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The CWBA believes declared pests can be better managed by working together as a community in conjunction with industry and government.

About Us

The CWBA is a recognised biosecurity group (RBGs) and has a key role in assisting landholders to control declared pests in the area of management. This area is currently defined, as Koorda, Perenjori, and Dalwallinu and Morawa which encompasses a full area of 21,901 square kilometres.

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Shires

The designated area of the Central Wheatbelt Biosecurity Association is the Shires of Dalwallinu, Koorda, Morawa and Perenjori. This region is a total of 2,167,744ha. The State Barrier Fence runs along the regions eastern boundary through all four Shires. The key industry in all four Shires is agriculture focusing on grain (wheat, barley, canola and pulses) and sheep production. All shires strive to have a high standard of living, promotes business growth and nurture agriculture in balance with the environment.

Board of Management & Stakeholders

Current Wild Dog Data for CWBA Region

Report Stock Attack or Wild Dog Sighting

To ensure coordinated control across our region, it is important that any stock attacks and wild dog sightings are reported.

Please contact us at:

Russell Macpherson
CWBA Dogger Coordinator
0428 641 067
miljanna.grazing@gmail.com

Or submit your report online:

Select your Shire:

Number of Stock attacked:

Number of Wild Dogs seen:

Other Report Information:

Current Information

DPR Consultation

The opportunity to provide comment (supporting or opposing) on the proposed CWBA Declared Pest Rates will be open until 4 pm Sunday 16 May 2021.

Send your submission to:

Declared Pest Rate

Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development

Postal: PO Box 1231 BUNBURY WA 6231; or

Email: dpr@dpird.wa.gov.au; or

Phone: 1300 374 731; or

Website: complete the online survey at https://www.agric.wa.gov.au/bam/recognised-biosecurity-groups

Take Action Now!

RBGs help landholders, both public and private, to control declared pests. They build awareness, deliver training and information, hire out equipment, provide on-ground resources and other materials needed for pest management.

1080 Community Baiting Program

The CWBA supports 5 Community Bait Racks across the region which make available 1080 Dried Meat Baits to landowners to enable them to implement baiting for Wild Dog and Fox control on their properties all year round.

Keep up to date

Joining our mailing list is a great way to keep up to date with what CWBA is doing. We will send you our e-newsletter and occasional communications regarding biosecurity and pest information, activities or events.