What It Costs

Our Professional Fees

24hr Standard Clearance – $77
3hr Priority Clearance – $132

Customs/Government Fees

5% Customs Duty + 10% GST +
$50 Electronic Customs Entry Fee

Benefits to using our Customs Brokers

Faster – Receive the goods in your hands up to 9 Business Days earlier
Easier – No need to fill out the B374 or find a tariff classification
Risk Free – Waive your liability to fines (up to $2,550) for an incorrect B374
Cheaper – Yes, in 83% of cases it’s even cheaper than B374 self-lodgement

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Customs Charges Explained


Maximum additional cost
to doing it yourself.

A Practical Example


Customs Duty is calculated as a percentage of the goods value or Customs Value (CV) of your consignment. Depending on the products, the applicable duty rate can be anywhere from 0% to 10%, however most goods attract a 5% duty rate.

Customs GST is calculated at 10% of the Value of the Taxable Import (VoTI). The VoTI is calculated by the addition of the Customs Value (CV) PLUS the Duty PLUS the value of the International Transport and Insurance (T&I).

How the duty and GST is calculated on goods valued at AUD$1000 which attract a 5% duty rate would be:

The Customs duty @ 5% of the AUD$1,000 (CV) = $ 50.00
If the international transport and insurance (T&I) = $ 150.00
Then the VoTI = (CV) + duty + (T&I) = $1200.00
GST is 10% of the VoTI = 10% x $1200 = $120.00
Total duty and GST Payable $170.00

Total import charges you would expect to pay to have the goods in this example cleared by us:

Customs Duty $50.00
Customs GST $120.00
Customs Entry Fee $50.00
24hr Customs Clearance $77.00
Subtotal $297.00
1.50% Credit Card Surcharge $4.45
Total Import Charges $301.45

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By ticking this box you are electronically signing this declaration, therefore it bears the same legal responsibilities (including liability to penalty) as if it were physically signed by yourself.

Note: Making this declaration doesnot immediately result in a duty exemption. The goods still need to be evaluated by our brokers for compliance with all other applicable legislative requirements.