A major area for grazing and broadacre crops, our region is home to horticulture, viticulture and fruit and vegetable producers.
Subsidised interactive training workshops
The Central Tablelands Local Land Services is providing landholders, land managers and rural employees with the opportunity to develop a Property Plan for any property located within the Central Tablelands Local Land Services region. Understanding the strengths and weaknesses of your property and its resources is vital to ensure business and property sustainability.
Farmers having trouble accessing online RAA forms for the drought transport subsidies can get access to the online forms at these Local Land Services Offices
Read the Central Tablelands Regional Weeds Management Plan
The NSW Government has approved changes to licenses to reduce kangaroo numbers. These changes are effective from 8 August 2018. Find out more here.
Support is available for pest and weed control in drought-affected areas through the Local Land Services weed and Pest Animal management drought funding program.
Local Land Services work with land managers and the community to improve primary production within healthy landscapes. The Central Tablelands Local Land Services are currently planning where to prioritise our resources for the next 5 years, and are seeking community, stakeholder and partner input. We would like to invite you to complete this short survey. Your opinion and insight about your local world is really important and valuable to us and can help us tailor projects and programs for your local community.
- Plan ahead and book seed supplies early for 2019
12 November 2018
- Is Canola hay safe to feed to stock?
01 November 2018
- Free trees, service and independent advice at the Australian National Field Days
26 October 2018
Managing and weaning stock for the season ahead
12 November 2018
13 November 2018
Woodland bird ID workshop
14 November 2018