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17th Australasian vertebrate pest conference



The Australasian vertebrate pest conference is a not-for-profit event held every three years to bring together researchers, land managers, students and policy makers dealing with pest animals.

The aim of the conference is to bring people involved in pest animal research and management together from Australasia and elsewhere, to network with other like-minded people, including, but not limited to: researchers and students involved in pest management; State government agencies; federal and international government agencies; local government pest officers and councillors; landowners and managers; natural resource management (NRM) bodies; members of conservation agencies and industry bodies; contractors and community project officers.

The conference program will comprise presentations on control initiatives, innovations in research, management and policy and the latest research outcomes. More information will be provided here as it becomes available.

The conference is hosted by the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre.


Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre
Head Office
Building 22
University of Canberra
University Drive South
Bruce ACT 2617
Ph: (02) 6201 2887
Fax: (02) 6201 2532


Last updated: 16 March 2016
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