Prohibited Weapon Permits
To contact the Firearms Registry Permits Unit email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prohibited weapons are itemised in Schedule 1 of the Weapons Prohibition Act 1998. Possession and/or use of any of these items must be authorised by a permit.
What is a Prohibited Weapon permit?
The Weapons Prohibition Act and associated Regulation permit the Commissioner, or his delegates at the Firearms Registry, to issue Prohibited Weapons Permits authorising the use of prohibited weapons where a person can show a genuine reason for the possession or use of the weapon - See section 11 of the Weapons Prohibition Act 1998.
Check if the item you wish to possess and use is a prohibited weapon. Select the appropriate permit from the list below. Application forms and FACT Sheets are available on each permit page.
Once completed, the form and any supporting documentation must be returned to:
Firearms Registry, Locked Bag 1, Murwillumbah NSW 2484.
Types of Permits
- Animal Management
- Arms Fair Principal Dealer
- Body Armour Vest
- Batons and Handcuffs
- General Commissioner's Permit
- Laser Pointer
- Overseas Competitor
- Public Museum
- Re-Enactment Event
- RSL Display
- Scientific Purposes
- Theatrical Armourer Weapons Permit
For further information:
For all enquires regarding Firearm Permits, you can email the Firearms Registry Permits Unit: email@example.com.