No. They are protected species by law.
Flying-foxes are highly mobile and can occur in many areas of Queensland. It would be impractical to try and cull them.
Species found in Queensland are also found in other Australian states and territories, and in countries north of Australia, including Papua New Guinea and Indonesia. Any attempt to reduce flying-fox numbers in Queensland is likely to result in flying-fox groups arriving from other areas to fill the ecological vacancy.
Harming or attempting to harm a flying fox is an offence and penalties apply.