Preparing for and adapting to drought
We’re supporting leading research and development and extension activities to improve our understanding of the climate and droughts to assist primary producers become better prepared for future droughts
Information on current drought conditions, future climate, seasonal forecasts and other tools to support farm decision making.
This drought preparation checklist will help you prepare your business for a drought.
A range of strategies and technologies to help manage drought:
Feed for animals is often sourced from by-products of agricultural and horticultural crops and may carry an increased risk of chemical residues and contaminants that could affect food-producing animals.
The Queensland and Australian Governments fund projects aimed at wild dog, cat, feral pig, rabbit and weed management in Queensland.
Supports projects for invasive plant and animal management. Feral animals continue to put significant pressure on agricultural industries during drought conditions.
Information hub to assist land managers, planners and others who need to know more about land use, land management practices and land cover data and information for Australia.
In regional communities across the state, businesses are joining a growing alliance of climate heroes, achieving cost savings with new advances in renewable energy and efficiency.
Find out more about using your water wisely.
Our water restrictions preparation checklist assists landholders to prepare for water restrictions brought on by drought.