Weeds, pest animals and ants have significant economic, environmental and social impacts on Queenslanders.
Biosecurity Queensland works closely with local governments, communities and other stakeholders to minimise these impacts.
Weed identification, an A-Z list, environmental impacts, control methods, preventing spread and the Weedbuster program.
A-Z list of pest animals,how to manage pest animals on your property, prohibited pets, pest ants, marine pests and more
Pest management planning
Pest mapping principles, benefits of planning, resources to help you develop a plan and index to plans.
Legislation, policies, guidelines and permits
Legislation, policies and permits for the management of pest animals and plants
Educational resources and careers
Education resources, including weedbuster and pest patrol and career information
Pest animal and weed annual and distribution maps
Invasive plant and animal research
Research to manage Queensland's worst weeds and pest animals and reduce impact on agriculture, environment and community
Some marine species that have been introduced are considered pests.
Biosecurity Queensland are making efforts to eradicate fire ants, electric ants and yellow crazy ants in Queensland.
- Reptile amnesty
Queensland Feral Pest Initiative
The Queensland Feral Pest Initiative is to support wild dog, feral cat and other weed and pest animal management projects.
Feral animal assistance package
The Federal Government has announced a new drought assistance package to manage feral animals.
Fact sheets, pest management plans and assessments, guidelines, brochures and more