Welcome to BSI

Biosecurity Solomon Islands (BSI) is a department within the Solomon Islands Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock. It is mandated to manage the biosecurity risks associated with the movement of goods (trade) and people into and out of Solomon Islands.

Solomon Islands is fortunate to be free of many pests and diseases found in other countries nearby and worldwide, this provides considerable advantages to Solomon Islands agriculture, trade and environment. BSI is charged with maintaining this advantage but can only do this with the cooperation and support of everyone. See Why We Need Biosecurity.


Wholesalers, retailers, farmers, plantation owners, pet owners, growers, agriculture, research, all live plants or animals & machinery or vehicles.

Special import conditions can be developed for uncommon imports.

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Producers of plant or animal products, export agents, phytosanitary or sanitary certificates for compliance with importing country requirements.

Also those who wish to have export conditions developed for their product.            

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Tourists and returning Solomon Islanders, missionaries, crew from ships, aircraft & yachts, diplomats & VIPs, business people.

All import and export conditions apply to all travellers. Look here for a quick overview of requirements.

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Solomon Islands Government is a signatory to the World Trade Organisation and strongly supports international cooperation in controlling pests of plants and plant products and of animals and animal products through science based quarantine measures. We comply with the principles and systems developed by the International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) and the World Organisation for Animal Health, (OIE)


Contact Us


Honiara HQ: (+677) 24657

HQ Office
At Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock, Hibiscus Avenue, Honiara

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News & Updates

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Forms & Documents

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Support for the design and construction of this website was provided by the Australian aid program under their Solomon Islands Biosecurity Development Program and is gratefully acknowledged.