Foundation for Rabbit Free Australia Inc. (RFA)
Rabbit Free Australia is a publicly subscribed fund to support research, raise awareness and encourage on-ground action to eradicate feral rabbits from Australia.
The European wild rabbit is Australia’s worst vertebrate pest, being widespread and destructive to natural environments and primary production.
Rabbits adversely affect over 150 threatened native species, change landscapes, and cause losses of over $200 million a year to agricultural production.
- Rabbit skin coat – life in the 1940s
- Help rabbit control by reporting local activity
- Qld rabbit fanciers risk fines
- Great booklet about new bio-control RHDV1 K5
- RHDV2 and RHDV1 – April 2016 update
- Landline covers the pending release of RHDVK5
- Approval for eventual release of RHDV K5
- Ferrets still have a role in rabbit control
To promote the eradication of wild rabbits from Australia by:
- Supporting research and researchers,
- Raising awareness and understanding, and
- Encouraging on-ground control measures.
Australian landscapes that are free of their most notorious pest – the European wild rabbit.
Productive landscapes which support abundant native wildlife are feasible in Australia. Places like rabbit-free Kangaroo Island, and Macquarie Island once rabbits were eradicated, are examples.
Rabbit Free Australia is committed to rebuilding Australian landscapes. The eradication of feral rabbits is a crucial step to that end.