Report a pest today!
The information gathered by you helps to strengthen and support Australia’s growers to access and gain new trade markets.
MyPestGuide was developed to encourage everyone (public, industry and government) to report observations of any common, interesting or possibly exotic pests, as well as the absence of pests across Australia.
Get to know the MyPestGuideTM family
Check out the MyPestGuide™ family of FREE support tools built just for you! They are:
a dedicated reporting app - MyPestGuide™ Reporter
- report all kinds of plant pests, diseases, weeds, animals and aquatic organisms
- report weeds by selecting ‘MyWeedWatcher’ from the drop-down list of projects
- three pest identification field guides
- a decision management tool for aphids in crops CropScout
- a decision management tool for spray coverage SnapCard
- an online reporting website for the community.
Together these tools help everyone easily report and map any organism to the department, and receive expert advice in return.
Join the MyPestGuide™ community
A knowledgeable community can get on top of pest problems quickly! So, reduce the cost of eradicating and managing pests long-term. Join in and be a part of the pest reporting community.
Help monitor, manage and keep exotic pests out of Australia.
The MyPestGuide on-line community web page is where the shared reports are mapped and available for the community to learn more about what pests are being reported.
This is to educate the community in pests and encourage everyone to become involved in reporting and defending Australia’s agriculture industry and protecting the natural environment from exotic pests.
Take part in a science activity
The Pantry Blitz is an indoor science activity where participants sign up to receive a free sticky trap and find out what pests are hiding in their kitchen cupboards.
Mini Beasts in My City was part of National Science Week in 2018. Check back next year to see if it's being run again!
The School Challenge begins again in 2019! This new event provides an opportunity for schools to join forces and get their community involved! For further information and to register refer to the webpage.
Who we are
The MyPestGuide Team works with primary industries to safeguard WA's agricultural resources from biological threats and to maintain trade opportunities.
We welcome all comments and suggestions from the user community and gratefully acknowledge the input received to date by all.
Feel free to email us firstname.lastname@example.org or send us a report with your comments included in the text.
Alternatively, call the Pest and Disease Information Service team on (08) 9368 3080.