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Find information on the prevention and management of biosecurity threats.
Anyone entering a property where animals are kept must comply with the property’s biosecurity management plan
Check if you’re registered as a biosecurity entity and update your contact detail
Check out our resources for managing animals in drought
Find out about the fire ant treatment season, which runs from September 2018 to June 2019
Find out about cattle tick management in Queensland
The Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries has implemented movement restrictions from Caloundra to the New South Wales border due to the detection of the virus that causes white spot
If you live or work in a fire ant biosecurity zone, you may need a permit to move material
Keep updated about the new Biosecurity Regulations being developed
Keep updated with current information about Panama outbreak
Name the native.
The year-round flowers of this shrub are great for attracting native birds and insects. Full points only if you say what type it is!...
Thinking of welcoming a new puppy or dog to the family? You can help ensure dogs and puppies are sold responsibly by checking your new dog or pup comes from a registered breeder. Even if someone gives you a dog...
Are you a weed warrior too? 🌿🤺 We love hearing from you if you suspect invasive plants – even if it turns out it isn’t one! One of our six-year-old fans in North Queensland saw this sign along a walking...
Native to Brazil, this weed was introduced to Australia in the early 1900s as an ornamental aquatic plant.
Learn more about water hyacinth and how to control it at https://bit.ly/2Q1UsUU...
Biosecurity Qld Snapshot
Biosecurity: Are you ready?
Localised fire ant eradication program shows promise in the west
For more information on the fire ant program, visit www.daf.qld.gov.au/fireants.
Maree MacMillan from Evanston Station, Ilfracombe, discusses the benefits of wild dog exclusion fencing and being part of a cluster fence with 2 other ...
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