Spanning coastal shores and alpine areas, our region is known for its dairy, sheep and beef cattle farming, as well as wines.
The draft South East Local Strategic Plan is now on public exhibition. You can read the plan and provide your feedback by visiting: open.southeast.lls.nsw.gov.au
Comments are welcome until 4 December 2015 on the first draft statewide planning framework for travelling stock reserves. Download the framework and a fact sheet.
Travelling Stock Reserves
South East Local Land Services is seeking expressions of interest for Travelling Stock Reserves grazing permits for use to 30 June 2016.
Feral Fighters program
South East Local Land Services is committed to doing its part in controlling wild dogs and foxes. The South East Local Land Services Feral Fighters program targets wild dogs and foxes at a regional and state scale through strategic coordinated group baiting and control programs.
As part of this program South East Local Land Services will conduct strategic baiting from 26 May 2015 on the following Travelling Stock Reserves:
- R1002172 - Merryville
- R11480 - Warroo
- R2754 - Sutton Creek
- R10022481 - Sugar Loaf
- R10886 - Mullion
South East Circular, our monthly email newsletter, contains up-to-date information about our many services, biosecurity alerts, technical articles, event notices, training and funding opportunities. It also highlights land management partnerships, projects and programs across our region.
South East LLS Open is an on-line engagement hub created for you to provide feedback to us on proposals, plans and projects. We encourage you to participate to help us shape how local services are delivered.
- New weeds committees aim to improve weed management
28 October 2015
- Southern Highlands seasonal update
27 October 2015
- Consultation period on travelling stock reserves extended
27 October 2015
- Land managers urged to take part in survey to improve service delivery
26 October 2015
- Small grants for Tablelands land managers
16 October 2015
- Local Land Services – Have your say
12 October 2015