Australian Customs Regulations

Please don't ask me to send you eggs if you live overseas. Australia has very, very strict customs regulations. They come with very, very harsh penalties.

No, I can't send you eggs.

While I would very much like to share some of the wonderful stick insects that I am privileged to breed with enthusiasts and specialists around the world, it is illegal for me to do so.

In addition, many countries have reciprocal import regulations, making it illegal for you to import the material it is illegal for me to export.

If you have the patience, take a look at the relevant Acts to see what I mean. There are more. As I find them, I'll add them to this list. Other links...

Australian Breeders

If you live in Australia, drop me a line. Inter-state postage of stick insects is legal (however posting into Western Australia requires a permit). The usual PSG rules apply.
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