Pet Quarantine Stations in Australia

Dear PetRelocation,

Where can I find a quarantine location in Brisbane? I am looking all over and all I find is the Department of Agriculture site. Is that the quarantine facility?

Thanks,

Rick

 

Hi Rick,

Thank you for your question. The Department of Agriculture site is a great place to start -- there you'll see that when moving pets to Australia, there is now one single quarantine facility for arriving dogs and cats and it's located in Melbourne.

The Post Entry Quarantine Facility in Mickleham, Victoria opened in 2015 and it's one of the nicest animal quarantine facilities in the world. In addition to learning about fees and procedures for Mickleham, it's also important to review the overall pet import requirements for Australia as you prepare for your trip.

Please let us know if you have more questions about your upcoming move. We've helped many dogs and cats relocate to Australia (including two rescue Boxers, Bella and Thorne) and you're welcome to fill out our online consultation form if you think you'd like some similar assistance.

Thanks again for getting in touch with us, and good luck with all your future pet travels!


Pet Travel Question Details:

Name: Rick
Number of Pets: 6
Pet Type: Dogs
Pet Breed: Lab mixes and Shepard mix
From: Louisville, KY, USA
To: Brisbane, Australia

Contact PetRelocation for help with moving your dogs or cats to Australia! 

 

Editor's Note: This post was originally published in February 2014 and has been updated with new information.

Author:

PetRelocation Team

Topic:

Air Travel, Ask the Experts, Quarantine

Pet:

Dogs

Country:

United States, Australia

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By Ansuman on March 16, 2017 at 7:46 am

Hi, I have a Alexandrine Parrot, about one year old. Can I take him along with me to Australia? I referred the Australlian agriculture website, but couldn't find the species mentioned anywhere. Would appreciate any help on this. Thanks,
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