The Department of Agriculture and Fisheries is seeking feedback from the exhibited animal industry and wider community about the proposed fee structure for licensing exhibited animal authority holders and monitoring their compliance with the Exhibited Animals Act 2015.
The Queensland Government has a principle that individuals and groups should pay for goods, products or services they directly benefit from.
Since August 2016 exhibited animal authority holders in Queensland have not been required to pay fees. Exhibitors were previously licensed under other legislation and some fees were previously paid under these arrangements.
The Department of Agriculture and Fisheries is seeking to introduce fees for exhibited animal authority holders.
Fees are proposed for granting authorities and accreditations, renewing, restoring and amending authorities and accreditations, transferring authorities, site assessments, and providing information from the register.
You can provide feedback about the proposed fee structure up until midnight, Tuesday 15 June 2021.
The Queensland Government is seeking feedback about the proposed fee structure for licensing exhibited animal authority holders and monitoring their compliance with the Exhibited Animals Act 2015.
Complete this survey to have your say. You can also upload a written submission using the form on this page.
Before you start the survey, please make sure you read the discussion paper to understand the proposal. Please note: the discussion paper has been revised and republished on 31 May 2021 to correct a formatting issue in Attachment 1 on page 3.
Read the privacy statement below to understand how your information and feedback will be used.Take this survey
You can also attend a webinar for more information and to have your questions about the proposal answered. The webinars will run for 1 hour and will be held using Microsoft Teams. Please ensure you have downloaded, installed and tested Microsoft Teams prior to the webinar.
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