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Council considers applications for agistment licence agreements on Council-owned or Council-managed land. Agistment is generally considered for parks and reserves adjacent to the applicant’s property, however, customers can apply to use other areas of council land. To apply for an agistment licence agreement, you will need to complete an 'Agistment of animals on Council owned/managed land' application via Councils MBRC Online Services.
If you do not have an existing MBRC Online Services account you will be required to register before lodging an application.
Find out about your animal allowances per property.
Read the Stock - how many animals can I have on my property factsheet(PDF, 1MB).
Learn more about the obligations of an agistment licensee by reviewing the Agistment licensee obligations checklist(PDF, 208KB).
You will also need to provide an agistment management plan outlining how the land will be used and managed. This includes:
Allow four to six weeks for your application to be processed.
Evidence of a current public liability insurance policy to the value of $20,000,000 will need to be provided with approved applications. The insurance policy must be in the same name as the applicant. Any other party or provider associated with your application should also have public liability cover and provide evidence of this cover to the applicant.