The owner of an air conditioned gator enclosures in Melbourne has been issued with a GAA licence.
The owners licence is valid until May 30, 2019.
The licence was issued by the Commissioner of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries on behalf of the State Government.
Key points:The owner of the enclosure was given a GAC licence on April 6, 2019, and will be able to operate it from the end of June 2019 The enclosure has an air-conditioning system, which is used for all the gators in the enclosure, including the male ones.
It is the first gator facility in Victoria to be approved for the use of air conditioning.
The facility will allow the enclosure to run on a 24-hour cycle.
This is the latest in a series of approvals that has seen gators, including male gators and male baby gators are now permitted to be kept indoors.
A similar licence was granted in June for the operation of a similar enclosure in the western suburbs of Melbourne.
The GAA said the GAC facility was located in a suburban community and it was not appropriate for the residents to have access to the facility.
“The residents will be responsible for the cost of maintaining the enclosure,” it said in a statement.
The Victorian Government has said it will not interfere with the owners licence or the owners ability to operate the enclosure.
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