Originally Posted by Coops
As long as you are not going to add it to your curry, I cannot see a problem.
Having dealt with A.Q.U.I.S a number of times both sea port and Airport
I can see a major problem. Peat moss is a plant product it needs to be declared, and will be scrutinized you can bet on it. If they let you keep it which I doubt it will first have to be treated, at your cost. Plant products such as matting and carvings are not a real problem at airports as it is luggage and fumigated if needed nearby. On a boat if any insect larvae or eggs are located in your moss you could be up for a major boat fumigation. I suggest you contact AQUIS for a ruling, and be prepared for a different ruling on entry.
Edit. Sorry Misread the first post, within Australia
no probs but it does raise an issue with overseas cruisers using natures head
and similar toilets. I guess you njust hand Aquis the contents of the head
in a yellow plastic bag,