Our major projects
Supporting our neighbours – public land boundary fencing program
The NSW Government has committed $209 million to help bushfire-affected landholders with the cost of rebuilding boundary fences adjoining public lands.
Private landholders who share a boundary with public land and were impacted by the Northern and Southern fires of late 2019 and early 2020 are eligible to receive up to $5,000 per kilometre to contribute to the replacement of damaged boundary fences.
NSW Wild Dog Fence Extension project
The NSW Government has committed to extending the NSW Border Wild Dog Fence (commonly known as the dog fence) by 742 km which it will fund at a cost of $37.5 million.
The commitment comes following a feasibility study that was commissioned by the Border Fence Maintenance Board and funded by Local Land Services.
The study determined there would be considerable benefits to be had by extending the fence by 420 km in the east adjacent to Mungindi and 322 km in the south to just short of the Murray River. The fence is currently approximately 583 km in length and erected along parts of the NSW/Queensland border and NSW/South Australian border.
Every Bit Counts - Engaging small landholdings
The Every Bit Counts program has been developed to give people with small landholdings access to the best available knowledge, advice and to peer-to-peer support networks for small farms and lifestyle properties.
The program works across the North Coast, Hunter, Greater Sydney and South East Local Land Services regions to create real and long lasting on-ground change.
Local Land Services online customer portal
Local Land Services are committed to putting our customers at the centre of everything we do by connecting with you through consistent, digitally enabled business processes.
From mid-2020 we will be transforming how we interact with our customers with the launch of our online customer portal.