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    Regulation of Exhibited Animals
    The current regulation of exhibited animals in Zoological Parks and Aquaria crosses over several acts of Parliament, including the Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002 and Animal Care and Protection Act 2001, administered by the Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries, and the Nature Conservation Act 1992, administered by the Environmental Protection Agency. The main r

    Exhibited Animals Legislation RIS
    The current Queensland legislation regulating animal exhibition is fragmented. Some exhibitors need multiple licences (each with their own fees and processes) because they are regulated under more than one Act. Also, there are gaps in coverage of some public safety and animal welfare risks. Some species cannot be exhibited at all, even if the associated risks can be minimised. Public consultation

    Exhibited Animals Bill 2015
    The current Queensland legislation regulating animal exhibition is fragmented and there are gaps in the management of some animal welfare and safety risks. Some exhibitors need multiple licences (each with their own fees and processes) because they are regulated under more than one Act. Some species cannot be exhibited at all, even if the associated risks can be minimised. The reforms contained i

    Exhibited Animals Regulation 2016
    The Exhibited Animals Act 2015 was passed on 11 June 2015 and will commence on 1 July 2016. The Act replaces six licensing schemes and provisions spread across four Acts with a single licensing scheme under a single Act. The Exhibited Animals Regulation 2016 will support the Exhibited Animals Act 2015. The Regulation comprises several elements, including prescribing certain lower-risk categories

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    12 May, 2016

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