• Biosecurity Queensland

    Report sightings of exotic and invasive pests and diseases to limit their spread in Queensland.

  • South Australia

    Early detection is vital to stop weeds becoming established in South Australia.

  • Agriculture Victoria

    By looking out for and reporting State prohibited weeds, you can help protect Victoria from these high-risk invasive plants.

  • Northern Territory Weed Management Branch

    You can report suspected weeds by contacting the Weed Management Branch.

  • Weed Spotters Network Victoria

    Weed Spotters assist the Victorian Government by looking out for and reporting State prohibited weeds. These are a group of high-risk invasive plants that are declared under the Victorian Invasive Plants Classifications.

  • NSW report a weed risk

    You can a report a pest, weed, disease, or other biosecurity concern to help protect NSW’s community, environment and economy by using this simple online form or calling the NSW DPI Biosecurity helpline on 1800 680 244

  • Weed Spotters Network QLD

    The Weed Spotters Network Queensland aims to find, identify and document those new occurrences of potential weeds at an early stage so that preventative actions can be taken. They have an app available to download to report weed occurences.

  • Canberra Nature Map

    The Canberra Nature Map project allows you to report plant (including weeds) and animal sightings in and around the ACT

  • MyPestGuide™ Reporter WA

    MyPestGuide lets you quickly identify pests and report your observations instantly to the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD)

  • Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry

    The Australian Government has an online form you can fill out to report a pest, weed or disease concern or you can also call the Exotic Plant Pest Hotline: 1800 084 881 to report a weed incursion concern.