The following items are prohibited from importation, meaning they won't be allowed to enter the destination country, territory or region.
To check which items are considered dangerous and prohibited for sending from Australia, download our dangerous goods guide (1.2MB).
- Animals and animal products
- Absinth and its oils etc
- Alcohol and other products distilled from sugar cane, except rum
- Bullion and currency
- Bank notes, credit cards
- Cigarettes or cigarette papers
- Currency resemblances
- Dangerous goods, haz or comb materials
- Drugs, non-prescription
- Foodstuffs, prepared
- Feeding bottles with rubber or glass tubes
- Gaming devices
- Inorganic chemicals
- Jewellery and valuable items
- Knuckle-dusters of any metal
- Lottery tickets and advertising
- Publications or other items of an immoral nature
- Printed articles, books and brochures- offensive by nature
- Pearls, precious metals and stones
- Resin and other vegetable saps
- Roulette wheels
- Securities payable to the bearer
- Travellers cheques
- Tobacco in any form
- Trademarks on goods, unless imported by authorised agents
- Weapons of war.
Lithium batteries and devices containing them are prohibited from being sent via International Express.
If an item is subject to import restrictions, it means that provisions must be met before it will be released from customs in the destination country, territory or region.
We recommend you confirm import restricti