Apply online or find out where to get a hunting permit for hunting on public conservation land, and learn what species require specific permits.
Find out how to get a permit from the Komiti Taoka Tuku Iho for the allocation and use of taoka species in Otago.
Learn more about where and why controlled dog areas have been established on conservation lands.
Anglers will find numerous opportunities for fishing in public conservation areas, including the world-famous Taupo fishery. Find out where these fishing opportunities are.
Kapiti is one of the few accessible island nature reserves. There you can observe birds that are either very rare or absent from the mainland. Access is by approved tourism operators only.
Find out more about permits you may need for activities in the Hauraki Gulf including holding a wedding or using a wharf managed by the Department of Conservation.
Guidelines for minimising risks to researchers, the public, structures and facilities, NZ's indigenous fauna and flora, and sites within the East Coast Bay of Plenty Conservancy from any research activity.
Learn about CITES - The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora - and the permits you need to import or export endangered species.
Find out when you are permitted to construct and maintain access related structures and tracks on Sounds Foreshore Reserve and how to apply for a permit.
See Maps and geospatial services for maps of all public conservation land.
See permit contacts for queries about concessions and other permits.