Australia Parcel delivery from £17.46
We make sending to Australia a cinch
Whether you’re sending a letter to Melbourne with Australia Post or want to ship urgent express goods to Perth with DHL, our parcel comparison website makes it easy to compare prices for the cheapest, fastest and most reliable couriers. With delivery times as fast as 3 working days, and easy booking, we’ve got you covered.
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Fast DHL 3-day Australia delivery from £19.50
Unofficially we call our Australia express service Kangaroo. 3 hops in 3 days will see your parcel hop through Europe and Asia, all for an incredible starting price of £19.50, now that’s something worth talking about.
Cheap Australia Post delivery from £17.46
As every Aussie knows, Australia Post delivers reliably to more of Australia than anyone else, all the way to the outback and beyond! Our Australia Post service offers awesomely cheap prices, delivery takes a bit longer however customs is generally quicker and easier.
Australia large parcel delivery from £306.38
If you’re sending a bulky oversize or overweight parcel to Australia, our DHL freight service can take pallets up to 1,000 kg. Bear in mind pallets need to be fumigated prior to shipping to Australia, and the recipient may need assist with unloading.
Send from Australia to the UK from £35.39
Ship from Australia to the UK in 2-3 days with DHL or UPS and we can collect same day from most urban areas. Whether you’re a business thinking of exporting, or you’re an Aussie missing their Vegemite, we’ve got you covered.
When countries allow low value goods to enter the country duty free, this is called a de minimis threshold. The De minimis value for goods entering Australia is $1,000 AUD. Shipments below $1,000 AUD are likely to not incur any import duty or tax, and clearance will be faster, so it’s a win-win, but remember the value you enter always needs to be accurate, otherwise you risk the goods being held up in customs.
Sending food to Australia
Because Australia has such a huge agricultural industry, they are stricter rules around sending food, to protect against alien plants or insects accidently being introduced. However, you can still send most unopened, unperishable store-bought food items to Australia, if in doubt check on the Australian customs website prior to shipping.
- Store bought foods with a best before date over 6 months away.
- Items must be in the original manufacturers packaging and unopened
- Wrap each item separately
- The food label needs to list all the ingredients.
- The best before date must be displayed on the packaging.
- Foods with a shelf life of less than 6 months
- Homemade foods or any foods not in the original manufacturers packaging.
- Foods that can spoil during transit.
- Food in packaging that have been opened.
- Food that does not contain a food label listing the ingredients.
Items you cannot send to Australia
ParcelHero has a list of prohibited items, which are restricted for all countries. Additionally, Australia also restricts the shipping of some specific goods, if you’re sending anything unusual or obscure, we recommend checking this list on the Australia customs site prior to shipping.
- Flammable liquids
- Animal skins (non‑domesticated)
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