Biosecurity

Biosecurity in the ACT

Managing risks to the economy,environment and the community from pests and diseases.

Current biosecurity alerts

Biosecurity Alert - Tomato Potato Psyllid : Tomato Potato Psyllid.

Pigeon virus alert: Friday 17 February 2017.

Attention rabbit owners: a new strain of calicivirus has been detected in the ACT.

Please report sightings of Bridal creeper canberra.naturemapr.org/

Please report sightings of Mexican Feather grass to canberra.naturemapr.org/.

Please report sightings of Ox-eye Daisy to canberra.naturemapr.org/.

Weeds

Find out more about invasive weeds in the ACT and how you can control them.

Pest Animals

Find out about the animals that pose a biosecurity risk to the ACT.

Animal Biosecurity

Protecting the ACT economy and environment from diseases and pests that affect farm and domestic animals and bee hives.

Plant Biosecurity

Pests and diseases that are a biosecurity risk to plants in the ACT.

Biosecurity Legislation

Legislation that supports the management of biosecurity risks.

The ACT Biosecurity Strategy highlights the importance of biosecurity for the ACT

ACT Biosecurity Strategy

The ACT Biosecurity Strategy highlights the importance of biosecurity for the ACT.

For more information about Australian responses to current outbreaks of animal, plant and marine pests and diseases visit the National pest and disease outbreaks website.