Australian Weeds Strategy 2017 to 2027
The Australian Weeds Strategy provides a national framework for addressing weed issues whilst maintaining the profitability and sustainability of Australia’s primary industries and the reducing the impact of weeds on the environment.
|Australian Weeds Strategy 2017-2027 PDF||48||657 KB|
|Australian Weeds Strategy 2017-2027 DOCX||48||632 KB|
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Twenty four submissions were received in response to the consultation draft of the Australian Weeds Strategy for 2017 to 2027.
The Department of Agriculture and Water Resources and the Invasive Plants and Animal Committee would like to thank those who have provided a submission.
All submissions have been published unless marked ‘in confidence’ or where authors have not authorised publication of their submission on our website.
Published submissions may not meet Australian Government accessibility requirements as they have not been prepared by the department.
Submissions received during the process are listed below.
|Adelaide and Mounty Lofty Ranges Natural Resources Management Board PDF||2||102 KB|
|AgForce Queensland PDF||12||570 KB|
|Alexander Arbuthnot PDF||7||309 KB|
|Cotton Australia PDF||6||697 KB|
|Council of Australasian Weed Societies PDF||5||124 KB|
|Department of Tourism and Culture (Parks and Wildlife Commission, NT) PDF||6||139 KB|
|Henry Detjen PDF||1||358 KB|
|Leila Huebner PDF||4||434 KB|
|Melodie McGeoch PDF||21||1.1 MB|
|Nature Conservation Society of South Australia PDF||3||473 KB|
|North East Catchment Management Authority PDF||7||618 KB|
|Office of Environment and Heritage (NSW) PDF||9||445 KB|
|Peter Douglas PDF||3||105 KB|
|Primary Industries and Regions South Australia PDF||8||3.0 MB|
|Richard Busby PDF||3||141 KB|
|Ten Deserts Initiative PDF||2||378 KB|
|Trevor Armstrong PDF||3||118 KB|
|Victorian Blackberry Taskforce PDF||3||106 KB|