From 1 July 2017, the Biosecurity Act 2015 and its subordinate legislation will commence. Content on this website will transition to reflect these changes.
An Act to provide modern, flexible tools and powers that allow effective, risk-based management of biosecurity in NSW. It will increase efficiency and decrease regulation in responding to biosecurity risks and provides a streamlined statutory framework to protect the NSW economy, environment and community from the negative impact of pests, diseases and weeds.
|Wholly repealed Acts||Partly repealed Acts|
The 10 Acts being wholly repealed when the Biosecurity Act 2015 commences are:
The Acts being partly repealed when the Biosecurity Act 2015 commences are:
The Local Land Services Act 2013 (Part 10 Pests) will remain in place until further notice whilst the Government considers its response to the Natural Resource Commission Report into Pest Animal Management.