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Australia's quarantine regulations are very strict and many foodstuffs, plants, animal products, weapons and some medicines may not be imported into Australia. There are also duty free limits for goods, alcohol and tobacco/cigarettes that you need to know about. You will be required to declare such items on the incoming passenger card you receive on the plane before you arrive. Failure to declare any of these restricted items could lead to on-the-spot fines or even prosecution.In addition, your airline may prohibit certain items for security reasons. To assist with your packing there is a Dangerous Goods app available

For more information, please visit the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service web page.

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