it seems : as we appear to be a rabies free country your dog should not need a rabies vaccination some others are recommended in the information below only regular quarantine have a read make sure I have it right.
Category 2: Minimum 30 days in Australian quarantine - DAFF
Step 8: General Vaccinations
Between 1 year and 14 days prior to export.
Vaccinations must be valid for the entire quarantine period in Australia. All vaccinations
must have been administered within an AQIS approved country.
Dogs must be vaccinated against distemper, infectious hepatitis, canine parvovirus (parvo), para-influenza and Bordetella bronchiseptica (kennel cough).
Australia has very strict regulations regarding the importing of animals in order to protect against the introduction of diseases which could damage plant and animal life and thus the Australian economy. Application for an Import Permit must be made to the Principle Veterinary Officer (Quarantine) in the relevant State or Territory. Stringent health and certification requirements must be met and each animal must be accompanied by a certificate of inspection by an Official Veterinarian. In most cases the animal will need to be identified by a microchip or tattoo. Both dogs and cats are required to undergo a period of quarantine on arrival in Australia at one of three centres (in Victoria, NSW and Western Australia). Dogs and cats from approved rabies-free countries (including the UK) which meet all other requirements for import are currently quarantined for a period of 30 days.
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Originally Posted by Smudge