Quarantine restrictions operate all year round, for bringing fresh fruit and vegetables into South Australia.

If you live in South Australia, you can only bring fresh fruit and fruiting vegetables purchased from a South Australian shop outside of the current fruit fly outbreak and suspension areas, providing you have an itemised receipt as proof of purchase, and/or cooked, processed, preserved, stewed, dried, frozen or canned fruit and fruiting vegetables.

You cannot take home-grown or interstate purchased fruit and fruiting vegetables into the Riverland fruit fly exclusion zone. There are some fruit and vegetables that are not subject to the movement restrictions, and for which you do not need a shop receipt.

Interstate travellers should check the fruit fly website as to what can or cannot be brought into South Australia and the Riverland.