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Yes you can, but they must be declared upon entry. once declared one of a few things will happen: they may be asked where they obtained them from, and if they're not travelling from a high risk country and you bought them from a reputable source, i.e. a toy store, they might be waved through without visual inspection. You can take these declared goods with you to the clearance point where they will be assessed by a biosecurity officer and may be inspected. alternatively, you can voluntarily dispose of food, plant material or animal products in bins located in the terminal. goods sent to australia must be accurately described on the postal declaration label. I have seen a great piece of art that is done by burning the design into wood and would love to purchase one to bring home as a gift, but am unsure if i will get it in to australia. i have looked on the customs website and it kind of implies that as long as the wood has no bark on it and no signs of disease/pests that i should be okay. We have brought back wood and woven items on both bali trips last trip we had one large duffle bag just full of wooden carved pieces some up to half a metre in length we had sprayed all our pieces with bushmans spray, just pop each piece into a plastic bag, spray and tape it up well once it has dried, give it a few hours and that way you can see if any insects are laying at bottom of bag. Taking wood into australia is a real problem, they are extremely strict about any type of wood going into australia, i wouldn't risk it if i were you as they are so fastidious at customs check points and will more than likely confiscate them, they have such tight security checks you won't get a splinter through.
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You will be required to provide a detailed packing list (for example, if you have ‘furniture’ you should declare what the furniture is made up of e.g. ‘wooden furniture’). for more information see: moving to austr alia or importing personal effects/household goods arriving in australia? declare it! 3. inspection at the border. A guide to what you can and can't bring in to the country . when you’re travelling overseas or importing items, you need to know that some items can’t be brought back with you and for others you need to get permission. Wooden toys are a speciality that we are serious about, our incredible range collects the best wooden toys available today. here is a collection of our favourite timber toys, all crafted from sustainable timbers and finishes with non toxic, child safe paints and finishes. A guide to what you can and can't bring in to the country . when you’re travelling overseas or importing items, you need to know that some items can’t be brought back with you and for others you need to get permission. Fruits, vegetables and eggs like these can’t be brought into new zealand. nor can most meats, honey, cooking ingredients, herbs, and seeds or spices… anything made of plants or wood can carry unwanted pests or diseases that could destroy our natural environment. put any items you aren’t sure about in the airport amnesty bins.