Noxious Weeds

Noxious weeds are weedy plant species that are controlled and or managed under state or territory legislation. The legislation prescribes a variety of management options from prohibition of sale and trade to enforced control. The legislation regulations may affect all or part of a jurisdiction. Weed control is the responsibility of individual states and territories including the legislation






































Identification and control of noxious weed and pest with the Shire to an acceptable level.

A complete list of Weeds declared Noxious within the Wakool Shire Council is available for viewing and/or printing by clicking here.

The NSW  Department of Primary Industries also produces a range of factsheets that can be found by clicking here.

Wakool Shire Council will be carrying out routine weed spraying of all Local and Main Road Shoulders throughout the Wakool Shire Council area at various times, for the period from 20th July 2015 through to 20th July 2016.

The immediate area being sprayed will be sign posted whilst the spray unit is in operation/progress.

Landholders with any problems regarding noxious plants or that require further infomation regarding spraying should contact Council’s Noxious Weeds Officer, Mr Stephen Battenally on 0427 513 982 during business hours.

Riverina weeds website