Wildlife Display Permit
What is a Wildlife Display Permit (WDP)?
The most common reasons for applying for a WDP are for an Educational Facility, a Herpetology and/or Avian display, or for Registered Rehabilitator display.
A Wildlife Display Permit authorises the holder to do the following without additional authority:
• display the wildlife specified in the permit subject to and in accordance with the Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulations 2021 (Exhibited Animals) and any terms of the permit.
A WDP does not authorise the possession of wildlife or products of wildlife; this requires an additional permit.
Further information can be found on the WDP fact sheet which is included in the application form.
How do I apply?
If you want to apply for a WDP, you will need to complete a Wildlife Display Permit Application form. Please ensure you read the fact sheet before completing the application.
Educational Facility and Herpetology and/or Avian display applications must be completed and lodged at Service Tasmania inclusive of payment of the application fees.
Registered Rehabilitators should return their application form directly to NRE Tas.
Wildlife Display Permit Fact Sheet and Application Form