National Carp Control PlanRestoring Native Biodiversity

Carp need to be controlled in Australia – we're working on how.

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May 2017

FAQ

Frequently asked questions in relation to carp control.

July 2017

Research

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July 2017

Consultation

Leading a national conversation on carp and our waterways.

July 2017

Consultation

Leading a national conversation on carp and our waterways.

July 2017

The Carp Problem

Common carp are the worst pest species affecting freshwater ecosystems in south-eastern Australia. Carp completely dominate our freshwater fish communities in southeastern Australia.

July 2017

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News

The latest news on carp control. View all news.

JULY 2017

Research forms part of the NCCP process

“The National Carp Control Plan is a process, not a foregone conclusion,” says Mr Barwick.

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JUNE 2017

New research plan the next nail in coffin for Carp

This plan is the blueprint for how we will answer key questions...

No Quibbling About Carp
APRIL 2017

No Quibbling About Carp

Carp currently make up a huge percentage of the fish biomass throughout the Murray-Darling Basin.

Events

Carp events in Australia.

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MAY
2017
Presentation to the Murray Darling Association Region 3 Meeting
Kerang
27
APR
2017
Presentation to the Board of the Murray Lower Darling Rivers Indigenous Nations (MLDRIN)
Albury
14
APR
2017
The Carp, We Don’t Keepit carp fishing competition
Lake Keepit
31
MAR
2017
Briefing State and Federal Fisheries Ministers meeting
Sydney
27
MAR
2017
Address to the Western Division Councils of NSW Annual Conference
Dareton
25
MAR
2017
SA Carp Frenzy fishing competition
Lake Bonney
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