Spanning coastal shores and alpine areas, our region is known for its dairy, sheep and beef cattle farming, as well as wines.
Lodge your annual land and stock return by 31 August to help safeguard biosecurity and ensure market access for NSW producers.
Travelling Stock ReservesGrazing permits
South East Local Land Services is seeking expressions of interest for Travelling Stock Reserves grazing permits for use to 30 June 2016. Further details:Travelling Stock Reserves
Feral Fighters programNotice of intention to 1080 bait wild dogs and foxes
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
The rates you pay to Local Land Services allow your local region to fund the services it provides to landholders and contribute to other important statewide functions.
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. You can subscribe to South East Circular by going to:
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