The GNRBA is the largest biosecurity region in Western Australia, covering an area of 933,814 square kilometres, representing 37% of WA, which is the same size as South Australia and four times the size of Victoria. It has a relatively small population of 45,000 people, mostly resident in Kalgoorlie-Boulder.

Read about the GNRBA's diverse regions

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Read GNRBA's wild dog management plan

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The GNRBA is the designated Recognised Biosecurity Group for the Goldfields Nullarbor region and has been in operation since 2010.

GNRBA has built a strong and credible reputation for identifying and addressing biosecurity issues in the region, and working with all public and private stakeholders to best manage biosecurity matters.

This has included extensive communication and collaboration with

  • pastoralists
  • government representatives
  • indigenous community members
  • local private operators

in an effort to address growing biosecurity challenges.

GNRBA is pleased to have the support of these shires

The GNRBA management committee consists of a wide cross section of the region’s representatives, and employs a Chief Executive Officer.

The committee and CEO work closely with all local groups, operators and individuals to implement the organisation’s Five Year Business Plan and the Wild Dog Management Plan 2020-2024.

Read more under our PROJECTS tab. 

Chief Executive Officer
– Michelle Donaldson –

Executive Assistant
– Amanda Day –

Projects Manager
– Erin Gorter –

Financial Officer
– Ross Wood –

Postal Address PO Box 417 Kalgoorlie WA 6430