Flood affected roads in the Shoalhaven.
What we are doing to help keep our community safe and informed.
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Council is a public land manager and acts to protect and preserve our natural environment, including the flora (plants) and fauna (animals), and their habitats in the Shoalhaven.
Feral pest animals can threaten native animals and plants, impact livestock production and damage the environment.
Some feral pests across the Shoalhaven region are:
You can help protect our natural environment by reporting feral pests.
Foxes are not a declared pest, and hence landowners do not have any legal responsibility for controlling foxes on their land.
Council is involved in a range of pest management programs and activities.
These programs and activities help to better manage Council reserves as well as to protect the biological assets and biodiversity of the Shoalhaven environment and landscape.
You can report feral pest activity through the Feral Scan website.
FeralScan is hosted by the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) and supports regional Natural Resource Management (NRM) groups, local Councils, and landholders.
Reports close to endangered species sites are especially valuable and will be followed up during key time periods.
You can also report feral pest activity to Council:
Last updated on 17 March 2020
Nowra City Administration Centre36 Bridge Rd, Nowra NSW 2541
Ulladulla Branch Office14 Deering St, Ulladulla NSW 2539
Shoalhaven City Council acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land in which we live and work and their continuing cultural connections to land and community. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging for they hold the memories, culture, traditions and hopes of the future.