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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 300 reptiles.

Amethystine python (Simalia kinghorni)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Banded knob-tail gecko (Nephrurus wheeleri)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Bar-sided skink (Concinnia tenuis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Barred wedgesnout ctenotus (Ctenotus schomburgkii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Beaded gecko (Lucasium damaeum)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Bearded dragon (Pogona barbata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Black crevice-skink (Egernia saxatilis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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-headed python (Aspidites melanocephalus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Black-headed worm-lizard (Aprasia picturata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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 monitor (Varanus tristis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Blotched blue-tongued lizard (Tiliqua nigrolutea)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Box-patterned gecko (Lucasium steindachneri)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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-banded sand swimmer (Eremiascincus richardsonii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Broad-shelled turtle (Chelodina expansa)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Broad-tailed gecko (Phyllurus platurus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Brown tree snake (Boiga irregularis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Burns' dragon (Amphibolurus burnsi)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Burton's legless lizard (Lialis burtonis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Bynoe's gecko (Heteronotia binoei)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Cann's long-necked turtle (Chelodina canni)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Carpet python (Morelia spilota)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Central beaded dragon (Pogona vitticeps)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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 netted dragon (Ctenophorus nuchalis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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 blue-tongued lizard (Tiliqua multifasciata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Centralian carpet python (Morelia bredli)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Centralian knob-tailed gecko (Nephrurus amyae)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Centralian lashtail dragon (Amphibolurus centralis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Children's python (Antaresia childreni)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Common dwarf skink (Menetia greyii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Common scaly-foot (Pygopus lepidopodus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Common tree snake (Dendrelaphis punctulatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Copper-tailed skink (Ctenotus taeniolatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

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

Cunningham's skink (Egernia cunninghami)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Dark-flecked garden sunskink (Lampropholis delicata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Desert cave gecko (Heteronotia spelea)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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 skink (Liopholis inornata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Downs bearded dragon (Pogona henrylawsoni)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Dubious dtella (Gehyra dubia)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Dwarf bearded dragon (Pogona minor)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Dwyer's snake (Parasuta dwyeri)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Eastern blue-tongued lizard (Tiliqua scincoides)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 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 hooded scaly-foot (Pygopus schraderi)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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 ranges rock-skink (Liopholis modesta)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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 snake-necked turtle (Chelodina longicollis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Eastern spiny-tailed gecko (Strophurus williamsi)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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 water dragon (Intellagama lesueurii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Eastern water-skink (Eulamprus quoyii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Excitable delma (Delma tincta)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

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

Freshwater crocodile (Crocodylus johnsoni)

This species is prohibited and cannot be kept as a pet in Queensland.

Protection classification
Prohibited

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

Fringe-toed velvet gecko (Oedura filicipoda)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Ghost skink (Eremiascincus phantasmus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Gidgee skink (Egernia stokesii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Gilbert's dragon (Amphibolurus gilberti)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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-tailed gecko (Strophurus taenicauda)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

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 python (Morelia viridis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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 marbled velvet gecko (Oedura bella)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Gulfs delma (Delma molleri)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Hooded scaly-foot (Pygopus nigriceps)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Hosmer's skink (Egernia hosmeri)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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 marbled velvet gecko (Oedura cincta)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Jacky lizard (Amphibolurus muricatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: 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

Keelback snake (Tropidonophis mairii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Kimberley Plateau dtella (Gehyra occidentalis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Kings skink (Egernia kingii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Kristin's spiny-tailed gecko (Strophurus krisalys)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Land mullet (Bellatorias major)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Lesueur's velvet gecko (Amalosia lesueurii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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 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 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

Long-nosed dragon (Gowidon longirostris)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

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

Mainland she-oak skink (Cyclodomorphus michaeli)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Major skink (Bellatorias frerei)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 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

Marbled gecko (Christinus marmoratus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Marbled velvet gecko (Oedura marmorata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Mary River tortoise (Elusor macrurus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Mertens' water monitor (Varanus mertensi)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Moritz's leaf-tailed gecko (Saltuarius moritzi)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Mountain heath dragon (Rankinia diemensis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Murray's skink (Karma murrayi)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Narrow-banded sand swimmer (Eremiascincus fasciolatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Nobbi (Diporiphora nobbi)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

North-west bearded dragon (Pogona mitchelli)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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 dtella (Gehyra australis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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 knob-tail gecko (Nephrurus sheai)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Northern leaf-tailed gecko (Saltuarius cornutus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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 snake-necked turtle (Chelodina rugosa)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Northern snapping turtle (Elseya dentata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Northern spiny-tailed gecko (Strophurus ciliaris)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Northern spotted velvet gecko (Oedura coggeri)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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 velvet gecko (Oedura castelnaui)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Ocellated velvet gecko (Oedura monilis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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.
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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

Olive python (Liasis olivaceus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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 dragon (Ctenophorus pictus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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 knob-tail gecko (Nephrurus laevissimus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Pale-flecked garden sunskink (Lampropholis guichenoti)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Pale-rumped ctenotus (Ctenotus regius)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

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

Pink-tongued lizard (Cyclodomorphus gerrardii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: 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

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

Prickly knob-tailed gecko (Nephrurus asper)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

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

Pygmy mulga monitor (Varanus gilleni)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Pygmy python (Antaresia perthensis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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-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-throated skink (Acritoscincus platynotum)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Ridge-tailed monitor (Varanus acanthurus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

River turtle (Emydura macquarii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Robust ctenotus (Ctenotus robustus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Robust velvet gecko (Nebulifera robusta)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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-scaled python (Morelia carinata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Rough-throated leaf-tailed gecko (Saltuarius salebrosus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Saltwater crocodile (Crocodylus porosus)

This species is prohibited and cannot be kept as a pet in Queensland.

Protection classification
Prohibited

Sand monitor (Varanus gouldii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Saw-shelled turtle (Wollumbinia latisternum)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Shingleback (Tiliqua rugosa)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Slaty-grey snake (Stegonotus cucullatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

South-eastern morethia skink (Morethia boulengeri)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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 angle-headed dragon (Lophosaurus spinipes)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Southern leaf-tailed gecko (Saltuarius swaini)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Southern phasmid gecko (Strophurus jeanae)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 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 spiny-tailed gecko (Strophurus intermedius)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Southern spotted velvet gecko (Oedura tryoni)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 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

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 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 python (Antaresia maculosa)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Spotted tree monitor (Varanus scalaris)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Starred knob-tailed gecko (Nephrurus stellatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

Stimson's python (Antaresia stimsoni)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Storr's monitor (Varanus storri)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Straight-browed ctenotus (Ctenotus spaldingi)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 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 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

Striped snake-eyed skink (Cryptoblepharus virgatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Swamplands lashtail (Tropicagama temporalis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Tasmanian she-oak skink (Cyclodomorphus casuarinae)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 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

Tessellated gecko (Diplodactylus tessellatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Thick-tailed gecko (Underwoodisaurus milii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 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

Three-lined knob-tailed gecko (Nephrurus levis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Tommy roundhead (Diporiphora australis)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Tree dtella (Gehyra versicolor)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Tree skink (Egernia striolata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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
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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

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

Water python (Liasis fuscus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

West coast morethia skink (Morethia lineoocellata)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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 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
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 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 shield spiny-tailed gecko (Strophurus wellingtonae)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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

White's skink (Liopholis whitii)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: 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-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
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 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
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
For a Specialised or Advanced licence: Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Specialised Licence or Advanced Licence, "Activity" = Keep and use live Class 1 and Class 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

Woma or bilby snake (Aspidites ramsayi)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

Wood gecko (Diplodactylus vittatus)

Keeping of this animal requires a Standard Licence.

Licence caps
Under a Standard Licence you can keep a maximum of 10 class 1 animals. You are not permitted to allow these animals to breed and require permission from the department if you wish to dispose (e.g. sell or give away) an animal within 6 months of acquiring it.
Cost
See Licence options.
Apply
How to apply
Tips for applying online
Select the following when prompted: "Permit" = Standard Licence, "Activity" = Keep & use Class 1 animals
Protection classification
Class 1 animals
Applicable regulation
Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020, Schedule 3—Part 2 Section 5

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-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-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
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16 December 2021
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