Australian Chief Plant Protection Office
The Australian Chief Plant Protection Officer (ACPPO) is the primary representative of, and advisor to, the Australian Government on all matters relating to Australia’s plant health status and its supporting systems. The ACPPO promotes a shared vision for plant health that protects and enhances Australia’s valuable plant resources and production capacity. This protects the environment, increases plant production efficiencies, reduces plant pest pressures and improves market access for plants and plant products. The ACPPO represents the government on plant health issues of national and international interest. The role provides leadership in the development of national plant health policy and provides high-level advice to senior executives and government.
GPO Box 858 Canberra ACT 2601