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To obtain access across public conservation land for your business or private property you must have a concession from DOC. This is known as an easement and includes activities such as conveying electricity, telecommunications, water and gas or right of way for vehicles or stock.
To use a helicopter to carry out aerially assisted trophy hunting, either commercially or for personal gain, you must have a concession from DOC.
Aircraft activities on or over public conservation lands and waters must have a concession or authorisation from DOC. This includes both commercial operations and private recreational activities.
To lay pesticides or traps on public conservation land you must have permission from DOC.
If you’d like to put beehives on public conservation land, follow these application guidelines.
If you want to use public conservation land to run a business or activity you must get permission from DOC in the form of a concession.
A licence is required to fish in the Lake Taupō district. Licences are valid from 1 July to 30 June each year.
You must have a concession from DOC to fly a drone on public conservation land for any reason.
CITES regulates and monitors trade in endangered animal and plant species to ensure it does not threaten their long-term survival in the wild.
To film anything for commercial purposes on public conservation land you must have a concession from DOC. This includes activities such as making a documentary, movie or advertisement.
Apply for an exemption from the requirement to maintain a culvert or ford to allow fish passage, to construct a dam or diversion structure or modify an existing fish facility.
To graze any animal on public conservation land you must have a concession from DOC.
There are a number of tracks across New Zealand that are available for guided walking if certain conditions are followed. These are called ‘conforming’ tracks.
Find out what permit you need to hunt on public conservation land.
Apply for an authorisation to move, possess or farm freshwater species.
Apply for a permit if you want to undertake commercial activities involving marine mammals, or you want to take, hold, import or export marine mammals.
Apply for a permit to hold, catch, handle or release wildlife.
To provide land-based guided activities such as walking, hiking, tramping, climbing, hunting, fishing, biking or motorised vehicles on public conservation land you must have a concession from DOC.
Apply for a permit to monitor species or conduct research within a marine reserve.
Apply for an access arrangement to prospect, explore or mine on public conservation land.
You need a WARO concession for pig, goat and chamois carcass recovery and the live capture of deer, pig and goat.
You need a WARO concession to undertake wild animal recovery operations on public conservation land.
Information for when the activity you would like to conduct on public conservation land does not fall into any of the other categories in this section.
To build or use a private or commercial facility or structure on public conservation land you must have a concession from DOC. This includes building an information centre, erecting a weather station or constructing or leasing a private or commercial campground.
You must have a concession (permit) from DOC to fly a drone (of any size) on public conservation land for any reason, including private and non-commercial use.
Apply for a permit to collect samples or undertake research on plants, soils, rocks, invertebrates, fresh water fish species or historic materials that are on public conservation land.
To hold a sporting event such as a 4WD club trip, off-road running race or multi-sport event on public conservation land you must have a concession from DOC.
To apply for a tenancy or use any existing structure or facility on public conservation land you must have a concession from DOC. This includes the permanent use of a historic building for a business or community group.
To provide watercraft activities such as kayaking, boat landings or use of DOC wharves you must have a concession from DOC.