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Managing invasive animals on your property
Invasive animals have significant economic, environmental and social impacts. An Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre report found that the direct impact from invasive animals in Australia is more than $740 million a year.
Landholders, including the state government, are responsible for controlling invasive animals on their lands. Under Queensland legislation, pest control notices can be issued.
What impacts do invasive animals have?
Without effective management, pest animals have the potential to adversely affect native wildlife, reduce agricultural productivity and threaten human and animal health.
Learn more about the impacts of invasive animals.
What can I do?
- Check your property regularly
- Control invasive animals with the latest control advice and methods
- Protect your property to reduce pest impacts
- Report any suspect sightings to your local government or Biosecurity Queensland on 13 25 23
- Learn more about wild dog control in Queensland.