Fees and services—Application for a permission to conduct a commercial whale watching program for a vessel with a length of more than 20 metres under the Marine Parks Act

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A commercial whale watching program means a business operation involving carrying people in a boat or aircraft for the purpose of watching whales. A permit is required for commercial whale watching with daily fees payable. Operating conditions set out safe distances and practices to ensure the protection of these marine mammals.

Cost
$2,620.00
Available from
Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
Contact information
QPWS Enquiries (Park Access) parkaccess@des.qld.gov.au
Further information
About this service