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Shipping to New Zealand from Australia

November 19, 2015 - Posted By shipporter

Cost Effective Shipping from Australia to New Zealand

If you’ve ever tried online shopping in New Zealand, chances are you’ve had at least one time when you found exactly what you wanted from an Australian seller, only to find they won’t ship overseas. Business owners have this same problem on a larger scale, often unable to find a suitable supplier willing and able to send goods across the ocean.

Fortunately, Shipporter are developing ways to ship directly from Australia to New Zealand, so everyone can find exactly what they’re looking for.

How to Shop in Australia and Ship to New Zealand

Shipping from Australia to New Zealand

Shipporter are dedicated to providing a cost effective and easy method for purchasing online in Australia and shipping to New Zealand. Once you’ve found the products you want to buy, contact us with the product pages and we’ll provide you with a shipping rate based on your information.

Have you ever shied away from buying large or bulky items like furniture online, because you knew the shipping costs would be enormous? We solve this problem by using sea freight containers, eliminating any need for size or weight restrictions – and the associated costs. We tell you exactly how much your delivery will be up front, with no hidden charges lying in wait down the line.

Helping Small Business Owners and Renovators

A store without stock is no store at all, so it’s vital that New Zealand small businesses are able to have reliable access to suppliers. We make it easy to buy anything from small stock such as electronics to larger items like furniture and home wares, and have them shipped straight to your New Zealand address.

What to Remember When Importing to New Zealand

Much like importing to Australia, shipping to New Zealand does have some restrictions, however. Most foodstuffs are illegal to import due to quarantine regulations, including but not limited to:

  • fresh fruit and vegetables
  • honey and bee products
  • egg cartons
  • seeds and dried flowers
  • cane, bamboo or rattan
  • pinecones
  • potpourri

Anything made from fur, leather, unprocessed wool or other animal parts is also restricted. Any sporting or outdoor items like shoes or golf clubs must be cleaned of any foreign contaminants before entering the country, so bear this in mind when purchasing any second-hand products.

If you have any questions about shipping goods from Australia to New Zealand, fill out the below form and we’ll make sure to reply to your enquiry!

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