Applications will be acknowledged within 3 working days, and your unique application number will be emailed to you. If you have not heard from us within that time contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Identify which group below is relevant for you to find out which permit/authorisation you are likely to need and how to apply.
Permit information for all businesses including sole traders, tour operators, telecommunications companies, tertiary facilities, farmers and zoos.
Permit information for advocates of conservation such as zoos, sanctuaries and community groups.
Permit information for universities, crown entities and anyone wanting to conduct research on public conservation land, or handle wildlife.
Permit information for clubs, community groups, trusts and incorporated societies.
Some activities require authorisation even if you are not running your activity as a business or on behalf of an organisation.
Get application forms to conduct activities on public conservation land and/or with native species.
Contact information for queries about concessions and other permits.
Use this interactive online map to find public conservation land, DOC campsites, tracks, huts, and visitor centres.
Apply for a permit to hold, catch, handle or release wildlife.
Find out what permit you need to hunt on public conservation land.
Find out how to buy the special licence needed for fishing in the Taupo district, including latest fees and licence agents.
If you are interested in putting beehives on public conservation land you must register an 'expression of interest'.
View permits issued by DOC for the recovery of SH1 and rail links along the Kaikoura coast.
Find out about CITES permit requirements for endangered species, special cases and application forms for New Zealand.