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Farm Check-In is a tool for visitors to help identify potential biosecurity risks and minimise the spread of pests and diseases when entering an agricultural property
Discover what biosecurity is, how it can impact our way of life and how we can all help protect our environment, community and economy from biosecurity baddies.
Queensland Government’s response to the independent inquiry
Take action now—prevent African swine fever
Anyone entering a property where animals are kept must comply with the property’s biosecurity management plan
Report sightings of exotic and invasive pests and diseases using our new online portal.
Herbicide control methods for invasive plants
Treating fire ants in your backyard
Residents, schools, sports clubs, farmers and operators of public spaces can treat their properties using fire ant bait. Find out more by visiting ...
Biosecurity zones and other movement restrictions
Come clean, go clean
Pests and diseases can spread easily and have the potential to threaten our environment and agricultural industries. Under the Biosecurity Act 2014, everyone ...
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