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North Coast Local Land Services

Research to better meet the needs of the community

Natural Resource Management

Sustainable use of our land and water

Advisory Services Reliable professional advice supporting agricultural production and management of natural resources
North Coast Local Land Services

Part of your community

Emergency response Timely coordinated action on pests and diseases and natural disasters like flood, fire and drought
Customer Engagement

Committed to understanding our customers

Biosecurity

Helping you with advice, knowledge and experience in pest animal control

Biosecurity

Working together to protect primary industries, the economy, the environment and our community

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North Coast

Key areas of production in our region are beef cattle, dairy, pork, poultry, soybeans, sugar, tea tree, coffee, aquaculture, and horticulture such as macadamias, blueberries, bananas and potatoes

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Updates

  • Emergency Assistance

    Flood impacted landholders who need help with emergency support for their livestock, emergency fodder, stock water and other materials should contact North Coast Local Land Services on 1300 795 299.

  • Emergency Assistance

    Assistance and information available to flood impacted landholders and primary producers.

  • EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE

    Information on managing pastures following the recent flooding event.

  • Wild dog management

    Our Biosecurity Officers have extensive wild dog knowledge and advice. There are now nearly 200 groups on the North Coast – find out how you can join one or start one today.

  • Resources

    Interested in biosecurity? North Coast Local Land Services offers a range of brochures, posters and fridge magnets.

  • Agricultural Advice

    Residents and landholders who have fruit trees, grape vines, avocados, tomatoes and capsicums and chillies are responsible for the control of Queensland fruit flies on their property.

  • Agricultural Advice

    A permit has been developed for the chemical control of Colombian waxweed (Cuphea carthagenensis) with boom spraying equipment in New South Wales.

  • TSRs

    The NSW Government is seeking the community’s input on the TSR network in NSW to ensure it remains connected, viable and well maintained. Have your say about TSRs in your region.

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