As of 07 March 2003 it has been possible for Western Australians to obtain a licence to keep reptiles and amphibians as pets.
This information has been provided by the Department of Parks and Wildlife (DPaW) with care sheets (Choosing your pet) provided by the Western Australian Society of Amateur Herpetologists (WASAH) to promote quality care for reptiles and frogs.
Please see the Approved Reptile Keeping List 2016 (below) to find out which reptiles you are allowed to keep as pets.
Customers wishing to keep snakes as pets, should familiarize themselves with the hygiene and quarantine protocols from the NSW Department of Environment and Heritage document "Hygiene protocol for the control of disease in captive snakes". In order to meet conservation standards and objectives, wild sourced specimens of the python species added to the list in September 2013 being the Pygmy python, Water python, Northwest carpet python and Rough-scaled python are subject to an export ban, which is to be reviewed five years from that date. The purpose of the export ban is aimed at ensuring that reasonable numbers of these animals are available to meet WA pet herpetofauna keeping demands and that the benefits from wild harvesting of these species are received by WA pet herpetofauna keepers.
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Also see the following Conservation Regulations and Amendments: