Excess/overgrown vegetation or unsightly allotment

Our local laws require occupiers of land to keep their allotments free from overgrown vegetation and any accumulation of objects and materials. If not maintained, the property becomes unsightly, could...

Biosecurity (pest management)

Our Conservation and Pest Management team provide education and awareness programs, as well as control weeds and feral pests on Council owned land and thoroughfares across our region. The team control...

Pest animals and approved baiting program

Baiting program We assist landowners to keep their land free of pest animals such as wild dogs, foxes and feral pigs by offering a '1080 baiting service' (Sodium Fluoroacetate), which may include man...

Rabbit control

We have been experiencing an increase in the number of rabbits being reported across the region. In all instances property owners are required to make a reasonable effort to remove rabbits from their ...

Biosecurity surveillance program (pest survey program)

The biosecurity surveillance program focuses on invasive biosecurity matter (e.g. wild dogs and weeds) as identified in the Biosecurity Act 2014. The purpose of the program is to monitor complian...

Biosecurity (pest and weeds)

High profile weeds found in the area include: Parthenium Giant rats tail Parramatta grass Honey locust. Infestations of established honey locust trees present in Toowoomba and parts of the Conda...

Biosecurity obligations and restricted matter information

The Biosecurity Act 2014 replaced the Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002 on 1 July 2016 for legislating the management of pest species in Queensland. Under the Act, all pe...