Landholders urged to be vigilant as Prickly Acacia takes hold across Rockhampton region

Updated July 4 2022 - 11:35pm, first published February 13 2022 - 8:00pm
 Prickly acacia regrowth in north west Queensland.
Prickly acacia regrowth in north west Queensland.

Landholders are being urged to be vigilant with stopping the spread of Prickly Acacia on their properties, as summer rains cause an influx of the invasive species across Rockhampton Region.

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