A number of fruit fly outbreaks have been declared in metropolitan Adelaide by PIRSA, (refer table at end) including some that have overlapping quarantine boundaries. An eradication program has been enacted for each of these outbreaks.
Upon declaration of an outbreak, around each discovery point, a 1.5 km Outbreak Area as well as a further 7.5km Suspension Area for Mediterranean fruit fly (Medfly) or 15km Suspension Area for Queensland fruit fly (Qfly) around each detection site are setup. Collectively the Outbreak Areas and Suspension Areas are known as the “Fruit Fly Affected Areas”.
For more information from PIRSA relating to the metropolitan Adelaide outbreaks, refer here.
To report suspected fruit fly, phone the Fruit Fly Hotline: 1300 666 010.
Vinehealth Australia have paused production of Metro Adelaide Fruit Fly outbreak maps and advising industry of ongoing detections as at 21 April 2021, but will resume this activity later in 2021 in the lead up to the 2022 vintage.
|For the latest PIRSA Market Access map of the Metro Adelaide Fruit Fly Outbreak Area, click here.|
|For the final Metro Adelaide Fruit Fly Outbreak Area map published by Vinehealth Australia on 20 April 2021 for vintage 2021, showing vineyards in relation to the outbreak and suspension areas at the time, click here.|
|Refer here for PIRSA’s address lookup maps and instructions for residents indicating three zones relating to different fruit and vegetable management in and around the fruit fly outbreak areas|
|CURRENT INDUSTRY INFORMATION|
|Restrictions apply to growers and wineries located within the Outbreak and Suspension Areas, and those transiting these areas, regarding the movement of fruit fly host produce. Wineries receiving fruit from the outbreak or suspension areas must also comply with requirements that are in place.|
Refer here for Vinehealth’s Biosecurity Bulletin for Metropolitan Adelaide fruit fly [first issue 10 February 2021].
If you are unsure whether your commercial vineyard or winery is inside the Fruit Fly Affected Areas, contact Vinehealth Australia.
1. Your location relevant to the Fruit Fly Affected Areas is based on the land parcel on which your business (vineyard or winery) is located. If part of your land parcel is inside the Fruit Fly Affected Area, your vineyard or winery is considered to be inside the Area.
2. Applications for ICA-33 and IVCA CA-01 accreditation can be emailed to the PIRSA Market Access team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. For all industry enquiries on the Adelaide metropolitan outbreaks, call PIRSA’s Market Access team on 08 8207 7814.
|OUTBREAK NAME||FLY TYPE||DECLARATION |
|CURRENT QUARANTINE |
|Warradale||Medfly||27 May 2021||22 December 2021|
|Marleston||Medfly||19 February 2021||22 December 2021|
|Ridleyton||Qfly||5 February 2021||1 December 2021|
|Black Forest||Medfly||12 January 2021||22 December 2021|
|Klemzig||Medfly||6 August 2020||22 December 2021|
|Campbelltown||Medfly||7 May 2020||22 December 2021|
|Pooraka||Medfly||6 May 2020||22 December 2021|
|Semaphore Park||Medfly||2 April 2020||22 December 2021|
|Rosewater||Medfly||24 March 2020||22 December 2021|
|Angle Park||Medfly||7 March 2020||22 December 2021|
|Croydon Park||Medfly||26 February 2020||22 December 2021|
|Blair Athol||Medfly||16 December 2019||22 December 2021|