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African boxthorn
Lycium ferocissimum

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 4
The growth and spread of the plant must be controlled according to the measures specified in a management plan published by local control authority.

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African love grass
Eragrostis curvula

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 4
The growth and spread of the plant must be controlled according to the measures specified in a management plan published by local control authority.

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Alligator Weed
Altemanthera philoxeroides

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 2
The plant must be eradicated from the land and the land must be kept free of the plant.

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Bathurst Burr
Xanthium spp.

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 4
The growth and spread of the plant must be controlled according to the measures specified in a management plan published by local control authority.

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Bitou Bush
Chrysanthemoides monilifera

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 4
The growth and spread of the plant must be controlled according to the measures specified in a management plan published by local control authority.

Leaves mostly smooth on the margin but may be toothed near the tip. Broad ovate leaves with alternate leaf arrangement. Leaves usually less than 7cm in length. Young growth has a fine cotton like 'fluff' about the leaves. Flowers are yellow, daisy like and flower most of the year but the main season is April to June. Berries mature to a purplish black and are around for most of the year. Boneseed has narrower leaves with toothed margins.

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Blackberry
Rubus fruticosus (agg.spp.)

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 4
The growth and spread of the plant must be controlled according to the measures specified in a management plan published by local control authority.

Scrambling vine with stout, thorny branches or canes forming dense thickets 2-3 m high. May be deciduous in winter depending on climate. Enjoys fertile soils and good rain. Can be found mainly in disturbed areas, roadsides, stream banks, farmlands etc. White flowers or pink, 5 petals, summer to autumn. A well-known weed because of its edible berries that ripen from February to March.

Black knapweed
Centaurea nigra

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 1
The plant must be eradicated from the land and the land must be kept free of the plant.

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Bridal Veil Creeper
Asparagus asparagoides syn. Myrsiphyllum asparagoides

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 5
The requirements in the Noxious Weeds Act 1993 for a notifiable weed must be complied with.

Scrambling twining perennial herb. Leaves are alternately arranged, ovate coming to a sharp point, smooth edged and a bright glossy green. Leaf veins are parallel. Small flowers appear in small clusters during August-September. Berries ripen to red and can remain on the plant for months. Bridal creeper likes fertile well drained soils.

Broomrape
Orobanche spp.

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 1
The plant must be eradicated from the land and the land must be kept free of the plant.

Cabomba
Cabomba spp.

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 5
The requirements in the Noxious Weeds Act 1993 for a notifiable weed must be complied with.

Crofton Weed
Ageratina adenophora

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 4
The growth and spread of the plant must be controlled according to the measures specified in a management plan published by local control authority.

Dodder
Cuscuta campestris

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 5
The requirements in the Noxious Weeds Act 1993 for a notifiable weed must be complied with.

Fireweed
Senecio madagascariensis

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 4
The growth and spread of the plant must be controlled according to the measures specified in a management plan published by local control authority.

Giant Parramatta Grass
Sporobolus fertilis syn. Sporobolus indicus var. major

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 3
The plant must be fully and continuously suppressed and destroyed.

Gorse
Ulex europaeus

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 4
The growth and spread of the plant must be controlled according to the measures specified in a management plan published by local control authority.

Green Cestrum
Cestrum parqui

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 3
The plant must be fully and continuously suppressed and destroyed.

Harrisia Cactus
Harrisia spp.

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 4
The growth and spread of the plant must be controlled according to the measures specified in a management plan published by local control authority.

Hawkweed
Hieracium spp.

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 1
The plant must be eradicated from the land and the land must be kept free of the plant.

Horsetail
Equisetum spp.

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 1
The plant must be eradicated from the land and the land must be kept free of the plant.

Karroo Thorn
Acacia karroo

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 1
The plant must be eradicated from the land and the land must be kept free of the plant.

Kochia
Kochia scoparia

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 1
The plant must be eradicated from the land and the land must be kept free of the plant.

Lagarosiphon
Lagarosiphon major

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 1
The plant must be eradicated from the land and the land must be kept free of the plant.

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Lantana
Lantana camara

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 4 and 5
The growth and spread of the plant must be controlled according to the measures specified in a management plan published by local control authority. The requirements in the Noxious Weeds Act 1993 for a notifiable weed must be complied with.

Perennial, erect or scrambling thicket-forming shrub. Much-branched woody stems are brittle and arching sprawling with prickles; can be vine-like and climb high in trees. Leaves are oval shaped with toothed edges, roughly hairy, and with a distinctive odour. Stems hairy prickly, 4-angled or square with hooked prickles when young. Fruits black and fleshy. Flowers are pretty, dense, mixed clusters of pink/red, yellow/orange, pink/orange, on flat-topped clusters. Mostly occurs in coastal areas. Lantana flowers and fruits for most of the year provided there is sufficient moisture.

Mexican Feather Grass
Nassella tenuissima syn Stipa tenuissima

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 1
The plant must be eradicated from the land and the land must be kept free of the plant.

Miconia
Miconia spp.

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 1
The plant must be eradicated from the land and the land must be kept free of the plant.

Mistflower
Ageratina riparia

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 4
The growth and spread of the plant must be controlled according to the measures specified in a management plan published by local control authority.

Nodding Thistle
Carduus nutans

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 4
The growth and spread of the plant must be controlled according to the measures specified in a management plan published by local control authority.

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Pampas Grass
Cortaderia spp.

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 4
The growth and spread of the plant must be controlled according to the measures specified in a management plan published by local control authority.

A very large, long-lived, dense perennial, tussock-forming grass with long flower stalks of white plumes. Leaves develop from base, forming a tussock of dead curled leaves at base. Leaf blades dull green folded at the base arching away from the stem with very sharp edges. The flower plumes like most grasses carry thousands of seeds. Each plant can carry up to 100,000 seeds! Prefers wet areas.

Parthenium weed
Parthenium hysterophorus

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 1
The plant must be eradicated from the land and the land must be kept free of the plant.

Prickly Pears
Opuntia spp.

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 4
The growth and spread of the plant must be controlled according to the measures specified in a management plan published by local control authority.

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Privet broadleaf
Ligustrum lucidum

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 4
The growth and spread of the plant must be controlled according to the measures specified in a management plan published by local control authority.

A large shrub to small tree with dark green semi glossy leaves with a paler underside. Leaves are opposite, oval in shape with entire margins. Stems have conspicuous spots called lenticels. Flowers in summer, with small white clusters at branch tips. Flowers have a distinct smell and cause allergic reactions in some asthma sufferers. Berries mature in winter July to August and are blackish.

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Privet narrowleaf
Liguatrum sinense

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 4
The growth and spread of the plant must be controlled according to the measures specified in a management plan published by local control authority.

Perennial evergreen large shrub to small tree with smooth grey bark and glossy leaves in opposite pairs. Leaves less than 6cm but can be variable with either wavy or straight leaf margins. Oval, pale green. Flowers creamy white, small, in spring dense clusters at branch tips. Berries mature in winter (May to September). Germinates well in shady positions. Privet loves nutrient rich moist sites, such as damp gullies.

Rhus Tree
Toxicodendron succedaneum

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 4
The growth and spread of the plant must be controlled according to the measures specified in a management plan published by local control authority.

Salvinia
Salvinia molesta

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 2
The plant must be eradicated from the land and the land must be kept free of the plant.

Scotch Broom
Cytisus scoparius

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 4
The growth and spread of the plant must be controlled according to the measures specified in a management plan published by local control authority.

Senegal Tea Plant
Gymnocoronis spilanthoides

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 1
The plant must be eradicated from the land and the land must be kept free of the plant.

Serrated Tussock
Nassella trichotoma

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 4
The growth and spread of the plant must be controlled according to the measures specified in a management plan published by local control authority.

Siam Weed
Chromolaena odorata

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 1
The plant must be eradicated from the land and the land must be kept free of the plant.

Spotted knapweed
Centaurea maculosa

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 1
The plant must be eradicated from the land and the land must be kept free of the plant.

St John's Wort
Hypericum perforatum

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 3
The plant must be fully and continuously suppressed and destroyed.

Water hyacinth
Eichhornia crassipes

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 3
The plant must be fully and continuously suppressed and destroyed.

Water Lettuce
Pistia stratiotes

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 1
The plant must be eradicated from the land and the land must be kept free of the plant.

Willows
Salix spp.

NOXIOUS WEED
Class 5
The requirements in the Noxious Weeds Act 1993 for a notifiable weed must be complied with.