Invasive animals of our region
Learn about the invasive animals known to occur in the region.
Priority invasive animals
Learn more about the region's invasive animals identified as priorities in our biosecurity plan.
Invasive animals threatening our borders
Find out which invasive animals we need to be on alert for in our local government area.
Other invasive and pest-like animals
Find out more about other invasive and pest-like species found in our region.
Invasive pest fish
Identify invasive pest fish in our region and find out how to restrict them from our lakes and waterways.
Rabbits are one of Australia's major agricultural and environmental pests. They damage pasture and crops, cause soil erosion and compete with native animals for resources.
Red-eared slider turtle
Red-eared slider turtles out-compete native turtle species—some of which are already threatened. They aggressively compete for food, nesting areas and basking sites.
Feral chital deer
Feral chital deer, like other feral deer, cause a range of impacts on primary production and natural areas.