Strategies

As the lead coordinating body for plant biosecurity in Australia, PHA’s role is to facilitate and drive the development of strategies and policies that underpin Australia’s plant health system. PHA works with governments and national plant industry organisations to develop and secure commitment to the implementation of these strategies.


National Plant Biosecurity Status Report

The annual National Biosecurity Status Reports have become a must-have reference volume for those seeking to understand Australia’s plant biosecurity system and its performance.
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National Fruit Fly Strategy

PHA facilitated the development of a draft National Fruit Fly Strategy in collaboration with federal, state and territory governments and industry partners in 2006.
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National Plant Biosecurity Strategy

The National Plant Biosecurity Strategy is a comprehensive ten year plan that points the way for governments, plant industries and the community to work closely together to strengthen Australia’s plant biosecurity system.
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National Plant Biosecurity Diagnostic Strategy

The National Plant Biosecurity Diagnostic Strategy provides a vision for the development of a plant biosecurity diagnostic system at the national level that can effectively meet Australia’s plant biosecurity diagnostic requirements.
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National Plant Biosecurity Surveillance Strategy

The National Plant Biosecurity Surveillance Strategy is a sub-strategy of the National Plant Biosecurity Strategy aiming to improve the management and coordination of plant pest surveillance activities in Australia.
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National Citrus Biosecurity Surveillance Strategy 2018-28

The National Citrus Biosecurity Surveillance Strategy 2018-2028 is a framework to coordinate and implement surveillance activities for exotic citrus pests and pests of market access concern.
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National Forest Biosecurity Surveillance Strategy 2018-23

The National Forest Biosecurity Surveillance Strategy 2018–2023 is a framework to coordinate and implement surveillance activities in the forestry sector.
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National Grain Biosecurity Surveillance Strategy 2019-29

The National Grain Biosecurity Surveillance Strategy 2019-29 has been developed in conjunction with industry to ensure it is effective and robust, yet flexible enough to adapt to emerging technologies and industry structures outside that of government, and is underpinned by core biosecurity capacity. The strategy will guide the implementation of national leadership, management and coordination of surveillance activities for high priority grain pests and pests of market access concern for the grain industry.

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