Children hunting under adult supervision

Parents and guardians must get permission for children to go hunting in the Northern Territory (NT).

Your child must always be under the supervision of an adult while hunting.

Your child must be at least 12 years old and under 18 years old to allow them to go hunting with you or another adult. 

They must be a nominee on an adult's hunting permit to go hunting. 

How to add a child to a permit

Children must be nominated on a current hunting permit held by an adult.

To nominate your child on an adult's hunting permit you must fill in the hunting permit form on the Australian Government Department of Business website

You must provide your child's name and date of birth on your application form.

Last updated: 20 March 2020

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