Communicable diseases surveillance - Tables - NNDSS jurisdictions

The National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System collates data from Australian states and territories. Data are published on the Department of Health and Ageing's website and quarterly data are published in Communicable Diseases Intelligence. This page contains a table on notifiable diseases reported from each state or territory for the current reporting period.

Page last updated: 15 June 2005

A print friendly PDF version is available from this Communicable Diseases Intelligence issue's table of contents.

Table 1. Reporting of notifiable diseases by jurisdiction

Disease
Data received from
Bloodborne diseases
Hepatitis B (incident) All jurisdictions
Hepatitis B (unspecified) All jurisdictions
Hepatitis C (incident) All jurisdictions except Qld
Hepatitis C (unspecified) All jurisdictions
Hepatitis D All jurisdictions
Gastrointestinal diseases
Botulism All jurisdictions
Campylobacterosis All jurisdictions except NSW
Cryptosporidiosis All jurisdictions
Haemolytic uraemic syndrome All jurisdictions
Hepatitis A All jurisdictions
Hepatitis E All jurisdictions
Listeriosis All jurisdictions
SLTEC, VTEC All jurisdictions
Salmonellosis (NEC) All jurisdictions
Shigellosis All jurisdictions
Typhoid All jurisdictions
Quarantinable diseases
Cholera All jurisdictions
Plague All jurisdictions
Rabies All jurisdictions
SARS All jurisdictions
Smallpox All jurisdictions except Qld
Tularemia All jurisdictions except Qld
Viral haemorrhagic fever (NEC) All jurisdictions
Yellow fever All jurisdictions
Sexually transmissible infections
Chlamydial All jurisdictions
Syphilis - congenital All jurisdictions
Donovanosis All jurisdictions
Gonococcal infection All jurisdictions
Syphilis < 2 years duration All jurisdictions except ACT
Syphilis > 2 years duration All jurisdictions except ACT
Vaccine preventable diseases
Rubella - congenital All jurisdictions
Diphtheria All jurisdictions
Haemophilus influenzae type b All jurisdictions
Influenza (laboratory confirmed) All jurisdictions**
Measles All jurisdictions
Mumps All jurisdictions
Pertussis All jurisdictions
Pneumococcal disease (invasive) All jurisdictions
Poliomyelitis All jurisdictions
Rubella All jurisdictions
Tetanus All jurisdictions
Vectorborne diseases
Flavivirus infection NEC All jurisdictions
Barmah forest virus infection All jurisdictions
Dengue All jurisdictions
Japanese encephalitis All jurisdictions
Kunjin virus All jurisdictions except ACT
Malaria All jurisdictions
Murray Valley encephalitis All jurisdictions except ACT
Ross River virus infection All jurisdictions
Zoonoses
Anthrax All jurisdictions
Australian bat lyssavirus All jurisdictions
Brucellosis All jurisdictions
Leptospirosis All jurisdictions
Lyssavirus (NEC) All jurisdictions
Ornithosis All jurisdictions
Q fever All jurisdictions
Other bacterial infections
Legionellosis All jurisdictions
Leprosy All jurisdictions
Meningococcal infection All jurisdictions
Tuberculosis All jurisdictions

* Only cases of congenital chlamydial infections are notified in Western Australia.

† Laboratory confirmed influenza is not a notifiable disease in the Australian Capital Territory or South Australia but reports are forwarded to NNDSS.

‡ Flavivirus (NEC) replaces Arbovirus (NEC) from 1 January 2004.

§ In the Australian Capital Territory Murray Valley encephalitis virus and Kunjin virus are combined under Murray Valley encephalitis virus.

 

This article was published in Communicable Diseases Intelligence Vol 29 No 2, June 2005.