Coronavirus: Network impacts and delivery delays
Our priority at Australia Post, is to protect our people, customers and community so we can continue to serve Australians both during, and after, the current Coronavirus pandemic.
We’re doing everything possible to keep delivering for Australia. Our Post Offices remain open and our posties and drivers are still out delivering each and every day.
Customers can be assured they will continue to be able to send and receive parcels and mail, pay bills and use Bank@Post during this time.
There are some service impacts that have resulted in some delays. For the latest information, please visit our dedicated information page.
Price changes effective 28 September 2020
28 August 2020
On 28 September 2020, Australia Post is adjusting the prices of our mail redirection and hold services, and identity services, to enable us to continue providing an efficient and sustainable postal service for businesses and consumers Australia-wide.
Domestic letter & parcel volumes
25 August 2020
Australia Post monthly reported volume changes for letters, parcels and workforce movement.
Last dates for sea mail for Christmas 2020
14 August 2020
For sea mail to reach its destination before Christmas 2020, please refer to this guide for the latest posting dates. If you are posting sea mail from outside the Sydney metropolitan area, it will be necessary to post earlier.
Temporary changes to letter delivery frequency in metropolitan areas
12 August 2020
We’re making some temporary changes to metropolitan letter deliveries. This is because the way Australians use the post has changed dramatically in response to COVID-19.
Assisting Australian Red Cross to help bushfire affected communities
12 November 2019
From today Australia Post outlets across Australia will be accepting donations for the Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund to support bushfire affected communities.
All donations made will help Red Cross provide assistance to affected communities through their emergency volunteers, providing psychological first aid, working at evacuation centres and helping people to get in touch with their loved ones.