Shipping To Australia

With My Baggage, you can ship baggage to Australia quickly, conveniently and at a low cost. We provide a door to door collection and delivery service, with full online tracking available every step of the way and dedicated customer support to assist.

About Australia

Australia just so happens to be one of the most popular holiday and expat destinations in the world. Thousands of people travel to and from Australia for numerous reasons each and every year; whether it’s to relocate, work or to explore what the country has to offer.

There is an abundance of things to see and do in Australia, from visiting famous landmarks to snorkelling in the Great Barrier Reef. Whether you crave the adrenaline rush of extreme sports, or if you simply crave a relaxing time at the beach – Australia is for you.

Shipping Luggage To Australia

Whether you’re off to Australia to explore, to study abroad or even to uplift your entire life there; you’ll need to think about how to get all of your personal belongings from A to B. Whilst paying for a few extra bags on your flight might seem like the most logical option, those excess baggage fees can mount up pretty quickly if you’re not careful. Not to mention the fact that you’ll have to travel long-haul with a number of heavy suitcases in tow, which can be exhausting. So, what’s the alternative?

Thankfully, My Baggage offers a brand new approach to transporting all of your personal belongings to Australia. With our convenient, door to door luggage shipping service, we make it our aim to remove all of the stress and costs involved, so you can wave goodbye to airline baggage fees and out-of-budget removals. You can save time and money.

Shipping Parcels To Australia

Do you have a loved one living overseas in Australia? Or perhaps you have relocated to Australia and your family live elsewhere – why not send a care-package with My Baggage? We don’t just ship baggage and suitcases internationally – we can send parcels and gifts to Australia, too. Before you go ahead and place your booking, be sure to do some research into Australian customs and quarantine; we have listed some information on this below. Be sure to invest in a new, sturdy, double-walled cardboard box to package your items, and be sure to cushion any fragile items with plenty of internal packaging.

Shipping Oversized Items To Australia

Shipping traditionally oversized items to Australia with My Baggage is painless and cost-effective; we can help you to avoid those pesky oversized baggage fees with your airline. Not to mention the fact that you won’t have to worry about having to haul a large, bulky item such as your bicycle from home and through train stations, taxis and airports.

Send Your Bicycle To Australia

With My Baggage, you can very easily ship your bicycle internationally. Cycling in Australia will allow you to go beyond the usual tourist trails and explore your surroundings. To ship your bike to Australia, simply book online and we will collect it from your address and deliver it straight to where to needs to go. However, please note that if you are shipping your bicycle, it will need to be dismantled and packaged up in a bike box.

Send Golf Clubs To Australia

Dragging your golf bags through the airport whilst also pulling a suitcase is no easy task – thankfully My Baggage offers a quick, reliable and affordable solution. There are a number of great golf courses to enjoy in Australia, such as Alice Springs, Macquarie Links and Sanctuary Lakes. Rather than having to rent your equipment when you get there, My Baggage allows you to ship sports equipment such as golf clubs all the way to Australia.

Shipping To Australia With My Baggage

Find out more about shipping to Australia with us and how it works.

Who Can Use The Service?

My Baggage is open to everyone, whether you are a business user, a holiday maker, a student, an expat or simply moving house. No matter your reason, absolutely anyone can take advantage of our competitive prices and excellent door to door shipping services.

What Can I Send My Items In?

You can use My Baggage to ship items to Australia in cardboard boxes or suitcases. Of course, you can use a mixture of both, and you have the freedom to send as many items as you like with us. We do recommend, however, that when using cardboard boxes, to invest in a sturdy, double-walled cardboard box to ensure it is suitable for transit.

Convenient and Reliable Shipping Service

In times gone by, shipping to Australia used to provide to be nothing but an expensive nightmare. That’s why, at My Baggage, we strive to provide convenience. Whether you want to ship baggage, a parcel or otherwise to Australia, our service allows you to arrange everything from the comfort of your own home. Our door to door collection and delivery service means that your items will be collected straight from your front door and delivered straight to the destination in Australia. Our service gives you one less thing to worry about.

If you happen to have any questions or concerns along the way, our dedicated customer support team will be there to help. You can contact us via phone, email and live chat.

Australian Customs Information

When shipping items to Australia, you are legally required to complete and send a customs invoice with your shipment. Whether you’re sending personal effects or a gift to a loved one; if your shipment does not have a customs invoice attached, it will not make it past your local country border, and you may have to pay return charges to get it back. My Baggage will automatically provide you with the appropriate customs documents for you to complete, print and sign when you send your luggage to Australia with us.

Generally, My Baggage shipments clear customs in a timely manner, free from duties and taxes, as most countries offer a generous duty-free allowance for personal effects. However, as customs processes and allowances are different around the world, and because My Baggage has no association with any customs authority; we do advise doing your own personal research into Australian customs regulations and quarantine before booking your shipment to Australia. Please make yourself aware of potential customs duties in Australia and be sure to follow any and all advice provided by customs directly.

It is important to be aware that any shipments containing any restricted items such as foodstuffs, seeds/nuts or wooden products may result in the shipment having to be cleared by Australian quarantine, which can result in customs delays and charges.

Shipping Gifts To Australia

Thinking of sending a gift to a loved one in Australia? Gifts worth up to the value of $1000 are permitted to enter Australia free from duty and tax. Do note that all shipments, regardless of gift status, are subject to inspection by Australian Customs & Agriculture.

Prohibited Items, Non-Compensation Items and Packaging

At My Baggage, we specialise in shipping personal effects all over the world. With our convenient service, you have the freedom to ship almost everything you would typically find in a standard holiday suitcase. However, it is important to keep in mind that due to security and customs, there are certain items which are prohibited and cannot be carried.

As a general rule, you can be sure that the following items are prohibited:

  • Aerosols
  • Animal Products
  • Cash, Credit Cards, Debit Cards
  • Dangerous Goods
  • Hazardous Goods
  • Liquids
  • Medicines
  • Passports or other confidential personal documentation
  • Perishable Foods
  • Plants

It is important to keep in mind that there are specific items that can be carried, however, they may not be covered under our compensation cover and as such, should be sent at your own risk. If you do need to send any non-compensation items within your luggage, please ensure they are packaged securely and appropriately with internal cushioning.

Find out more about My Baggage’s prohibited and non-compensation items.

As import allowances, security and customs processes differ around the world; we recommend that you do your own personal research into what may be prohibited in your destination country. Australia, for example, goes to great lengths to protect its stunning natural environment and habitats from harmful diseases and pests; this means that many products, goods and even some packaging materials are prohibited to use.

To avoid any major issues, avoid the following packaging materials:

  • Egg cartons
  • Wooden boxes
  • Cardboard boxes that have been used to hold fruit, vegetables or meat
  • Straw material
  • Dried plant material

What type of packaging can be used?

When shipping your belongings to Australia with My Baggage, recommend using either suitcases or strong cardboard boxes. Or, of course, you can use a mixture of both!

We advise against using fragile or expensive suitcases, as they are not covered by our compensation cover. We also recommend that you tape over any handles, etc to protect them. With regards to boxes, it’s always best to invest in a new, sturdy, double-walled (or even triple-walled) cardboard box as they are most durable and suitable for transit.

If you are sending any fragile or delicate items, we recommend using internal packaging to protect them during transit. You can use materials such as bubble wrap or newspapers.

You can read through our complete packaging guide to find out more.

How To Book With My Baggage

You can book your shipment to Australia with My Baggage in minutes. Our easy to use online booking system is available 24/7. Simply start by obtaining an instant quote straight from our homepage. Our service is designed for your convenience, so you’ll be given the flexibility to choose your preferred collection date. Once you’ve booked, we’ll send you shipping labels to print and attach to your items. Then we’ll take care of the rest.

Thanks to our efficient online booking system and convenient door to door collection and delivery service, you have more time to enjoy your travel experience. As well, we pride ourselves on our fantastic low rates. In fact, you could save up to 80% when you choose to ship your luggage with My Baggage, instead of going to the courier directly.

So, what are you waiting for?

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