Assessment completed

Thank you for completing the Waterfowl Identification Test

Congratulations, you have completed the Waterfowl Identification Test.

DPI Hunting will forward your test answers to the Game Management Authority Victoria (GMA) for official auditing and marking. 

Your test results can be viewed from your MyGL account.

Please allow at least 10 working days for your marks to be processed and made available on your MyGL account. 

About NSW Game Hunting Licences

Once you’ve received your WIT number, you can apply for a NSW Game Hunting Licence or ‘update’ your current game hunting licence for native game bird hunting.

Existing licence holders
If you already hold a NSW General or Restricted Game Hunting Licence, you need to update your NSW Game Hunting Licence with your WIT number so you can participate in the Native Game Bird Management Program. There is no fee to update your licence for native game bird hunting.

Contact DPI Hunting on 02 6363 7650 or to find out how to have your WIT number added to your licence.

New licence applicants
You can apply for either a NSW General or Restricted Game Hunting Licence to qualify for the Native Game Bird Management Program. See our website for more information on how to apply

Note: You will need to provide a copy of your WIT as a supporting document in your licence application to be endorsed for the NSW Native Game Bird Management Program.

More information

For all Waterfowl Identification Test or Native Game Bird Management Program enquiries, please contact the
DPI Hunting Wildlife Management Support Team on

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