera)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Orange-bellied frog (Geocrinia vitellina)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Orange-naped snake (Furina ornata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Ornamental snake (Denisonia maculata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Ornate dragon (Ctenophorus ornatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Painted turtle (Emydura subglobosa)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Pale-headed snake (Hoplocephalus bitorquatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. If authorised for dangerous animals you may keep a maximum of 50 dangerous animals unless otherwise authorised. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Papuan black snake (Pseudechis papuanus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. If authorised for dangerous animals you may keep a maximum of 50 dangerous animals unless otherwise authorised. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Papuan death adder (Acanthophis rugosus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Patternless delma (Delma inornata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Pebble dragon (Tympanocryptis cephalus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Peninsula brown snake (Pseudonaja inframacula)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. If authorised for dangerous animals you may keep a maximum of 50 dangerous animals unless otherwise authorised. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Peninsula dragon (Ctenophorus fionni)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Perentie (Varanus giganteus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Pheasant coucal (Centropus phasianinus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Pied heron (Egretta picata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Pied honeyeater (Certhionyx variegatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Pig-nosed turtle (Carettochelys insculpta)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Plains death adder (Acanthophis hawkei)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
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How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Pouched frog (Assa darlingtoni)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Prickly forest skink (Gnypetoscincus queenslandiae)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Pseudechis pailsei

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. If authorised for dangerous animals you may keep a maximum of 50 dangerous animals unless otherwise authorised. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Pseudonaja aspidorhyncha

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. If authorised for dangerous animals you may keep a maximum of 50 dangerous animals unless otherwise authorised. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Pseudonaja mengdeni

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. If authorised for dangerous animals you may keep a maximum of 50 dangerous animals unless otherwise authorised. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Purple swamphen (Porphyrio porphyrio)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Purple-backed fairy-wren (Malurus assimilis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Purple-crowned fairy-wren (Malurus coronatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Pygmy copperhead (Austrelaps labialis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Pygmy desert monitor (Varanus eremius)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Rainbow bee-eater (Merops ornatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Rainbow pitta (Pitta iris)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Red backed toadlet (Pseudophryne coriacea)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Red wattlebird (Anthochaera carunculata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Red-and-yellow mountainfrog (Philoria kundagungan)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Red-backed fairy-wren (Malurus melanocephalus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Red-backed kingfisher (Todiramphus pyrrhopygius)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Red-barred dragon (Ctenophorus vadnappa)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Red-bellied black snake (Pseudechis porphyriacus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. If authorised for dangerous animals you may keep a maximum of 50 dangerous animals unless otherwise authorised. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Red-capped robin (Petroica goodenovii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Red-crowned toadlet (Pseudophryne australis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Red-naped snake (Furina diadema)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Red-tailed calyptotis (Calyptotis ruficauda)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Red-winged fairy-wren (Malurus elegans)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
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How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Regent bowerbird (Sericulus chrysocephalus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Ring-tailed dragon (Ctenophorus caudicinctus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Ring-tailed gecko (Cyrtodactylus tuberculatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Ringed brown snake (Pseudonaja modesta)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. If authorised for dangerous animals you may keep a maximum of 50 dangerous animals unless otherwise authorised. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Robust dtella (Gehyra robusta)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Robust two-line dragon (Diporiphora bennettii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Rock ctenotus (Ctenotus saxatilis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Rough frog (Cyclorana verrucosa)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Rough-scaled snake (Tropidechis carinatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. If authorised for dangerous animals you may keep a maximum of 50 dangerous animals unless otherwise authorised. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Royal spoonbill (Platalea regia)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Rufous whistler (Pachycephala rufiventris)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Rusty grasswren (Amytornis rowleyi)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Rusty monitor (Varanus semiremex)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Sacred kingfisher (Todiramphus sanctus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Sandstone long-necked turtle (Chelodina burrungandjii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Satin bowerbird (Ptilonorhynchus violaceus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Scarlet honeyeater (Myzomela sanguinolenta)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Scarlet robin (Petroica boodang)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Short-tailed pygmy monitor (Varanus brevicauda)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Small-scaled bearded dragon (Pogona microlepidota)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Smooth frog (Geocrinia laevis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

South-weatern rock-skink (Liopholis pulchra)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Southern bell frog (Litoria raniformis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Southern Pilbara rock monitor (Varanus hammersleyensis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Southern snapping turtle (Elseya albagula)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
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How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Southern toadlet (Pseudophryne semimarmorata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Southern water-skink (Eulamprus tympanum)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
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How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Speckled brown snake (Pseudonaja guttata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. If authorised for dangerous animals you may keep a maximum of 50 dangerous animals unless otherwise authorised. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Spencer's monitor (Varanus spenceri)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Sphagnum frog (Philoria sphagnicolus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Spiny-cheeked honeyeater (Acanthagenys rufogularis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Spotted black snake (Pseudechis guttatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. If authorised for dangerous animals you may keep a maximum of 50 dangerous animals unless otherwise authorised. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Spotted bowerbird (Chlamydera maculata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Spotted mulga snake (Pseudechis butleri)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. If authorised for dangerous animals you may keep a maximum of 50 dangerous animals unless otherwise authorised. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Spotted pardalote (Pardalotus punctatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Stephens' banded snake (Hoplocephalus stephensii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. If authorised for dangerous animals you may keep a maximum of 50 dangerous animals unless otherwise authorised. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Straw-necked ibis (Threskiornis spinicollis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Striated grasswren (Amytornis striatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Striated pardalote (Pardalotus striatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Stripe-tailed monitor (Varanus caudolineatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
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How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Striped honeyeater (Plectorhyncha lanceolata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Striped legless lizard (Delma impar)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Stuttering frog (Mixophyes balbus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Tasmanian native-hen (Gallinula mortierii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
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How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Tasmanian treefrog (Litoria burrowsae)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
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How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Tawny dragon (Ctenophorus decresii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
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How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Tawny frogmouth (Podargus strigoides)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
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How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Three-clawed work-skink (Anomalopus verreauxii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
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How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Topknot pigeon (Lopholaimus antarcticus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
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For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Torresian crow (Corvus orru)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
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How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Tryon's skink (Karma tryoni)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Tusked frog (Adelotus brevis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
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How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Two-lined dragon (Diporiphora bilineata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Variable fat-tailed gecko (Diplodactylus conspicillatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Variegated fairy-wren (Malurus lamberti)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
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How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Wallum froglet (Crinia tinnula)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

Western blue-tongued lizard (Tiliqua occipitalis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Western brown snake (Pseudonaja nuchalis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. If authorised for dangerous animals you may keep a maximum of 50 dangerous animals unless otherwise authorised. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Western giant cave gecko (Pseudothecadactylus cavaticus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Western grasswren (Amytornis textilis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Western netted dragon (Ctenophorus reticulatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
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How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Western Pilbara spiny-tailed skink (Egernia cygnitos)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Western spinebill (Acanthorhynchus supecilliosus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Western stone gecko (Diplodactylus granariensis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Western taipan (Oxyuranus microlepidotus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. If authorised for dangerous animals you may keep a maximum of 50 dangerous animals unless otherwise authorised. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Whirring treefrog (Litoria revelata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
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How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 6

White-breasted woodswallow (Artamus leucorynchus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
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How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

White-browed scrubwren (Sericornis frontalis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
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How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

White-browed woodswallow (Artamus superciliosus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
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How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

White-cheeked honeyeater (Phylidonyris niger)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
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How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

White-crowned snake (Cacophis harriettae)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence—check the licence conditions.

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.
  • Under a Specialised Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a maximum of 50 animals in total under the licence.
  • Under an Advanced Licence, if authorised for dangerous animals, you can keep a total maximum of 50 'dangerous animals' unless authorised otherwise by the department.
Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
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How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

White-faced heron (Egretta novaehollandiae)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
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How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

White-fronted chat (Epthianura albifrons)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
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How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

White-lipped python (Leiopython hoserae/albertisii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
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How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

White-lipped snake (Drysdalia coronoides)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
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How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

White-naped honeyeater (Melithreptus lunatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
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Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

White-plumed honeyeater (Ptilotula penicillatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

White-winged chough (Corcorax melanorhamphos)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

White-winged fairy-wren (Malurus leucopterus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Wompoo fruit-dove (Ptilinopus magnificus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Yakka skink (Egernia rugosa)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Yellow-billed spoonbill (Platalea flavipes)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Yellow-faced honeyeater (Caligavis chrysops)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Yellow-faced whipsnake (Demansia psammophis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Yellow-rumped thornbill (Acanthiza chrysorrhoa)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals.
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Yellow-sided two-lined dragon (Diporiphora magna)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Yellow-spotted monitor (Varanus panoptes)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 8

Yellow-throated scrubwren (Sericornis citreogularis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7

Yellow-tufted honeyeater (Lichenostomus melanops)

Keeping of this animal requires a Specialised or Advanced licence.

Licence caps
  • Under a Specialised Licence you can keep a maximum of 50 vertebrate class 1 and class 2 animals (birds, reptiles, amphibians) and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You can allow these animals to breed, provided you do not exceed the maximum of 50 animals. You require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
  • Under an Advanced Licence you can keep an unlimited number of class 1 and class 2 animals and an unlimited number of protected scorpions and spiders. You do not require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 2 animals, "Sub-activity" = Non-dangerous animals
Protection classification
Class 2 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 3 Section 7
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Last updated
21 August 2020
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