Protecting our national parks from pests and weeds
Weeds and pest animals occur in all Australian landscapes, both within and outside national parks. Although the NPWS can contain the impacts of these pests within acceptable limits, their total eradication is not achievable, and the need for management will continue into the future.
Protecting our national parks from pests and weeds examines the performance of the NPWS in managing pest and weeds within NSW parks, provides case studies that outline successful approaches and outlines future directions for pest and weed management within NSW parks.
Documents to download
- Protecting our national parks from pests and weeds (PDF - 1.8 MB)
Page last updated: 27 August 2012