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The Australian Government does not issue visas for overseas travel and cannot provide definitive information on visas - the governments of the countries you plan to visit can provide up-to-date information about their visa requirements.
Austrade is the Australian government’s trade and investment development agency, and has no involvement in the import process into Australia.
Unless exempt, goods may require a permit to be exported. If so, the details must be included in the Export Declaration.
GST (Goods and Services Tax) is a broad-based tax of 10% on most goods, services and other items sold or consumed in Australia and also on most imports of goods.
Exports of goods and services from Australia are generally GST-free - the Australian Tax Office website provides detailed information on this.
The AMAG logo was commissioned by the Federal Government in 1986. The AMAG logo is not for profit and funded by the licence fees businesses pay to use the logo.
Some specific agricultural products have legal and administrative requirements for export.
The Saudi Arabian Standards Organisation (SASO), part of the Saudia Arabian Government, has commissioned INTERTEK to provide this certification. Australian exporters should lodge an enquiry with INTERTEK for further advice on the process.
By 1 March 2019, all air cargo being transported overseas from Australia will need to be examined at piece-level (box, carton, other similar item) or originate from a Known Consigner.
There are a number of testing organisations in Australia that are authorised to provide certification and assessment services, on a commercial basis, in accordance with the technical requirements and regulations of various overseas markets.
The new Austrade experience gives you access to services on demand to take the next step in your export journey and go further, faster.