May 4, 2022

South Burnett Regional Council, in conjunction with Biosecurity Queensland, is organising another round of wild dog and feral pig baiting in the region.

Baiting stations will be open, by appointment only, for landholders at Wondai, Proston, Nanango, Murgon / Cloyna, Kingaroy / Kumbia and Ironpot between May 16 and May 23.

Council will provide the meat, free of charge.

All participants must register their intention to conduct baiting.

For more information, contact the Natural Resources Management Department on  (07) 4189-9100.

Council also has a range of traps, surveillance cameras, pig baiting stations and weed control equipment available for free hire to assist in the control of feral animals and pest plants.

Officers are also available to assist with trapping and injecting calicivirus to manage rabbit populations.

UPDATE 1: Due to the current weather and flooding, the baiting program has been postponed. The new dates are for the week starting Monday, May 30-June 6.

UPDATE 2: The dates have been changed again: Monday, May 23-May 30.

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One Response to "Council To Distribute Baits"

  1. Sheep do not belong in Australia. The wild dogs, as they are falsely called, are native dingoes which are killed for the sake of profit by greedy, destructive livestock graziers.

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