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Managing Australia's biosecurity system
The Department of Agriculture manages quarantine controls at our borders. We also provide import and export inspection and certification to help retain Australia's highly favourable animal, plant and human health status and wide access to overseas export markets.
We also work closely with other Australian, state and territory government agencies - such as the Department of Immigration and Border Protection, the Department of Health, Food Standards Australia and New Zealand (FSANZ) and state/territory governments - to support their management of post-border detections and incursions of pests and diseases, and to support our own verification and certification activities for agriculture and food products.
In this section
- Biosecurity Bulletin
- Client Service Charter
- Australian Quarantine a shared responsibility: The Nairn Report
- Managing for Quarantine Effectiveness
- Ernst and Young report: Review of Quarantine Border Security Strategies and Policies
- Subscribe to Biosecurity newsletters
13 Feb 2014