A variety of activities within the marine park requires a permit, including:
- any activities or works that damage, take or interfere with habitat (such as plants, soil, sand, shells or other naturally occurring material) within the marine park including:
- installing or relocating a mooring
- construction activities including dredging, reclamation, driving posts or piles, construction of boat ramps, seawalls, bridges, pontoons or jetties
- commercial activities – including tourist operations but not commercial fishing
- collecting for aquariums
- competitions including fishing and spearfishing
- organised events including sporting or other activities
- hovercraft use
- collecting for scientific or educational purposes.
Obtain a permit
For activities or works that damage, take or interfere with habitat in a marine park:
Fisheries and marine protected area permit application form (PDF)
Fisheries and marine protected area permit application form (DOC)
Completed fisheries and marine protected area permit application forms should be submitted to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For all other activities:
Marine parks permit application form (PDF, 109.1 KB)
Permit standard conditions (PDF, 57.22 KB)
Marine parks permit policy
Completed marine parks permit application forms should be sent by email/post to Jervis Bay Marine Park. Please contact your local marine park office if you have any queries regarding marine park permits or application forms.
Proposals for development within or adjacent to the marine park must be assessed under marine estate and planning legislation, and a marine park permit may be required. Contact the marine park for more information.
Other management actions