A standalone Hunter's code of practice

The Department of Primary Industries is seeking public feedback on remaking the Hunter’s Code of Practice.
A male and female bowhunter walk down a State forest road
A male and female bowhunter walk down a State forest road

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What’s this about?

As part of development of the proposed Game and Feral Animal Control Regulation 2022, the Hunter's Code of Practice is being remade as a standalone code.

This change is to reflect contemporary legal drafting practices.

The nature, intent and legislative duties placed on hunters through the Hunter’s Code of Practice are not changing. Only minor revisions have been made to ensure the code satisfies the current regulatory environment and meets modern drafting standards. The code continues to be a mandatory and enforceable condition of all game hunting licences.

Visit the DPI website to find out more and provide feedback.

Visit our website to read the preamble and see a comparison between the old and updated codes, then tell us what you think. Details on how to have your say are on the DPI website.

Note: submissions must focus on the content of the code, rather than general position statements.

Have your say

Have your say by 26 August 2022.

Submit your feedback using the method listed below.

Online consultation

Consultation period

From:27 July 2022
To:26 August 2022

See consultation methods

More information

Email: Project team
Phone: 02 6363 7650
Agency Website
Consultation Website

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