Plant Health Australia (PHA) has launched a new online course on the fundamentals of plant biosecurity in Australia.
July 22, 2020
The Plant Surveillance Network Australasia-Pacific (PSNAP) is pleased to announce the establishment of the PSNAP Surveillance Residential Program and the first round of applications is open.Details
The Botanic Gardens Biosecurity Network are delivering a series of eight webinars from 20 May to 26 August 2020 to explore plant biosecurity and surveillance in botanic gardens.Details
Due to the current situation with COVID-19, the Annual Surveillance Workshop (ASW) 2020 has been postponed.Details
Five fact sheets and a presentation slide set about plant health surveillance were developed for your use by the Department of Agriculture, through the Agricultural Competitiveness White Paper (ACWP).Details
2020 is the International Year of Plant Health (IYPH) and Australia is making the most of it by promoting how much Australians value plants, and how we can best protect them.Details
The fourth Annual Surveillance Workshop (ASW) will be held 1-2 April 2020 in Melbourne.Details
Any unusual plant pest, disease or weed should be reported.
Reporting hotlines operate in both Australia and New Zealand (numbers shown below).
Pests can also be reported using apps, such as MyPestGuide™ for Australia, that allow you to submit a photo of the pest or symptoms.
Every report is taken seriously and handled confidentially. Management of calls varies in different areas, but to the same end.
Click here for details on what to expect.