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The information provided in the guidelines below is under review by the TGA. Should you have a specific query, please contact the exports team at email@example.com.
Medicines intended solely for the purpose of export are required to be listed (not registered) on the ARTG before export is commenced.
- Exporting medicines from Australia for commercial supply
In most cases, therapeutic goods which are intended to be exported from Australia for commercial supply must first be included in the ARTG in the name of the sponsor of the goods
- TGA policy for the export of medicines from Australia
The export of medicines from Australia is regulated by the TGA to protect human health and safety by ensuring that medicines originating from this country are of a similar quality and safety standard as those supplied domestically
- Exporting medicines from Australia - operational guidelines
The aim of these guidelines is to enhance transparency in the operations of the Export Medicines Unit of the TGA and ensure consistency in the administrative processes which support the Therapeutic Goods legislation.
- Certificate of Listed Product, Certificate of Pharmaceutical Product & Certificate of Exempt Product
Sponsors can request the issue of a Certificate of Pharmaceutical Product, a Certificate of Listed Product or a Certificate of Exempt Product
- Exporting medicines from Australia for donation or humanitarian purposes
Therapeutic goods can be exported without being on the ARTG if they are intended as donations or humanitarian aid, provided they have been obtained legally and they meet certain criteria