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
We are developing our first Reconciliation Action Plan. Take our survey to help us identify opportunities to work collaboratively towards reconciliation.
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.
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.
Livestock production advice
New biosecurity and animal welfare requirements come in place from 1 October for all Livestock Production Australia-accredited producers.
- Helping landholders understand new biosecurity requirements
16 October 2017
- Richmond River Management 2017-18 project delivery opportunity
29 September 2017
- Beating Bitou in Byron/Tweed
28 September 2017
NSW Landcare & Local Land Services Conference
25 October 2017
Wauchope biosecurity planning workshop
25 October 2017
Kempsey biosecurity planning workshop
27 October 2017