Support For Community Feral Animal Control

Project Overview

Are foxes, cats and rabbits having an impact on your bottom line?

They’re also taking out large numbers of native plants and animals across the Wheatbelt – including threatened species such as phascogales, numbats and the matchstick banksia. We have a pest control program available to assist anyone wanting to reduce the effects these pests are having on native species in bushland on, or adjacent to, their property.

Support of up to $2,500 is available.

You can apply quickly and safely online by clicking the button below or you can download the application form in the side bar on the right and email or post back to us.

Pin Your Location And Feral Pest Sightings

  • Healthy Bushlands: Feral Animal Control Application Form

    All applications will be considered on a case by case basis, and where appropriate some projects may receive more than $2,500 in support and/or more than one cage trap

Koora, koora, yeyi, kalyakool Noongar. Moort boodjera-k-ngat djinanginy. Ngulak Ngaank Nidja Budjar.

Long long ago, now and forever Noongar looking after the land.