Livestock coming from the Cattle Tick Infected Zone in Queensland may be infected with cattle tick which is a notifiable disease in NSW. Livestock must be inspected and treated for cattle tick by an Authorised Officer and issued with a Biosecurity Certificate before entering NSW.
To ensure the ongoing safety of your animals at these facilities, bookings for inspection and/or treatment is required to reduce waiting times, and to ensure unloading, inspection and treatment is safe for both animals and people.
Contact the border treatment facility on (07) 5536 4714 for further information and to make an appointment for inspection and/or treatment at either the Kirra or Mt Lindesay border crossings. 24 hours notice must be given.
Paperwork for livestock treated within Queensland for transport into NSW or registered racehorses going to an approved race meeting, must be submitted 24 hours in advance either by fax (07) 5536 1290 or email email@example.com
Contact the border treatment facility at on (07) 5536 4714 for all information and to make an appointment for inspection and/or treatment at either the Kirra or Mt Lindesay border crossings. 24 hours notice must be given.
Paperwork for horses treated within Queensland for transport into NSW or exempt racehorses and harness racers must be either faxed to (07) 5536 1290 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: there are cameras monitoring the border between Queensland and NSW. Suspected illegal movements of livestock are investigated and may result in enforcement action.
For more information on moving led and tractable stock into and within NSW, visit:
For information about required documentation, visit:
1 Led and tractable livestock include led cattle, camelids, equines, deer, goats and sheep.