Have your say on the Decade of Biosecurity Implementation Plan
The draft Implementation Plan has been developed over six months based on input from key stakeholders across the biosecurity sectors – agriculture (animals and plants), pest animals, weeds, wildlife, aquatics, human amenity and the environment – via state-based and national workshops.
Decade of Biosecurity workshops set to unite biosecurity sectors
This month will host a series of Decade of Biosecurity workshops across Australia. The workshops seek to consult as broadly as possible with key biosecurity
Biosecurity Collective welcomes National Biosecurity Strategy release
The founding partners of the Biosecurity Collective welcome today’s release of Australia’s first National Biosecurity Strategy, which marks the start of transformative change to the
A word from Costa, our first Ambassador
It’s already been over a month since we all launched the Decade of Biosecurity at the second ever Australian Biosecurity Symposium.
And what an exciting, informative event it was.
I was honoured to be amongst some of the best and brightest minds discussing how we can empower action and work together for transformational change in our biosecurity system.
2022 Australian Biosecurity Symposium Day 2: Connecting the biosecurity dots
After three years, the much-anticipated 2nd Australian Biosecurity Symposium brought over 400 of Australia’s key agricultural, government, research, and community sectors to the Gold Coast
2022 Australian Biosecurity Symposium Day 1: Building a biosecurity mass movement
Following the resounding success of the inaugural Australian Biosecurity Symposium in 2019, over 400 of the country’s leading innovative minds and influential players converged on
Join us at the 2nd Australian Biosecurity Symposium in 2022!
Animal Health Australia, the Invasive Species Council, the Centre for Invasive Species Solutions and Plant Health Australia are excited to host the 2nd Australian Biosecurity
New biosecurity collective ready for action
With the number of pest and disease threats that could enter our country rapidly growing, last week biosecurity champions from across Australia, New Zealand, Canada