NT Waybills – Return PINK Copies
Have you sent your PINK copies in to your Regional Livestock Biosecurity Officer (RLBO) recently?
It is a mandatory requirement for cattle, buffalo, sheep, goats, camelids (including camels, alpacas and llamas), deer and pig owners to complete a waybill whenever stock are moved outside the boundaries of a property.
Pink copies must be sent within 28 days
It is an offence under the Livestock Regulations not to complete a waybill correctly and may incur a penalty for not submitting the Waybill pink copies to the Registrar in 28 days after completion.
NT PICs – use the NT PIC Search database.
National PIC Registers using your NLIS account - Search the PIC register
NOTE: Post PINK copies within 28 days to Regional Livestock Biosecurity Officer
Visit nt.gov.au or contact your RLBO for assistance
Tennant Creek Region
Alice Springs Region
Rob Wait (RLBO)
Josh Haigh (RLBO)
Tom Haines (PLBO)
Greg Crawford (RLBO)
Last updated: 27 March 2018