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If an Aboriginal person wishes to take a protected animal, egg or native plant for sale, barter or exchange, they will require a permit.

Following are some examples of where an Aboriginal person would need a permit:

  • taking an emu egg from the wild for carving and sale
  • collection of bush tucker (eg Muntries Kunzea pomifera for sale)
  • commercial kangaroo shooting
  • collection of myall, mallee, sandalwood and mulga vegetation for artefacts and sale
  • cultural fairs where an Aboriginal person wishes to sell bush tucker as a way of promoting Aboriginal culture.