Commercial use of animals

Wildlife legislation in Queensland allows for certain commercial uses of protected native animals. Some species may be used commercially without any type of licence, whereas others may only be kept and used under an appropriate licence. Commercial purposes usually entail the use of native wildlife as part of a business.

The commercial uses of animals in Queensland, which are regulated under the Nature Conservation Act 1992, include:

Keeping native animals

Find out which native animals require a licence to be kept as a pet.

Wildlife emergencies

View contact details for reporting incidents related to wildlife.