Wildlife (General) Regulations 2010


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Wildlife (General) Regulations 2010

I, the Governor in and over the State of Tasmania and its Dependencies in the Commonwealth of Australia, acting with the advice of the Executive Council, make the following regulations under the Nature Conservation Act 2002 .

22 November 2010

PETER G. UNDERWOOD

Governor

By His Excellency's Command,

D. J. O'BYRNE

Minister for Environment, Parks and Heritage

PART 1 - Preliminary

1.   Short title

These regulations may be cited as the Wildlife (General) Regulations 2010 .

2.   Commencement

These regulations take effect on 1 January 2011.

3.   Interpretation

(1)  In these regulations, unless the contrary intention appears –
Act means the Nature Conservation Act 2002 ;
adult male deer means a male deer with branching antlers;
antlerless deer means a deer that is –
(a) without antlers; and
(b) partly protected wildlife;
approved means approved by the Secretary;
Bass Strait islands means the islands in Bass Strait that are within the jurisdiction of the State;
brow tine means the tine closest to a deer's brow;
buy includes acquire for any consideration;
cage includes any pen, aviary, enclosure or structure in which, or by means of which, wildlife is confined;
certified forest practices plan means a certified forest practices plan within the meaning of the Forest Practices Act 1985 ;
device, in relation to a seal deterrent permit, means a device that –
(a) is designed to, or has the capability to, deter seals from entering or remaining in a particular area of water; and 
(b) involves the use of explosives, the discharge of a projectile or the use of a chemical substance;
open season, in relation to a form of partly protected wildlife, means the season during which the taking of the form of partly protected wildlife is permitted by order under section 30 of the Act;
pheasant means a pheasant of a species that is partly protected wildlife;
process of treatment, when used in relation to a skin, means any process for tanning or otherwise preserving a skin;
protected wildlife means wildlife of a species specified in Schedule 2 or 3 ;
public authority management agreement means a public authority management agreement within the meaning of the Threatened Species Protection Act 1995 ;
relevant fee
(a) for a licence named in column 1 of Part 1 of Schedule 8 , means the fee specified in column 2 of that Part adjacent to the licence so named; and
(b) for a permit named in column 1 of Part 2 of Schedule 8 , means the fee specified in column 2 of that Part adjacent to the permit so named;
relevant offence means –
(a) an offence under the Act, the Animal Welfare Act 1993 , the Firearms Act 1996 , the National Parks and Reserves Management Act 2002 , or the Threatened Species Protection Act 1995 ; or
(b) regulations made under any of those Acts; or
(c) such other offence as determined by the Secretary for the purpose of this regulation;
restricted (special purpose) wildlife means wildlife of a species specified in Schedule 6 ;
sell means sell by wholesale or retail and includes –
(a) offer, display or expose for sale; and
(b) keep or have in possession for sale; and
(c) barter or exchange; and
(d) deal in or agree to sell; and
(e) supply, send, forward or deliver for sale or for, or in expectation of receiving, any payment or other consideration; and
(f) authorise, cause, attempt or allow any act referred to in paragraph (a) , (b) , (c) , (d) or (e) ;
specially protected wildlife means wildlife of a species specified in Schedule 1 ;
stock means –
(a) goats, horses, oxen, sheep, swine, cervids and camelids; and
(b) poultry of any kind; and
(c) oysters, mussels, abalone, scallops and clams; and
(d) fish of the family Salmonidae and goldfish;
taxidermy means –
(a) preparing and mounting parts, or complete specimens, of dead wildlife for the purpose of preserving those parts or specimens in lifelike form; or
(b) restoring already preserved parts or specimens of dead wildlife;
trez tine means the first major tine after the brow tine;
wild duck means any bird of a species which is a member of the family Anatidae that is also partly protected wildlife;
[Regulation 3 Subregulation (1) amended by No. 17 of 1996, Applied:24 Feb 2011] wildlife exhibition licence means a licence of that name issued under the Wildlife (Exhibited Animals) Regulations 2010 ;
wildlife officer means –
(a) the Secretary; or
(b) an inspector as defined in the Animal Health Act 1995 ; or
(c) an authorised officer as defined in the Nature Conservation Act 2002 ; or
(d) a person employed in the Department who is appointed by the Secretary to be a wildlife officer.
(2)  [Regulation 3 Subregulation (2) amended by No. 36 of 2011, Sched. 2, Applied:01 Feb 2015] For the purposes of these regulations, any products of wildlife that have been canned or tinned or otherwise processed by the holder of a relevant accreditation under the Primary Produce Safety Act 2011 in accordance with the accreditation are taken not to be products of wildlife.

4.   Domestic stock

For the purposes of the definition of "domestic stock" in section 3(1) of the Act, the animals specified in Schedule 7 are prescribed to be domestic stock.

4A.   Controlled animals

[Regulation 4A Inserted by S.R. 2012, No. 82, Applied:26 Sep 2012] For the purposes of the definition of controlled animal in section 32 of the Act, the animals specified in Schedule 7A are prescribed to be controlled animals.

5.   Partly protected wildlife

For the purposes of the definition of "partly protected wildlife" in section 3(1) of the Act, the species of wildlife specified in Schedule 4 are prescribed to be partly protected wildlife.

6.   Restricted animals

For the purposes of section 32 of the Act, the animals specified in Schedule 5 are prescribed to be restricted animals.
PART 2 - Taking and Trading in Wildlife and Wildlife Products
Division 1 - Licences

7.   Who may apply for licence

(1)  An application for a fauna dealers licence (skins) or a commercial taxidermy licence may be made by, and the licence issued to –
(a) an individual; or
(b) 2 or more individuals jointly; or
(c) a body corporate.
(2)  An application for any other licence under this Part may only be made by, and the licence issued to, an individual.

8.   Application for licence

(1)  An application for a licence under this Part is to be –
(a) in writing; and
(b) accompanied by the relevant fee, if any; and
(c) accompanied by a written notification of all relevant offences of which the applicant has been convicted within the period of 5 years immediately preceding the day on which the application is made.
(2)  If the Minister in any special case so approves, an application may be accepted and a licence issued without payment of the relevant fee or on payment of a lesser fee approved by the Minister.
(3)  A person who holds a licence under this Part must not make application for another licence of the same kind and any licence issued as a result of such an application is of no effect.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

9.   Grant and issue of licence

(1)  On receipt of an application for a licence made in accordance with regulation 8 , the Secretary may –
(a) grant the application; or
(b) refuse to grant the application.
(2)  Without limiting subregulation (1)(b) , the Secretary is to refuse to grant an application if the applicant, within the period of 5 years immediately preceding the day on which the application is made, has been convicted of a relevant offence.
(3)  If the Secretary grants the application, the Secretary is to issue the relevant licence to the applicant.

10.   Licence subject to conditions

(1)  A licence under this Part may be granted and issued subject to such conditions as the Secretary considers appropriate.
(2)  Without limiting subregulation (1) , a licence under this Part may be subject to conditions relating to –
(a) the manner in which an animal taken by the licence holder may be identified; and
(b) the affixing of a tag by the licence holder to an animal so taken.
(3)  A person to whom a licence is issued under this Part must ensure that the conditions of the licence are complied with.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

11.   Authority of licences

Except as provided in these regulations, a licence under this Part does not authorise the doing of any act that is contrary to these regulations or any other regulations under the Act.

12.   Skin dealers licence

A fauna dealers licence (skins) authorises the holder during the period of 12 months ending on 31 December in any year as specified in the licence –
(a) to buy untreated skins and unmarked skins; and
(b) to sell any skins (including untreated skins) that are not unmarked skins.

13.   Wallaby licences

(1)  A commercial wallaby hunters licence authorises the holder to –
(a) take wallaby during the open season specified in the licence; and
(b) sell the skins of any wallaby taken by the holder under the licence; and
(c) [Regulation 13 Subregulation (1) amended by No. 36 of 2011, Sched. 2, Applied:01 Feb 2015] supply the meat of any wallaby taken by the holder under the licence to a person who is authorised by an accreditation under the Primary Produce Safety Act 2011 to process wallaby meat or to a person who is an agent or representative of such a person.
(2)  A wallaby licence authorises the holder to take wallaby during the open season specified in the licence.

14.   Muttonbird licences

(1)  A commercial muttonbird catchers licence authorises the holder to –
(a) take juvenile muttonbirds on the rookeries specified in the licence during the open season specified in the licence; and
(b) [Regulation 14 Subregulation (1) amended by No. 36 of 2011, Sched. 2, Applied:01 Feb 2015] supply any juvenile muttonbirds taken by the holder in pursuance of the licence to a person who is authorised by an accreditation under the Primary Produce Safety Act 2011 to process juvenile muttonbirds or to a person who is an agent or representative of such a person.
(2)  A muttonbird licence authorises the holder to take muttonbird during the open season specified in the licence.

15.   Hunting licences

(1)  A deer licence authorises the holder to take deer during the open season specified in the licence.
(2)  A duck licence authorises the holder to take wild duck during the open season specified in the licence.
(3)  A pheasant licence authorises the holder to take adult male pheasant during the open season specified in the licence.
(4)  A brown quail licence authorises the holder to take brown quail during the open season specified in the licence.

16.   Commercial taxidermy licence

A commercial taxidermy licence authorises the licence holder to keep, buy, sell, dispose of and process dead wildlife that is partly protected wildlife for the purpose of taxidermy, for the 12-month period specified in the licence.

17.   Licence holder to mark or tag wildlife if directed

(1)  The Secretary, by notice in writing, may direct the holder of a licence issued under this Part to mark or tag wildlife in that holder's possession, if –
(a) the wildlife is diseased; or
(b) the wildlife is of a species listed in Schedule 1 , Schedule 2 , Schedule 3 or Schedule 4 ; or
(c) the Secretary believes on reasonable grounds that the wildlife is or was held, or was acquired or disposed of, in contravention of the Act, regulations made under the Act or a corresponding law of another State or a Territory of the Commonwealth.
(2)  The Secretary may specify the type of mark or tag to be used for marking the wildlife.
(3)  A person who possesses wildlife which the Secretary has directed to be marked or tagged must –
(a) mark or tag the wildlife with the mark or tag provided by the Secretary using a method approved by the Secretary; and
(b) subject to subregulation (4) , ensure that wildlife remains marked or tagged in accordance with paragraph (a) while that wildlife is in the person's possession.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(4)  If a mark or tag has been affixed to an animal in accordance with this regulation, a person must not remove that mark or tag unless authorised to do so by the Secretary.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

18.   Cancellation of licence

(1)  The Secretary, by notice in writing served on the holder of a licence issued under this Part, may cancel the licence.
(2)  A notice under subregulation (1) is to specify the grounds on which the licence is cancelled.
(3)  The cancellation of a licence takes effect on service of the notice under subregulation (1) or a later day specified in the notice.
(4)  The holder of the licence must surrender it to the Secretary as soon as practicable after it is cancelled.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 50 penalty units.

Division 2 - Permits

19.   Who may apply for permit

(1)  Subject to subregulation (2) , an application for a permit under this Part may be made by, and the permit issued to –
(a) an individual; or
(b) 2 or more individuals jointly; or
(c) a body corporate.
(2)  Unless otherwise authorised by the Secretary, only an individual may apply for, and be issued with, a permit to take wildlife, other than a permit to take wildlife for scientific or educational purposes.
(3)  An application for a permit to receive skins –
(a) may be made by the holder of a fauna dealers licence (skins); and
(b) is to nominate a person who the holder of the licence wishes to receive wallaby skins or brushtail possum skins on the licence holder's behalf as the licence holder's employee, agent or otherwise.

20.   Application for permit

(1)  An application for a permit under this Part is to be –
(a) in writing; and
(b) accompanied by the relevant fee, if any; and
(c) accompanied by a written notification of all relevant offences of which the applicant has been convicted within the period of 5 years immediately preceding the day on which the application is made.
(2)  If the Minister in any special case so approves, an application may be accepted and a permit issued without payment of the relevant fee or on payment of a lesser fee approved by the Minister.
(3)  A person who holds a permit must not make application for another permit of the same kind and any permit issued as a result of such an application is of no effect.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

21.   Grant and issue of permit

(1)  On receipt of an application for a permit made in accordance with regulation 20 , the Secretary may –
(a) grant the application; or
(b) refuse to grant the application.
(2)  The Secretary is not to grant an application for a crop protection permit referred to in regulation 26 unless satisfied that it is proper to do so to prevent the destruction of, or injury to, any stock or plants caused by the wildlife specified in the permit.
(3)  The Secretary is not to grant an application for a seal deterrent permit referred to in regulation 27 unless satisfied that –
(a) the use of a deterrent is necessary to ensure the viability of the relevant fish farming or other fishing activity; and
(b) the applicant has a sufficient commercial connection with the fish farming or other fishing activity; and
(c) the user of the device has had adequate instructions and training in the safe and effective use of the device.
(4)  Without limiting subregulation (1)(b) , the Secretary is to refuse to grant an application if the applicant, within the period of 5 years immediately preceding the day on which the application is made, has been convicted of a relevant offence.
(5)  If the Secretary grants the application, the Secretary is to issue the relevant permit to the applicant or, in the case of a permit to receive skins, to the person nominated by the applicant to receive skins on the applicant's behalf.

22.   Permit subject to conditions

(1)  A permit under this Part may be granted and issued subject to such conditions as the Secretary considers appropriate.
(2)  Without limiting subregulation (1) , the conditions may relate to any one or more of the following matters:
(a) the manner in which an animal taken by the permit holder may be identified;
(b) the affixing of a tag by the permit holder to an animal so taken;
(c) the time at which, the period within which or the place at which the authority granted by the permit may be exercised;
(d) the manner in which that authority may be exercised;
(e) the precautions to be observed in the exercise of that authority;
(f) the person by whom any act authorised by the permit is to be done, or the supervision or control under which any such act is to be done;
(g) the disposal of, or other dealings with, any wildlife or wildlife products taken under the authority of the permit.
(2A)  [Regulation 22 Subregulation (2A) inserted by S.R. 2016, No. 42, Applied:22 Jun 2016] In the case of a crop protection permit referred to in regulation 26 , a condition imposed under subregulation (1) may authorise the holder of the permit to allow another person to take wildlife under the authority of the crop protection permit, as if that other person were the holder of the permit.
(2B)  [Regulation 22 Subregulation (2B) inserted by S.R. 2016, No. 42, Applied:22 Jun 2016] If the holder of a permit allows another person to take wildlife under the authority of a crop protection permit in accordance with subregulation (2A) , that person is taken to be authorised by the permit to take the wildlife if he or she takes wildlife in accordance with the permit.
(3)  A person to whom a permit is issued under this Part must ensure that the conditions of the permit are complied with.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

23.   Permit for export

A permit for export issued under this Part authorises the removal from the State of partly protected, protected or specially protected wildlife, or any product of such wildlife, specified in the permit.

24.   Permit for taking specially protected, protected or partly protected wildlife in special cases

(1)  A permit under this regulation authorises the person named in the permit or a person acting under the Secretary's direction to take, have possession of, buy or sell or otherwise dispose of such form of partly protected, protected or specially protected wildlife, or the products of such wildlife, as are specified in the permit.
(2)  The permit may only be issued if the Secretary is satisfied that it is necessary or desirable to do so.

25.   Permit to take wildlife for scientific or educational purposes

(1)  A permit under this regulation authorises the taking, for scientific or educational purposes, of such form of partly protected, protected or specially protected wildlife as is specified in the permit.
(2)  The permit may authorise persons other than the permit holder to take the wildlife if they do so at the direction, and under the close supervision, of the permit holder.

26.   Crop protection permit

(1)  A crop protection permit authorises the taking of such form of partly protected, protected or specially protected wildlife as is specified in the permit to prevent the destruction of, or injury to, any stock or plants caused by that wildlife.
(2)  A crop protection permit may also authorise the possession or selling or other disposal of the wildlife taken under the authority of the permit or the products of any such wildlife.

27.   Seal deterrent permit

(1)  A seal deterrent permit authorises the use of a device that deters seals from interfering with fish farming or another fishing activity.
(2)  Without limiting the conditions to which a seal deterrent permit may be made subject under regulation 22 , a seal deterrent permit may also specify that it is subject to conditions relating to one or more of the following matters:
(a) the circumstances or ways in which a device may be used;
(b) the time or locality in which a device may be used.

28.   Permit to receive skins

(1)  A permit to receive skins referred to in regulation 19(3) authorises the person named in the permit to receive a wallaby skin or brushtail possum skin as the employee or agent of, or otherwise on behalf of, the holder of a fauna dealers licence (skins) named in the permit.
(2)  The holder of a fauna dealers licence (skins) named in the permit, by written notice to the Secretary, may revoke the nomination, referred to in regulation 19(3)(b) , of the permit holder to receive skins on his or her behalf.
(3)  The Secretary, on receipt of a notice under subregulation (2) from the holder of a fauna dealers licence (skins), is to cancel the permit to which the notice relates by serving on the holder of the permit a written notice stating that –
(a) the permit is cancelled; and
(b) it has been cancelled on the ground that the nomination of that person has been revoked by the holder of the licence.
(4)  If the Secretary considers that there are grounds for cancelling a permit, other than the ground referred to in subregulation (3) , the Secretary may cancel the permit by serving on the holder of the permit a written notice stating that the permit is cancelled and the grounds for its cancellation.
(5)  On service of a notice under subregulation (3) or (4) cancelling a permit, the permit ceases to have effect and the holder must surrender it to the Secretary as soon as practicable.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 50 penalty units.

29.   Cancellation of permit

(1)  The Secretary, by notice in writing served on the holder of a permit issued under this Part, may cancel the permit.
(2)  A notice under subregulation (1) is to specify the grounds on which the permit is cancelled.
(3)  The cancellation of the permit takes effect on service of the notice under subregulation (1) or a later day specified in the notice.
(4)  The holder of the permit must surrender it to the Secretary as soon as practicable after it is cancelled.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 50 penalty units.

Division 3 - Returns and records

30.   Returns

(1)  The Secretary, by written notice, may require the holder of a licence or permit issued under this Part to provide the Secretary with a return, in a form approved by the Secretary, giving such particulars as the Secretary specifies in the notice.
(2)  The holder of a licence or permit must comply with a notice under subregulation (1)  –
(a) on or before the day specified in the notice; or
(b) where no day is specified in the notice, within 28 days after the end of the period for which the licence or permit is issued.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

31.   Returns by holders of commercial muttonbird operators licences

The holder of a commercial muttonbird operators licence must, within the period of 14 days immediately after the end of the open season to which the licence relates, provide the Secretary with a return, in an approved form, giving such particulars relating to juvenile muttonbirds taken under the authority of the licence as the Secretary requires.

32.   Records

(1)  The Secretary, by written notice, may require the holder of a permit issued under this Part to keep a record of such particulars as the Secretary specifies in the notice.
(2)  The holder of the permit must comply with a notice under subregulation (1) .

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

33.   Records of dealings in skins

(1)  The holder of a commercial wallaby hunters licence or a wallaby licence who sells or otherwise disposes of any wallaby skins must, as soon as practicable –
(a) record on that licence –
(i) the number of skins sold or disposed of; and
(ii) the name, and address of the place of residence or business, of the person to whom they were sold or disposed of; and
(iii) the date on which they were sold or disposed of; and
(b) sign and date that record.
(2)  If a record is made in respect of the sale or other disposal of any skins under subregulation (1) , the person to whom those skins are sold or disposed of is to sign and date that record.
(3)  The holder of a fauna dealers licence (skins) must keep a record in an approved form of all sales and purchases by the holder of, and other dealings by the holder in, wallaby skins and brushtail possum skins.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(4)  A record required to be kept under subregulation (3) is to show in relation to each sale or purchase of, or other dealing in, any skins –
(a) the date of that sale, purchase or other dealing; and
(b) the number of those skins; and
(c) the name, and address of the place of residence or business, of the person to whom the skins were sold, or from whom they were purchased or with whom the other dealing took place, as the case may be.
(5)  The holder of a licence specified in Part 1 of Schedule 8 must, not later than the fourteenth day of each month, provide the Secretary with a copy of the record kept under subregulation (3) in respect of the sales and purchases of, and other dealings in, skins during the preceding calendar month.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(6)  The holder of a licence specified in Part 1 of Schedule 8 must not, in a record kept under subregulation (3) , make a statement, or record information, knowing it to be false or misleading in a material particular.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

Division 4 - Royalties

34.   Royalties for wallaby skins and brushtail possum skins

(1)  For each skin of a wallaby or brushtail possum, a royalty of the amount specified in Schedule 9 in respect of that animal skin is payable.
(2)  When a wallaby or brushtail possum skin is produced to a wildlife officer and the royalty payable for that skin is paid to the officer, the officer is to mark the skin in an approved manner.
(3)  The Secretary may waive the payment of the royalty for the skins of wildlife taken under a permit issued under regulation 26 .
(4)  If a wildlife officer is satisfied that a skin produced to him or her is a skin for which the payment of the royalty has been waivered under subregulation (3) , the wildlife officer is to mark the skin in an approved manner.
Division 5 - Offences

35.   Taking specially protected wildlife

(1)  Except as authorised by a permit under this Part, a person must not take, buy, sell or have possession of any specially protected wildlife or any product of specially protected wildlife.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(2)  Subregulation (1) does not apply to the having possession of specially protected wildlife, or the products of specially protected wildlife, kept by the holder of a wildlife exhibition licence pursuant to that licence.
(3)  Also, subregulation (1) does not apply to the taking of specially protected wildlife, or the products of specially protected wildlife, by –
(a) a person undertaking the clearance of native vegetation or the harvesting of trees in accordance with a certified forest practices plan, or a public authority management agreement, unless the Secretary, by notice in writing, requires the person to obtain a permit; or
(b) [Regulation 35 Subregulation (3) amended by No. 34 of 2015, s. 25, Applied:01 Jan 2016] a person undertaking dam works in accordance with a permit issued under Part 8 of the Water Management Act 1999 after 16 July 2007.

36.   Taking protected wildlife

(1)  Except as authorised by a permit under this Part, a person must not take, buy, sell or have possession of any protected wildlife or any product of protected wildlife.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(2)  Subregulation (1) does not apply to –
(a) the buying, selling or having possession of a form of wildlife described in Schedule 3 or a product of that form of wildlife; or
(b) the having possession of protected wildlife, or the product of protected wildlife, that is kept by the holder of a wildlife exhibition licence pursuant to that licence; or
(c) the taking of a snake which a person reasonably believes may threaten the life of a person or a domestic animal; or
(d) the taking or having possession of amphibian eggs or tadpoles; or
(e) the taking or having possession of up to 6 adult specimens each of metallic skink, spotted skink, common froglet and brown tree frog.
(3)  Also, subregulation (1) does not apply to the taking of protected wildlife, or the products of protected wildlife, by –
(a) a person undertaking the clearance of native vegetation or the harvesting of trees in accordance with a certified forest practices plan, or a public authority management agreement, unless the Secretary, by notice in writing, requires the person to obtain a permit; or
(b) [Regulation 36 Subregulation (3) amended by No. 34 of 2015, s. 26, Applied:01 Jan 2016] a person undertaking dam works in accordance with a permit issued under Part 8 of the Water Management Act 1999 after 16 July 2007.

37.   Taking partly protected wildlife

(1)  Except as authorised by a licence or a permit under this Part, a person must not take any partly protected wildlife, or any product of partly protected wildlife.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(2)  Except as authorised by a permit under this Part, a person must not take any partly protected wildlife or any product of partly protected wildlife other than during an open season for that partly protected wildlife.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(3)  Subregulations (1) and (2) do not apply to the taking of partly protected wildlife, or the products of partly protected wildlife, by –
(a) a person undertaking the clearance of native vegetation or the harvesting of trees in accordance with a certified forest practices plan, or a public authority management agreement, unless the Secretary, by notice in writing, requires the person to obtain a permit; or
(b) [Regulation 37 Subregulation (3) amended by No. 34 of 2015, s. 27, Applied:01 Jan 2016] a person undertaking dam works in accordance with a permit issued under Part 8 of the Water Management Act 1999 after 16 July 2007.
(4)  Except as authorised by a licence or a permit under this Part, a person must not sell any product of partly protected wildlife.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(5)  Subregulation (3) does not apply to the sale of –
(a) a skin of a wallaby or brushtail possum which has been –
(i) marked in accordance with regulation 34 ; or
(ii) subjected to a process of treatment; or
(b) an egg of a pheasant or brown quail produced by a bird held in captivity; or
(c) [Regulation 37 Subregulation (5) amended by No. 36 of 2011, Sched. 2, Applied:01 Feb 2015] a product of a juvenile muttonbird supplied by a person authorised by an accreditation under Part 4 of the Primary Produce Safety Act 2011 to process juvenile muttonbirds.
(6)  Except as authorised by a licence or a permit under this Part, a person must not take or have possession of an egg of partly protected wildlife, other than an egg of a pheasant or brown quail produced by a bird held in captivity.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(7)  Subregulation (6) does not apply to the having possession of an egg of partly protected wildlife kept under a wildlife exhibition licence.
(8)  Except as authorised by a permit under this Part, a person must not buy an egg of partly protected wildlife, other than an egg of a pheasant or brown quail produced by a bird held in captivity.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(9)  Except as authorised by a permit under this Part, a person must not have possession of any living partly protected wildlife, other than a wallaby, brushtail possum, pheasant, brown quail or wild duck.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(10)  Subregulation (9) does not apply to the having possession of living partly protected wildlife kept under a wildlife exhibition licence.
(11)  Except as authorised by a permit under this Part, a person must not sell living partly protected wildlife.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

38.   Dealing with wildlife unlawfully taken

(1)  A person must not buy or sell –
(a) any wildlife taken contrary to these regulations; or
(b) any product of any wildlife taken contrary to these regulations.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(2)  A person must not have possession of –
(a) any wildlife taken contrary to these regulations; or
(b) any product of wildlife taken contrary to these regulations.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

39.   Exporting wildlife

Except as authorised by a permit under this Part, a person must not remove, or cause or allow to be removed, from the State any partly protected, protected or specially protected wildlife or any product of any such wildlife.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

40.   Dealing in restricted (special purpose) wildlife

Except as authorised by a permit under this Part, a person must not buy, sell or have possession of any restricted (special purpose) wildlife or any product of such wildlife.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

41.   Dealing in wallaby skins and brushtail possum skins

(1)  Except as authorised by a licence or a permit under this Part, a person must not buy or sell an untreated wallaby skin or brushtail possum skin or an unmarked wallaby skin or brushtail possum skin.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(2)  Despite subregulation (1) , a single individual may buy during an open season not more than 10 untreated and unmarked skins.
(3)  A commercial wallaby hunters licence or a wallaby licence that authorises the selling of a skin, or the products, of a wallaby is taken to authorise the selling of any such skin, or any such product, that is an untreated skin or an unmarked skin.
(4)  A person who buys an unmarked skin must, within 28 days after receiving the skin, produce that skin to a wildlife officer and pay the royalty payable in respect of the skin under regulation 34 .

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(5)  Except as authorised by a permit under this Part, a person must not, otherwise than during an open season or the period of 28 days immediately following the end of the season, be in possession of an unmarked skin.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(6)  A person must not –
(a) prepare an unmarked skin for any process of treatment; or
(b) carry out any process of treatment, or any part of a process of treatment, on an unmarked skin.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(7)  Except as authorised by a permit under this Part, a person must not receive a wallaby skin or brushtail possum skin as the employee or agent of, or otherwise on behalf of, the holder of a fauna dealers licence (skins).

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

42.   Using device to deter seals

Except as authorised by a permit under this Part, a person must not use a device to deter a seal from interfering with fish farming or another fishing activity.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

PART 3 - Hunting

43.   Prohibited methods of hunting wildlife

(1)  Except with the written permission of the Secretary or as authorised under this Part, a person must not take any bird that is partly protected wildlife, protected wildlife or specially protected wildlife by any method of hunting other than by shooting it with a firearm.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(2)  Subregulation (1) does not apply to the taking of muttonbirds.
(3)  Except with the written permission of the Secretary, a person must not, in taking or for the purpose of taking any form of partly protected wildlife, protected wildlife or specially protected wildlife –
(a) use or have possession of a firearm that has a bore that is greater than the bore commonly known as No. 12; or
(b) use or have possession of a firearm that is fitted with a silencer; or
(c) use a firearm during the period commencing one hour after sunset on any day and ending one hour before sunrise on the next day.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(4)  A person must not, in taking or for the purpose of taking any partly protected wildlife, protected wildlife or specially protected wildlife, use or have possession of any spear, explosive, poison, chemical or other weapon or substance, unless the use or possession is –
(a) authorised under this Part in respect of the form of wildlife taken; or
(b) permitted by the Secretary.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

44.   Prohibition on use of protected wildlife as bait

(1)  A person must not use the carcass, or any part of the carcass, of a bird that is a form of partly protected wildlife, protected wildlife or specially protected wildlife for the purpose of bait.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(2)  Except with the written permission of the Secretary, a person must not use the carcass of an animal that is partly protected wildlife, protected wildlife or specially protected wildlife for the purpose of a drag-hunt, dog race or dog training.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(3)  A person must not use any living partly protected wildlife, protected wildlife or specially protected wildlife for the purpose of taking wildlife.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(4)  In this regulation –
dog race means a race involving the pursuit by dogs of a lure which may be the carcass of an animal;
drag-hunt means a hunt in which dogs are encouraged to follow a scent trail made by dragging the carcass of an animal over the ground.

45.   Prohibition on discharging firearm in certain circumstances

(1)  Except with the written permission of the Secretary, a person must not discharge a firearm for the purpose of taking any partly protected wildlife, protected wildlife or specially protected wildlife if the person is –
(a) in a conveyance; or
(b) within 10 metres of a conveyance that the person has left for the purpose of taking wildlife.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(2)  However, subregulation (1) does not apply to a person taking wild duck if the person –
(a) is in a vessel that is not underway; and
(b) takes the wild duck in accordance with a licence or permit.
(3)  For the purposes of subregulation (2) , a vessel is taken to be underway if it is being propelled directly or indirectly by one or more of the following:
(a) an engine;
(b) a sail;
(c) an oar, paddle or pole.

46.   Prohibition on spotlighting

(1)  Except with the written permission of the Secretary, a person must not use, or have possession of, any light in taking, or for the purpose of taking, any partly protected wildlife, protected wildlife or specially protected wildlife.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(2)  In this regulation –
light means any lamp or lantern or other device for providing illumination.

47.   Prohibition on organised shoot without permission

(1)  Except with the written permission of the Secretary, a person must not –
(a) arrange or provide facilities for an organised shoot; or
(b) while carrying a firearm, take part in an organised shoot.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(2)  If a person, while carrying a firearm, takes part in an organised shoot held with the permission of the Secretary granted under subregulation (1) , the person must comply with any conditions relating to that permission that are applicable to the person.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(3)  For the purposes of this regulation, an organised shoot is a gathering of persons, at least 15 of whom are carrying firearms, who –
(a) are assembled for the purpose of; or
(b) are engaged in; or
(c) are intending to engage in –
the taking of any wildlife.

48.   Nets and traps

(1)  A person who uses, sets, lays or places in position any net or trap of any kind for the purpose of taking any wildlife must remove, destroy or render harmless any net or trap that is no longer in use.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(2)  A person who uses, sets, lays or places in position any net or trap for the purpose of taking any wildlife must –
(a) inspect that net or trap at intervals not exceeding 24 hours; and
(b) immediately remove or release from the net or trap any wildlife the person finds to be caught in it.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

49.   Wounded wildlife to be killed on recovery

A person who, having taken wildlife with the intention to kill under a licence or permit under Part 2 , finds that the wildlife is alive when recovered must immediately kill that wildlife.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

50.   Special provisions as to muttonbird

(1)  A person must not take any muttonbird during the period commencing one hour after sunset on any day and ending one hour before sunrise on the following day.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(2)  A person must not use, or have possession of, any pointed, barbed, hook-shaped or sharpened implement for the purpose of taking any muttonbird from a burrow.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(3)  A person must not take any muttonbird by means, or with the assistance, of a dog.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(4)  Except with the written permission of the Secretary, a person must not –
(a) dig out, destroy, damage or in any way render useless any muttonbird burrow; or
(b) wilfully interfere with any muttonbird or muttonbird burrow on or in the vicinity of a muttonbird rookery; or
(c) take any adult muttonbird.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

51.   Special provisions as to deer

(1)  A person must not take a deer by means, or with the assistance, of a dog.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(2)  Except with the written permission of the Secretary, a person must not take a deer otherwise than by shooting it with a rifle –
(a) with a calibre of not less than 6 millimetres (or 0.236 inches); and
(b) which is capable of delivering a projectile having a kinetic energy of 1 350 joules (or 996 foot pounds) at a distance of 100 metres (or 109.36 yards) from the rifle.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(3)  A person who has taken an adult male deer must immediately fix and lock a prescribed tag to the antler of the deer around the beam between the brow tine and the trez tine.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(4)  A person who has taken an antlerless deer must immediately fix and lock a prescribed tag through the lower jaw of the deer.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(5)  A person must not affix a prescribed tag to a deer if it is a tag that has been issued to another person.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(6)  Except with the written permission of the Secretary, a person must not remove a prescribed tag fixed to a deer in accordance with subregulation (3) or (4) .

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(7)  A person must not interfere with, damage or deface a prescribed tag.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(8)  In this regulation –
prescribed tag means a tag issued to the holder of a deer licence at the time of the issue of the licence.

52.   Special provisions as to wild duck

(1)  A person who is in a vessel that is being driven or propelled by an engine or other mechanical means must not take or wilfully rouse or disturb any wild duck.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(2)  A person must not use, or assist in the use of, any aircraft for the purpose of rousing or disturbing any wild duck.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(3)  A person must not use any bait, live bird, tape recorder or electronic device to attract wild duck for the purpose of taking wild duck.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(4)  A person must not use any weapon other than a shotgun with a smooth bore for the purpose of taking, rousing or wilfully disturbing any wild duck.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(5)  A person must not –
(a) remove the head from a wild duck that has had its wings removed; or
(b) remove the wings from a wild duck that has had its head removed –
unless the person is at the residence, camp or shack of the holder of the licence under which the wild duck was taken.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(6)  Except with the written permission of the Secretary, a person who is on any public land during the open season for the taking of wild duck must not use, or have possession of, any ammunition containing lead shot for the purpose of taking wild duck on that public land.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(7)  Except with the written permission of the Secretary, a person who, during the open season for the taking of wild duck, is on any –
(a) wetland; or
(b) lake, dam, harbour, estuary or lagoon; or
(c) river, creek, canal or other watercourse –
must not use, or have possession of, ammunition containing lead shot for the purpose of taking wild duck.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(8)  Except with the written permission of the Secretary, a person must not, during the open season for the taking of wild duck, discharge lead shot from a firearm onto or across any –
(a) wetland; or
(b) lake, dam, harbour, estuary or lagoon; or
(c) river, creek, canal or other watercourse.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(9)  In this regulation –
lead shot means shot that is made of lead or any alloy containing lead;
public land means –
(a) any land that is managed by a statutory authority if members of the public have lawful access to the land; and
(b) any Crown land that is subject to a lease if members of the public have lawful access to the land;
wetland means a marsh, mudflat or other expanse of land that is permanently, intermittently or cyclically inundated with water, whether –
(a) the water is static or flowing; or
(b) the water is fresh, brackish or salt; or
(c) the inundation occurs as a result of a natural or artificial process.

53.   Hunting limits for deer, pheasant and brown quail

(1)  [Regulation 53 Subregulation (1) amended by S.R. 2015, No. 94, Applied:23 Dec 2015] Except as authorised by a permit under Part 2 , a person must not take more than 3 deer during an open season, that total being made up of –
(a) [Regulation 53 Subregulation (1) amended by S.R. 2015, No. 94, Applied:23 Dec 2015] one adult male deer and 2 antlerless deer; or
(b) [Regulation 53 Subregulation (1) amended by S.R. 2015, No. 94, Applied:23 Dec 2015] 3 antlerless deer.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(2)  Except as authorised by a permit under Part 2 , a person must not, in any one day during an open season, take more than 3 adult male pheasant.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(3)  Except as authorised by a permit under Part 2 , a person must not, in any one day during an open season, take more than 20 brown quail.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(4)  A person must not remove the head or sever the body of any deer at a place other than the usual residence of the holder of the licence under which the deer was taken except –
(a) with the written permission of the Secretary; or
(b) if all products of the deer have been labelled with the name and address of the licence holder and the numbers of the relevant licence and tag.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

54.   Bag limits for wild duck and muttonbird

(1)  Except as authorised by a permit under Part 2 , a person must not, in any one day during an open season, take more than 10 wild duck.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(2)  Except as authorised by a permit under Part 2 , a person must not, in any one day during an open season, take more than the following number of juvenile muttonbirds:
(a) in the Bass Strait islands, 25;
(b) elsewhere, 15.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(3)  A reference in this regulation to a bird of any kind includes a reference to the products of that bird.
PART 4 - Taxidermy

55.   Prohibition on carrying out taxidermy without licence

(1)  A person must not carry out taxidermy for a commercial purpose unless the person is the holder of a commercial taxidermy licence issued under Part 2 .

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(2)  A person must not carry out taxidermy other than for a commercial purpose unless the person has the permission of the Secretary.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(3)  In this regulation –
commercial purpose means the purpose of sale, processing, manufacture or any other purpose that is directed to gain or reward.

56.   Restrictions on licensed commercial taxidermist

The holder of a commercial taxidermy licence must not –
(a) charge a fee for the display of wildlife to the public; or
(b) buy or acquire wildlife from a person unless that person –
(i) holds an appropriate licence authorising that person to sell or dispose of that wildlife; or
(ii) has the written permission of the Secretary; or
(c) sell or otherwise dispose of wildlife to a person unless that person –
(i) holds an appropriate licence authorising that person to buy or acquire that wildlife; or
(ii) has the written permission of the Secretary.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

57.   Restrictions on receiving wildlife for taxidermy

(1)  A person must not receive any specially protected wildlife or protected wildlife for the purpose of taxidermy without the written permission of the Secretary.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(2)  If any specially protected wildlife or protected wildlife is delivered to the holder of a commercial taxidermy licence for the purpose of taxidermy, but the person delivering the wildlife does not produce to the holder a permission referred to in subregulation (1) at the time of delivery, the licence holder is to place the wildlife in a freezing chamber and notify a wildlife officer of the delivery.
(3)  The Secretary may reimburse the licence holder for any expenditure incurred by the licence holder in complying with subregulation (2) .

58.   Receiving wildlife for taxidermy on behalf of licence holder

(1)  Except as authorised by a permit issued under subregulation (3) , a person must not receive an animal or animal part for the purpose of taxidermy as the employee or agent of, or otherwise on behalf of, the holder of a commercial taxidermy licence.
(2)  The holder of a commercial taxidermy licence may, by written notice to the Secretary, nominate a person as the person who the holder wishes to receive an animal or animal part for the purpose of taxidermy as an employee or agent of, or otherwise on behalf of, the holder of the licence.
(3)  If the Secretary receives a notice under subregulation (2) , the Secretary may issue a permit to the person nominated by the holder of the commercial taxidermy licence authorising that person to receive an animal or animal part for the purpose of taxidermy as the employee or agent of, or otherwise on behalf of, the holder of the licence.
(4)  The holder of a commercial taxidermy licence may, by written notice to the Secretary, revoke the nomination of a person contained in a notice under subregulation (2) .
(5)  The Secretary, on receipt of a notice under subregulation (4) from the holder of a commercial taxidermy licence, is to cancel the permit to which the notice relates by serving on the holder of the permit a written notice stating that –
(a) the permit is cancelled; and
(b) it has been cancelled on the ground that the nomination of that person has been revoked by the holder of the licence.
(6)  If at any time the Secretary considers that there are grounds for cancelling a permit other than the ground referred to in subregulation (5) , the Secretary may cancel the permit by serving on the holder a written notice stating that the permit is cancelled and the grounds for its cancellation.
(7)  Where a notice under subregulation (5) or (6) cancelling a permit is served on a person, the permit ceases to have effect and the person must surrender it to the Secretary as soon as practicable.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 50 penalty units.

PART 5 - Miscellaneous

59.   Misrepresentations as to licences or permits

(1)  A person must not produce to a wildlife officer any document that is, or purports to be, a licence or a permit with the intention of falsely representing to that officer that the person or a body corporate is the holder of that licence or permit.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(2)  A person must not, with intention to deceive, produce to a wildlife officer any licence or permit that has been altered in a material respect or any document that resembles a licence or permit.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(3)  The holder of a licence or permit must not lend the licence or permit to another person, or cause or allow that licence or permit to be used in a manner calculated to deceive a wildlife officer.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(4)  A person must not falsely represent to a wildlife officer that –
(a) the person is the holder of a licence or permit in the person’s own right or jointly with another person or other persons; or
(b) a body corporate is the holder of a licence or permit.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

(5)  In this regulation –
licence means a licence issued under these regulations;
permit means a permit issued under these regulations.

60.   False or misleading statements

A person must not, in applying for a licence or permit or in giving any information under these regulations –
(a) make a statement knowing it to be false or misleading; or
(b) omit any matter from a statement knowing that without that matter the statement is false or misleading; or
(c) provide a document that the person knows to be false or misleading without informing the person to whom the document is provided of that knowledge.

Penalty:  Fine not exceeding 100 penalty units.

61.   Infringement notice offences and penalties

For the purposes of section 62 of the Act –
(a) an offence against a regulation specified in Schedule 10 is a prescribed offence in respect of which an infringement notice may be issued; and
(b) the penalty specified in that Schedule adjacent to that offence is the applicable penalty for that prescribed offence.
SCHEDULE 1 - Specially protected wildlife
[Schedule 1 Substituted by No. 17 of 1996, Applied:24 Dec 2015]

Regulation 3(1)

PART 1 - Invertebrates
[Part 1 of Schedule 1 Substituted by No. 17 of 1996, Applied:24 Dec 2015]

Order

Common Name

Species

Cyclophyllidea

tapeworm

Dasyurotaenia robusta

Oligochaeta

Lake Pedder Earthworm

Hypolimnus pedderensis

Onychophora

Blind Velvet Worm

Tasmanipatus anophthalmus

 

Giant Velvet Worm

Tasmanipatus barretti

Opiliones

Cave Harvestman

Hickmanoxyomma cavaticum

 

Ida Bay Cave Harvestman

Hickmanoxyomma gibbergunyar

Pseudoscorpionida

pseudoscorpion

Pseudotyrannochthonius typhlus

Araneae

Plomleys Trapdoor Spider

Migas plomleyi

 

Little Six-eyed Spider

Olgania excavata

 

Lake Fenton Trapdoor Spider

Plesiothele fentoni

Syncarida

Hickman's Pigmy Mountain Shrimp

Allanaspides hickmani

Isopoda

Flinders Island Cave Slater

Echinodillo cavaticus

 

isopod

Haloniscus searlei

 

isopod

Mesacanthotelson setosus

 

isopod

Mesacanthotelson tasmaniae

 

isopod

Onchotelson brevicaudatus

 

isopod

Onchotelson spatulatus

 

isopod

Uramphisopus pearsoni

Amphipoda

amphipod

Tasniphargus tyleri

Decapoda

Giant Freshwater Crayfish

Astacopsis gouldi

 

Mt. Arthur Burrowing Crayfish

Engaeus orramakunna

Central North Burrowing Crayfish

Engaeus granulatus

 

Furneaux Burrowing Crayfish

Engaeus martigener

 

Scottsdale Burrowing Crayfish

Engaeus spinicaudatus

 

Burnie Burrowing Crayfish

Engaeus yabbimunna

Orthoptera

Craggy Island Cave Cricket

Cavernotettix craggiensis

 

Kiernan’s Cave Cricket

Micropathus kiernani

 

Ranga Cave Cricket

Parvotettix rangaensis

 

Whinray's Cave Cricket

Parvotettix whinrayi

 

Schayer's Grasshopper

Schayera baiulus

Coleoptera

Miena Jewel Beetle

Castiarina insculpta

 

carab beetle

Catadromus lacordairei

 

Weldborough Forest Weevil

Enchymus sp. nov.

 

cave beetles

Goedetrechus spp.

 

Bornemissza’s Stag Beetle

Hoplogonus bornemisszai

 

Simson's Stag Beetle

Hoplogonus simsoni

 

Vanderschoor’s Stag Beetle

Hoplogonus vanderschoori

 

cave beetles

Idacarabus spp.

 

Broad-toothed Stag Beetle

Lissotes latidens

 

Mt. Mangana Stag Beetle

Lissotes menalcas

 

Cockerill’s Cave Beetle

Tasmanotrechus cockerilli

Lepidoptera

Chevron Looper Moth

Amelora acontistica

 

Chaostola Skipper

Antipodia chaostola

 

Tunbridge Looper Moth

Chrysolarentia decisaria

 

Saltmarsh Looper Moth

Dasybela achroa

 

Marrawah Skipper

Oreisplanus munionga larana

 

Ptunarra Brown Butterfly

Oreixenica ptunarra

 

Tasmanian Hairstreak Butterfly

Pseudalmenus chlorinda tax. myrsilus

 

Chequered Blue

Theclinesthes serpentata

Trichoptera

caddis-fly

Ecnomina vega

 

caddis-fly

Hydrobiosella saggita

 

caddis-fly

Hydroptila scamandra

 

caddis-fly

Oecetis gilva

 

Spotted Microcaddis-fly

Orphninotrichia maculata

 

caddis-fly

Orthotrichia adornata

 

Miena Microcaddis-fly

Oxyethira mienica

 

caddis-fly

Ramiheithrus kocinus

 

caddis-fly

Stenopsychodes lineata

 

caddis-fly

Tasimia drepana

 

McCubbins Caddis Fly

Taskiria mccubbini

 

Lake Pedder Caddis Fly

Taskiropsyche lacustris

Eupulmonata

Southern Hairy Red Snail

Chloritobadistes victoriae

 

Ammonite Snail

Discocharopa vigens

Mesogastropoda

freshwater snails

Beddomeia spp.

 

freshwater snails

Phrantela spp.

Basommatophora

Great Lake Snail

Benthodorbis pawpela

Stylommatophora

Skemps Snail

Charopidae “Skemps”

 

Burgundy Snail

Helicarion rubicundus

 

snail

Miselaoma weldii

 

snail

Pasmaditta jungermanniae

 

snail

Roblinella agnewi

 

Keeled Snail

Tasmaphena lamproides

PART 2 - Amphibians
[Part 2 of Schedule 1 Substituted by No. 17 of 1996, Applied:24 Dec 2015]

Family

Common Name

Species

Myobatrachidae (Leptodactylidae)

Striped Marsh Frog

Limnodynastes peronii

Hylidae

Green and Gold Frog

Litoria raniformis

PART 3 - Reptiles
[Part 3 of Schedule 1 Substituted by No. 17 of 1996, Applied:24 Dec 2015]

Family

Common Name

Species

Cheloniidae

Loggerhead Turtle

Caretta caretta

 

Hawksbill Turtle

Eretmochelys imbricata

Dermochelyidae

Leathery (or Luth) Turtle

Dermochelys coriacea

Scincidae

Pedra Branca Skink

Carinascincus palfreymani

 

Tussock Skink

Pseudemoia pagenstecheri

 

Glossy Grass Skink

Pseudemoia rawlinsoni

Elapidae

Chappell Island Tiger Snake

Notechis scutatus serventyi

PART 4 - Birds
[Part 4 of Schedule 1 Substituted by No. 17 of 1996, Applied:24 Dec 2015]

Family

Common Name

Species

Ardeidae

Australian Bittern

Botaurus poiciloptilus

Scolopacidae

Eastern Curlew

Numenius madagascariensis

Podicipedidae

Great Crested Grebe

Podiceps cristatus

Procellariidae

Blue Petrel

Halobaena caerulea

 

Southern Giant Petrel

Macronectes giganteus

 

Northern Giant Petrel

Macronectes halli

 

Fairy Prion (southern ssp.)

Pachyptila turtur subantarctica

 

Grey Petrel

Procellaria cinerea

 

White-headed Petrel

Pterodroma lessoni

 

Gould's Petrel

Pterodroma leucoptera leucoptera

 

Soft-plumaged Petrel

Pterodroma mollis

Diomedeidae

Wandering Albatross

Diomedea exulans

 

Sooty Albatross

Phoebetria fusca

 

Light-mantled Albatross

Phoebetria palpebrata

 

Shy Albatross

Thalassarche cauta

 

Grey-headed Albatross

Thalassarche chrysostoma

 

White-capped Albatross

Thalassarche steadi

Phalacrocoracidae

Macquarie Island Shag

Leucocarbo atriceps purpurascens

Accipitridae

Grey Goshawk

Accipiter novaehollandiae

 

Wedge-tailed Eagle (Tasmanian ssp.)

Aquila audax fleayi

 

White-bellied Sea-Eagle

Haliaetus leucogaster

Laridae

Little Tern

Sternula albifrons sinensis

 

Fairy Tern

Sternula nereis nereis

 

White-fronted Tern

Sterna striata

 

Antarctic Tern (New Zealand ssp.)

Sterna vittata bethunei

 

Antarctic Tern (Indian & Atlantic Ocean ssp.)

Sterna vittata vittata

Alcedinidae

Azure Kingfisher

Ceyxazureus diemonensis

Psittacidae

Swift Parrot

Lathamus discolor

 

Orange-bellied Parrot

Neophema chrysogaster

Tytonidae

Masked Owl

Tyto novaehollandiae

Pardalotidae

Brown Thornbill (King Island ssp.)

Acanthiza pusilla archibaldi

 

Scrubtit

Acanthornis magnus

 

Forty-spotted Pardalote

Pardalotus quadragintus

PART 5 - Mammals
[Part 5 of Schedule 1 Substituted by No. 17 of 1996, Applied:24 Dec 2015]

Order or Family

Common Name

Species

Dasyuridae

Spotted-tailed Quoll (SE mainland & Tas. ssp.)

Dasyurus maculatus maculatus

 

Tasmanian Devil

Sarcophilus harrisii

Peramelidae

Eastern Barred Bandicoot (Tasmania)

Perameles gunnii

Otariidae

New Zealand Fur Seal

Arctocephalus forsteri

 

Subantarctic Fur Seal

Arctocephalus tropicalis

 

Leopard Seal

Hydrurga leptonyx

 

Crab-eater Seal

Lobodon carcinophagus

Phocidae

Southern Elephant Seal

Mirounga leonina

Cetacea

Sei Whale

Balaenoptera borealis

 

Blue Whale

Balaenoptera musculus

 

Fin Whale

Balaenoptera physalus

 

Southern Right Whale

Eubalaena australis

 

Humpback Whale

Megaptera novaeangliae

Muridae

New Holland Mouse

Pseudomys novaehollandiae

SCHEDULE 2 - Protected wildlife
[Schedule 2 Substituted by No. 17 of 1996, Applied:24 Dec 2015]

Regulation 3(1)

PART 1 - Invertebrates
[Part 1 of Schedule 2 Substituted by No. 17 of 1996, Applied:24 Dec 2015]

Order

Common Name

Species

Opiliones

cave harvestman

Lomanella spp.

Pseudoscorpionida

pseudoscorpion

Pseudotyrannochthonius tasmanicus

Orthoptera

cave crickets

Cavernotettix spp.

 

cave crickets

Micropathus spp. except kiernani

 

cave crickets

Parvotettix spp. except rangaensis

Diptera

Tasmanian Glow-worm

Arachnocampa tasmaniensis

PART 2 - Amphibians
[Part 2 of Schedule 2 Substituted by No. 17 of 1996, Applied:24 Dec 2015]

Family

Common Name

Species

Myobatrachidae (Leptodactylidae)

Moss Froglet

Bryobatrachus nimbus

 

Common Froglet

Crinia signifera

 

Tasmanian Froglet

Crinia tasmaniensis

 

Smooth Froglet

Geocrinia laevis

 

Eastern Banjo Frog

Limnodynastes dumerilii

 

Spotted Marsh Frog

Limnodynastes tasmaniensis

 

Southern Toadlet

Pseudophryne semimarmorata

Hylidae

Tasmanian Tree Frog

Litoria burrowsae

 

Brown Tree Frog

Litoria ewingii

PART 3 - Reptiles
[Part 3 of Schedule 2 Substituted by No. 17 of 1996, Applied:24 Dec 2015]

Order or Family

Common Name

Species

Agamidae

Mountain Dragon

Rankinia diemensis

Scincidae

Three-lined Skink

Acritoscincus duperreyi

 

Northern Snow Skink

Carinascincus greeni

 

Metallic Skink

Carinascincus metallicus

 

Southern Snow Skink

Carinascincus microlepidotus

 

Spotted Skink

Carinascincus ocellatus

 

Mountain Skink

Carinascincus orocryptus

 

Tasmanian Tree Skink

Carinascincus pretiosus

 

She-oak Skink

Cyclodomorphus casuarinae

 

Delicate Skink

Lampropholis delicata

 

Bougainvilles Skink

Lerista bougainvillii

 

Whites Skink

Liopholis whitii

 

Southern Grass Skink

Pseudemoia entrecasteauxii

 

Tussock Skink

Pseudemoia pagenstecheri

 

Glossy Grass Skink

Pseudemoia rawlinsoni

 

Blotched Blue-tongue Skink

Tiliqua nigrolutea

Elapidae

Copperhead Snake

Austrelaps superbus

 

White-lipped (Whip) Snake

Drysdalia coronoides

 

Tiger Snake

Notechis scutatis

Hydrophiidae

Yellow-bellied Sea Snake

Pelamis platurus

PART 4 - Birds
[Part 4 of Schedule 2 Substituted by No. 17 of 1996, Applied:24 Dec 2015]

Family

Common Name

Species

Anatidae

Australasian (or Blue-winged) Shoveler

Anas rhynchotis

 

Hardhead (or White-eyed Duck)

Aythya australis

 

Musk Duck

Biziura lobata

 

Cape Barren Goose

Cereopsis novaehollandiae

 

Black Swan

Cygnus atratus

 

Pink-eared Duck

Malacorhynchus membranaceus

 

Blue-billed Duck

Oxyura australis

 

Freckled Duck

Stictonetta naevosa

Podicipedidae

Hoary-headed Grebe

Poliocephalus poliocephalus

 

Australasian Grebe

Tachybaptus novaehollandiae

Spheniscidae

Emperor Penguin

Aptenodytes forsteri

 

King Penguin

Aptenodytes patagonicus

 

Rockhopper Penguin

Eudyptes chrysocome

 

Macaroni Penguin

Eudyptes chrysolophus

 

Fiordland Penguin

Eudyptes pachyrhynchus

 

Snares Penguin

Eudyptes robustus

 

Royal Penguin

Eudyptes schlegeli

 

Erect-crested Penguin

Eudyptes sclateri

 

Little Penguin

Eudyptula minor

 

Adelie Penguin

Pygoscelis adeliae

 

Chinstrap Penguin

Pygoscelis antarctica

 

Gentoo Penguin

Pygoscelis papua

Procellariidae

Cape Petrel

Daption capense

 

Antarctic (or Southern) Fulmar

Fulmarus glacialoides

 

Southern Giant-Petrel

Macronectes giganteus

 

Northern Giant-Petrel

Macronectes halli

 

Slender-billed Prion

Pachyptila belcheri

 

Antarctic Prion

Pachyptila desolata

 

Salvin's Prion

Pachyptila salvini

 

Broad-billed Prion

Pachyptila vittata

 

Common Diving-Petrel

Pelecanoides urinatrix

 

White-chinned Petrel

Procellaria aequinoctialis

 

Grey Petrel

Procellaria cinerea

 

Westland Petrel

Procellaria westlandica

 

Mottled Petrel

Pterodroma inexpectata

 

Great-winged Petrel

Pterodroma macroptera

 

Black-winged Petrel

Pterodroma nigripennis

 

Little Shearwater

Puffinus assimilis

 

Buller's Shearwater

Ardenna bulleri

 

Fluttering Shearwater

Puffinus gavia

 

Sooty Shearwater

Ardenna grisea

 

Hutton's Shearwater

Puffinus huttoni

 

Antarctic Petrel

Thalassoica antarctica

Diomedeidae

Antipodean Albatross

Diomedea antipodensis

 

Southern Royal Albatross

Diomedea epomophora

 

Northern Royal Albatross

Diomedea sanfordi

 

Buller's Albatross

Thalassarche bulleri

 

Indian Yellow-nosed Albatross

Thalassarche carteri

 

Atlantic Yellow-nosed Albatross

Thalassarche chlororhynchos

 

Chatham Albatross

Thalassarche eremita

 

Campbell Albatross

Thalassarche impavida

 

Black-browned Albatross

Thalassarche melanophrys

Hydrobatidae

White –bellied Storm-Petrel (A'asian ssp.)

Fregetta grallaria grallaria

 

Black-bellied Storm-Petrel

Fregetta tropica

 

Grey-backed Storm-Petrel

Garrodia nereis

 

Wilson's Storm-petrel

Oceanites oceanicus

 

White-faced Storm-Petrel

Pelagodroma marina

Sulidae

Australasian Gannet

Morus serrator

Phalacrocoracidae

Black-faced Cormorant

Phalacrocorax fuscescens

 

Little Black Cormorant

Phalacrocorax sulcirostris

 

Pied Cormorant

Phalacrocorax varius

Pelecanidae

Australian Pelican

Pelecanus conspicillatus

Ardeidae

Great Egret

Ardea alba

 

Cattle Egret

Ardea ibis

 

White-necked Heron

Ardea pacifica

 

Australasian Bittern

Botaurus poiciloptilus

 

Little Egret

Egretta garzetta

 

White-faced Heron

Egretta novaehollandiae

 

Eastern Reef Egret

Egretta sacra

 

Nankeen Night Heron

Nycticorax caledonicus

Threskiornithidae

Royal Spoonbill

Platelea regia

 

Glossy Ibis

Plegadis falcinellus

 

Australian White Ibis

Threskiornis molucca

 

Straw-necked Ibis

Threskiornis spinicollis

Accipitridae

Collared Sparrowhawk

Accipiter cirrhocephalus

 

Brown Goshawk

Accipiter fasciatus

 

Swamp Harrier

Circus approximans

 

Spotted Harrier

Circus assimilis

 

Whistling Kite

Haliastur sphenurus

 

Black Kite

Milvus migrans

Falconidae

Brown Falcon

Falco berigora

 

Nankeen Kestrel

Falco cenchroides

 

Australian Hobby (or Little Falcon)

Falco longipennis

 

Peregrine Falcon

Falco peregrinus

Rallidae

Eurasian Coot

Fulica atra

 

Tasmanian Native Hen

Gallinula mortierii

 

Buff-banded Rail

Gallirallus philippensis

 

Purple Swamphen

Porphyrio porphyrio

 

Australian Spotted Crake

Porzana fluminea

 

Baillon's Crake

Porzana pusilla

 

Spotless Crake

Porzana tabuensis

 

Lewin's Rail

Rallus pectoralis

Turnicidae

Painted Button-quail

Turnix varia

Scolopacidae

Ruddy Turnstone

Arenaria interpres

 

Sharp-tailed Sandpiper

Calidris acuminata

 

Sanderling

Calidris alba

 

Baird's Sandpiper

Calidris bairdii

 

Red Knot

Calidris canutus

 

Curlew Sandpiper

Calidris ferruginea

 

Pectoral Sandpiper

Calidris melanotos

 

Red-necked Stint

Calidris ruficollis

 

Great Knot

Calidris tenuirostris

 

Latham's Snipe

Gallinago hardwickii

 

Bar-tailed Godwit

Limosa lapponica

 

Black-tailed Godwit

Limosa limosa

 

Little Curlew (or Little Whimbrel)

Numenius minutus

 

Whimbrel

Numenius phaeopus

 

Red-necked Phalarope

Phalaropus lobatus

 

Wood Sandpiper

Tringa glareola

 

Common Greenshank

Tringa nebularia

 

Marsh Sandpiper (or Little Greenshank)

Tringa stagnatilis

 

Terek Sandpiper

Xenus cinereus

Rostratulidae

Painted Snipe

Rostratula australis

Burhinidae

Bush Stone-curlew

Burhinus grallarius

Haematopodidae

Sooty Oystercatcher

Haematopus fuliginosus

 

Pied Oystercatcher

Haematopus longirostris

Recurvirostridae

Banded Stilt

Cladorhynchus leucocephalus

 

Black-winged Stilt

Himantopus himantopus

 

Red-necked Avocet

Recurvirostra novaehollandiae

Charadriidae

Double-banded Plover

Charadrius bicinctus

 

Greater Sand Plover

Charadrius leschenaultii

 

Lesser Sand Plover

Charadrius mongolus

 

Red-capped Plover

Charadrius ruficapillus

 

Oriental Plover

Charadrius veredus

 

Black-fronted Dotterel

Elseyornis melanops

 

Red-kneed Dotterel

Erythrogonys cinctus

 

Pacific Golden Plover

Pluvialis fulva

 

Grey Plover

Pluvialis squatarola

 

Hooded Plover

Thinornis rubricollis

 

Masked Lapwing

Vanellus miles

 

Banded Lapwing

Vanellus tricolor

Laridae

Great Skua

Catharacta skua

 

Whiskered Tern

Chlidonias hybridus

 

White-winged Black Tern

Chlidonias leucopterus

 

Kelp (or Southern Black-backed) Gull

Larus dominicanus

 

Silver Gull

Larus novaehollandiae

 

Pacific Gull

Larus pacificus

 

Topknot Pigeon

Lopholaimus antarcticus

 

Arctic Jaeger

Stercorarius parasiticus

 

Crested Tern

Thalasseus bergii

 

Caspian Tern

Hydroprogne caspia

Columbidae

Common Bronzewing

Phaps chalcoptera

 

Brush Bronzewing

Phaps elegans

 

Superb Fruit-dove

Ptilinopus superbus

 

Arctic Tern

Sterna paradisaea

Cacatuidae

Major Mitchell Cockatoo

Cacatua leadbeateri

 

Red-tailed Black Cockatoo

Calyptorhynchus banksii

 

Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo

Calyptorhynchus funereus

 

Glossy Black Cockatoo

Calyptorhynchus lathami

Psittacidae

Musk Lorikeet

Glossopsitta concinna

 

Blue-winged Parrot

Neophema chrysostoma

 

Ground Parrot

Pezoporus wallicus

 

Green Rosella

Platycercus caledonicus

 

Eastern Rosella

Platycercus eximius

Cuculidae

Fan-tailed Cuckoo

Cacomantis flabelliformis

 

Horsfield's Bronze-Cuckoo

Chalcites basalis

 

Shining Bronze-Cuckoo

Chalcites lucidus

 

Pallid Cuckoo

Cuculus pallidus

Strigidae

Southern Boobook

Ninox novaeseelandiae

Tytonidae

Barn Owl

Tyto javinica

 

Sooty Owl

Tyto tenebricosa

Podargidae

Tawny Frogmouth

Podargus strigoides

Aegothelidae

Australian Owlet-nightjar

Aegotheles cristatus

Apodidae

Fork-tailed Swift

Apus pacificus

 

White-throated Needletail

Hirundapus caudacutus

Halcyonidae

Sacred Kingfisher

Todiramphus sanctus

Coraciidae

Dollarbird

Eurystomus orientalis

Menuridae

Superb Lyrebird

Menuranovaehollandiae

Maluridae

Superb Fairy-wren

Malurus cyaneus

 

Southern Emu-wren

Stipiturus malachurus

Pardalotidae

Yellow-rumped Thornbill

Acanthiza chrysorrhoa

 

Tasmanian Thornbill

Acanthiza ewingii

 

Brown Thornbill

Acanthiza pusilla

 

Striated Fieldwren

Calamanthus fuliginosus

 

Spotted Pardalote

Pardalotus punctatus

 

Striated Pardalote

Pardalotus striatus

 

Tasmanian Scrubwren

Sericornis humilis

Meliphagidae

Eastern Spinebill

Acanthorhynchus tenuirostris

 

Little Wattlebird

Anthochaera chrysoptera

 

Yellow Wattlebird

Anthochaera paradoxa

 

White-fronted Chat

Ephthianura albifrons

 

Yellow-throated Honeyeater

Lichenostomus flavicollis

 

Noisy Miner

Manorina melanocephala

 

Black-headed Honeyeater

Melithreptus affinis

 

Strong-billed Honeyeater

Melithreptus validirostris

 

Tawny-crowned Honeyeater

Glyciphila melanops

 

New Holland Honeyeater

Phylidonyris novaehollandiae

 

Crescent Honeyeater

Phylidonyris pyrrhoptera

Petroicidae

Dusky Robin

Melanodryas vittata

 

Scarlet Robin

Petroica boodang

 

Flame Robin

Petroica phoenicea

 

Pink Robin

Petroica rodinogaster

Pachycephalidae

Grey Shrike-thrush

Colluricincla harmonica

 

Olive Whistler

Pachycephala olivacea

 

Golden Whistler

Pachycephala pectoralis

Dicruridae

Satin Flycatcher

Myiagra cyanoleuca

 

Leaden Flycatcher

Myiagra rubecula

 

Grey Fantail

Rhipidura albiscapa

Campephagidae

Black-faced Cuckoo-shrike

Coracina novaehollandiae

 

White-winged Triller

Lalage sueurii

Artamidae

Dusky Woodswallow

Artamus cyanopterus

 

White-browed Woodswallow

Artamus superciliosus

 

Grey Butcherbird

Cracticus torquatus

 

Australian Magpie

Cracticus tibicen

 

Black Currawong

Strepera fuliginosa

 

Grey Currawong

Strepera versicolor

Corvidae

Little Raven

Corvus mellori

Motacillidae

Richard's (or Australian) Pipit

Anthus novaeseelandiae

Passeridae

Beautiful Firetail

Stagonopleura bella

Hirundinidae

Fairy Martin

Petrochelidon ariel

 

Welcome Swallow

Hirundo neoxena

 

Tree Martin

Petrochelidon nigricans

Sylviidae

Clamorous Reed-Warbler

Acrocephalus australis

 

Golden-headed Cisticola

Cisticola exilis

 

Little Grassbird

Megalurus gramineus

Zosteropidae

Silvereye

Zosterops lateralis

Muscicapidae

Bassian Thrush

Zoothera lunulata

PART 5 - Mammals
[Part 5 of Schedule 2 Substituted by No. 17 of 1996, Applied:24 Dec 2015]

Order or Family

Common Name

Species

Monotremata

Platypus

Ornithorhynchus anatinus

 

Echidna

Tachyglossus aculeatus

Dasyuridae

Swamp Antechinus

Antechinus minimus

 

Dusky Antechinus

Antechinus swainsonii

 

Tasman Peninsula Dusky Antechinus

Antechinus vandycki

 

Eastern Quoll

Dasyurus viverrinus

 

White-footed Dunnart

Sminthopsis leucopus

Peramelidae

Southern Brown Bandicoot

Isoodon obesulus

Potoroidae

Tasmanian Bettong

Bettongia gaimardi

 

Long-nosed Potoroo

Potorous tridactylus

Macropodidae

Forester Kangaroo

Macropus giganteus

Vombatidae

Wombat

Vombatus ursinus tasmaniensis

 

Common Wombat (Bass Strait)

Vombatus ursinus ursinus

Burramyidae

Little (Tasmanian) Pygmy Possum

Cercartetus lepidus

 

Eastern Pygmy Possum

Cercartetus nanus

Petauridae

Sugar Glider

Petaurus breviceps

 

Ringtail Possum

Pseudocheirus peregrinus

Megachiroptera

fruit bats

Pteropus spp.

Microchiroptera

Gould's Wattled Bat

Chalinolobus gouldi

 

Chocolate Wattled Bat

Chalinolobus morio

 

Great Pipistrelle Bat

Falsistrellus tasmaniensis

 

Lesser Long-eared Bat

Nyctophilus geoffroyi

 

Greater Long-eared Bat

Nyctophilus timoriensis

 

Large Forest Bat

Vespadelus darlingtoni

 

Southern Forest Bat

Vespadelus regulus

 

Little Forest Bat

Vespadelus vulturnus

Otariidae

Antarctic Fur Seal

Arctocephalus gazella

 

Australian Fur Seal

Arctocephalus pusillus

Phocidae

Weddell Seal

Leptonychotes weddellii

Cetacea

All whales and dolphins of the order Cetacea, excluding those listed in Schedule 1

All species of Cetacea excluding those listed in Schedule 1

Muridae

Water Rat

Hydromys chrysogaster

 

Broad-toothed Rat

Mastacomys fuscus

 

Long-tailed Mouse

Pseudomys higginsi

 

Velvet-furred (Eastern Swamp) Rat

Rattus lutreolus

SCHEDULE 3 - Protected wildlife which may be bought, sold or held without a permit

Regulations 3(1) and 36(2)

[Schedule 3 Amended by No. 17 of 1996, Applied:24 Dec 2015]
Birds

Family

Common Name

Species

Phasianidae

Stubble Quail

Coturnix pectoralis

Cacatuidae

Sulphur-crested Cockatoo

Cacatua galerita

 

Western Long-billed Corella (southern ssp.)

Cacatua pastinator pastinator

 

Galah

Eolophus roseicapilla

Fringillidae

Gouldian Finch

Erythrura gouldiae

Psittacidae

Little Lorikeet

Glossopsitta pusilla

 

Alexandra's Parrot

Polytelis alexandrae

 

Regent Parrot (eastern ssp.)

Polytelis anthopeplus anthopeplus

 

Superb Parrot

Polytelis swainsonii

 

Golden-shouldered Parrot

Psephotus chrysopterygius

 

Hooded Parrot

Psephotus dissimilis

SCHEDULE 4 - Partly protected wildlife

Regulation 5 and regulation 37

PART 1 - Birds

Family

Common Name

Species

Phasianidae

Brown Quail

Coturnix ypsilophora

 

Common Pheasant

Phasianus colchicus

Anatidae

Chestnut Teal

Anas castanea

 

Grey Teal

Anas gracilis

 

Pacific Black Duck

Anas superciliosa

 

Australian Shelduck (Mountain Duck)

Tadorna tadornoides

 

Australian Wood Duck

Chenonetta jubata

Procellariidae

Short-tailed Shearwater (Muttonbird)

Ardenna tenuirostris

PART 2 - Mammals

Family

Common Name

Species

Phalangeridae

Brushtail Possum

Trichosurus vulpecula

Macropodidae

Bennett's (or Red-necked) Wallaby

Macropus rufogriseus

 

Tasmanian Pademelon (or Rufous Wallaby)

Thylogale billardierii

Cervidae

European Fallow Deer that are not farm deer

Dama dama dama

SCHEDULE 5 - Restricted animals

Regulation 6

PART 1 - Birds

Family

Common Name

Species

Rallidae

Weka

Gallirallus australis

Columbidae

Ringneck Dove

Streptopelia capicola

 

Collared Dove

Streptopelia decaocto

Passeridae

White-winged Whydah (or Widowbird)

Euplectes albonotatus

 

Spice Finch (Nutmeg Mannikin)

Lonchura punctulata

 

Eurasian Tree Sparrow

Passer montanus

 

Red-billed Quelea

Quelea quelea

Fringillidae

Mexican Rose Finch (House Finch)

Carpodacus mexicanus

 

Yellowhammer

Emberiza citrinella

 

Chaffinch

Fringilla coelebs

 

Bullfinch

Pyrrhula pyrrhula

Pycnonotidae

Red-vented Bulbul

Pycnonotus cafer

 

Red-whiskered Bulbul

Pycnonotus jocosus

Muscicapidae

Song Thrush

Turdus philomelos

Sturnidae

Indian Mynah

Acridotheres tristis

PART 2 - Reptiles

Family

Common Name

Species

Carettochelydidae

Freshwater turtle

All members of family Carettochelydidae

Chelidae

Freshwater turtle

All members of family Chelidae

Emydidae

Red-eared slider turtle

Trachemys scripta

PART 3 - Mammals
[Schedule 3 Amended by No. 17 of 1996, Applied:24 Dec 2015]

Family

Common Name

Species

Artiodactyla

Himalayan Tahr

Hemitragus jemlahicus

Macropodidae

Agile Wallaby

Macropus agilis

 

Tammar Wallaby

Macropus eugenii

 

Western Grey Kangaroo

Macropus fuliginosus

SCHEDULE 6 - Restricted (special purpose) wildlife
[Schedule 6 Substituted by No. 17 of 1996, Applied:24 Dec 2015]

Regulation 3(1)

Amphibians

Order or Family

Common Name

Species

Bufonidae

Marine (or Cane) Toad

Bufo marinus

Caudata

Caudates (Newts, salamanders, etc.)

all kinds

 

Mexican Axolotl

Ambystoma mexicanum

 

Fire-bellied Newt

Cynops pyrrogaster

 

Warty (Crested) Newt

Triturus cristatus

 

Common Newt

Triturus vulgaris

Reptiles

Order or Family

Common Name

Species

Agamidae

Central Bearded Dragon

Pogona vitticeps

Alligatoridae

American Alligator

Alligator mississippiensis

Boidae

Red-tailed Boa

Boa constrictor

Crocodylidae

Freshwater Crocodile

Crocodylus johnsoni

 

Estuarine Crocodile

Crocodylus porosus

Pythonidae

Children's Pythons

Antaresia spp.

 

Black-headed Python

Aspidites melanocephalus

 

Scrub Python

Morelia amethistina

 

Carpet Python

Morelia spilota

 

Reticulated Python

Python reticulatus

Varanidae

Perentie

Varanus giganteus

 

Lace Monitor

Varanus varius

Birds

Order or Family

Common Name

Species

Anseranatidae

Magpie Goose

Anseranas semipalmata

Burhinidae

Bush Stone-curlew

Burhinus grallarius

Cacatuidae

Gang-gang Cockatoo

Callocephalon fimbriatum

Casuariidae

Southern Cassowary

Casuarius casuarius

Mammals

Order or Family

Common Name

Species

Atelidae

Black-handed Spider Monkey

Ateles geoffroyi

Bovidae

Addax

Addax nasomaculatus

 

Scimitar-horned Oryx

Oryx dammah

Callitrichidae

Common Marmoset

Callithrix jacchus

 

Pygmy Marmoset

Callithrix pygmaea

 

Cotton-top Tamarin

Saguinus oedipus

Caviidae

Capybara

Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris

Cebidae

Black-tufted Capuchin

Cebus paella

Cercopithecidae

De Brazza's Monkey

Cercopithecus neglectus

 

Mantled Guereza

Colobus guereza

 

Long-tailed Macaque

Macaca fascicularis

 

Japanese Macaque

Macaca fuscata

 

Black Crested Macaque

Macaca nigra

 

Lion-tailed Macaque

Macaca silenus

 

Hamadryas Baboon

Papio hamadryas

Equidae

Plains Zebra

Equus quagga

Felidae

Cheetah

Acinonyx jubatus

 

African Serval

Leptailurus serval

 

African Lion

Panthera leo

 

Siberian Tiger

Panthera tigris altaica

 

Bengal Tiger

Panthera tigris tigris

Herpestidae

Meerkat

Suricata suricatta

Hylobatidae

Siamang

Symphalangus syndactylus

Lemuridae

Ring-tailed Lemur

Lemur catta

Mustelidae

Oriental Small-clawed Otter

Aonyx cinereus

Phascolarctos

Koala

Phascolarctos cinereus

Procyonidae

Coati

Nasua nasua

Sciuridae

Northern Palm Squirrel

Funambulus pennantii

SCHEDULE 7 - Domestic stock

Regulation 4

PART 1 - Birds
[Part 1 of Schedule 7 Amended by No. 17 of 1996, Applied:24 Dec 2015]

Family

Common Name

Species

Struthionidae

Ostrich

Ostriches, all kinds

Phasianidae

Japanese Quail

Coturnix japonica

 

Domestic Fowl

Gallus gallus

 

Domestic Turkey

Meleagris gallopavo

Anatidae

Mallard Duck

Anas platyrhynchos

 

Domestic Goose

Anser anser

 

Domestic (Chinese) Goose

Anser cygnoides

 

Mandarin Duck

Aix galericulata

 

Muscovy Duck

Cairina moschata

Columbidae

Domestic Pigeon

Columbia livia

Cacatuidae

Cockatiel

Nymphicus hollandicus

Estrildidea

Zebra Finch

Taeniopygia guttata

Fringillidae

Common Canary

Serinus canaria

Numididae

Helmeted Guineafowl

Numida meleagris

Phasianidae

Common Peafowl

Pavo cristatus

Psittacidae

Budgerigar

Melopsittacus undulatus

PART 2 - Mammals

Family

Common Name

Species

Equidae

Donkey

Equus asinus

 

Horse

Equus caballus

Suidae

Pig

Sus scrofa

Camelidae

Camels, Alpacas, Llamas, Vicunas

Camelids, all kinds

Bovidae

Indian cattle

Bos indicus

 

European cattle

Bos taurus

 

Goat

Capra hircus

 

Sheep

Ovis aries

Caviidae

Guinea Pig

Cavia procellus

Leporidae

European rabbit

Oryctolagus cuniculus

SCHEDULE 7A - Controlled Animals
[Schedule 7A Inserted by S.R. 2012, No. 82, Applied:26 Sep 2012]

Regulation 4A

PART 1 - Spiders

Family

Common Name

Species

Family Actinopodidae

Mouse Spider

Missulena spp.

Family Hexathelidae

Tree Funnelweb Spider

Atrax horribillis

 

Sydney Funnelweb Spider

Atrax robustus

 

Funnelweb Spider

Hadronyche spp.

Family Idiopidae

Tree-stem Trapdoor Spider

Aganippe castellum

 

Four-spotted Trapdoor Spider

Aganippe subtristis

 

Golden Trapdoor Spider

Arbanitis spp.

 

Adelaide Trapdoor Spider

Blakistonia aurea

 

Shieldbacked Trapdoor Spider

Idiosoma nigrum

 

Sydney Brown Trapdoor Spider

Misgolas rapax

 

Tube Spider

Misgolas robertsi

Family Lycosidae

Grey Wolf Spider

Dingosa simsoni

 

Garden Wolf Spider

Lycosa godeffroyi

 

Little Striped Wolf Spider

Venatrix furcillata

Family Sparassidae

Flat Huntsman Spider or Avondale Spider

Delena cancerides

 

Sydney Huntsman Spider, Large Huntsman Spider, Giant Huntsman Spider, Grey Huntsman Spider

Holconia immanis

 

Badge Huntsman Spider, Shield Huntsman Spider

Neosparassus spp.

 

Lichen Huntsman

Pandercetes gracilis

 

Giant Huntsman Spider

Typostola barbata

Family Tetragnathidae

Golden Orbweavers

Nephila spp.

Family Theraphosidae

Tarantula

Phlogius spp.

 

Coastal Whistling Spider

Selenocosmia crassipes

 

Australian Common Whistling Spider

Selenocosmia stirlingi

 

Australian Featherleg Spider

Selenotypus plumipes

PART 2 - Scorpions

Class

Common Name

Species

Arachnida

Scorpions

Family Buthidae, all kinds

PART 3 - Stick Insects

Family

Common Name

Species

Family Phasmatidae

Titan Stick Insect

Acrophylla titan

 

Wuelfing's Stick Insect

Acrophylla wuelfingi

 

Tessellated Stick Insect

Anchiale austrotessulata

 

Spurlegged Stick Insect, Spurlegged Phasmatid

Didymuria violescens

 

Peppermint Stick Insect, Pandanus Stick Insect

Megacrania batesii

 

Ringbarker Phasmatid

Podacanthus wilkinsoni

 

Children's Stick Insect

Tropidoderus childrenii

PART 4 - Cockroaches

Family

Common Name

Species

Family Blaberidae

Burrowing Cockroach

Geoscapheus dilatatus

 

Friedman's Bark Cockroach

Laxta friedmani

 

Australian Wood Cockroach

Panesthia australis

 

Giant Burrowing Cockroach, Giant Knobby Cockroach

Parapanesthia gigantea

 

Surinam Cockroach

Pycnoscelus surinamensis

PART 5 - Centipedes

Class

Common Name

Species

Chilopoda

Centipedes

Family Scolopendridae, all kinds

PART 6 - Millipedes

Class

Common Name

Order

Class Diplopoda

Pill Millipedes

Order Sphaerotheriida, all kinds

 

Spirobolid Millipedes

Order Spirobolida, all kinds

 

Polydesmid Millipedes

Order Polydesmida, all kinds

PART 7 - Beetles

Family or Order

Common Name

Species

Family Curculionidae

Botany Bay Weevil

Chrysolopus spectabilis

Order Coleoptera

Longicorn Beetle

Family Cerambycidae, all kinds

 

Stag Beetle

Family Lucanidae, all kinds

 

Bess Beetle, Passalid Beetle

Family Passalidae, all kinds

Order Hemiptera

Assassin Bug

Family Reduviidae, all kinds

PART 8 - Praying Mantis

Family

Common Name

Species

Family Mantidae

Large Brown Mantid

Archimantis spp.

 

Garden Mantid, Green Mantid, Slender Green Mantid

Orthodera spp.

PART 9 - Crickets

Family

Common Name

Species

Family Stenopelmatidae

King Cricket

Australostoma spp.

Family Tettigoniidae

Spotted Katydid, Spotted Predatory Katydid

Ephippitytha trigintiduoguttata

 

Rainforest Cricket, Katydid

Phricta spp.

PART 10 - Snails

Family

Common Name

Species

Family Caryodidae

Giant Panda Snail

Hedleyella falconeri

Family Camaenidae

Rainforest Snail

Hadra webbi

 

Fraser's Rainforest Snail

Sphaerospira fraseri

 

Mitchell's Rainforest Snail, Rainforest Snail

Thersites spp.

Family Ampullariidae

Ramshorn Snail

Bulinus spp.

 

Giant Ramshorn Snail

Marisa cornuarietis

 

Apple Snail

Pila spp.

 

Apple Snail

Pomacea spp.

PART 11 - Velvet Worms

Class

Common Name

Species

Class Onychophorida

Velvet Worm

Family Peripatopsidae, all kinds

PART 12 - Slugs

Family

Common Name

Species

Family Athoracophoridae

Red Triangle Slug

Triboniophorus graeffei

SCHEDULE 8 - Fees

Regulation 3(1) and regulation 33(5) and (6)

PART 1 - Fees for licences

Column 1

Licence

Column 2

Fee (Fee units)

1. Fauna dealer’s licence (skins)

50

2. Commercial wallaby hunter's licence

40

3. Wallaby licence

20

4. Commercial muttonbird catcher’s licence

Nil

5. Muttonbird licence

20

6. Deer licence

45

7. Duck licence

20

8. Pheasant licence

10

9. Brown quail licence

20

10. Commercial taxidermy licence

Nil

PART 2 - Fees for permits

Column 1

Permit

Column 2

Fee

1. Permit for export –

 

(a) for

 

(i) a permit that relates to living wildlife

10 fee units or 2 fee units for each specimen – whichever is the greater

(ii) in any other case

10 fee units

(b) if the Secretary is satisfied that the removal from the State of the wildlife or products of wildlife is required for a scientific or educational purpose

Nil

2. Permit for taking specially protected, protected, or partly protected wildlife

Fee approved by the Minister

3. Crop protection permit

Fee approved by the Minister

4. Seal deterrent permit

Fee approved by the Minister

5. Permit to receive skins

Fee approved by the Minister

SCHEDULE 9 - Royalties

Regulation 34

In respect of each skin of –

 

(a) a wallaby; and

20 cents

(b) a brushtail possum.

30 cents

SCHEDULE 10 - Infringement notice offences and penalties

Regulation 61

 

Regulation

Penalty

(Penalty units)

1. 

regulation 8(3)

4

2. 

regulation 10(3)

4

3. 

regulation 17(3)

4

4. 

regulation 17(4)

4

5. 

regulation 18(4)

2

6. 

regulation 20(3)

4

7. 

regulation 22(3)

4

8. 

regulation 28(5)

2

9. 

regulation 29(4)

2

10. 

regulation 30(2)

4

11. 

regulation 32(2)

4

12. 

regulation 33(3)

4

13. 

regulation 33(5)

4

14. 

regulation 33(6)

4

15. 

regulation 35(1)

4

16. 

regulation 36(1)

4

17. 

regulation 37(1)

4

18. 

regulation 37(2)

4

19. 

regulation 37(4)

4

20. 

regulation 37(6)

4

21. 

regulation 37(8)

4

22. 

regulation 37(9)

4

23. 

regulation 37(11)

4

24. 

regulation 38(1)

4

25. 

regulation 38(2)

4

26. 

regulation 39

4

27. 

regulation 40

4

28. 

regulation 41(1)

4

29. 

regulation 41(4)

4

30. 

regulation 41(5)

4

31. 

regulation 41(6)

4

32. 

regulation 41(7)

4

33. 

regulation 42

4

34. 

regulation 43(1)

4

35. 

regulation 43(3)

4

36. 

regulation 43(4)

4

37. 

regulation 44(1)

4

38. 

regulation 44(2)

4

39. 

regulation 44(3)

4

40. 

regulation 45(1)

4

41. 

regulation 46

4

42. 

regulation 47(1)

4

43. 

regulation 47(2)

4

44. 

regulation 48(1)

4

45. 

regulation 48(2)

4

46. 

regulation 49

4

47. 

regulation 50(1)

4

48. 

regulation 50(2)

4

49. 

regulation 50(3)

4

50. 

regulation 50(4)

4

51. 

regulation 51(1)

4

52. 

regulation 51(2)

4

53. 

regulation 51(3)

4

54. 

regulation 51(4)

4

55. 

regulation 51(5)

4

56. 

regulation 51(6)

4

57. 

regulation 51(7)

4

58. 

regulation 52(1)

4

59. 

regulation 52(2)

4

60. 

regulation 52(3)

4

61. 

regulation 52(4)

4

62. 

regulation 52(5)

4

63. 

regulation 52(6)

4

64. 

regulation 52(7)

4

65. 

regulation 53(1)

4

66. 

regulation 53(2)

4

67. 

regulation 53(3)

4

68. 

regulation 53(4)

4

69. 

regulation 54(1)

4

70. 

regulation 54(2)

4

71. 

regulation 55(1)

4

72. 

regulation 56

4

73. 

regulation 57(1)

4

74. 

regulation 58(7)

2

75. 

regulation 59(1)

4

76. 

regulation 59(2)

4

77. 

regulation 59(3)

4

78. 

regulation 59(4)

4

79. 

regulation 60

4

Displayed and numbered in accordance with the Rules Publication Act 1953.

Notified in the Gazette on 1 December 2010

These regulations are administered in the Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment.