The Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008 requires that all dogs over the age of 12 weeks are registered with Council.
There is no requirement to register cats in the South Burnett Region.
New registration application
Download and complete the Animal Registration form below. Present the form with the relevant payment at any Council Customer Service Centre.
New registration fees may be adjusted (pro-rated) in certain circumstances. Contact Council on (07) 4189 9100 to confirm the relevant fee amount.
Annual registration renewals are sent to animal owners at the end of October and are payable by 30 Novermber each year.
If any of the below concessions apply or the animal has been desexed since the initial registration, then please supply the required supporting documentation to Council to be eligible for the reduced fee.
Pay animal registration renewals using the details on the notice issued by Council.
For a list of registration fees for this finacial year please refer to Council's Fees & Charges.
Is my property within the Defined Town Area?
The registration fee and number of animals permitted on a property depends on whether the property lies within the Defined Town Area.
See Animals Allowed by Property Size & Location to determine how many animals you are permitted to have on your property.
Declared dangerous, menacing & restricted dogs
Dogs which have been declared dangerous or menacing, or breeds that have been declared as restricted, are subject to additional fees and restrictions. See dangerous, menacing and restricted dogs for more information.
Animal registration tags
Tags are provided when an animal is registered or renewed and must be worn at all times. Exemptions may be granted - see Subordinate Local Law 2 (Animal Management) 2011.
Replacement of lost tags can be arranged by contactig Council on (07) 4189 9100.
Owners are encouraged to microchip their animals and submit the details to Council for ease of identification.
The Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008 requires:
- All dogs born after 1 April, 2009 to be microchipped prior to 12 weeks of age.
- All dogs must be microchipped , if not already implanted, when ownership of the animal changes.
Microchipping can be done at any veterinary surgery.