Exporting organic and biodynamic products from Australia
We regulate the export of organic products from Australia. This ensures that goods:
- comply with export laws
- meet importing country requirements.
You can find out more in an overview of our regulatory system.
Laws and regulations
Regulation assures our trading partners that our goods are safe to import.
Our export laws define:
- types of regulated goods
- your obligations, if you are involved in exporting regulated goods.
We can help you understand your obligations under Australian export laws.
You are responsible for declaring your organic and biodynamic goods are fit for export.
Follow our step-by-step guide to exporting organic produce.
Make sure you meet all requirements for exporters of organic produce.
Organic certified operators
If you prepare organic and biodynamic goods for export, you must be certified by an approved certifying organisation. This includes:
- storage facilities.
You are responsible for preparing or processing goods in line with Australian export requirements.
Read more about being an organic-certified operator.
Approved certifying organisations
You are responsible for:
- certifying organic and biodynamic operators
- issuing organic produce certificates.
You may also provide advice on export requirements to organic operators and exporters.
Read more about approved certifying organisations.
Online services and systems
Check commodity export requirements in our Manual of Importing Country Requirements (MICoR).
Check our organic export industry notices.
We use these to inform industry of changes to:
- laws and regulations
- market access conditions
- operational requirements.
Fees and charges
All export fees and charges are detailed in our charging guidelines.