QUARANTINE WA Import Requirements Search

If you know the common or scientific (genus and species) name of the commodity you wish to introduce into Western Australia, search by either of those names by inserting it into the commodity field, then select the relevant format and state of origin. If your search returns no results, use a generic term such as 'plants', 'seed', 'fruit' or 'vegetables' and you will get a result of 'not specifically listed'. The list conditions shown will not necessarily ALL apply to your proposed import, but you should check carefully to determine whether they are relevant.

All organisms must be listed as 'Permitted (s11)' to be allowed entry into Western Australia. If the organism is not listed as 'Permitted (s11)' an application for an Import Permit must be submitted. To check the status of the organism or to apply for an Import Permit check the WA Organism List. Some species may also require an import permit under the Wildlife Conservation Act, please check with the Department of Parks and Wildlife on 08 9219 9000.

 

 

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