Regional Pest Management Strategy 2012-2017: Far South Coast Region

This document is the pest management strategy for the Far South Coast Region and covers the southeast forest areas of NSW stretching between Batemans Bay in the north, and the Victorian border in the south. The region extends inland to include the southern escarpment and parts of the Southern Tablelands including the major towns of Bombala and Braidwood.

Date
1 August 2013
Publisher
Office of Environment and Heritage
Type
Publication, Pest management strategy
Status
Final
Cost
Free
Language
English
Tags
  • ISBN 978-1-74293-624-6
  • ID OEH20120373
  • File PDF 1.2MB
  • Pages 74
  • Name regional-pest-management-strategy-far-south-coast-region-120373.pdf

The document outlines those programs which have been prioritised in the region to target pest species that:

  • impact upon threatened species, populations or communities
  • are associated with health and disease risks
  • impact upon economic enterprises.

The strategy promotes a cooperative approach to pest management working with landholders, agencies and other stakeholders for best results. It also lists examples of successful pest management programs including:

  • threatened species management and the threatened shorebird program
  • wild dog control
  • weed control and the sea spurge reduction program.