Invasive weeds are among the most serious threats to Australia's natural environment and primary production industries. They displace native species, contribute significantly to land degradation, and reduce farm and forest productivity. Australia spends considerable time and money each year in combating weed problems and protecting ecosystems and primary production on private and public land.
Invasive weeds are among the most serious threats to Australia's natural environment and primary production industries. Weeds have major economic, environmental and social impacts in Australia, causing damage to natural landscapes, agricultural lands, waterways and coastal areas.
EPBC Act documents
- State and territory weed control contacts
- National Weeds Management Facilitator
- Weeds of National Significance Management Coordinators
- Herbaria contact details
Report an Alert Weed
If you suspect an incursion of significant new weeds in your area, you can report it by completing the report a weed form