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Credit Supply Register

The department is legally required to maintain a public register with information about credit supply.  

The Biodiversity Offsets Scheme Credit Supply Register includes information about all issued credits. It also contains the following information, where a person has elected to provide it:

  • pending credits (that will be created by Biodiversity Stewardship Agreements that are pending approval)  
  • potential credits (that landholders have expressed interest in creating)  
  • equivalent BioBanking credits  
  • contact details of people who are selling these credits.  

If you are a buyer and want to find out what credits are currently or potentially available, or if you are the seller and want to advertise your credits, use the Credit Supply Register.  

For information on how to use it, download the 

To review credits that have been retired (and therefore are not available to purchase), please see the Credit Transactions Register

The department is required by the Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016 (Act) and the Biodiversity Conservation Regulation 2017 (Regulation) to keep public registers in relation to the Biodiversity Offsets Scheme (BOS). The Act and the Regulation require the department to include specific information on the public registers. The information included on the public registers is to facilitate the biodiversity credit market and connect biodiversity credit buyers and sellers. By accessing and downloading data from the public registers, you agree that you will only use this information for purposes relating to the purpose of the registers, the Act or the Regulation.

The Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016 requires the department to include some individuals' names and contact details on public registers on the department's website. If you would prefer that your name and/or contact details are not published on the public registers, please contact the department at [email protected] and include the reasons for your request. Please inform the department if you consider including your name or contact details on the public register will affect your safety or wellbeing.

The department can restrict information from its public registers if it considers it is not in the public interest to disclose the information. The department is also required to not disclose or publish (or if already published, to remove) personal information from a public register if that the department considers placing the information on the register affects the safety or wellbeing of any person – unless the department considers that the public interest in maintaining public access to the information outweighs any individual interest in suppressing the information from the register.

Show your interest in creating credits

You can show your interest to potential buyers by including your information on the register for free.

Email: [email protected].

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