Clearing for bushfire management
Cleaning-up after a bushfire
You can remove fallen woody debris from existing tracks, roads, fire management lines and firebreaks without a permit or notification.
Special clearing exemptions apply if your district has been declared a disaster area.
- Find out about deferring your land rent or instalment if you’ve been impacted by a disaster.
- Find out about repairs to groundwater bores and spears.
- Find out about watercourse works associated with emergencies and disasters.
- Read about grants and other assistance for disaster-impacted Queenslanders.
- Find out about low-interest loans for disaster recovery for rural businesses and primary producers.
In this guide:
- Exempt clearing work for bushfire management
- Using a clearing code for fire management
- Development approvals for bushfire management clearing
- Bushfire management plans and other considerations
- Other laws and permits for bushfire management
- Clearing during bushfire emergencies
- Cleaning-up after a bushfire
- Roadside vegetation management