Using 1080 and PAPP baits in South Australia

Landholders and managers can use the following on on their property:

  • 1080 baits for rabbit, fox and wild dog control.
  • 1080 capsules for Canid Pest Ejectors for wild dog and fox control.
  • PAPP baits for wild dog control.

This is allowed under the Controlled Substances (Poisons) Regulations 2011.

How to get 1080 and PAPP baits for use in South Australia

Contact your regional NRM board for information on how to get, store and use 1080 or PAPP baits on your property.

Landholders and managers are reminded that they will have to sign an Approval to Possess 1080 and PAPP Bait form when they collect baits from their local NRM officer. If the landholder can't collect baits in person, they must nominate a collecting agent and fill out an Approval for Nominated Agent to Collect form (PDF 101.0 KB). The agent must bring this completed form with them to collect the baits.

Notifying neighbours before using poison baits

You must notify all neighbours before using any poison baits on a property.

Neighbour notification letter templates are available for:

All notifications must be recorded on a Neighbour notification record sheet (PDF 370.0 KB or DOCX 22.9 KB) and kept for 2 years.

Using baits safely

The Directions for Use, Label and Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) must always be followed when using baits:

Contacts

Contact your Natural Resource Management Board for information on how to get, store and use 1080 or PAPP baits on your property.

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Page Last Reviewed: 04 Apr 2019
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