Membership on the National Fruit Fly Council has been selected to include representatives from industry, state government, research funding bodies, and the Australian Government. The combined experience of members of the Council ensures that the group understands and considers different crop types and fruit fly management systems from across Australia’s horticulture production regions, as well as research capacity, and market access issues.
Council membership has also been selected to ensure that there is direct experience with the in-field management of both Mediterranean fruit fly and Queensland fruit fly.
The National Fruit Fly Council is convened through Plant Health Australia, the national coordinator of the government-industry partnership for plant biosecurity in Australia.
Members of the National Fruit Fly Council
To be advised
General Manager, Research, Marketing and Investments, Hort Innovation
General Manager, Plant Biosecurity and Product Integrity and Chief Plant Health Manager, Biosecurity Queensland
Chief Plant Health Manager, Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment, Tasmania
Chief Plant Health Manager, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Western Australia
Independent consultant, Renmark South Australia
President, Cherry Growers Australia. Cherry grower, Young, NSW
Chair Goulburn Valley QFF Taskforce. Pome and stonefruit grower, Mooroopna, Victoria
Assistant Secretary, Plant Health Policy, Australian Government Department of Agriculture
Director Plant Biosecurity and Product Integrity and Chief Plant Health Manager Department of Primary Industries NSW
Manager, Plant and Food Standards and Chief Plant Health Manager, Biosecurity South Australia
SITPlus Program Manager
General Manager, Partnerships, Plant Health Australia
Stonefruit grower, Maida Vale, Western Australia
Fruit grower, Bowen Queensland
Greater Sunraysia PFA Industry Development Committee. Stonefruit grower, Swan Hill Victoria