Developed by Fivium, the Wildlife Trade Permit system enables the Department of Environment to regulate the import and export of Australian native and endangered species.

In Australia, the export and import of wildlife and wildlife products is regulated under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act. Permits are required for:

  • imports and exports of internationally endangered species (CITES)
  • exports of native species
  • imports of live plants and animals

Protecting Australia's wildlife

Every year thousands of specimens are exported or imported through relocation, commercial shipments or scientific research. The wildlife system assesses and validates applications. Once an application has been approved, a permit will be generated and Australian Customs are then notified electronically.

As Australia is part of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Fauna and Flora (CITES), every year the Department of Environment must report on exactly how many specimens are shipped. Using the system's comprehensive reporting tools, data can be presented in a variety of formats including automatically generated government compliance reports, such as the comprehensive CITES report.

Benefits of the system include:
The wildlife system has the following features:
 
 
  The Wildlife Trade Permit System is key in the regulation and conservation of Australia's native and endangered species.  
 
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