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Which items are prohibited to be sent by Australia Post?

by Guest23159456  |  8 years, 4 month(s) ago

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I want to send a gift to my friend in Australia and so I tend to know about the prohibited and illegal things defined by Australia Post. Thanks in advance.

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  1. Australia Guide
    Some articles must not be posted in the International Mail. These articles fall into 3 categories: Australia Post publishes a Dangerous Goods guide which lists in detail all items which will not be accepted. Australia Post publishes a Dangerous Goods guide which lists in detail all items which will not be accepted. The Dangerous & Prohibited Goods & Packaging Guide is available online. Some of the prohibited goods and items are listed below for your information: • Bullion and bank notes which include all Australian notes of whatever issue or denomination, and the bank notes or currency notes of any other country are prohibited to be sent internationally through Australian Post. This prohibition applies even if the destination country accepts valuables. • Compressed Gas; aerosol products, carbon dioxide gas, cigarette lighter, butane. • Flammable liquids; alcohol, flammable paint and thinners, flammable varnish removers. • Oxidizing materials; some adhesives, some bleaching powders; hair or textile dyes made of organic peroxides, fiberglass repair kits. • Corrosives such as corrosive cleaning liquid, paint or varnish removers, mercury filled thermometer. • Magnetized materials, oiled paper, radioactive materials, polymerisable materials, poisons and others.

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