Prohibited Goods in the Territory of Australia
There are certain item which we won't transport under any circumstances. This is occasionally for ethical reasons, and often because they're prohibited goods in the territory of Australia. There may also be circumstances during international shipping transfers where the destination country may prohibit transfer of certain types of goods.
You must always check to make sure that the goods you're sending are legally permitted in the destination country. We reserve the right to refuse to send any items because of legal concerns.
Here's what are counted as Prohibited Goods in the territory of Australia:
- Animals, including livestock or bloodstock, and animal products
- Antiques and art works
- Many biological substances
- Credit cards, debit cards, and other items which represent money, including cash, bank notes, and other negotiable items
- Bullion, or any precious metal
- Complete firearms or munitions
- Human remains or ashes Illegal goods, whether these are considered illegal in Australia, at transit points, or in the destination country
- Imitation firearms, replica firearms, and toy guns
- Irreplaceable or unique items
- Ivory and other banned products
- Jewellery and objects constructed of precious metals and/ or stones
- Loose precious stones, including industrial diamonds
- Personal data
- UN-classified prohibited items
Questions About Prohibited Items in Australia
Pick up your phone today and talk to an expert about prohibited goods within Australia. The number you need to call is +61 1800 556 245, and we'll always be able to offer advice as to which items we can or cannot send. You may as well drop us a quick message.