Notice – China trade (updated 19 July 2022)
Certification alert – Avian Influenza (updated 12 August 2021)
In February this year, Australia regained its previous animal health status for avian influenza. The Department is currently reviewing affected health certification for avian and ratite products and assessing whether certification can be reinstated. The Department is actively approaching overseas government authorities to request the removal of trade restrictions imposed due to the outbreak.
Exporters should be aware of these considerations.
For current certification and country-specific trade information for Eggs refer to:
Eggs MAA 2021-07 – Nauru, Philippines and Republic of Korea: Updates on HPAI free status and lifting the temporary ban on export of eggs and egg products
- Meat MAA2120* – Updates for trade to Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Tonga and South Africa (issued on 16 April 2021)
- Meat MAA2117* – Updates for trade to Kuwait, Papua New Guinea, Singapore, the United States of America, Vanuatu and Vietnam (issued on 31 March 2021)
For the other commodities affected – that is, Live animals, Meat and Non-prescribed goods – see
login to Meat
Micor (Eggs) details importing country requirements for Australian shell eggs and egg products. Micor (Eggs) provides information on requirements such as sourcing eggs and establishment listing that are considered necessary by importing country to satisfy their public and animal health policies.
Micor (Eggs) also details importing country certification requirements, as well as labelling, product testing, manufacturing processes, and any other conditions that must be met to enable access to a specific overseas market.
All eggs and egg processing establishments must adhere to the requirements of the
Export Control (Eggs and Egg Products) Rules 2021.
For information on how to export from Australia, visit
Exporting from Australia.