Can You Buy Duty Free After Returning To Australia?

You can buy general goods duty free up to your duty free limits if you are returning to Australia.

How much duty free are you allowed into Australia?

If you are aged 18 years or over, you can bring 2.25 litres of alcoholic beverages duty free into Australia with you, regardless of whether you are travelling as a passenger or crew member. All alcoholic beverages in accompanied baggage are included in this category, regardless of where or how they were purchased.

Can I buy duty free if I have a connecting flight?

Travelers who buy alcohol or other liquids at those duty-free airport shops abroad can bring them into the United States on an international flight and carry them onto a connecting flight. This slight relaxing of the TSA’s 3-1-1 rule affects only some people returning home to the United States from other countries.

What happens if you bring more than 50 cigarettes into Australia?

You can bring 50 cigarettes per person, in practical terms this is usually 3 packets of 20 per adult. Once you go over that, you have to pay tax which works out to about $80 per carton of 200 smokes. If you bring more & don’t declare, then you forfeit any duty free concession and can be asked to pay double the tax.

Can you take 200 cigarettes into Australia?

Travellers arriving in Australia

You’re allowed to bring in duty-free: one unopen packet of up to 25 cigarettes or 25 grams of other tobacco products.