District Council of Yankalilla
South Australia
Yakka
Sea Dragon
Southern Fleurieu Peninsula - South Australia
Yankalilla
Adelaide

Agriculture and Primary Production

The Yankalilla district has traditionally been used for dairy farming, commercial forestry, pasture improvement and livestock grazing. In recent years there has been a focus on other forms of primary production such as vineyards at Myponga and Normanville, seed cleaning operations at Wattle Flat, land based aquaculture and commercial forest plantations. Agriculture
Agricultural Groups

Agricultural Bureau of South Australia

(08) 8226 0351

Peter Filsell

(08) 8598 0223

Yankalilla, Myponga & Rapid Bay Agricultural and Horticultural Society (Emanda Fretwell)

(08) 8558 2835

South Australian Farmers Federation - Yankalilla (08) 8598 0223

Fleurieu Lamb Group (Peter Filsell)

(08) 8598 0223

Herd Improvement Services of SA Co-op Ltd. 

(08) 8558 2277

Mount Compass Jersey Cattle Club (Rhonda Watkins)

(08) 8556 0202

Adelaide & Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resources Management Board

The Fleurieu Animal and Plant Control Board area covers all land within the boundaries of the City of Onkaparinga, City of Victor Harbor, District Council of Yankalilla and Alexandrina Council.

Address: 5 Aldinga Road, Willunga SA 5172

Telephone: (08) 8550 3400

Fax: (08) 8550 3401

Email: mailto:secretary@fapcb.com.au

Postal address: PO Box 781, Willunga 5172

Services

  • Animal and plant control advice and information on control programs and chemical rates
  • Advice on spray contracting services
  • Administration of the Animal Plant Control Act
  • Plant identification service

The activities of the Board are:

Advisory
The Board's staff provide expertise in integrated pest control techniques and programmes to help reduce the impact and threat of pest animals and plants on agriculture.

Roadside Weed Control
is considered to be a HIGH PRIORITY by the Board and is in fact a key responsibility conferred under the provisions of the Animal and Plant Act, 1986.

When the Board incurs expense in controlling proclaimed plants on road reserves, the owner of the land adjoining the road reserve is liable for all costs. Roadside control will be carried out in your rural area. Proclaimed plants on road reserves must be controlled at all times during the year.

If you suspect proclaimed plants are on the road reserve adjoining your property and you wish to undertake your own effective control, you must notify the Board of your intentions on an annual basis to avoid unnecessary cost to you.

Web Links

Dept of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry http://www.daffa.gov.au

National Association of Sustainable Agriculture http://www.nasaa.com.au

Primary Industries and Resources SA http://www.pir.sa.gov.au

Stock Journal http://sj.farmonline.com.au

SA Farmers Federation http://www.saff.com.au/

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