Changes to import requirements for cats and dogs.

Changes to import requirements for cats and dogs

Changes are being made to rabies virus requirements for live cats and dogs

Read about the changes

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Support for flood-affected farmers

Find out who can help and how.

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Mozzies are not our mates!

Japanese Encephalitis Virus (JEV) is a serious animal and human disease spread by mosquitoes.

Learn how to protect your animals


Make biosecurity a priority on your property now

Foot-and-mouth disease and lumpy skin disease are two of the world’s most serious animal diseases.

Know the signs & when to act

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Our email addresses are changing

We're updating our email addresses to to reflect our new department's name.

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Agriculture and land

Building stronger and more sustainable agriculture, fisheries, forestry and land care.

Biosecurity and trade

Lowering biosecurity risks to Australia, and assisting industry to accelerate growth towards a $100 billion agricultural sector by 2030.

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Science and research

Understanding research and collecting data to support informed decisions and policies.



Working together to manage Australia's fisheries now and into the future.



Shaping a strong industry focused on sustainable use of our forests.

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We enhance our agricultural industries and trade, and manage the threat of biosecurity risks to Australia.

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News and Media

  • Media release
  • Exports
31 January 2023
Australian exporters will see faster export documentation and easier access into Singapore’s markets, as certification between Australia and Singapore moves towards paperless trading.
  • Media release
  • Biosecurity
19 January 2023
The Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry has announced biosecurity detector dog Qubit as the ‘Top Dog’ of 2022.
  • Media release
  • Biosecurity
16 January 2023
The arrival of the Year of the Rabbit on 22 January is a reminder to be biosecurity aware this Lunar New Year.