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Welcome to Greater Sydney Open

Open is our online link to the community. It complements our face-to-face activities we hold in local towns, at events and in the paddock.

Open is a place for you to find and share information and have conversations with us and each other.

Please register so you can add your comments and ideas, share stories and participate in discussion forums.


  • Have your say on weeds management in Greater Sydney

    18 days ago

    Greater Sydney Local Land Services is encouraging interested individuals and organisations to have their say on the draft Greater Sydney Regional Strategic Weed Management Plan.

    Biosecurity and Emergency Services Manager Graham Wilson said the plan will guide resource allocation and investment and provide a consistent basis for regional planning and delivery.

    “The consultation period is an opportunity for stakeholders, organisations and interested community members to provide feedback on the management of weeds in our region and across the State,” Mr Wilson said.

    “This is an important step in protecting our economy, environment and way of life from... Continue reading

    Greater Sydney Local Land Services is encouraging interested individuals and organisations to have their say on the draft Greater Sydney Regional Strategic Weed Management Plan.

    Biosecurity and Emergency Services Manager Graham Wilson said the plan will guide resource allocation and investment and provide a consistent basis for regional planning and delivery.

    “The consultation period is an opportunity for stakeholders, organisations and interested community members to provide feedback on the management of weeds in our region and across the State,” Mr Wilson said.

    “This is an important step in protecting our economy, environment and way of life from the impacts of weeds in our region and beyond.

    “The plan is available at www.lls.nsw.gov.au/greatersydney and submissions can be made until 8 March.”

    Regional Weed Committees have been established under the Local Land Services Act 2013 and are in operation around the State. Membership includes representatives from major stakeholder groups.

    The draft plan has been developed collaboratively with the Greater Sydney Regional Weed Committee and Local Land Services. The plan contains established strategies and actions to achieve goals that focus on shared responsibility for weed management, sustainable landscapes and collaborative leadership and innovation.