Animal disease surveillance programs
Learn more about animal disease surveillance programs in Queensland.
State and national surveillance programs for transmissible spongiform encephalopathy (TSE).
Find out how your livestock and wildlife disease investigations can be subsidised by the National Significant Disease Investigation Program.
Find out what your obligations are under the Queensland cattle tick surveillance program.
Learn about our program for invasive biosecurity matter and how we monitor biosecurity measures.
Determines the presence and extent of ground moving hopper bands and flying swarms of Australian plague locust, migratory locust and spur-throated locust.
This program applies if you keep 500 or more commercial broiler chickens and you have withdrawn from Newcastle disease vaccination.
Learn about our program to determine the presence of noxious fish in Queensland.
The red imported fire ants surveillance program aims to check for red imported fire ants and minimise the risk of their spread.
Learn how we check for electric ants and monitor compliance with legislative requirements.
The aim of this program is to monitor RBE registration and compliance, and NLIS movement and reporting activities.
Learn about our program to contain and control white spot disease.