Bidjigal Reserve Trust

ABN: 53 672 450 194

PO BOX 382

Baulkham Hills NSW 1755

Ph: 0401 181 170



A place of rugged natural beauty,

full of hidden treasures;

a time capsule of ancient eco systems, aboriginal shelters,

and colonial history:

Bidjigal Reserve has much to offer us -

for those who walk its tracks every day, to those who enjoy a view of its green expanse while driving by.

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Regional Fox Baiting Program

Please be advised that the regional fox baiting program will be undertaken at local reserves in the Sydney North Region. The aim of the project is to protect native wildlife including threatened species from fox predation.

1080 poison baits will be laid in the following Reserves

Bidjigal Reserve

Managed by The Bidjigal Reserve Trust

Eric Mobbs Reserve and Excelsior Reserve
Managed by The Hills Shire Council

Galaringi Reserve, Lake Parramatta Reserve


Vineyard Creek Reserve

Managed by The City of Parramatta Council

Foxoff® poison baits (containing 1080) is laid during these programs.

No current program is in operation.

The fox control program will involve the use of “Foxoff® Econobait” poison baits that are designed specifically for fox control. Poison baits contain 1080 (sodium monofluoroacetate). Baits will be buried to reduce the risk of non-target poisoning. Warning signs will be displayed to notify the public about the program. It is vital that pet owners take extra precautions to ensure that their pets do not enter these reserves during the dates stated. Penalties up to $1,100 apply under the Local Government Act (1993) Sect 632 (2) (d).

WARNING - 1080 poison is lethal to Cats and Dogs.

Cats and Dogs must not enter baited reserves during declared programs.

It is a condition of use that
Dogs should be on leads at all times they are in the Reserve.

For further information please contact

The Hills Shire Council on 9843 0555