identify and manage the downstream extent of bellyache bush (readily spread by floating seeds) on the Palmer River
complement the current control program carried out by the Cook Shire’s Cape York Weeds and Feral Animals Program (focused on the infestation source location) by resourcing a control program for the downstream extent
continue to cooperate with project area’s traditional owners, pastoral landholders, miners and kayaking and bushwalking clubs to recruit, inform and train them to participate in the early detection and control of the downstream extent of bellyache bush
employ contractors to carry out eradication programs on identified downstream infestations prior to the wet season, before the plants have set seed
maintain the bellyache bush database reporting protocol for project stakeholders by recording their involvement in identifying and controlling the downstream extent of bellyache bush
limit weed spread in the Mitchell River Catchment through partnerships, public engagement and on-ground works with particular focus on the WONS bellyache bush (BAB) on the Palmer River.