All goods exported from Australia are subject to customs controls. These are regulated by Australian Customs.
In terms of export, the role of Customs is to:
- Record Australia's international trade.
- Control the export of restricted goods and to prevent the export of prohibited goods.
- Gather information regarding the nature and volume of exports to assist the government and industry in policy and decision making.
To detect and prevent restricted and prohibited goods from crossing the Australian border, customs works closely with other government and international agencies.
In particular, Customs works regularly with:
Note: It is important to note that Australian Customs does not provide information on the requirements of overseas Customs.
You need to directly identify the custom requirements in each of the overseas market.