Second Test: Australia v England, day three

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For more information Requirements for bringing human ashes into Australia or exporting ashes out of Australia There are no requirements for bringing human ashes into Australia or exporting ashes out of Australia.

For more information Requirements for bringing human ashes into Australia or exporting ashes out of Australia There are no requirements for bringing human ashes into Australia or exporting ashes out of Australia. However, the container used to hold the ashes should be free from contaminants such as soil, and containers made from wood must be declared to Department of Agriculture and Water Resources Agriculture on arrival or before departure. Most international airlines do allow human ashes to be carried by passengers on international flights.

In this case, it is recommended that you contact the airline or shipping line prior to travelling as they may have requirements to be met when human ashes are carried by a passenger or included in luggage.

You do not need to declare human ashes on arrival in Australia through the Incoming Passenger Card. We recommend you check with the country the ashes will be brought from for their export requirements. A list of foreign embassies and consulates in Australia can be found on the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade website. A list of Australian consulates overseas can be found on the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade website.

Postage of human ashes into and out of Australia If the human ashes are to be sent via post, please check with Australia Post for any requirements. This will be at the discretion of each individual business. It should be noted that international postage of human ashes will be determined by the regulation of the destination country. We recommend you check with the country the ashes will be posted to or from for their postal requirements.

General requirements for bringing human remains other than ashes into Australia Human remains can pose a potential risk to human health. To manage this risk, there are certain legal requirements 1 which must be met for bringing them into Australia. Human remains other than clean human hair, teeth or bone being brought into Australia must be transported in a hermetically sealed container meaning an airtight container that bodily fluids cannot leak from when sealed.

Other aviation transport conditions may apply and it is advised that you discuss any additional requirements with the airline that will be transporting the remains. The source country may have specific requirements or conditions associated with the movement or export of human remains or ashes. It is recommended that you contact the relevant authority or embassy regarding export requirements that may be in place.

Requirements for bringing in human remains for burial or cremation Human remains being brought into Australia for burial or cremation must be accompanied by official documentation. Official documentation is either: The process can be facilitated by a funeral director or a customs broker. Documentation should be in English or accompanied by a certified translated copy.

Human remains not accompanied by the required official documentation will need the permission of a Commonwealth Human Biosecurity Officer HBO in order to be brought into Australia. More information about gaining permission from a Commonwealth HBO can be obtained by contacting the Department of Health via the Human Biosecurity Inbox humanbiosecurity health. The Agriculture office at the point of entry should be notified at least 48 hours prior to arrival of the remains.

The contact details can be found on the Agriculture website — Office locations. Requirements for bringing in human remains for other purposes Human remains other than clean human hair, teeth or bone that are brought into Australia for a purpose other than burial or cremation are subject to clearance requirements.

This includes human remains brought in for display or as curios, or for scientific or research purposes. Human remains brought in for scientific or research purposes A written declaration or the permission of a Commonwealth HBO will be required in order for the remains to be brought into Australia. The written declaration must from the person bringing in the body or body part and must state: If a written declaration cannot be provided, the permission of a Commonwealth HBO will be required in order for the remains to be brought into Australia.

Human remains brought in for purposes other than burial, cremation, scientific or research purposes e. Hair, teeth or bones not meeting these requirements will need the permission of a Commonwealth HBO in order to be brought into Australia.

On-arrival processes for bringing in human remains Human remains arriving in Australia are cleared by the Department of Home Affairs following assessment by Agriculture.

Once cleared, human remains brought in for burial or cremation must be transported under the direction or control of a coroner or funeral director and handled by trained personnel using infection control procedures. Human remains brought in for scientific or research purposes must be transported by trained personnel using infection control procedures to an appropriate containment facility.

The person responsible for making the arrangements to bring in or export human remains should seek advice from local state health authorities regarding administrative processes and document requirements.

Export of human remains There are no export requirements for transporting human remains out of Australia. There is no need to make an export declaration when human remains are exported from Australia for burial or cremation 2. If you intend to export human remains from Australia you should check with the embassy or health authority of the destination country regarding any import requirements or conditions that may be in place.

Movable cultural heritage Certain human remains may fall under the category of cultural heritage. Human remains of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent including bark and log coffins used in ceremonial burial cannot be exported.

Other human remains that have been removed from their place of discovery for 50 years or more may require a permit to be exported. For more information regarding movable cultural heritage requirements including Indigenous remains visit the Department of Communications and the Arts Ministry for the Arts website. For more information For more information on human biosecurity requirements contact the Department of Health on: Out of hours cargo clearance can be requested through Cargo Support on Biosecurity Managing Human remains Instrument under subsections 2 of the Biosecurity Act Regulation 8 of the Customs Prohibited Exports Regulation does not apply to human remains destined for interment or other religious or cultural ceremonies for the deceased to take place outside Australia.

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