Australian Pest Animal Strategy
Many introduced and native animals have established large populations across Australia, becoming pests. These populations can significantly affect agricultural productivity and the environment.
The Australian Pest Animal Strategy was developed in 2007 to help combat pest animals and provide national guidance on pest animal management, which is primarily the responsibility of landholders and state and territory governments.
The Australian Pest Animal Strategy 2017-2027 has been revised to reflect changes in pest animal management and is available for download online