Importing miscellaneous

Even products that seem harmless may be potential carriers of pests and diseases that could pose a biosecurity threat to Western Australia. Many entry conditions are applied to things such as agricultural machinery and equipment, used earthmoving equipment and used vehicles. Honey, bees, hives, hive products and equipment are also items that can pose a biosecurity threat to WA. Please see the related articles on this page for further advice on importing into Western Australia from other states and territories of Australia.

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  • The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) fees and charges for biosecurity services come into effect on 1 July each year*.

  • All used agricultural, mining and earth-moving machinery or equipment arriving in Western Australia from other states and territories is inspected by the Department of Primary Industries and Region

  • Under biosecurity legislation, any item that poses a biosecurity risk should be referred to quarantine inspectors for assessment.

  • The Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia's (DAFWA) Quarantine WA service is here to support individuals and businesses as they pursue their activities, while ensuring our borders a

  • The Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia's (DAFWA) Quarantine WA service works hard to prevent the introduction of exotic pests, diseases and weeds found in other states and territ

  • The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development's (DPIRD) Quarantine WA service operates border checkpoints as a first line of defence against incursions of unwanted pests, weeds and

  • White spot is a highly contagious viral infection that affects all crustaceans.