Beekeeper Registration

It is vital that every beekeeper across Tasmania is registered as registration is one of our most powerful tools to protect against pests and diseases that threaten our bee population.
Registration of beekeeping activities is compulsory for all Tasmanian commercial and recreational beekeepers. Beekeepers can register or renew their beekeeper registration using
Biosecurity Tasmania’s online system called BeeTAS.

Biosecurity Tasmania has implemented BeeTAS to assist beekeepers with managing their registrations. BeeTAS can be accessed at
The online system allows beekeepers to:

  • register or renew their registration;
  • maintain their apiary site information;
  • record inspection details, record hive purchases, disposals and hive movements; and
  • upload training certification and laboratory results.

Already a registered beekeeper?

If you have registered as a beekeeper in Tasmania since December 2022, your information has been automatically carried across to BeeTAS.

You can log into BeeTAS using the email you provided when you first registered. If you have not re-registered since December 2022, you can
now easily do so with BeeTAS!

Need further assistance?

If you require further assistance with registration, have limited online access or have any other
BeeTAS queries, please contact Biosecurity Tasmania at

For more information on BeeTAS, visit: