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Rogue Fruit Tree Register
The Rogue Fruit Tree Register allows members of the public to report fruit trees on public land, roadsides, channel banks or reserves.
If you spot a QFF host plant growing on public land take note of its location, type and approximate size and complete a Rogue Fruit Tree Registration Form. This register assists authorities to identify and remove breeding grounds for QFF and is one of the many ways you can do your bit to help protect the region.
Completed Rogue Fruit Tree Registration Forms can be returned in person to the customer service desk of participating Councils or emailed to your Council, to one of the below email addresses. Click here for a copy of the Rogue Fruit Tree Registration Form.

Berrigan Shire
mail@berriganshire.nsw.gov.au
Campaspe Shire
shire@campaspe.vic.gov.au
Greater Shepparton City Council
council@shepparton.vic.gov.au
Moira Shire
info@moira.vic.gov.au
Strathbogie Shire
info@strathbogie.vic.gov.au

Free Urban Fruit Tree Removal Program
The removal of fruit trees should be considered if you are unable to take appropriate measures to control QFF in your garden or have unwanted fruit trees in your residential yard.
The program runs throughout July, August and September and has been extended until the end of November 2017 due to increased demand.
Trees are removed and disposed of by a registered and insured private contractor at no cost to the property owner. Click here for a copy of the Free Urban Fruit Tree Removal Application Form. Completed forms can be returned in person to the customer service desk of participating Councils or emailed to your Council, to one of the following email addresses:

Berrigan Shire
mail@berriganshire.nsw.gov.au

Campaspe Shire
shire@campaspe.vic.gov.au

Greater Shepparton City Council
council@shepparton.vic.gov.au

Moira Shire
info@moira.vic.gov.au

Strathbogie Shire
info@strathbogie.vic.gov.au

Downloadable PDF Forms