An important update for NSW buyers
The Chief Health Officer has issued an exemption that allows farmers and agribusiness workers needing to move between Queensland and New South Wales to perform essential agribusiness services. The exemption is in place until 22 September 2020.
This means that buyers and auctioneers are able to travel from NSW to QLD for the purpose of our sale, on Friday 18 September 2020.
People arriving in Queensland seeking entry under the farmer and agribusiness worker class exemption will need to provide the following information on arrival at the Queensland border checkpoint:
- A copy of the Chief Health Officer class exemption letter (which can be obtained here)
- Evidence of identity including place of residence (for example, a rates notice showing that you are a landowner)
- Your drivers licence
- Proof of why you want to come to QLD (for example, show a copy of our bull sale catalogue or an email
promoting the event) (We are happy to supply you a letter regarding the sale details)Complete a border pass declaration at the border checkpoint (no online option available yet)
We have confirmed these requirements with the Goondiwindi Police, Wallangarra Police, Texas Police and the office of Lawrence Springborg.
We're doing everything we can to ensure a safe environment under the current circumstances, and have a COVID-19 Safety Plan in place for our Bull Sale.
We ask that if you are attending, please follow all social distancing guidelines and use sanitiser where we have provided.