Cheap shipping to Australia

Our removals & shipping to Australia service can assist with a small baggage shipment to a full house removal, furniture, household goods, motorbikes and motor cars. We can arrange a share a container service or your own dedicated container for shipping to Australia. We can arrange collection of your goods from all over the UK. Our innovative "You Pack, We Ship" service allows us to offer cheap shipping to Australia.


Required Documentation

See below for a list of required documents if you are shipping removal goods to Australia.

Please note that the this list is just a guide and may differ depending upon your circumstances (for example an EU citizen versus non-EU citizen)

Contact us for a full list of requirements to suit your circumstances:

  • OBL or AWB

  • Customs Form B534. (version 6/00 only)

  • A copy of the current Unaccompanied Personal effects Statement (B534 form) can be downloaded from the Australian Customs website at

  • Inventory of goods in English.

  • Owner-packed goods require list of contents (in English) from owner

  • Full copy of owners passport, including all pages.

  • Full name and Australian residential address of Owner must be provided to obtain clearance. Please note a Post Office Box is not acceptable.

  • If importer has been in Australia longer that 12 months, it may be required to clear the consignment via a formal Customs Entry

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Additional documentation can be downloaded using the links below:

Restricted Items

We will advise you of any restricted or prohibited items to Australia during the quotation process.

Australia is the world’s sixth largest country and has the twelfth largest economy and, for those intending to visit or to stay for longer, it is well known for its quality of life, healthy and education. Australia or ‘Oz’ has six states: New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Western Australia, and two major mainland territories; Australian Capital Territory and the Northern Territory.

Deciding whereabouts in Australia to travel means choosing from a diverse range of areas, climates and lifestyles: in the north-east are tropical rainforests, in the south-east, south-west and east are mountain ranges and the central area being mostly desert. The outback, or desert, makes up the largest proportion of land in Australia.

Australia has one of the lowest population densities in the world although the majority of people live along the south-eastern coastline where the weather is at its mildest. The climate of Australia is influenced by ocean currents – much of the northern part of the country has a tropical, monsoon climate, whilst the south-west corner is more Mediterranean.

Tasmania, Australia’s only island state, is reachable by either sea or air and is home to 17 national parks and a wealth of history; from Hobart’s cobbled riverfront streets to the Cool Valley, World Heritage wilderness and cities full of character.

South Australia is famous for its Barossa Valley wines, Kangaroo Island and the markets and festivals of Adelaide. South Australia is also home to Coober Pedy, the underground opal town; part of the Flinders Ranges and outback.

Queensland is home to the Gold Coast, where skyscrapers are build around surf beaches like Surfers Paradise; the Great Barrier Reef, stretching for more than 2000 km, and, with its capital, Brisbane, it also features the Daintree Rainforest, a World Heritage site that has survived for more than 170 million years – great for those with an interest in ecology and the great outdoors.

Western Australia is diverse in terms of its landscape and climates. With its capital, Perth, home to parklands and beautiful beaches, WA also has the Ningaloo Marine Park, Coral Bay and Kalgoorlie where goldfields and ghost towns can be explored.

Melbourne is Victoria’s cultural capital of events with St Kilda and the Royal Botanical Gardens, and the gateway to amazing wildlife and coastal adventures. Meet penguins on Phillip Island, hike the Grampians National Park and drive Victoria’s Great Ocean Road for surfing at Bells Beach. With lots to discover about Victoria’s Aboriginal history, there are also parks galore and an uninterrupted Ninety Mile Beach.

New South Wales is famous for its unspoilt beaches and its capital, Sydney with its culture and historic Rocks. Well-known Bondi Beach, Manly Beach, the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains and Hunter Valley Wineries are all within the state boundaries.

Rich in Aboriginal history, the Northern Territory’s rugged landscapes contain a wealth of national parks and other treasures. World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park, Alice Springs, Kings Canyon and Tennant Creek are all found here and the capital city, Darwin, hosts outdoor festivals, tropical parks and beach markets.

Australian Capital Territory was created to house the capital city, Canberra, home to Parliament House, the National Gallery full of Aboriginal art and the gateway to walking trails and wildlife of its national parks and Australian Alps. Canberra’s monuments contrasted with the bushland of Namadgi National Park go to show the diversity of life in this territory.

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Must Sees & Top Activities

  • Diving round the Great Barrier Reef

  • Taking a trip yo Uluru and exploring the Blue Mountains National Park