If you have been notified by the Fire Ant Program that our officers require access to your property to conduct treatment or surveillance please let us know if there are any access restrictions such as dogs or locked gates by completing the Property Information Form.
Fire ant treatment season runs from September through to June. To find out what this involves, please visit the Treatment season link below.
Fire ants are one of the world's most invasive species. If they establish permanently in Queensland they will ruin our way of life, and have serious health and environmental impacts. Everyday activities, such as barbecues, picnics and sporting events may no longer be possible in high infestation areas.
Under the Biosecurity Act 2014, everyone, including individuals and organisations has a general biosecurity obligation to take all reasonable steps to ensure they do not spread fire ants. View a map of the fire ant biosecurity zones and learn more about what you need to do to prevent the spread of fire ants.
With your help we have the best chance of ridding Queensland of fire ants. Check your yard and report back to us using our online form or by calling us on 13 25 23.
About fire ants
How to identify fire ants, the impact of these pest ants, fire ant biology, ecology and frequently asked questions.
Working and living in fire ant biosecurity zones
If you work or live in a fire ant biosecurity zone you need to know about restrictions on moving materials that can carry fire ants
Fire ant biosecurity zones suburbs list
See if you live in a suburb that falls within a fire ant biosecurity zones
What is being done to eradicate fire ants including treatment and surveillance activities, and how you can become a volunteer.
Forms and notifications
Report fire ants, yard check report, property information form and biosecurity instrument permit request
Treatment Season 2017-18
For the latest information on this year’s treatment season and the suburbs we’ll be visiting,
Training and education about fire ants
What you can do to help us stop the spread of fire ants, including checking your yard and reporting any suspected sightings