The National Feral Pig Action Plan

On the 27 October, the National Feral Pig Action Plan was endorsed by the National Biosecurity Committee. 

Read the media release by Minister for Agriculture and Northern Australia, the Honourable David Littleproud MP here.

Both the Action Plan and summary document can be downloaded by clicking on each image, or using the download button, below. 

National Feral Pig Action Plan
National Feral Pig Action Plan Summary

Expected Outcomes

Agreed principles and guidelines that inform actions of stakeholders, including landholders, governments, communities, industry and research providers, to support whole-of-population control.

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Economic
Benefits

Agricultural
Benefits

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Environmental
& biodiversity benefits

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Stakeholder Consultation

The National Feral Pig Action Plan is the first national strategy that has been developed to address reducing the impacts caused by feral pigs to Australia’s environmental, agricultural, cultural and social assets through sustained, coordinated and collaborative actions by land managers.

This Plan is the culmination of extensive consultations with the NFPAP’s Steering Group and our stakeholders, including the federal, state and territory, and local governments, multiple agricultural industries, natural resource management, environment and conservation groups, indigenous organisations and land managers around Australia. 

We invited stakeholders to provide feedback on both the draft Plan and its concise summary from 29th January to 26th February 2021. The NFPAP was formally endorsed by the National Biosecurity Committee on the 27th October 2021.

National Stakeholder Survey

Download the survey outcomes below

List of Survey Questions

Full list of survey questions

Survey Results Fact Sheet

Summary of key findings of the survey

Final Report

Complete set of survey outcomes