Every day, PACK & SEND delivers valuable and sentimental parcels the near-10,000-mile distance from the UK to Australia, to loved ones, global ecommerce customers and more.
PACK & SEND has over 25 years’ experience delivering safely and securely to Australia. Whether you’re sending care packages to friends and family or visiting the country and need a hand getting your surfboard there and back in one piece, we’re here to help.
We specialise in packing and transporting large, fragile and awkward items all the way to the other side of the world.
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Delivering to Australia
PACK & SEND makes light work of getting your packages where they need to be in Australia – from Melbourne and Sydney to the outback.
Work with us for safe door-to-door delivery to Australia, making sure your package meets all customs requirements and is tracked throughout its journey. Our services include air and freight delivery and express options for your urgent parcels.
We can even arrange for your packages to be delivered to one of our PACK & SEND service centres in Australia, where customers or loved ones can collect them at a time to suit them.
Customs requirements for delivery to Australia
Our international delivery experts make sure your parcels meet Australia’s customs requirements, for fast and reliable delivery.
All deliveries to Australia from the UK require customs documentation. This will be a commercial invoice. Your courier service will be able to provide these documents for you.
These must be completed accurately to avoid delays in shipping or – at worst – your parcel being returned to you or destroyed.
Include as much detail as possible when completing customs documents. For example, don’t simply write ‘clothes’. Instead, specify ‘2 red t-shirts, made in England’. This helps speed up customs checks when your package arrives in the country.
Australian addressesaresimilar to the UK, with a few smalldifferences. Follow the guide below to make sure your parcel arrives safely and avoids delays:
The recipient’s name goes on the first line, with the house number and street name on the second line.If they live in an apartment, the house number goes before the building number,separated by a slash.
The city, state and postcode allappear on the third line – with the state often abbreviated to a 3-digit code, e.g.,‘QLD’.
John Smith 10/45 George St. LIDCOMBE NSW 2141 AUSTRALIA
PACK & SEND specialises in managing complicated deliveries. Our service centre experts help you securely pack your items, and we take care of everything else too –getting your packages around the world in perfect condition and impressive time.
We track your deliveries from door to door for peace of mind. Plus,PACK & SEND’scomprehensive cover for loss or damage protects you if the worst happens.
Contact us today to find out more about our shipping services to Australia and get a quote for your awkward, fragile or valuable items.
What items are prohibited to send to Australia?
Australia has many prohibited items which are not allowed on the island. These include some glazed ceramics, some cosmetic products, some stationary and some plants. If you want to see the full list of prohibited goods in Australia visit this website – https://www.abf.gov.au/importing-exporting-and-manufacturing/prohibited-goods/list-of-items. Whilst these goods are prohibited for import, solutions can be found in some circumstances, contact your local service centre for more information.
What ways are there to get an item sent to Australia?