The fire ant restricted areas within Yarwun, Callemondah, Targinnie and Curtis Island in the Gladstone region have been removed and restrictions on the movement of fire ant carriers have been lifted. We encourage the Gladstone community to continue to be committed to biosecurity best practices and report any exotic pests to Biosecurity Queensland on 13 25 23.
As of 1 July 2016, fire ant biosecurity zones come into effect and will replace all previous versions of the fire ant restricted area.
South east Queensland
- Fire ant biosecurity zone map (PDF, 3.9MB)
This map shows the biosecurity zones for fire ants within south east Queensland. Check if your suburb is subject to movement restrictions.
- Fire ant biosecurity zones suburbs list
List of suburbs found within the fire ant biosecurity zones.
- Interstate plant quarantine area for South East Queensland (PDF, 2.7MB)
This map shows where restrictions apply in South East Queensland for the interstate movement of fire ant carriers to prevent the spread of fire ants.
Maps are based on data provided with the permission of The State of Queensland - Department of Natural Resources and Mines 2012; The State of Queensland - Department of Agriculture and Fisheries and Pitney Bowes Software 2012. Mapping products created by Spatial Services, BQCC, Oxley.