Council’s mosquito management program monitors and treats mosquitoes to keep their numbers as low as possible.
Its success is dependent on environmental factors including favourable tides, wind conditions and rain, and often coincides with treatments occurring in neighbouring local government areas.
Mosquitoes are mostly active in South East Queensland during the warmer months from September to April.
Lodge a request to provide feedback on mosquitoes in your local area, or for more information on Council’s ongoing mosquito management program.
Further information available at QIMR Berghofer - Discover mosquito control website
Types of mosquitoes and management program
South-east Queensland is home to many types of mosquitoes with those that cause the greatest impact for residents being: