Current Permit Application and Decision Information
The GBRMPA permit application and decision information site can be used to search for specific details of permit applications and permit decisions. Simply follow the links below to access relevant search sites. Further information in relation to this site can be obtained from GBRMPA ph:07 4750 0700 or by email.
GBRMPA is currently upgrading its permits database. Until this upgrade is complete, permit decision information prior to the 26 November 2009 can be found under the Archived Decisions and Current Permits sections below. Decisions made after the 26 November 2009 can be viewed by clicking the link next to Recent Decisions below. Historical permit information pre-April 2002 may not be as comprehensive as information on current permissions.
Applications open for public comment
Select this option to view permit applications that are subject to Public Notice and are currently available for public comment.
Select this option to view recent decisions made by the GBRMPA.
Select this option to view older decisions made by the GBRMPA.
Select this option to view details of current permits. You can use a text base selection method focus on an area of interest .
Select this option to view details of current applications. You can use a text base selection method to focus on an area of interest.
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