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2021-46: Plant Exports – Updates to the department’s website

An Industry Advice Notice (IAN) has been issued to advise industry that the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment is updating its website.

Summary of changes and key points

On 18 October 2021, we will be merging our 3 departmental websites:


All existing content will be moved to

There will be temporary redirects in place so you can still find what you’re looking for.


We are transforming our website as part of a multi-year, user-centred project to improve the user experience.

The first stage of the transformation involves merging the existing and websites into the new site from 18 October 2021.

Temporary redirects will be in place from the old websites to the new site.

Over the next few years, further engagement with website users will ensure the content is easy to use.

Enhanced functionality, the most up-to-date content and a better user experience will be the key outcomes of this transformation project.

Read more about transforming your digital experience.

Industry responsibilities

All website users should update their bookmarks and get familiar with the new navigation and layout of 

You can follow our social media channels to stay up to date with progress on the website transformation.

Contact information

If you have any questions regarding this IAN please email Plant Export Communications.

David Ironside
Assistant Secretary
Plant Export Operations Branch

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