Send Parcel from Italy to Australia
- collection at home
- estimated delivery time: to working days
- shipment tracking
europacco.com offers a customized service, if you want to send a Parcel to Australia. We offer an economical solution for every kind of consignment. Our service includes home or business address collection by an express courier and delivery in more than 210 countries worldwide.
Send a Parcel safe, reliable and fast
Europacco.com brings your Parcel safely and quickly to its destination to Australia. Shipping is easy: fill out the online form, print the label and attach it to your shipment – it is now ready for collection. All this is possible without registration and thus makes fast and simple the package delivery.
How can I track my Parcel?
With our tracking option you can monitor your Parcel from the collection to Italy to delivery to Australia. Enter the shipping number on our tracking page.
How much does it cost to send a Parcel to Australia?
Years of experience in the shipping sector and a high daily volume of consignments allow us to offer highly affordable prices. With europacco.com you can send a Parcel starting from only 101,00 to Australia. For more information that is detailed please see our price list.
How long does it take to send a Parcel to Australia?
The transit times from Italy to Australia vary from to working days. Transit times are calculated in working days and depend on the starting location and the packet arrival area.
Send parcel to Australia
Whether you send a package to Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth or Sidney, service and costs do not vary. We offer a secure service, if you have to send company documents, patterns and products. You can also send souvenirs, excess baggage and suitcases to Australia. In case you want to send wine to Australia or other delicate objects, please contact our customer service by e-mail and you will promptly receive a quote.
Customs regulations in Australia
For private consignments you have to fill out two documents: the export customs clearance form and an invoice or pro-forma invoice. europacco.com will send these forms to you by e-mail.
For commercial shipments please contact the customer service at email@example.com.
General information about Australia
Very popular as activities among young people of the world, is working and traveling in Australia. After completion of the study or teaching, many take a break and spend a so-called Gap-Year in Down Under. With work and travel visa, they can travel and work up to a year in Australia. Working, you can earn money with small jobs, especially in agriculture or tourism. Young people gain valuable experience for life. The main reasons are exploring a distant land, explore nature, learn about a new culture and different people. Do you also want to send a parcel in Australia for your children or grandchildren? We have a bespoke service for you!
Did you know that...
In Australia there are more kangaroos than people. With more than 35 million kangaroos, in Australia to each inhabitant would belong in theory two kangaroos. Even the camels are very numerous in Australia. Australia exports camels in Saudi Arabia since 2002. The coasts are more than 10,000 beaches, the Great Barrier Reef being this way the largest living thing in the world. In addition, in Australia lives the most poisonous plant in the world as well as the species of the most poisonous spiders on earth. The Australian national tree is the eucalyptus with more than 400 species.
What cannot enter Australia, not even in a pack
Australia, well known also as the immigrant’s country adopts a very strict import practice. This is of course also valid for goods; certainly not all of them can travel on the island or be shipped in a parcel.
Even in Australia there is still the distinction between two commodity groups: strictly prohibited products in all circumstances and goods that can be introduced with restrictions or accompanied by a certain license.
For Customs Services and Control of Imported Goods, is responsible the Australian Border Force (abbreviated ABF), a Department under the Department of Immigration and Border Protection. The ABF publishes a batch online with all prohibited goods, which are only marginally importable, and updates it continuously. On this list there are classic products, which are generally forbidden for packet shipment, but also for certain Australian features. There are few things prohibited in Australia. However, many other categories of goods, which are marked as restricted, are subject to equally severe standards:
For this reason, the following categories of goods are not advisable to ship in a package in Australia:
- Illegal narcotics
- Asbestos (or products containing asbestos)
- Products that contain cat or dog hair
- Ceramics (products sometimes contain a high percentage of heavy metal or lead and therefore can only be imported through a special license)
- Chewing tobacco or snus
- Lighters (maximum number for immigrants in Australia: 5)
- Means for self-defense such as pepper spray or other
- Cultural Heritage of Historic Value (especially from Papua New Giunea)
- Threads for strangulation or ropes for dogs
- Distillates, which look or smell like food
- Electric shocks over the 6 volt
In Australia without exception, it is strictly forbidden to import dangerous breeds of dogs (such as Dogo Argentino, Fila Brasilero, Japanese Tosa, Perro de Presa Canario but also the American Pit Bull Terrier) or even the entry of equipment created for make a subsidy. A special case is the goods, which contain the word ANZAC. This abbreviation is for the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps, which was a military body of the British Armed Forces in the First World War, formed by Australians and New Zealand. Still on April 25, Australia and New Zealand celebrate the ANZAC day in commemoration of the military casualty victims, a very controversial event.
As you can see, Australia has placed a number of very special items on the list of prohibited or limited import goods, which would not immediately remind the immigrant or the sender of an expedition. For this reason it is more than advisable to inquire before importing certain types of products in a given country. Australia has come up with a very interesting gadget: the country supports the "Can I bring it back?" App, a fast guide for travelers who want to know about the arrangements in place.
Precise information on prohibited or subject to restrictions when importing to Australia, as well as contact details to obtain any licenses, can be consulted on the official ABF website under: www.border.gov.au