7 Things You Should Not Bring Into Australia
The following items are prohibited from entering Australian territory. Passengers arriving at any Australian port of entry bringing the items listed below are advised to drop them at the quarantine bins. Otherwise, they will be confiscated and destroyed by the Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service.
1. Eggs And Egg Products
All whole, dried and powdered egg, and egg products that contain more than 10% egg as an ingredient, such as mayonnaise
2. Dairy Products
All dairy products (unless from a country listed as foot and mouth free).
Whole and dried products that contain more than 10% dairy product as an ingredient.
Infant formula accompanying a child and New Zealand dairy products are allowed
3. Uncanned Meat Products
All animal species – fresh, dried, frozen, cooked, smoked, salted or preserved meat, including salami and sausages
4. Live Animals
All mammals, birds, birds’ eggs, and nests, fish, reptiles, amphibians and insects
5. Live Plants
All potted/bare rooted plants, cuttings, roots, bulbs, corms, rhizomes, stems and other viable plant material
6. Seeds And Nuts
Cereal grains, popping corn, raw nuts, chestnuts, pine cones, birdseed, unidentified seeds, and some commercially packaged seeds and seed ornaments
7. Fresh Fruit Or Vegetables
All fresh and frozen fruit and vegetables