Diversify your land: non-pastoral use permits
Non-pastoral use permits allow you to use part of your pastoral lease to create alternative streams of revenue.
Pastoral lessees can apply for permits to use parts of their lease for:
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources and Department of Primary Industry and Resources can provide you with advice on land suitability, crops and potential markets.
Non-pastoral use permit annual fees are under review.
A permit can now be approved for up to 30 years and can be renewed up to two years before it expires. You can renew a permit for up to 30 years.
How to apply
To apply for a non-pastoral use permit follow these steps.
Step 1. Read the non-pastoral use guidelines .
Step 2. Fill in the non-pastoral use form
Step 3. Attach supporting documents including your locality plan.
Step 4. Pay the fee. These are currently under review.
Step 5. To submit your application by mail or email, forward it to:Executive officer
Pastoral Land Board
PO Box 496
Palmerston NT 0831
Last updated: 14 September 2018