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Permit and Licence Conditions

Conditions are used to ensure that authorised activities occur in ways that are consistent with the values of the park and the management plan (if applicable). There are four categories of conditions:

  1. general conditions, which are a standard set of conditions across all permits,
  2. activity conditions, which are conditions for specific activities,
  3. park conditions, which are specific to a particular park, and
  4. special conditions, which control activities in addition to the categories (above).

General, activity and park conditions are included under the links provided on this page, if a permit is issued, any special conditions will be provided with the permit documentation.

Failing to comply with a permit condition is considered a breach of the trust placed in the permittee to operate in the park, and a serious offence against Regulation 17.08 of the EPBC Regulations.  In addition to the substantial pecuniary penalty that may be imposed by a Court, the Director may suspend or cancel the permit under Regulation 17.12.  Failure to comply with these conditions may also affect future permit applications.

Please note that certain activities may require additional permits/approvals from other agencies.

Australian National Botanic Gardens permit conditions

Australian National Botanic Gardens licence conditions

Booderee National Park permit conditions

Booderee National Park licence conditions

Christmas Island National Park permit conditions

Christmas Island National Park permit conditions

Norfolk Island National Park permit conditions

Pulu Keeling National Park permit conditions

Pulu Keeling National Park licence conditions

Kakadu National Park permit conditions

Kakadu National Park licence conditions

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park permit conditions

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park licence conditions