Importing goods to Australia
Australian Customs and Border Protection Service main index page linking to Customs information on importing and exporting goods.
Provides answers to frequently asked questions about bringing goods into Australia. Includes a list of some items commonly brought into Australia by travellers with their import conditions.
Australian Customs and Border Protection Service information on privately importing a motor vehicle into Australia.
Australian Customs and Border Protection Service page with information for Australian consumers importing goods by post. Includes methods of paying customs duty on imported goods and frequently asked questions relating to importing goods by post.
Information on inspection of cargo as well as import controls for biological products; chemical fertilisers; food; live animals and reproductive material; personal effects; plants, grains and horticulture; timber; and vehicles and machinery.
The Therapeutic Goods Administration provides information on importing or exporting medicines or medical devices into or out of Australia. Includes links to FAQs about exporting therapeutic goods, exporting medicines, exporting medical devices, exporting blood, tissues & biologicals, and import & export forms.
Information on the International Mail Program and mailing items to Australia. This page links to information on items that should not be mailed to Australia.
Information on packing and prohibited goods and on clearing your unaccompanied personal effects and household goods when coming to Australia.
Australian Customs and Border Protection Service page with information which broadly outlines what goods are prohibited or restricted, where you can obtain more information about the control and, in the case of restricted goods, the mailing address or e-mail address to use to apply for permission to import.
On 4 July 2012 a Review to examine the current arrangements for assessing and investigating anti-dumping matters and consider the feasibility of a Commonwealth Anti-Dumping Agency. The Review has now concluded and the Final Report was released publicly by the Minister on 27 November 2012.
Australian Customs and Border Protection Service page with information for Australian consumers buying goods over the Internet. Includes information on duties and taxes payable on imported goods.