The Index of conditions of entry and regulated movement of fruit and vegetables into and within NSW provides a summary of restricted fresh products.
Browse the table for each item to be moved into or within NSW. Different legislative instruments have varying requirements based on their unique circumstances.
Review all listed legislation applying to the state or territory the item is sent from, including movements within NSW.
Always check current legislation and maps for full details on the movement requirements before moving any plant products.
BOPA - Biosecurity Order of Permitted Activities | CO - Control Order | GP - Group Permit |
Green snail (see Note 1) | Med fly - Mediterranean fruit fly (MFF) | PCN - Potato cyst nematode | TPP - Tomato potato psyllid | TR4 - Tropical race 4
Note 1 Users should note that there are also restrictions on the movement of green snail hosts, soil and coverings from the Cobram district of Victoria into NSW. Given the small scale of the detection, these conditions are not listed in the Index however users moving affected items from the Cobram area into NSW should check with Agriculture Victoria for details of the affected area and check the NSW legislation for details of the restrictions in place.
Pest/disease of concern by state or territory
Banana - Musaceae
Barbados cherry, Acerola
Blackberry / Boysenberry
Cape gooseberry -Solanaceae
Capsicum / chilli - Solanaceae
Carrot (with leaves attached)
Cashew / cashew apple
Casimiroa sapota/ White Sapote
Cherry / Cherry, Brazil
Citrus (Oranges, lemons, limes, mandarin, Pummelo,Tangelo, Tangor)
Cumquat / Kumquat
Custard Apple (Annona spp. and Rollinia), Cherimoya, Sugar Apple / Sweetsop / Soursop / Ramphala
Dragon fruit (Pitaya)
Durian / Than lung
Eggplant (Eggfruit, Aubergine) - Solanaceae
Feijoa - Myrtaceae
Fruit Fly Hosts
Garlic - Allium
Grumichama / Brazil Cherry
Jambu / Wax Jambu / Rose Apple / Water Apple
Kiwifruit (Chinese gooseberry)
Leaf vegetables (cabbage, lettuce, cauliflower, broccoli, etc)
Lychee (Litchi, Lichi) - Sapindaceae
Onions (seed & fresh unless peeled & washed)
Orange - Rutaceae
Pawpaw (Papaw, Papaya)
Peach / Peacharine
Pear / Nashi
Pepino (Melon Pear) - Solanaceae
Potatoes - Solanaceae
Star Apple, Carambola, Star Fruit
Tamarillo - Solanaceae
Tomato - Solanaceae
This information has been prepared as a guide only and provides a summary index of NSW movement conditions for the majority of fresh fruit and vegetables. Users of this guide are reminded of the need to check the relevant legislation for full details of these movement conditions and other legislative requirements and prohibitions. Relevant legislation includes the Biosecurity Act 2015 and instruments made under that Act.
Users are also reminded of the need to ensure that information relied upon is current. This can be done by contacting the user’s independent advisor or the appropriate officer of the Department of Primary Industries.