Management Agreement Permits Now Available for Travelling Stock Reserves

Livestock producers across the North Coast Local Land Services region have been invited to apply for Management Agreement Permits for a number of Travelling Stock Reserves (TSRs).

We invite you to submit an application for a Management Agreement Permit (previously known as a long-term grazing permit), which can provide certainty of TSR access for the next four years.

Under measures introduced in 2020 by Local Land Services, Management Agreement Permits across NSW are now standardized, and the process of assessing the applications is more robust.

Successful applicants are selected using comprehensive criteria including the applicant’s proposed grazing practices and experience as well as how they plan to manage pests, weeds and drought impacts.

This is part of our commitment to ensuring the state’s TSRs are looked after as they should be because everybody benefits from a viable, well-maintained, and connected TSR network.

All TSRs remain available by application to Local Land Services for short-term access permits such as walking stock, as well as recreational activities.

North Coast region applications are now open and close on Friday 30 July 2021 at 5 pm

For more information on Management Agreement Permits, producers can:

Anyone considering submitting an application should read and understand the TSR State-wide Plan of Management and the Best Environmental Management Practice Toolkit for TSRs, which are both available on the Local Land Services website:


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