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
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.
Interested in biosecurity? North Coast Local Land Services offers a range of brochures, posters and fridge magnets.
Information on the management of an established annual ryegrass pasture.
NAIDOC Week celebrations will be held across Australia from Sunday 2- Sunday 9 July to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
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.
A permit has been developed for the chemical control of Colombian waxweed (Cuphea carthagenensis) with boom spraying equipment in New South Wales.
- Biosecurity planning on the agenda
10 August 2017
- Biosecurity reminder to horse owners
27 July 2017
- New face at Hastings Landcare
25 July 2017
Grafton biosecurity planning workshop
28 August 2017
Wauchope biosecurity planning workshop
29 August 2017
Dorrigo biosecurity planning workshop
31 August 2017