Customs Laws

Australia’s customs laws impose customs duties on all goods imported into Australia, although some imports attract a “free” rate of duty or are eligible for concessional rates of duty. The amount of duty payable is dependent on the customs tariff rate applying to the goods, their customs value and whether they are eligible for concessional treatment under free trade agreements or other concessions such as tariff concession orders.

In addition, Australia’s customs laws regulate what goods may be imported into or exported from Australia or the circumstances and conditions in which they may be imported or exported.

We assist clients in navigating and complying with customs requirements, obtaining concessions and refunds of duty.

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