A Guide to Tasmania's Biosecurity System.
General Biosecurity Duty (GBD) in Tasmania.
Animal Biosecurity in Tasmania.
Plant Biosecurity in Tasmania.
Aquatic Pests and Diseases in Tasmania.
Importing Animals into Tasmania.
Traveller's Guide to Tasmanian Biosecurity - What You Can and Can't Bring into Tasmania.
Farm Biosecurity Website for information to help farmers and landholders understand disease, pest and weed risks, what they can do to reduce those risks, and how to go about it. Farm Biosecurity provides materials to help landholders implement biosecurity measures on their property.
Commonwealth Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment for information about biosecurity in Australia, quarantine, legislation, risk analysis, partnerships, emergency preparedness.
National pests and disease outbreaks website for information about current national outbreaks, response plans, guidelines on how to protect your property, pest and disease information.
Animal Health Australia (AHA) for information about national animal health programs, including disease surveillance and emergency animal disease preparedness.
Australian Veterinary Emergency Plan (AUSVETPLAN) for information about technical response plans that describe the proposed Australian approach to an exotic disease incursion (created and maintained by Animal Health Australia).
Plant Health Australia is the peak national body for plant health in Australia. Plant Health Australia provide information about plant pests, plant health preparedness, and prevention system.
PLANTPLAN for national guidelines covering procedures for emergency plant pest incursions affecting the Australian plant industries (created and maintained by Plant Health Australia).
Australian Aquatic Veterinary Emergency Plan (AQUAVETPLAN) has a series of manuals that outline Australia's approach to national disease preparedness, and response to aquatic animal disease emergencies (created and maintained by The Department of Agriculture and Water Resources)