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Smooth newt caught in Melbourne waterway-Photo Ecology Australia

Eradication: Smooth newt

In 2013 Australia’s governments decided they would not attempt to eradicate recently-established smooth newts from Melbourne’s south-eastern waterways.

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A feral deer damaging land on private property in NSW.

Containment: Feral deer

Thanks to the help of our supporters the Invasive Species Council has enjoyed a strong track record of triggering political action on feral deer.

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Feral deer on the march in Tasmania

Tasmania’s Wilderness World Heritage Area is under threat from environmentally destructive feral deer. The Tasmanian Government knows deer are invading this global treasure, and must act.​

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Tim Low on Macquarie Island.

Our Story

The Invasive Species Council was founded by far sighted individuals sick of seeing wave after wave of weeds, feral animals and other pests destroying the natural places they loved.

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Feral Cat

What are invasive species?

Our Work Invasive species include pest animals like feral cats and foxes, introduced marine pests, weeds, diseases, fungi and parasites, as well as insects from

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Superb fairy wren. Photo: Patrick Kavanagh

Leave a lasting legacy

Create a lasting environmental legacy by leaving a Gift in your Will to help us grow and keep Australia safe from the damage invasive species inflict on our incredible natural world.

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Christine Milne, Ambassador

As an ambassador for the Invasive Species Council Christine will help raise the profile of the ecological disasters being driven by invasive species, work for increased funding and national action as well as a more integrated Asia Pacific regional and global response from Australia.

Read More »
The numbat is listed as endangered and under threat from foxes and cats. Photo: Seashalia Gibb | Pixabay

Our Wins

The Invasive Species Council has a proud history of standing up to protect Australia’s incredible natural world from the multiple threats of dangerous pest animals, weeds and diseases.

Read More »
Feral Cat

Our Wins

The Invasive Species Council has a proud history of standing up to protect Australia’s incredible natural world from the multiple threats of dangerous pest animals, weeds and diseases.

Read More »
Tasmanian flora. Photo: John Sampson

Who we are

The Invasive Species Council campaigns for stronger laws, policies and programs to keep Australia’s native plants and animals safe from weeds, feral animals and other invasive species.

Read More »
Smooth newt caught in Melbourne waterway-Photo Ecology Australia

Eradication: Smooth newt

In 2013 Australia’s governments decided they would not attempt to eradicate recently-established smooth newts from Melbourne’s south-eastern waterways.

Read More »
A feral deer damaging land on private property in NSW.

Containment: Feral deer

Thanks to the help of our supporters the Invasive Species Council has enjoyed a strong track record of triggering political action on feral deer.

Read More »

Feral deer on the march in Tasmania

Tasmania’s Wilderness World Heritage Area is under threat from environmentally destructive feral deer. The Tasmanian Government knows deer are invading this global treasure, and must act.​

Read More »
Tim Low on Macquarie Island.

Our Story

The Invasive Species Council was founded by far sighted individuals sick of seeing wave after wave of weeds, feral animals and other pests destroying the natural places they loved.

Read More »
Feral Cat

What are invasive species?

Our Work Invasive species include pest animals like feral cats and foxes, introduced marine pests, weeds, diseases, fungi and parasites, as well as insects from

Read More »
Superb fairy wren. Photo: Patrick Kavanagh

Leave a lasting legacy

Create a lasting environmental legacy by leaving a Gift in your Will to help us grow and keep Australia safe from the damage invasive species inflict on our incredible natural world.

Read More »

Christine Milne, Ambassador

As an ambassador for the Invasive Species Council Christine will help raise the profile of the ecological disasters being driven by invasive species, work for increased funding and national action as well as a more integrated Asia Pacific regional and global response from Australia.

Read More »
The numbat is listed as endangered and under threat from foxes and cats. Photo: Seashalia Gibb | Pixabay

Our Wins

The Invasive Species Council has a proud history of standing up to protect Australia’s incredible natural world from the multiple threats of dangerous pest animals, weeds and diseases.

Read More »
Feral Cat

Our Wins

The Invasive Species Council has a proud history of standing up to protect Australia’s incredible natural world from the multiple threats of dangerous pest animals, weeds and diseases.

Read More »
Tasmanian flora. Photo: John Sampson

Who we are

The Invasive Species Council campaigns for stronger laws, policies and programs to keep Australia’s native plants and animals safe from weeds, feral animals and other invasive species.

Read More »
Smooth newt caught in Melbourne waterway-Photo Ecology Australia

Eradication: Smooth newt

In 2013 Australia’s governments decided they would not attempt to eradicate recently-established smooth newts from Melbourne’s south-eastern waterways.

Read More »
A feral deer damaging land on private property in NSW.

Containment: Feral deer

Thanks to the help of our supporters the Invasive Species Council has enjoyed a strong track record of triggering political action on feral deer.

Read More »

Feral deer on the march in Tasmania

Tasmania’s Wilderness World Heritage Area is under threat from environmentally destructive feral deer. The Tasmanian Government knows deer are invading this global treasure, and must act.​

Read More »
Tim Low on Macquarie Island.

Our Story

The Invasive Species Council was founded by far sighted individuals sick of seeing wave after wave of weeds, feral animals and other pests destroying the natural places they loved.

Read More »
Feral Cat

What are invasive species?

Our Work Invasive species include pest animals like feral cats and foxes, introduced marine pests, weeds, diseases, fungi and parasites, as well as insects from

Read More »
Superb fairy wren. Photo: Patrick Kavanagh

Leave a lasting legacy

Create a lasting environmental legacy by leaving a Gift in your Will to help us grow and keep Australia safe from the damage invasive species inflict on our incredible natural world.

Read More »

Christine Milne, Ambassador

As an ambassador for the Invasive Species Council Christine will help raise the profile of the ecological disasters being driven by invasive species, work for increased funding and national action as well as a more integrated Asia Pacific regional and global response from Australia.

Read More »
The numbat is listed as endangered and under threat from foxes and cats. Photo: Seashalia Gibb | Pixabay

Our Wins

The Invasive Species Council has a proud history of standing up to protect Australia’s incredible natural world from the multiple threats of dangerous pest animals, weeds and diseases.

Read More »
Feral Cat

Our Wins

The Invasive Species Council has a proud history of standing up to protect Australia’s incredible natural world from the multiple threats of dangerous pest animals, weeds and diseases.

Read More »
Tasmanian flora. Photo: John Sampson

Who we are

The Invasive Species Council campaigns for stronger laws, policies and programs to keep Australia’s native plants and animals safe from weeds, feral animals and other invasive species.

Read More »

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