AHC member websites
- Australian Centre for Disease Preparedness
- Australian Capital Territory
- Northern Territory
- New South Wales
- South Australia
- Western Australia
AHC observer websites
AHC Sub-Committee websites
Animalplan 2022 to 2027: Australia’s National Action Plan for Terrestrial Agricultural Animal Health.
Antimicrobial resistance. Information about how to help reduce the spread of antimicrobial resistance.
AUSVETPLAN manuals. AUSVETPLAN contains the nationally-agreed approach for the response to emergency animal disease (EAD) incidents in Australia.
Consultative Committee on Emergency Animal Diseases (CCEAD). The CCEAD is a coordinating body providing the technical link between industry, the Australian Government, and state and territory governments for decision making during animal health emergencies.
Farm biosecurity. This site provides information about on-farm biosecurity measures, which help prevent both endemic and exotic diseases, pests and weeds from entering and becoming established on farms.
Outbreak website. The outbreak website provides information about national pest and disease outbreaks.
The Animal Welfare Task Group - AWTG. AWTG works on welfare policy and regulatory matters which have national and inter-jurisdictional scope.
Vet Communique. AHC’s newsletter, published after each twice yearly face-to-face meeting.
World Organisation for Animal Health (WOAH) website .The WOAH is the intergovernmental organisation responsible for improving animal health worldwide.
Podcasts and webinars
‘Detect and Protect’ Australian biosecurity podcast. Learn about the different aspects of Australia’s biosecurity system.
Australian biosecurity webinar series. This webinar series covers a range of biosecurity topics, such as Australia’s priority biosecurity risks and how they are being managed, preparedness and response activities, innovation, and collaboration, as well as priorities and challenges for biosecurity.
Livestock Tech Talks. The Livestock Tech Talk series explores South Australia’s red meat and wool sector.