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Amethyst Rock Pieces Entering New Zealand.

Customer Question:Please could you advise as to whether there would be any problems with importing Amethyst rock pieces into New Zealand? Burke Bros Answer:Quarantine is not interested unless the rocks are encrusted[...]

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Martial Arts Equipment Nuchaku, Sai, and Bo Entering Australia.

Customer Question: Are Martial Arts Equipment allowed from the UK into Australia? The effects in question are Sai x 3 sets, Bo x 3, and a pair of Nunchaku’s. Burke Bros Answer: The Nunchaku’s[...]

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Untreated Wicker, Basket-Weave, Rattan Items & Dried Flower Arrangements Entering Canada.

Customer Question:Could you please give us your advice as we are receiving conflicting reports about certain effects entering Canada. Do outside & outdoor effects have to be almost clinically clean? Are[...]

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New Alga (Fungus) Forces Australian Authorities To Carry Out Major Checks On All Fresh Water Connected Items, Before Entering Their Country.

Blog Alert:A new fresh water alga has appeared on the horizon that is going to cause some heartache to people moving to Australia. This is a alga weed (fungus) called Didymo[...]

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Taiwanese Hand Made Paper Impregnated With Seeds and Flowers.

Customer Question:We have 10 cartons (2 cubic feet) each of Thai hand made paper having seeds and flower petals impregnated therein. It is called Mulberry paper. Please could you indicate what[...]

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Diving Cylinders to New Zealand?

Customer Question:Will there be any problem, upon arrival in New Zeeland, with Empty Diving Cylinders loaded in to the container? Burke Bros Answer:Should be alright, but it may pay to take advice[...]

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Vintage Cars Workshop and Spares to New Zealand?

Customer Question:Will there be any problem taking a 25 litre can of Racing Motor Oil (sealed) loaded in a container? And, can we take varnished wooden Car Ramps for the Roll-on/Roll-off? Burke[...]

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Transporting Vintage Cars To New Zealand?

Burke Bros Answer:The container will be delivered to your depot for MAF (Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry – New Zealand’s quarantine department) inspection after which we will deliver the container for[...]

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Moving a Plasma TV Screen To the USA?

Customer Question:Is it worth taking my expensive Plasma TV to the USA. Burke Bros Answer:Regarding Plasma TV’s, many are NTSC – PAL compatible, but you will have to check with the manufacturer[...]

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Importing Firearms?

Customer Question:Can we take our firearm with us when we move abroad. Burke Bros Answer:Regarding a firearm, obviously whenever possible we advise against it. It is legal to import firearms however the[...]

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Preserved Game Birds to Australia?

Customer Question:Can we take our collection of preserved Game Birds with us to Australia? Burke Bros Answer:This should present no problem as long as you have a certificate from the Taxidermist showing[...]

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Seashells to Australia?

Burke Bros Answer:This one is a bit tricky. There would normally not be an issue with this assuming there is no evidence of sand on the shells or that the shells[...]

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