Wildlife Health Australia (WHA) leads national action to respond to emerging health issues affecting Australia’s wildlife. Today, you can join us, donate to our conservation projects or follow us to protect our unique and precious wildlife.
Wildlife Health Australia aims to link, inform and support people and organisations who work with or have an interest in wildlife health across Australia through technical advice, facilitation, communications and professional support.
The following links are submissions WHA have developed from 2012 onwards.
In most cases, clicking on the title will open a new window to the relevant external website with the background information.
2023 Consultation on exposure draft of legislation | Nature repair market
2022 National Recovery and Resilience Agency | Developing the Second National Action Plan
2022 APVMA Consultation | Anticoagulant rodenticides chemical review
2020 Royal Commission | National Natural Disaster Arrangements (NGT)
2020 Consultation | The import risk review for psittacine birds
2020 Inquiry | The problem of feral and domestic cats in Australia
2020 APVMA Consultation | The use of patterns for anticoagulant rodenticide products
2020 Royal Commission | National Natural Disaster Arrangements
2020 Independent Review | The Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
2019 Consultation | National Biosecurity Environmental Response Agreement (NEBRA) Review
2019 Consultation | Australia's Next Antimicrobial Strategy 2020 and beyond
2019 Consultation | National Environmental Science Program
WHA Submission on request
2018 Inquiry | Australia's faunal extinction crisis
2018 | Antimicrobial Resistance Strategy for the Australian Animal Sector
2018 | Australia's Strategy for Nature
2017 | National Biosecurity Environmental Response Agreement (NEBRA) Review
2016 | National Research Infrastructure Capability Issues Paper
2016 | Intergovernmental Agreement on Biosecurity Review
2016 Inquiry | The growing evidence of an emerging tick-borne disease that causes a Lyme like illness in Australian patients
2015 Discussion Paper | Managing Established Pests and Disease of National Significance
2014 Inquiry | Environmental Biosecurity
2014 White Paper | Agricultural Competitiveness
2014 | Cooperative Research Centres Program Review
2014 National Antimicrobial Resistance Strategy
2013 | Foot-and-Mouth Disease Risks relating to Wildlife | Scope, Gap Analysis & Future Priorities
2012 Inquiry | Effectiveness of threatened species and ecological communities' protection in Australia