Cane toads are the public's Feral Enemy Number 1. More Australians place the cane toad in their "top five" ferals than any other species - in fact 9 out of 10 do so. It's a clear winner from the next highest rated feral, the cat, with 7 out of 10 putting that species in their top five.
Opinions vary widely on what to do about the toad. I once spent an hour of my life with a fellow who was deadly serious that a $40 million fence from the Joseph Bonaparte Gulf at the top of Western Australia to the Tanami Desert was the answer. This is some of the most rugged country on earth, so I expressed a fair bit of doubt. What about the fires that burn that part of the world every 18 months? "It would need to be a substantial fence". What about the massive tidal zone up there - it's not that far from the horizontal waterfall with legendary tides, and before being the cane toad, it was the marine toad Bufo marinus? "We'd run the fence 3-500 metres into the sea". What about the wet season when massive floods occur? "Again, it'd have to be a substantial fence". This last answer, given like I had obvious learning difficulties, meant I finally gave up wished him luck.