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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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Orchids for use as nursery stock

Effective from 24 October 2018
Effective immediately, the following greenhouses have been suspended as approved sources from Taiwan: • Brother Orchid Nursery Co. Ltd (50-AP-006-01) • Sogo by DummenOrange Co. Ltd (70-AP-001-06) The list of approved sources for importing Phalaenops...
Related Cases:   Orchids for use as nursery stock

Seafood (excluding finfish) for human consumption

Effective from 20 July 2018
The Department of Agriculture and Water Resources (the department) has made changes to the import conditions for cooked prawns. What's changed From the 4 June 2018, a random selection of cooked prawn consignments will be subject to a secure-seals i...
Related Cases:   Seafood (excluding finfish) for human consumption

Lumpy Skin Disease Outbreaks

Effective from 13 December 2017
Lumpy skin disease is not present in Australia and the introduction of this disease would have serious economic consequences for the Australian beef and dairy industries. Animals susceptible to lumpy skin disease include cattle and water buffalo. Unti...
Related Cases:   Cattle semen | Animal trophies, articles and handicraft items | Animal fluids and tissues (excluding reproductive material) | Cattle embryos | Dairy

Transition to new government health certificates for dairy (including cheese and butter)

Effective from 25 February 2016
Transition to new government health certificates for dairy (including cheese & butter) for human consumption. The department is currently transitioning towards new government health certificates for dairy, cheese and butter imported from foot and mo...
Related Cases:   Dairy

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