- Last updated:
- 20 Dec 2017
Wild dogs (including dingoes and dingo / domestic hybrids) live in bushland areas across the Sunshine Coast region. Wild dogs are a declared pest due to the impact they have on the grazing industry. Landholders are required to control declared pests on their property.
Assistance for residents
Sunshine Coast Council provides the following services to assist residents to control wild dogs:
- Advice on how to prevent wild dog impacts
- Coordination of baiting programs
- Assistance to set up and operate trapping and monitoring equipment
- Assessment of wild dog activity
Refer to the wild dog control fact sheet.
Please contact council's customer service centre to report sightings, incidents or request assistance with the control of wild dogs on your property or complete the Feral Animals Incident / Sightings Report.
Images courtesy of the Queensland Government's Department of Agriculture and Fisheries.
Canid pest ejector wild dog / fox control service
View a map of the properties participating in the Canid Pest Ejector wild dog / fox control service
Wild dog control
The Department of Agriculture and Fisheries website contains detailed fact sheets on wild dog control options and how to protect livestock
Wild dog ecology
Visit the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries website to learn more about wild dog ecology