Aiming to increase protection for bathers from shark interactions.
Tips to help reduce your risk of shark attack, the SharkSmart app and common Q&A's.
A one-stop shop for primary producers preparing for and managing drought conditions.
A modern approach to deliver services to landowners
Managing hunter licensing, education, regulation and compliance.
Setting a course for the future.
Innovative solutions for primary industries.
DPI welcomes your feedback on policies, strategies and plans under development.
In The News
Tuesday 9 February 2016
The implementation of a more responsive trade framework in the Murrumbidgee Valley is set to improve transparency and access to information for southern NSW water users, DPI Water announced today.
Tuesday 9 February 2016
With unprecedented growth in the last decade, an expanding NSW nut industry is set to benefit from ongoing research generated by NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI).
Monday 8 February 2016
Local farmers, industry groups and the wider community are being asked to comment on the draft North Coast Fractured and Porous Rock Water Sharing Plan for the area’s hard rock groundwater, DPI Water Rural Water Manager, Lyndal Betterridge, announced today.
Wednesday 10 February 2016
The closing date for submissions on how biosecurity risks are managed under the new Biosecurity Act 2015 looms, as landowners, community and industry are reminded to have their say before the 12 February closing date.
NSW SharkSmart on Twitter
Sign up to NSW SharkSmart to learn more about reducing your risk of shark attack and to receive live tweets of tagged sharks.
Apply now for fishing trust grants
Applications for funding through the NSW Recreational Fishing Trusts are now welcome.
Draft Joint Management Agreement for the Shark Meshing Program now on exhibition
DPI and the Office of Environment and Heritage have reviewed the 2009 Joint Management Agreements for the program and drafted a new agreement, which is now on public exhibition.
Find information on current flood events and what landholders and pet owners should do when preparing for and during floods.
Have your say on biosecurity management in NSW
Have your say as part of consultation surrounding the regulations to support the new Biosecurity Act 2015.
NSW Right to Farm policy
The NSW Government has developed a comprehensive, State-wide approach to deal with the issue of 'right to farm'.