- Information on declared plants including list of declared plants and animals
The actions landholders are required to take to manage declared plants are outlined in the Declared Plant Policies and further described in Regional Landscape Plans and pest plant and animal management plans.
Landowners must report alert weeds found on their property. These are declared plants that pose a serious threat but are not established in South Australia.
Weed identification and best practice methods for control of declared weeds:
The actions landholders are required to take to manage declared animals are outlined in Declared Animal Policies and further described in Regional Landscape Plans and pest plant and animal management plans.
Information about controlling pest animals is also available from regional Landscape Board websites and offices.
Abundant native animals
The control of abundant native animals is regulated by the Department for Environment and Water under the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1972.
See the Licences and permits section.
Special permits and accreditations are required to commercially harvest kangaroos from the wild. For more information click here.
Galahs and Little Corellas are unprotected and can be shot by landowners without a permit.
For more information about controlling abundant native animals, click here.
Chemical Use – link to PIRSA website
For more information about pest plants and animals, go to the Biosecurity SA website or visit your local Regional Landscape Board office or their website:
- Adelaide and Mt Lofty Ranges
- Alinytjara Wilurara
- Eyre Peninsula
- Kangaroo Island – pest plants and pest animals
- Northern and Yorke
- SA Arid Lands
- SA Murray Darling Basin
- South East