What's new?

This is where we'll announce the most recent changes to our website. If you've visited us before and want to know what's changed, take a look here first.

Australian Interstate Quarantine 24 April 2014: A new edition of the Quarantine Domestic traveller's guide has been published. This compact booklet reflects the information on this website and is handy to have with you as you travel in Australia. It is available at many visitor information centres and other tourism sites, or by calling 1800 084 881. For a downloadable PDF version of the guide, click on the image.  

 

3 January 2014: Please note that changes have been made to some of the requirements or other details for each state/territory.

4 December 2013: Please note that a number of changes have been made to information on the Destination: Queensland page.

6 September 2013: Please note that changes have been made to some of the requirements or other details for each state/territory.

3 January 2013: Please note that changes have been made to information on the Destination: Victoria page regarding Queensland fruit fly management zones.

20 April 2012:  Please note that changes relating to all other states and territories have been made to information on the Destination: South Australia page. These include changes due to the detection of green snail in Victoria, which has caused the conditions of movement of leafy vegetables, fresh herbs, various stock feeds and other plant materials to be changed from 'YES' to 'PCI'.

17 November 2011:  Please note that changes have been made to information on the Destination: Queensland page. Conditions of movement of timber to Queensland from Western Australia have been changed from 'YES' to 'PCI'. The Queensland Phylloxera Exclusion Zone has been added, with changes to related item descriptions.

26 September 2011: Please note that a change has been made to information on the Destination: Victoria page.
The change relates to the movement of stock feed (hay, grains, bird food) from NSW to Victoria.

30 August 2011: Myrtle rust is a serious fungal disease of many plants in the Myrtaceae family. Its spores are easily transported and travellers need to be aware of how to minimise the spread of myrtle rust, as well as regulations about interstate movement of host materials.

30 June 2011: Please note that changes have been made to information on the Destination: Victoria page.
The changes relate to the movement of bare-rooted plants, cut flowers & foliage and house/pot plants from NSW to Victoria.

30 June 2011: Please note that several changes have been made to information on the Destination: New South Wales/ACT page.
The changes relate to sugarcane, lupins, honey/bees, animal categories and agricultural equipment, as well as some contact details.

27 June 2011: Please note that an addition has been made to information on the Destination: South Australia page.
Sweet potato is permitted entry into South Australia from all other states and territories without restriction.

4 September 2009: Please note that a correction has been made to information on the Destination: Victoria page.
Conditions of movement to Victoria of Honeycomb, bees & used beekeeping equipment have been changed from 'YES' to 'PCI' for all states of origin.