Foodstuffs cannot be brought intounless they are heavily processed, such as jars of spreads. These items must all be declared. Some nuts are permitted. Check the related link below for more information.
Only the macadamia nut is native to Australia. Other nuts grown in Australia include peanuts, almonds, walnuts, pecan nuts, chestnuts, hazelnuts - in fact, all nuts except for Brazil nuts can grown in Australia.
The Europeans brought the grains which are now grown in Australia (e.g. wheat, barley) as well as all fruits, vegetables and nuts (except for Macadamia nuts). They brought the concept of cooked foods such as breads and biscuits.
Unless processed (ie. canned) no, you cannot bring nuts to Mexico.
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Grape nuts cereal is an American cereal. the only place you can get it from in Australia is from USA foods and its expensive.
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yes they bring all kinds of dry fruits
they brought noodles to Australia
"Macadamia" nuts are grown in Hawaii and Australia.
The short answer is no. The Australian quarantine and inspection service does not allow any dairy products (or eggs, seed, nuts and meat) into Australia. In certain circumstances, commercial importers can acquire special permits to bring in dairy products.
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Tasmania is a part of Australia.
There is no limit of how much money you bring into Australia, but you MUST declare it.
If you are talking about the ginger nut biscuit, then you will simply need to declare it when you come in through Australian customs. Customs will decide whether you can bring them into the country, or whether they will be confiscated. If you do not declare them, and they are discovered in your luggage or on your person, then you may be subject to prosecution or fines. We do have gingernut biscuits in Australia - they might just be a little different in flavour or texture. If you are referring to ginger nuts - not biscuits - then again, you will simply need to declare them (and any other food you bring in) when you come into the country.
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Macadamia nuts are native to Queensland, Australia, and are mainly produced commercially in Australia and Hawaii, Australia being the largest producer. They are also grown in, among other areas, New Zealand, California, South America and Africa.
The indigenous people of Australia, known as the Aborigines, brought dingoes to Australia.
No, travelers cannot bring fresh fruit from Australia to Hong Kong. It is not legal to bring fresh vegetables and fruits into many countries.
Because Australia is in drought
The Cane Toad (Rhinella marina) was brought to Australia
A couple of sandwiches and some nuts for the monkeys.
Nuts are grown in many areas, but the most popular area for peanuts is in Queensland, around Kingaroy and the South Burnett.
The Europeans did not really bring any plants to Australia the only real vegetation the Europeans brought was Cereals and Grains.
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