Mid West - Gascoyne

image of snorkelling with a whale shark at Ningaloo Reef in Exmouth 

Original 'Snorkelling with the whale shark' by Julie Edgley CC BY-SA 2.0: Modified by Main Roads

What's happening

1080 baiting is part of an integrated pest management program to protect livestock from death and injury within WA.

The poison baits remain toxic for many months, and are used by pastoralists throughout our state. Signage may not be in the immediate vicinity and can be weather damaged, removed or destroyed.

Please ensure you take caution when stopping along the roadside, rest areas and parking bays and protect your domestic pets from poison baits by keeping them on a lead, close to you and under control at all times.

If poisoning occurs, please seek immediate veterinary assistance.

Useful links

Get in touch 

​Geraldton Office

Eastward Road

Geraldton WA 6531

PO Box 165

Geraldton WA 6531

Phone: 138 138

Direct: (08) 9956 1200

Fax: (08) 9956 1240

Email: enquiries@mainroads.wa.gov.au

Carnarvon Office

470 Robinson Street

Carnarvon WA 6701

PO Box 480

Carnarvon WA 6701

Phone: 138 138

Direct: (08) 9941 0777

Fax: (08) 99410701

Email: enquiries@mainroads.wa.gov.au

To report a fault on our road network, please call 138 138 or complete an online form

Local Road Information

We are responsible for the main road network within WA. Local roads are managed by local government authorities; for information on roadworks and events affecting local roads, please contact the relevant local government authority.


Modified: 29 Jul 2019