For further information about import requirements for moving pigs into WA, see the webpages Importing pigs into WA and the Health certificate for movement of pigs to Western Australia (form LB1)
Health certificate for movement of pigs into WA — form LB1
The Health certificate for movement of pigs to Western Australia (form LB1) contains all entry requirements for pigs entering WA and is used to certify that the pigs meet these requirements. It must accompany each consignment of pigs en route into WA.
Notification of the proposed import must be made by emailing the completed LB1 document to the point of entry a minimum of three working days prior to arrival.
Importing livestock from overseas
Livestock imported from overseas must meet WA requirements as well as those of the Federal Department of Agriculture, Water and Environment.
Stock identification and intrastate movement requirements
Stock entering WA are required to meet identification requirements and may be required to meet other intrastate movement conditions.
After entry into WA, livestock may be required to meet post-border inspection, treatment and testing requirements.
Service fees and charges exist for livestock inspections.
Quarantine WA is responsible for checking all stock imported into WA to ensure they meet the published import conditions.
Quarantine WA actively protects WA's agriculture, environment and lifestyle by conducting inspections for quarantine risk material at entry points for private travellers and commercial clients importing from interstate or overseas.
Exemptions to import requirements
If stock do not meet the published import conditions, entry into WA may be allowed with an import permit. Import permits must be applied for and issued prior to stock movement. They cannot be issued at the border.
See import permit for an application form.
Contacts for livestock imports
For queries regarding import of livestock into WA, see Contacts for livestock imports.