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Qantas to resume international routes from Australia

Australia’s national carrier Qantas will restart flights to some of its most popular destinations in December. The airline will also add new overseas routes early next year as more and more countries open up after the Covid-19 pandemic.

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New Zealand suspends travel bubble with Australia

The New Zealand government has suspended the travel bubble with Australia because of the rising number of Delta Covid-19 outbreaks in the country effective from 11.59 pm on 30 July.

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International pet travel to Australia from a non-approved country

International pet travel to Australia from a non-approved country is a lengthy and complex process. Here’s all you need to know to bring a pet from a non-approved country into Australia.

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Vaccination schedule to bring your dog and cat to Australia

Australia’s strong biosecurity laws require that pets follow a complex process to enter the country. The vaccination schedule is different for pets coming from different country categories.

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All you need to know about the Mickleham quarantine facility in Australia

All pet dogs and cats entering Australia from category II and III countries are required by the Australian Government to spend a minimum of ten days in the Post Entry Quarantine (PEQ) at Melbourne.

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Prohibited dog and cat breeds in Australia

Australia is extremely pet-friendly and is known to have one of the highest rates of pet ownership in the world. Pets are welcome in most public areas including parks, beaches and restaurants. To protect the safety of the public some dog and cat breeds are prohibited in the country.

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Domestic air travel in Australia with your pet

Travelling in Australia with your dog or cat is simple; if you are flying with your pet, you can check your pet in as excess baggage. Customers in Australia will need to enlist a pet relocation agent for domestic travel only if they are not travelling on the same flight as their pet dog or cat.

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Bringing your pet back to Australia from other countries

Australian pet import regulations are known to be amongst the most stringent in the world. If you have travelled out of Australia with your pet, you can bring him or her back only from countries that are approved by the Australian Department of Agriculture and Water Resources.

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Bringing your pet to Australia: All you need to know

Australia is a wonderful country for pets. However, the country has strict biosecurity regulations to protect the local flora and fauna from exotic and introduced diseases. To safeguard the local wildlife, Australia’s pet import regulations are complex and very stringently enforced.

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Understanding pet quarantine in Australia

Australia has strict biosecurity laws in place that are aimed at protecting the local flora and fauna from exotic pests and diseases. If you are planning to move to Australia with your pet cat or dog, you have to fulfil all the biosecurity requirements for your pet to be able to enter the country.

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