Compulsory beekeeper registration buzzes in

by Brighton Council

Registration is now compul­sory for all Tasmanian bee­keepers, including commercial and recreational beekeepers. The new regulations came into effect in November 2022.

To find out more information about how to register and the conditions of registration please visit Biosecurity Tas­mania at www.nre.tas.gov.au/biosecurity-tasmania.

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Compulsory beekeeper registration buzzes in
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