Moving and selling animals
Legal requirements and permits for moving animals in, around and out of Queensland.
See the requirements that apply to different types of animals.
All about livestock standstills in Queensland, for livestock owners, transporters and others in the livestock industry.
Guidelines for identifying different animals with brands or earmarks.
Registration allows us to better prepare for and respond to biosecurity emergencies.
A property identification code (PIC) is associated with the land where you keep your animals.
Requirements, guidelines and advice on moving livestock within and into Queensland. Learn more about the National Livestock Identification System (NLIS).
Legal requirements when moving susceptible livestock through cattle tick zones in Queensland.
Find out about mustering or travelling stock permits for national parks and state forests, including how to apply.
Find out how to get property of origin certification for exporting animals and animal products from Queensland.
This guide provides guidelines to help ensure the welfare of animals being transported by land, including special requirements for birds, cattle and dogs.
Apply for the permits needed to use the Queensland stock route network for travelling stock on foot, grazing (agistment) of stock and using water facilities.