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Department of Home Affairs

Australian Border Force. 

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Biosecurity / Quarantine. 

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Australian Taxation Office

GST and imported goods. 

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Australian Industrial Chemicals Introduction Scheme

If you’re importing or manufacturing (introducing) industrial chemicals into Australia – or products that contain industrial chemicals – you’ll most likely need to register your business with us (AICIS). 

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Anti-dumping and Countervailing System

An anti-dumping measure is an additional duty on dumped imports that have injured Australian industry. 

A countervailing measure is an additional duty on subsidised imports that have injured Australian industry. 

These duties are imposed by the Minister on the recommendation of the Commissioner. 

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The Therapeutic Goods Administration

Do you supply and/or manufacture therapeutic goods or want to?

This department monitors and provides information about the regulation of therapeutic goods in Australia, including standards and guidelines for different product types.

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Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna And Flora (CITES)

The Department has primary responsibility for the implementation of Australia’s requirements for international movement of species listed under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES).

These requirements are given effect through the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act).

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The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)

DFAT promotes and protects Australia’s international interests to support our security and prosperity.

This Department works with international partners and other countries to tackle global challenges, increase trade and investment opportunities, protect international rules, keep our region stable and help Australians overseas.

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Ozone Depleting Substances and Synthetic Greenhouse Gases

This Department implements the Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas Management Program to control the manufacture, import, export, use and disposal of ozone depleting substances and synthetic greenhouse gases.

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The Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications

This Department issues import permits for off-road and road vehicles. 

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BICON

BICON houses the Australian Government's Biosecurity import conditions database for more than 20,000 plants, animals, minerals and biological products. It will help you to determine what import conditions exist and if an import permit is required.

MICOR

MICOR sets out the known requirements that exporters and the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment (Department) must meet for products and commodities to be accepted for import into specific overseas countries.

Asbestos Within Imports

Australia is one of the few countries in the Asia/Pacific region that has a comprehensive ban on all six types of asbestos. 

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Resource Files

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Packing Declaration

2021 Packing Declaration.


This new template is mandatory and is required by Quarantine for commercial Seafreight shipments

Asbestos Declaration

Importers and exporters are required to satisfy the Commonwealth that their imports do not contain Asbestos. 

This template is used to assist in that function. Please request your supplier complete accordingly if required. 

OSCL - Container Acceptance of Liability

Agreement to cover any additional container fees from the various shipping line for damage and charges for the late return of container.

Date of Export Declaration

A form required to be completed by your supplier to ensure we are declaring the correct date of export to Customs.


The date of export directly affects the valuation components of the formal customs declaration.