Management and control of weeds in NSW

Have your say on the draft Regional Strategic Weed Management Plans

Regional Weed Committees, in consultation with Local Land Services staff and Department of Primary Industries have developed new, five-year Regional Strategic Weed Management Plans to focus on managing and controlling weeds across NSW.

These regional plans:

  • identify weeds of state and regional priority
  • state the minimum control requirements to satisfy biosecurity duties established under the NSW Biosecurity Act 2015
  • outline what is required of government agencies, community groups and individual landholders in relation to preventing, eliminating, or minimising the biosecurity risk for priority weed species.

The plans establish priorities for weed management as well as strategies and actions to be implemented based on principles of shared responsibility, sustainable landscapes, collaborative leadership and innovation.

Consultation on Regional Strategic Weed Management Plans across all 11 Local Land Services regions is now open. Your feedback will be taken into consideration as we finalise the plans.

Tell us what you think

We want to hear from you about what's important to you and your community.

You can be a landholder interested in what's going on in your patch, a community member, or someone making a formal submission on behalf of members of a group or organisation – we are seeking feedback from all levels.

To have your say review the content on this page, then navigate to your Regional Strategic Weed Management Plan in the draft regional plans section of this page to view your local plan and participate in the engagement activities.

Have your say on the draft Regional Strategic Weed Management Plans

Regional Weed Committees, in consultation with Local Land Services staff and Department of Primary Industries have developed new, five-year Regional Strategic Weed Management Plans to focus on managing and controlling weeds across NSW.

These regional plans:

  • identify weeds of state and regional priority
  • state the minimum control requirements to satisfy biosecurity duties established under the NSW Biosecurity Act 2015
  • outline what is required of government agencies, community groups and individual landholders in relation to preventing, eliminating, or minimising the biosecurity risk for priority weed species.

The plans establish priorities for weed management as well as strategies and actions to be implemented based on principles of shared responsibility, sustainable landscapes, collaborative leadership and innovation.

Consultation on Regional Strategic Weed Management Plans across all 11 Local Land Services regions is now open. Your feedback will be taken into consideration as we finalise the plans.

Tell us what you think

We want to hear from you about what's important to you and your community.

You can be a landholder interested in what's going on in your patch, a community member, or someone making a formal submission on behalf of members of a group or organisation – we are seeking feedback from all levels.

To have your say review the content on this page, then navigate to your Regional Strategic Weed Management Plan in the draft regional plans section of this page to view your local plan and participate in the engagement activities.