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Weed Biosecurity Property Inspections

Environment & Health / Biosecurity & weed management / Biosecurity

Weed Biosecurity Property Inspections

Fact Sheet

Weed Biosecurity Property Inspections

Bega Valley Shire Council undertakes routine private property inspections throughout the local government area to identify priority weed growth and provide assistance and information to landholders to help them comply with the Biosecurity Act 2015.

Things you need to do on the day of the inspection:

  • Be sure your dogs are securely tied up. This will assist the officer to conduct the inspection safely. The weeds officer will approach a residential building to meet you first.
  • Be sure all gates are unlocked so the officer can gain access
  • Should you need to lock a gate for security reasons you will need to make arrangements prior to the inspection to have the gate unlocked, or the key to be left at an agreed collection point.

For further information please see FAQ below or contact Bega Valley Shire Councils Biosecurity Invasive Species Officer on 02 64992 222 or councils website



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