Before you apply
- Use the free ePlanning Spatial Viewer to check that the land is Crown land and check the zoning and LEP.
- Prepare the supporting documents you may have to support your online application form.
How to use the ePlanning Spatial Viewer
- How to identify a Crown land (PDF, 395 KB)
- How to identify zoning of land (PDF, 528 KB)
- How to identify LEP (PDF, 254 KB)
- A site diagram including site location, boundary fencing and any existing structures including pipelines and pump sites
- Evidence of authority to act where applicable
- A recent company search where the applicant is a Company with an ABN/CAN which lists company officeholders (directors and secretaries)
- A certificate of incorporation (from NSW Fair Trading) and minutes showing elected office bearers where the applicant is an incorporated association
- An application fee is required for a grazing licence. An invoice for the application fee will be sent to you once the application starts to be processed.
- For further information please refer to the NSW Department of Planning & Environment – Crown Lands website. Crown Lands - Application Fees and Rents
- Additional fees may be charged when lengthy status searches are required.
- Applications with missing information will not be accepted and will be returned for your completion.
- All applications are considered on their own merits. Licences may be granted by way of a competitive process or through direct negotiation. No guarantee can be given as to the outcome of any application under the provisions of the Crown Land Management Act 2016.
Important information about this form
- By selecting the Submit button, you have read and agreed to the department's Privacy statement.
- The fields marked with an asterisk * are mandatory and must be completed in order to submit the form.
- After you have submitted your form, a copy of the application can be emailed to the address entered in the form or a copy can be saved or printed.
Grazing licence application