Next-Generation Biocontrol

Symposium to explore the technical opportunities and social implications of next-gen biocontrols for invasive species.

Time for a National Rabbit Action Plan

Foundation for Rabbit-Free Australia is calling for the appointment of a national rabbit management coordinator and the development of a National Action Plan for rabbits. It is part of a policy statement released by the Foundation and circulated to parliamentarians around the country. More secure funding for rabbit control research is another of their priorities, […]

Rabbit-Free Webinar videos

Videos presentations on the environmental and economic impact of rabbits, the latest research on how RHDV is working, and Easter Bilby as an advocate for rabbit control, are now available. The presentations are from a recent webinar co-convened by Rabbit-Free Australia and Centre for Invasive Species Solutions (CISS). The videos are available via CISS and […]

Rabbit funding: Critical gaps

Stop-start, short-term, piecemeal research isn’t going to deliver the comprehensive programs of effort required for success in rabbit control.

Rabbit R&D Webinar – Registration now open

Foundation for Rabbit-Free Australia and the Centre for Invasive Species Solutions (CISS) and  are hosting an on-line Rabbit R&D Update on Monday, March 21, 2022. Themes  for the Update are rabbit bio-control and awareness raising, with emphasis on: Environmental and economic benefits of rabbit control How RHDV is working and implications for RHDV-K5 releases Raising […]

Latest Newsletter

The February 2022 Rabbit-Free Newsletter is now available at the website’s Member’s Lounge. Guests are welcome. Everything from the Annual Report, Gene Drive technology, rabbit ecology and member profiles, to a story about a chef turned rabbit-controller. See Newsletters in the Member’s Lounge.

Rabbit-Free Membership

Its membership time at Rabbit-Free Australia. Join now and help control wild rabbits in Australia.

Easter Bilby time

Easter Bilby champions the cause of Australian plants and animals – reclaiming their place in the Australian environment.