Ship your parcels with our express delivery service

Our Express Post delivery service covers all addresses within Australia and automatically includes:

Carbon neutral delivery2

Up to $100 of compensation3


Express Post packaging options

5kg and under using our flat rate packaging

Other packaging

Express Post delivery information

Express Post postage costs

Business price guides, postage costs and delivery times

Not a business customer?

See our personal sending options for sending a parcel within Australia.

1 Next business day delivery is only available within the Express Post next business day delivery network. The national next business day delivery network operates between capital cities (excluding Darwin; and for Perth, delivery into the CBD only) and some major centres. Express eParcel is not covered in the Express Post guarantee.

2 Australia Post purchases carbon credits to offset the emissions of its deliveries. Find out more about our commitment to carbon neutral parcel delivery.

3 Parcel Post and Express Post comes with up to $100 compensation included. Additional charges for Extra Cover apply. Extra Cover provides you with cover for the specified value of your item (up to $5,000 or part thereof) if your item is lost or damaged while being carried by Australia Post. Visit optional extras for more information. Subject to the Australian Consumer Law, Australia Post does not accept liability for any consequential or indirect loss or damage arising due to any failure related to our service. Neither the compensation included with our service nor the purchase of Extra Cover limits any rights you may have under the Australian Consumer Law.

4 Track events will vary depending on how your item is lodged and delivered. For details visit our tracking service.

5 For parcels where you use your own packaging or any other packaging, which is not eligible for the national flat rates for postage based on size, Australia Post will assess charges according to the actual weight or cubic weight equivalent of the parcel, whichever is greater. Learn more about cubing on page 5 of our Domestic parcels guide (PDF 443kB).