Urban flying-fox management area map request form

To confirm whether a particular flying-fox roost is inside or outside the urban flying-fox management area (UFFMA), you may generate a localised UFFMA map.

To do this, enter the relevant property details and your email address on the form below. You will receive an UFFMA map via email in Portable Document Format (PDF).

UFFMA maps will be centred on the property entered and will show the property boundary and roads. Areas inside the UFFMA are shaded red, areas outside the UFFMA are not shaded. Maps are best printed in colour at A3 size.

If confirmation of the UFFMA requires mapping of any different scale to that automatically generated, please contact the department at wildlife.management@des.qld.gov.au.

Outside these areas, or for non-council applicants, a flying-fox roost management permit is required.

N.B. Only local councils are authorised as-of-right under the Nature Conservation Act 1992 to manage, including disperse, flying-fox roosts that fall within UFFMAs.

Required fields are marked with an asterisk (*).

  1. Lot on Plan
    1. Enter the lot only, e.g. 1 or 57 or D.
    2. Enter the plan only, e.g. RP2 or AG1234.
    1. Don't know your Lot on Plan?

      Begin typing a street address to look up Lot on Plan.

      You can also search for Lot on Plan in the Queensland address and geocode checker.

  2. Send report to
    1. Email address where the map will be sent.

If you have any problems using this service, please email wildlife.management@des.qld.gov.au.

UFFMAs comprise urban residential and urban commercial zones, derived primarily from local government  planning schemes, with a one-kilometre buffer.


The Department of Environment and Science collects personal information from you, including your email address.

We collect this information to provide the requested maps and reports.

We will only use your information for this purpose. It will otherwise not be used or disclosed unless authorised or required by law. Your personal information will be handled in accordance with the Information Privacy Act 2009.