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The Possum Bait Safe® is a uniquely designed bait station, made specifically to target only possums for effective and efficient pest control.


The bait station allows for safe distributing of toxins, by excluding many birds, rodents, livestock and pets from being able to access the bait within.


New weapon against Otago possums

Read the latest news about how the Bait Safe is helping the Otago Peninsula Biodiversity Group become pest free of possums. 

Check out the news article posted in NZFarmer and on stuff.co.nz by clicking on the link below:

Stuff.co.nz New weapon against Otago Possums

Bruce Kyle, Otago Peninsula Biodiversity Group


The Possum Bait Safe has unique lures that glow extensively at night. Trials show the lures attract a greater number of possums from longer distances, as proven in open farm country as well as in dense undergrowth.

The Possum Bait Safe unit is designed to be
highly durable and weatherproof to help protect the bait within.
 Resulting in a reduction of bait waste, requiring less labour servicing and creating significant cost savings compared to open bait stations. 



Suitable for all users, the Possum Bait Safe is a safe and easy tool to use that can be simply serviced by opening the handle and filling. The units are quick to install and can be transported in packs of large numbers by hand.



The Possum Bait Safe is widely used in New Zealand by Department of Conservation, Regional Councils, pest control contractors, forestry companies, orchards, rural farmers, gardeners, lifestyle owners and community groups.

Are you on the map?

Community groups and individuals across NZ are making             a huge contribution to predator control. Help Predator Free NZ get a handle on the scale of community effort by adding your project to the map! at www.predatorfreenz.org.nz 

We are pleased to support the endeavours by Predator Free New Zealand in partnership with Department of Conservative to remove major threats to our native wildlife and help restore New Zealand’s natural environment for many future generations by becoming pest free by year 2050.

To help contribute to this ambitious goal, we believe it is our duty and responsibility as a society to use the most effective and efficient methods of pest control that protect our native environment, while specifically targeting the predators that have our native wildlife at risk of further extinction.