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Tasmania has some of the world's most stringent quarantine regulations. Strict quarantine requirements are in place to protect the State's environment and primary industries from introduced pests and diseases - from both overseas and the Australian mainland.
Tasmanian Plant Quarantine Manual
- Importing Animals
Tasmania has placed controls over the importation of animals, disease agents and restricted materials from other States or Territories. These controls...
- Importing Plants
Information about the requirements you must meet in order to import plants, plant products (incl. seeds) or agricultural machinery into Tasmania.
- Search the Tasmanian Biosecurity Import Requirements Database (TBIRD)
Find out about the risks of aquatic pests and diseases. Going fishing in New Zealand? Beware of Didymo a freshwater algae, which can spread quickly.
Phone: 03 6165 3777 (or 1800 084 881 for quarantine service in your state)
Fax: 03 6233 8885
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