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|Licences for agricultural & veterinary chemicals in Tasmania. Includes training information.|
|A one-stop-shop on the Commonwealth, State and Local Government controls required when operating a business (or occupation) in Tasmania. Includes licenses, permits, approvals, registrations, codes of practices, standards, guidelines, etc.|
|For searching survey information by mail, fax or email.
|If you apply agricultural chemical products for a commercial spraying business, you must hold a Certificate of Competency that is relevant to the type of work you do.|
|Crop Protection Permits (CPP) are issued to landowners and land managers who need to control or prevent browsing damage by wildlife species.
|Information on Driver Licences in Tasmania|
|Provides a link to the order forms for Allflex NLIS tags. Return the completed forms to livestock agents, who will then forward them on for processing.|
|Application forms for Property Identification Codes (PICs) in Tasmania.|
|Application form for stocking trout in farm dams|
|Recreational game licences authorise the taking of game, i.e. deer, wild duck, mutton-bird (non-commercial), wallaby (non-commercial), brown quail and pheasant during open seasons. This site contains links to bag limits, application forms, etc.
|TASMAP is the Tasmanian Government's base mapping arm, supplying a wide range of topographic maps including series, national park and tourist maps, a comprehensive street atlas and other mapping products. |
|This site provides forms for a licence, an exemption, a duplicate of licence, or an application to drive a public passenger vehicle.|
|This site provides access to forms to register a vehicle, apply for a concession or exemption, transfer a registration and when nominating home garage address.|