Can I Ship Food To Australia?

Can I Ship Food To Australia?

Before you mail any food, animal products or plant material to Australia check that it is allowed.

Some goods pose a significant risk and are not permitted entry into Australia, while other goods are only allowed if they meet import conditions.

Check what you can send to Australia: use our passenger and mail inquiry.

What food items are allowed into Australia?

Foods that are prohibited unless accompanied by a valid Import Permit include beans, peas, cereal seeds, eggs, fresh fruit and vegetables, uncanned meat and all pork products, milk, popping corn, raw unroasted nuts, whole salmon and trout.

Can I bring chocolates into Australia?

Thank you for your enquiry about bringing biscuits and chocolates into > Australia as part of your personal luggage. Items that do not meet these import conditions must be re-exported from Australia or destroyed. Re-export of the items must be paid for by the importer.

Can you send chocolate to Australia from UK?

Like any parcel or gift you are sending from Australia overseas, you need to make sure the gift is packaged properly, and you fill out the customs paperwork as required. For example if it is a gift of chocolate valued at over GBP36, it will get taxed in the UK based on the perceived % of sugar in the product.

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