AUSTRALIA & PACIFIC
EUROPE & MIDDLE EAST
Seeds and Plants, flowers can be sent or brought to Australia if they meet the following requirements: (Seeds must be a permitted species, and not otherwise prohibited from being imported into Australia. )
-Seeds arriving through the mail, air courier or passenger baggage will need to be commercially packaged and labelled with the full botanical name (genus and species).
Certain seed species are hosts of khapra beetle and are banned from entry into Australia.
-Seeds must be free of live insects, soil, disease symptoms, non-permitted seeds, other plant material (e.g. leaf, stem material, fruit pulp, pod material), animal material and any other contamination.
-If the seeds require an import permit from the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment, the sender must sight a copy of the import permit to ensure that they can meet the conditions for sending seeds to Australia and include a copy of the permit in the consignment.
-Seeds that do not meet the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment's import requirements will be exported or destroyed at the importer’s expense.