International delivery services

Overseas disruptions mean deliveries may take longer than usual. For the latest information, view international delivery disruptions and service updates.

You can now send Greeting Cards internationally for $3

Check international letters and greeting card prices.

Things to know

Sending letters?

Check international stamp prices.

1 Estimated delivery time between metro areas of major cities. Excludes time in customs if applicable and may be subject to delay due to causes outside of Australia Post's control. For more information, calculate postage and delivery times or check our international post guide.

2 Our services generally come with up to $100 compensation included. Additional charges apply for Extra Cover. 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 or remedies you may have under the Australian Consumer Law.

Extra Cover only available to certain countries. Additional charges apply. Cover restrictions may vary depending on country. For more details, see our international post guide.

3 Signature on delivery is only available to certain countries. For more information, check our international post guide.

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

5 Tracking not available for all countries. For more information, check our international post guide

6 Australia Post will endeavour to keep the international post guide tool up-to-date, but accepts no liability for losses arising from goods that are not cleared through customs. Customers should be aware that this tool does not represent a definitive view or legal advice as to what goods are prohibited from entry into specific countries. The entry of goods into specific countries will be subject to local customs officials.