Draft Gold Coast Biosecurity Management Plan 2018-23

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This consultation has concluded.

The Gold Coast skyline taken from the hinterland.

The Draft Biosecurity Plan engagement and marketing report is now available.

The Gold Coast is one of Australia’s most biodiverse cities and its world-class natural environment underpins our way of life.

We recognise pest animals and weeds as a significant threat to biodiversity and agricultural productivity and the City of Gold Coast (City) has developed the Draft Gold Coast Biosecurity Management Plan 2018-23 to ensure our city is managing pest species to protect our environment, economy, community and lifestyle.

The draft plan highlights the City's commitment to partnering with the Queensland Government and key stakeholders to help reduce pest impacts.

To have your say view the draft plan and then complete the survey below.

By completing the short survey, you can go in the draw for a chance to win one of five $100 JB Hi-Fi vouchers (terms and conditions apply).

Consultation ran from 10 September to 2 October 2018.

The Draft Biosecurity Plan engagement and marketing report is now available.

The Gold Coast is one of Australia’s most biodiverse cities and its world-class natural environment underpins our way of life.

We recognise pest animals and weeds as a significant threat to biodiversity and agricultural productivity and the City of Gold Coast (City) has developed the Draft Gold Coast Biosecurity Management Plan 2018-23 to ensure our city is managing pest species to protect our environment, economy, community and lifestyle.

The draft plan highlights the City's commitment to partnering with the Queensland Government and key stakeholders to help reduce pest impacts.

To have your say view the draft plan and then complete the survey below.

By completing the short survey, you can go in the draw for a chance to win one of five $100 JB Hi-Fi vouchers (terms and conditions apply).

Consultation ran from 10 September to 2 October 2018.