Visitor and recreation enquiries
Concessions and other permission contacts
To report damage and conservation emergencies
Call the DOC emergency hotline 0800 DOCHOT (0800 362 468).
Conservation emergencies include:
- Conservation-related law enforcement (for example illegal white-baiting, vandalism of huts and tracks, removal of plants from reserves, killing or catching of native wildlife, fishing in marine reserves, disturbing marine mammals)
- Sick or injured wildlife
- Marine mammal stranding (whales and dolphins only)
- Safety Watch (damaged and/or unsafe visitor facilities)
For all Fire and Search and Rescue emergencies, call 111.
Contact a local DOC office
Note: DOC offices will be closed from Friday 20 December 2013 to Monday 6 January 2014 although many visitor and information centres are open (except on public holidays).
All other enquires
Please check the frequently asked questions before making an enquiry.
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