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 Australian Laws about reptiles keeping as "pets"

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MessageSujet: Australian Laws about reptiles keeping as "pets"   Ven 24 Oct - 19:13

Reptile keeping is regulated in every state ans territory.

Reptile keeping in Australia is a privilege, not a right. The trade and keeping of reptiles is regulated on a state-by-state basis, and the laws are subject to change. In most instances, licences must be applied for before a reptile is obtained, and records must be kept, with annual returns required. All reptiles must be acquired from a legitimate source, and there are constraints as to which species can be kept, and in what circumstances. Therefore, the very first thing to do when considering acquiring a reptile is to familiarise yourself with the legal requirements within your state or territory. The following prompts lead to the relevant wildlife agencies for each state and territory.

KEEPING NATIVE ANIMALS:
They have in Australia different levels of licencing, class 1,2,3 or based on the level of care ect...It will explain it in more detail here.

http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/wildlifelicences/KeepingNativeAnimals.htm

The standard reptile keepers licensing starts off with a basic class 1 that allows you to keep the easy and/or non endangered species.You may progress to upgrade your licence after a certain amount of time and when a few criteria features are met.

Class 2 allows harder animals to keep and/or rarer species.On a class 2 you may also apply for endorsements to keep elapids once you meet certain requirements and criteria.

Prices are alot cheaper here for Australian animals than you would be used to paying over there.For eg: Diamonds & Bredli average $350 each for hatchlings.

Note:
Different states have different classes of licences.
In South Australia a class 1 fauna licence (beginners) is just a matter of paying money ($AUD40 per year), a class 2 requires you having a class 1 for a year and proof that you have sucessfully kept reptiles. Forget importing reptiles, thre is a almost non-existant possiblity of getting a permit and the animals wil require 13 months quarrantine. Movement of reptiles between states (except WA) requires red-tape but (at least in SA) importing reptiles just requires filling in a form (NO Money) and waiting for permission.

DEPARTMENT OF SUSTAINABILITY AND ENVIRONMENT:
http://www.dse.vic.gov.au/dse/index.htm

WORD DOCUMENT TO ASK FOR A LICENCE TO DOWNLOAD:
http://www.epa.qld.gov.au/publications?id=1021

ENVIRONMENT ACT AND LATEST DISPOSITONS
http://www.tams.act.gov.au/live/environment

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT CONSERVATION
thretaned species: http://www.dec.wa.gov.au/management-and-protection/index.html

HERPETOLOGY PERMIT: APPLICATION FORM:
http://www.dpiw.tas.gov.au/inter.nsf/FormPermits/BHAN-54B2E6?open

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