The NSW Biosecurity Strategy 2013-2021 set out the government’s long-term objectives for how we work together to manage biosecurity in NSW.
The Strategy is based on the principle of shared responsibility and has been prepared to increase awareness about biosecurity issues and provide a framework for biosecurity management in NSW.
It highlights why biosecurity is important for NSW and identifies four key goals and a number of outcomes and strategies for implementation to manage risks effectively.
The strategy is underpinned by policies, strategies and implementation and operational plans that provide a detailed road map of how the outcomes of this Strategy are being achieved.
The NSW Government is developing a new biosecurity and food safety strategy to better protect the state’s economy, environment, and community against growing biosecurity and food safety threats; whilst creating opportunities for future growth of the primary industries sector to $30 billion by 2030.
The consultation draft of the Biosecurity and Food Safety Strategy 2022-2030 is available for consideration and feedback until 1 September 2022.
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