Temporary suspension of Priority Letters

Due to the significant impacts of COVID-19, the Priority Letters service is temporarily unavailable from 1 June 2020 until 1 July 2021.


A temporary alternative Priority timetable is available for Print Post.


Please note: web page and documents may not yet reflect this change.

Using Print Post to send your publications

Do you send out publications such as newspapers, magazines or catalogues at least twice a year? You could save money with Print Post.

As well as Priority delivery, Print Post offers the option of a lower cost Regular delivery service for non-time critical mail, taking up to an additional two business days for delivery.


  • Save money by sorting mail and lodging it for local delivery
  • Using a fly sheet gives you more space for creative artwork and special offers
  • Items can be in envelopes or plastic wrapped
  • Delivery is secure and reliable, as your publications go with the regular mail
  • We return undelivered items to you

What you can send

With Print Post, you can send Small or Large items if you have 100 items or more of each publication. They must be a continuing printed periodical with a fixed title and be issued at least twice a year.

Items must be pre-approved by Australia Post and issued with a Print Post Publication Number, to send them via the Print Post service.

  Small Large
Maximum weight




Minimum size


88 x 138mm


88 x 138mm
Maximum size


130 x 240mm


260 x 360mm
Maximum thickness





Delivery times

Print Post Regular delivery standards (PDF 64kB)

Print Post Alternative Priority delivery standards (PDF 97kB)

Get started!

To apply to use Print Post, you'll need to complete a Print Post application form (PDF 91kB).

When we've approved your application, we'll send you a Print Post publication number which must be printed on the envelope or flysheet.