Rabbits were first introduced to Australia in the 18th century from the first fleet.
It was hoped they would flourish so the land owners could hunt them like they did in England. By the 1920’s the estimated number of rabbits was over 10 billion.
Shooting, destroying warrens, hunting with ferrets and poisoning are some of the techniques used in the past to reduce the rabbit populations but they are still a problem. They wreck native vegetation and compete with native burrowing animals.
If you have a rabbit problem, give us a call and together we can workout a plan to get rid of them.