In Australia, genetically modified products are heavily regulated and controlled under the Commonwealth's Gene Technology Act 2000 and subsequent legislation, managed by the Office of the Gene Technology Regulator.
In Choice's 2016 article "Are you eating genetically modified food?", it notes that:
"There are only two commercial GM broad-acre crops grown in Australia – GM cotton and GM canola. These are both found in many margarines and frying oils."
"There are no GM animals or fish being grown or raised for food in Australia; however, meat, dairy and eggs from animals fed imported GM feedstock are available to consumers in Australia."
Since publication of Choice's article - a third broad-acre crop, Safflower, has been approved for growing in Australia.
As of June 2019, this information is also confirmed by the Agriculture and Food Division of the Western Australian Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development.
Before any genetically modified food can be sold in Australia and New Zealand, it must be approved as safe to eat by Food Standards Australia and New Zealand (FSANZ), who provide a list of approved genetically modified foods.
And if a genetically modified food is approved for sale, it must be clearly labelled per the Food Standards Code.