NSW Department of Primary Industries - The NSW DPI has an enabling role for vertebrate and invertebrate pest animal management in NSW. Its primary responsibilities are in administering invasive species and biosecurity legislation, policy, training and education.
Environment Protection Authority - The Environment Protection Authority (EPA) regulates the use of all pesticides in NSW, after the point of supply under the Pesticides Act 1999 and its regulations. This involves developing and enforcing pesticide use laws for NSW, such as producing Pesticide Control Orders (PCOs) which stipulate how vertebrate pesticides which are restricted chemical products (RCPs) can be used to reduce exposure and minimise impacts on the environment, non-target plants, non-target animals, people and trade. The EPA also provides information and advice on management of pesticides.
Office of Environment and Heritage - National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) - NPWS is responsible for managing National Parks and Nature Reserves for the protection and conservation of biodiversity in NSW.