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If you want to keep one or more hives of honey bees in NSW, you’ll need to be registered as a beekeeper with NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI), even if you're already registered in another state or territory. You can apply and pay for your registration online.
If you want to transport native animals into and out of NSW, you'll need to apply for a native animal import/export licence. You can apply for this licence online.
If you'd like to check whether a strata agent, community managing agent or property manager has a valid licence, you can do this online.
Many organisations hold fundraising appeals to finance charitable activities. To do this they must have an authority to fundraise licence. You can search for these licences, and check their details, online.
To keep native mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians as pets, you'll need a native animal keeper licence. This licence covers over 300 types of native animals listed on the NSW Native Animal Keepers' Species List as class 1 or basic: amphibian class A1 bird class B1 mammal class M1 reptile class R1. You can apply for the licence online.
If you want to check if a driver holds a dangerous goods driver licence to transport dangerous goods like chemicals or toxic waste, you can do this online.
If you’re planning an activity or project for research, education or conservation purposes which is within a national park, or may harm or damage protected plants, animals or their habitat, you’ll need to apply for a native flora and fauna research licence. There is a fee for the initial licence and any subsequent renewal(s) of that licence. You can apply...
Businesses that sell alcohol need to have a licence. Hotels, bars and taverns, where the main purpose is the sale and supply of alcohol, are required to have a hotel liquor licence. Registered clubs that sell alcohol to members and guests need to have a club liquor licence. You can search and check the conditions of these licences online.
Stores that sell alcohol for takeaway only (meaning that it can't be consumed on the premises) are required to have a packaged liquor licence. You can search a packaged liquor licence and check for any licence conditions, online.