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2019 Australian immigration declaration items list need to know

by:VIPUTRANS     2021-03-13
Whether you come to Australia for the first time, or the 'old fritters' who have traveled between the two places countless times, you will face the same problem: customs declaration. As we all know, the Australian customs review is very strict. It is common to turn over packages and boxes. If you carry prohibited items, you will be fined, or face detention, sentence, or sent back to your country, especially for new immigrants who are about to log in. In terms of entry, Australia’s entry situation is not familiar. So, the question is, what logistics can’t I bring when I go to Australia? What can I bring? Next, the editor of VIPU Supply Chain International Logistics compiled the list of items declared for immigration to Australia in 2019, hoping to help you who are about to enter: The list of items that must be declared for entry into Australia are as follows: 1. Food, medicine 1. Cooked food and raw food and Cooking ingredients, dried fish, salted fish, fresh fish and seafood, including scallops, shark fin, squid and fish maw; 2. Dried fruits and vegetables, including hericium, dried longan, dried lychees, tangerine peel, dried plum, dried ginseng ; 3. Noodles and rice, packaged meals, including food and soup on the plane; 4. Seasoning herbs and spices (anise, cinnamon, cloves); 5. Traditional Chinese herbal medicine, medicine, tonics and herbal teas (tangerine peel, chrysanthemum, tree Skin, Ganoderma lucidum, Codonopsis); 6. Snacks (ginkgo, peanuts, fried watermelon seeds, pork floss), biscuits, cakes and candies (almond cakes with pork, chicken cakes with pork, and cakes with sausages are prohibited); 7 .Tea, coffee and other milk-containing beverages (three-in-one coffee, tea and malted milk extract), or spices containing citrus ingredients; 8. Drugs containing human growth hormone, narcotic analgesics, and cannabis; 9. Prescription drugs Please provide an English translation of the English doctor’s order or doctor’s order (it is recommended not to throw away the packaging box of the medicine); 10. Do not bring prescription medicines that are more than 3 months old (you can obtain them from a local doctor in Australia); 2. Animals and animal products 1 .Cats and dogs; 2. Pet birds, pet horses, pet rabbits, breeding materials, laboratory animals or fish raised in aquariums; 3. Feathers, bones, horns and ivory (must be clean and free of any animal tissue); 4. Leather, finished leather and fur (raw leather products including drums and shields are prohibited unless processed); 5. Wool and animal hair (including wool, yarn and handicrafts); 6. Animal and bird specimens (some may It is prohibited by the Endangered Wildlife Law); 7. Shells, including jewelry and souvenirs. Coral is prohibited by the Endangered Species Law; 8. Bee products include honey, honeycomb, royal jelly and beeswax. Pollen is prohibited; 9. Used animal equipment, including veterinary equipment and medicines, shearing or meat industry tools, saddles and harnesses, and cages for animals and birds, pet food and snacks including rawhide dog chews And fish food is prohibited; 3. Plant materials 1. Wooden handicrafts, objects and carvings, including colored and lacquered items (bark is forbidden and will be taken away or need to be processed); 2. Made of plant materials Made artefacts, handicrafts and antiques; 3. Mats, bags and other items made of plant materials, palm or leaves (items made of banana plants are prohibited); 4. Straw and straw products, including Straw hats, straw mats and packaging; 5. Bamboo, rattan or white rattan baskets and furniture; 6. Spiced dried petals (potted flowers) and coconut shells; 7. Items containing or filled with seeds; 8. Dried flowers and flower arrangements 9 .Flowers (flowers that can be propagated on stems, such as roses, carnations and chrysanthemums are prohibited); 4. Other items 1. String made of animal or plant materials for crafts and hobbies; 2. Used sports and camping Equipment, including tents, bicycles, golf and fishing equipment; 3. Footwear/hiking boots contaminated by soil, feces or plant materials; 4. Carry-on cash exceeding Australian dollars $10,000 must be declared 5. Kitchen knives, fishing or hunting knives , Katana, multi-blade knives (such as Swiss Army knives), slingshots (but not with arm rods), swords and bayonets used to mount firearms; both entry and baggage consignment are subject to strict inspection and quarantine. Therefore, make sufficient preparations before entering the country to reduce the trouble caused by border inspections. Here is the entry passenger registration card for declaring entry items (to be filled in English). Before departure, you may wish to familiarize yourself with how to fill in: (Front: fill in personal information and items with you) (Back: contact information, flight information , Purpose of coming to Australia)
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