Pest animals have significant impacts on Queensland's primary industries, natural ecosystems, and human and animal health.
Biosecurity Queensland is responsible for coordinating the management of pest impacts of introduced mammals, reptiles and amphibians, as well as dingoes, locusts, ants and fish.
A-Z listing of pest animals
An A-Z listing of pest animals in Queensland
Information about the Wild dog barrier fence and Darling-Downs Moreton Rabbit Board Fence
Queensland Dog Offensive Group (QDOG)
Queensland Dog Offensive Group (QDOG) provides advice to the State Government, local governments and industry on wild dog management in Queensland
Pest animal management relies on the coordination of chemical and physical control activities in line with legislation.
- Declared animals
- Non-declared animals
Impacts of pest animals
Impacts of pest animals including economic, environmental and social
- Pest risk assessments
- Marine pests
- Invasive ants
- Pest fish
- Prohibited pets