BQCC C&SE

We are working with communities and industry groups in a whole-of-community approach to controlling fire ants. In 2021, our fire ant treatment projects include:

  • educational facilities

  • sport and recreational fields

  • primary producers inside our eradication treatment area

  • waste management facilities

  • communities in Calamvale

  • communities in some parts of the Gold Coast.

  • communities on Tamborine Mountain

You may have been invited or encouraged to take part in one of the above projects. If you are unsure if you are part of a project, or would like to find out if you can join a project, please call 13 25 23 and ask to speak to the ‘self-management team’ or email fireants@daf.qld.gov.au.​

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The National Fire Ant Eradication Program (delivered by Biosecurity Queensland) is collecting your personal information for the purpose of eradicating fire ants. Fire ants are a category 1 restricted matter under the Biosecurity Act 2014. This information will only be accessed by authorised program employees and will not be disclosed to any other parties unless authorised or required by law. View full privacy statement

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