Keeping Oxeye Daisy out of the ACT

Keeping Oxeye Daisy out of the ACT

Oxeye Daisy, a highly invasive weed widespread across NSW, was recently discovered in the Canberra region. Oxeye Daisy aggressively invades remote grasslands, Snow Gum woodlands, Box Gum woodlands, wetlands and agricultural areas.

Thanks to reports made by citizen scientists, ACT Government officers have been able to treat the affected areas and prevent further incursion.

To help us keep this invasive weed out of our nature parks and reserves, please report your sighting to us via either Canberra Nature Map or iNaturalist.

A hand holding an Oxeye Daisy.