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Before you move to Australia

How much do international removals to Australia cost?

How much it will cost for overseas removals of your belongings depends on how much you actually want to transport and where you are shipping it to.

Prices start from £1,500 GBP up to £8,000 GBP.

Excess Baggage

We can also ship excess baggage from as little as £150.

Restricted and prohibited items 

The Australian Government controls the import of certain goods into the country. If you’re wondering what you can’t take to Australia, here’s the list of prohibited goods:

How long do removals to Australia take

If you are shipping your belongings in your own exclusive use container (known as a Full Container Load [FCL] service), the transit time is approximately between 8-10 weeks door to door.

The approximate transit time for a shared container / groupage service is between 10 and 12 weeks door to door depending on the destination in Australia.

Which cities in Australia do you do removals to?

Moving to Australia

How are my belongings packed?

Provide you with professional packing teams who are accredited by the British Association of Removers (BAR).

Specialist, high quality export packing materials are sourced in order to provide maximum protection for your personal effects and household goods. As we are overseas removals specialists, all packing team members are experts in export packing techniques.

Can I ship my car, motorbike, or other vehicle?

You can either ship your car within your own exclusive use container or as part of our shared container service. Simply tell us the car make and model so that we can work out the volume to be included as part of the shipping.

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Arriving in Australia

Do I need to pay customs or other taxes?

Clothing, furniture and personal items being imported into Australia by cargo through air, sea or international considered mail are Unaccompanied Personal Effects (UPEs) and will be subject to an Unaccompanied Personal Effects B534 Form.

Customs clearance and quarantine

Australia’s Department of Agriculture have issued strict quarantine regulations concerning the importation of food and plant and animal materials into Australia. This is to prevent pests and diseases from entering the country in order to protect the natural environment of Australia. Your shipment may be delayed if you include such items in your consignment and items may be seized and destroyed by Australian quarantine. Items which have been in contact with soil are also subject to strict regulations and customs clearance. In order to remove all traces of dirt and soil, the following items must be cleaned and disinfected: