Weeds of National Significance
An Australian Government Initiative
This species was added in April 2012 and the page will be updated as materials are developed

African boxthorn | alligator weed | asparagus weeds | athel pine | bellyache bush | bitou bush/boneseed | blackberry | bridal creeper | brooms | cabomba | cat's claw creeper | Chilean needle grass | fireweed | gamba grass | gorse | hymenachne | lantana | madeira vine | mesquite | mimosa | opuntioid cacti | Parkinsonia | parthenium weed | pond apple | prickly acacia | rubber vine | sagittaria | salvinia | serrated tussock | silverleaf nightshade | water hyacinth | willows

Department of Primary Industries and Resources of South Australia media release in support of the inclusion of silverleaf nightshade as a weed of national significance. (pdf 101KB)


National Management Guide ,

Management guide

(pdf 1,564 KB)

Funding Priorities

    Under development

National Management Map

Current Distribution Map
(pdf 1,025KB - 2013)

Potential Distribution Map

Monitoring and Evaluation

    Under development

State and Territory Contacts

National Strategy download

National Strategy

(pdf 776 KB)


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