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Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (DAF)

Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (DAF) provide leadership to promote a sustainable and innovative agriculture, fisheries and forestry sector which adds value to the economy and community.

DAF create opportunities and manage risks to enable sustainable food and fibre production. We do this by effectively managing community resources, applying science to improve production and products, leading the fight on animal and plant pests and diseases, and working constructively with stakeholders for mutual benefit. Our work makes a difference to the economy, the environment, agri- and food industries, rural communities and Queenslanders. We operate in 92 locations across Queensland.

We are structured to deliver our objectives through four service areas:

  • Agriculture
  • Fisheries and Forestry
  • Biosecurity Queensland
  • Corporate

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