Plans & Policies

Management of the insect pest phylloxera in Australia is guided by agreed standard procedures to ensure consistency in minimising the risk of its spread (refer National Phylloxera Management Protocol). Each state has laws to restrict or prohibit the movement of phylloxera risk vectors, and anyone wishing to move any risk products between states MUST comply with the legislation of the destination state (for further information click here).

The wine and grape industries have also determined their current high priority exotic and endemic plant pests as outlined in the Viticulture Industry Biosecurity Plan. Activities undertaken in response to an exotic plant pest or disease are carried out in accordance with the Emergency Plant Pest Response Deed.

Our best practice focus   

Best practice biosecurity requires strategic thinking, careful planning and the development of rules and regulations. For that reason, there are important policies that govern the activities of Vinehealth Australia and others involved in the Australian biosecurity system.

They include the National Phylloxera Management Protocol, the Viticulture Industry Biosecurity Plan and the Emergency Plant Pest Response Deed.

We invite you to explore the PLANS & POLICIES that guide our biosecurity activities.

National Phylloxera Management Protocol

National Phylloxera Management Protocol

Phylloxera Regulations

Phylloxera Regulations

Viticulture Industry Biosecurity Plan

Viticulture Industry Biosecurity Plan

Emergency Plant Pest Response Deed

Emergency Plant Pest Response Deed

Industry Influence

Industry Influence

SA Plant Health Act (2009)

SA Plant Health Act (2009)