Check the fruit fly outbreak map

You may live, work or go to school in a fruit fly outbreak area. Check the map to see if your area is affected.

Market access maps for commercial industry can be found on the industry support page.

Search the fruit fly outbreak map

Using the map

Type the address of a location using the search bar on the map.

The map will show whether the address is in a red, yellow or green area. Click on the map to find out the fruit fly outbreak rules that apply to you.

Understand the outbreak restrictions

When a fruit fly is found, we establish an inner outbreak area (red area) and a larger suspension area (yellow area) around the detection site of fruit fly.

Restrictions are currently in place to limit the movement of some fruit and vegetables within these areas.

This may affect where you live, work or go to school.

Location of outbreaks and how long restrictions are in place

Adelaide metropolitan

  • Angle Park – Mediterranean fruit fly – 18 December 2021
  • Black Forest – Mediterranean fruit fly – 18 December 2021
  • Blair Athol – Mediterranean fruit fly – 18 December 2021
  • Campbelltown – Mediterranean fruit fly – 18 December 2021
  • Croydon Park – Mediterranean fruit fly – 18 December 2021
  • Klemzig – Mediterranean fruit fly – 18 December 2021
  • Marleston – Mediterranean fruit fly – 18 December 2021
  • Pooraka – Mediterranean fruit fly – 18 December 2021
  • Ridleyton – Queensland fruit fly (Q-fly) – 11 November 2021
  • Rosewater – Mediterranean fruit fly – 18 December 2021
  • Semaphore Park – Mediterranean fruit fly – 18 December 2021.

Riverland

  • Monash – Queensland fruit fly – 16 November 2021
  • Renmark West – Queensland fruit fly – 11 December 2021
  • Cooltong – Queensland fruit fly – 11 December 2021
  • Berri – Queensland fruit fly – 21 November 2021
  • Pike River – Queensland fruit fly – 6 November 2021
Page Last Reviewed: 13 Feb 2021
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