Local Land Services are changing how pest animals are managed in NSW

March 6, 2018

The NSW Government is taking a regional approach to pest 

animal management through the development of regional 

strategic pest animal management plans.


Major pest animals such as rabbits, carp, pigs, foxes and dogs to 

name a few are estimated to cost the NSW economy 

approximately $170 million annually.


The plans will be developed in consultation with stakeholders 

and the community to ensure strong and responding pest animal 

risk management, that is outcomes focused and based on 

regional priorities.


A regional approach to pest animal management will ensure that 

pest animal management tools, actions and investments are 

catered to the needs and impacts experienced in each region.


The Draft Regional Strategic Pest Animal Management Plan will 

be available  from 8 March at www.lls.nsw.gov.au/pestplan and 

three community information sessions are being held. All 

sessions will commence at 11.00 am and conclude at 1.00 pm


Location:         Kempsey 

Date:               3 March

Venue:            Kempsey RSL


Location:         Coffs Harbour

Date:               14 March

Venue:            CeX Club


Location:         Lismore

Date:               16 March

Venue:            Lismore City Hall




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