International sending using MyPost Business.
MyPost Business streamlines the sending experience.
First, go to auspost.com.au/mypostbusiness and log in to your MyPost Business account.
Enter your email address and password.
Under Send and Save on the dashboard you can easily work out how much it will cost to send international packages to popular destination countries.
The price to send overseas is based on your ‘Send and Save’ band, the speed service you select, how much your parcel weighs and which country you are sending to.
There are three international speed services on offer for MyPost Business customers.
Economy Air, has no tracking and is for light weight and low value parcels up to 2 kilograms. It has an estimated delivery of 10+ business days.
Standard is our tracked parcel services with estimated delivery of 6+ business days.
Express is our fastest service and includes tracking and signature on delivery. Express has an estimated delivery of two to four business days for metro areas of major cities.
You can also easily download the postage rates and open the international charges guide.
Be sure to check the items you send are not dangerous, prohibited, or restricted.
The International Post Guide lists items that the destination country cannot accept, which may vary country by country. Go to auspost.com.au/ipg – to search for a country name.
You can check the items you send are not dangerous, prohibited, or restricted by clicking the quick link, or by visiting auspost.com.au/dangerous-goods-guide.
To create an international shipping label you want to Create a label from the dashboard.
Enter the receiver information and the destination country.
Here you have the option to provide additional delivery instructions or information about your parcel.
A customs declaration is required for customs clearance at the Destination country. For eCommerce goods you should select “yes” to indicate the contents have a commercial value.
Under “Why are you exporting these goods?” enter “sale of goods”
For customs clearance, you are required to declare the contents of an international parcel. The description needs to articulate what the article is and the material it’s made of. Fill out the description field, item (unit) weight, item (unit) value, quantity, country of origin and HS tariff code. Click here to add another item. If your parcel contains multiple unique items, each item needs to be declared separately.
To help you identify the right HS tariff code, click on the question mark to display the link to a web resource to help search for the relevant HS tariff code. You will need to provide a minimum of 6 digits of HS tariff code.
Once you’ve selected the service, confirm the order is correct and select save order. Pay & print labels.
Print your shipping labels, sign the declaration and place all labels in a plastic sleeve available from your local post office.
Attach the plastic sleeve to your parcel and either bring it to the Post Office or put it in a Street Posting Box. If sending International Express, you can put it into the Yellow Street Posting Box.