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Alerts & Changes

Alerts and Changes provide information about notices or changes to import conditions. You can keep informed with these notices by following individual import cases.

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Domestic cats

Effective from 7 February 2020
Departmental officers, importers and industry are advised the cases for live dogs and cats have been amended to reflect temporary suspension of dogs and cats from Malaysia. The department will not accept or grant applications for permits to import dog...
Related Cases:   Domestic cats

Assistance dogs

Effective from 7 February 2020
Departmental officers, importers and industry are advised the cases for live dogs and cats have been amended to reflect temporary suspension of dogs and cats from Malaysia. The department will not accept or grant applications for permits to import dog...
Related Cases:   Assistance dogs

Domestic dogs

Effective from 7 February 2020
Departmental officers, importers and industry are advised the cases for live dogs and cats have been amended to reflect temporary suspension of dogs and cats from Malaysia. The department will not accept or grant applications for permits to import dog...
Related Cases:   Domestic dogs

Live dogs and cats from Malaysia February 2020

Effective from 7 February 2020
The importation of live dogs and cats from Malaysia is temporarily suspended. The Australian Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment is unable to determine that the importation of dogs and cats from Malaysia is being managed as per Austr...
Related Cases:   Domestic cats | Domestic dogs | Assistance dogs

Xylella fastidiosa hosts for use as nursery stock

Effective from 5 February 2020
Sechium edule has been moved from the ‘Xylella fastidiosa hosts for use as nursery stock’ case, into the ‘Plant species requiring further assessment’ case. This change is in place to ensure that imports of Sechium edule nursery stock are subject to a ...
Related Cases:   Xylella fastidiosa hosts for use as nursery stock

Plant species requiring further assessment

Effective from 5 February 2020
Sechium edule has been moved from the ‘Xylella fastidiosa hosts for use as nursery stock’ case, into the ‘Plant species requiring further assessment’ case. This change is in place to ensure that imports of Sechium edule nursery stock are subject to a ...
Related Cases:   Plant species requiring further assessment

Processed grain and seed products for human consumption

Effective from 4 February 2020
The case description has been updated to express the need for grains and seeds to be non-viable. In particular, that flakes must be rolled in order to crack any grains. An ingredients list is now compulsory for the “Textured vegetable protein or vegan ...
Related Cases:   Processed grain and seed products for human consumption

Finfish (excluding Salmonid) for human consumption

Effective from 31 January 2020
The Philippines government has suspended the export approval of whole farmed barramundi (Lates calcarifer) from the Philippines. In accordance with this the option to import farmed barramundi has been removed from this case. The following barramundi p...
Related Cases:   Finfish (excluding Salmonid) for human consumption

Deer embryos

Effective from 31 January 2020
The Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment has revised the import conditions for deer embryos and deer semen. - The import conditions for deer embryos and deer semen from permitted countries have changed. - The importation of deer embry...
Related Cases:   Deer embryos

Deer semen

Effective from 31 January 2020
The Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment has revised the import conditions for deer embryos and deer semen. - The import conditions for deer embryos and deer semen from permitted countries have changed. - The importation of deer embry...
Related Cases:   Deer semen

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