Pastoral lessees need the consent of the Commissioner of Crown Lands before carrying out various activities on the land.
The table below lists the activities which need the Commissioner’s consent. If you have any questions about whether a proposed activity requires consent, or you are unsure what sort of information you need to provide, please email email@example.com.
Under the Crown Pastoral Land Reform Bill, a new consents regime will come into effect.
The Commissioner has granted consent to all pastoral lessees to undertake "minor activities” such as those only requiring a handheld shovel or spade. This consent also extends to activities undertaken within a fenced in area around the homestead located on the pastoral lease, such as tree felling or sowing seed.
You can view a copy of this consent:
- To go to the list of activities requiring consent and the relevant request form please see above.
All amounts are GST inclusive and payable upon application.
These charges relate to the preparation and registration of documents by the Commissioner of Crown Lands.
Please make payment to 03-0049-0002402-18, using the applicant’s name and the application type as a reference. You will be asked to provide proof of payment when your application is received.
|Application / Request||Amount|
|An instrument under section 60 granting or reserving a right of way or other easement over or under Crown land||$165|
|A recreation permit under section 66A||$112.50|
|A consent under section 89, ie a transfer, sublease or sublicence||$112.50|