South Burnett Regional Council and Gympie Regional Council in conjunction with the Bio-security Queensland are participating in a coordinated Wild Dog Baiting Program.

Failure to control wild dogs can result in livestock losses, attacks on domestic pets and the loss of native fauna. Landholders have a legislative responsibility to control declared pests on their land and participation in this program is an effective way to help meet this responsibility.


15 SeptĀ  Kilkivan 7.30am – 9.30am Holroid RoadĀ  Mike Webb 54841133

16 Sept Wondai 7.30am – 9.30am Boondooma Tip Kerry Hayes 41692555

17 Sept Wondai 7.30am – 9.30am Melrose Road Kerry Hayes 41692555

17 Sept Murgon 7.30am – 9.30am Murgon Tip Clynton Spencer 41626257

17 Sept Cloyna 12.30pm – 2.30pm “Windera Park” Cnr Murgon – Gayndah Road and Bishops Road Clynton Spencer 41626257

17 Sept Kingaroy 7.30am – 10.30am Kingaroy Waste Depot Cnr of River Road & Hodges Road David Petersen 41626257

17 Sept Kumbia 12.30pm – 3.00pm Crn Alice Creek Road & Bunya Mountain Road David Petersen 41626257

18 Sept Nanango 8.30am – 10.30am Brights Road – Gravel Pit Sarah Saxer 41716800

All participants must register their intention to conduct baiting with their relevant Local Pest Management Officers and note the following:-

  • Landholders must bring their rates notice to the baiting centre.
  • Landholders must give 72 hours notice to all adjoining neighbours prior to laying baits.
  • Baits are not to be laid within 2km of a neighbouring house unless written consent has been granted by the neighbour.
  • The property being baited must be at least 40ha (100 acres) in size.
  • No baits are to be laid within 5km of a town (This distance can be reduced-contact DPI & F Land Protection Officer, Jodie Sippel- Murgon Office)
  • Bait material should be fresh meat, free of bone and fat, cut to pieces weighing 250 grams.
  • An “Authority to Sign” form is required if you intend to pick up baits on behalf of properties owned by different landholders

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