The Queensland Division has six branches across the state and is involved in a number of initiatives as well as representing the AVA in a variety of forums and before members of state parliament.

  • Brisbane Veterinary Practitioners
  • Central Queensland
  • Darling Downs and South West Queensland
  • North Queensland
  • South East Queensland
  • Sunshine Coast
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Welcome everyone to the second part of the year already - and while it may feel like a countdown we have a number of exciting events for our division in the upcoming months!
A Queensland Veterinarian Significant Disease Investigation Workshop is being held by DAFQ at JCU on 8-9 August 2024.
I hope this update finds everyone well and reinvigorated after the National Conference. I am currently overseas undertaking the last part of my Nuffield Scholarship travel - focusing on biosecurity attitudes and culture within livestock production industries internationally and domestically. As I write this - I have finished up travel in Brazil and the United Kingdom and heading to Indonesia to learn more from international counterparts. I look forward to returning back to sharing these insights.
Two Biosecurity Queensland initiatives were recently announced by Minister for Agricultural Industry Development and Fisheries and Minister for Rural Communities Mark Furner.
If you suspect an emergency animal disease, phone the Emergency Animal Disease Hotline on 1800 675 888, Department of Agriculture and Fisheries call centre on 13 25 23 or BSL on 07 3708 8762.

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