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Taking Wool into Australia

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Guest mum2four

Hi,

 

We are moving to Australia in April next year.

This forum has been great and a lot of the questions that I had re items that I could take into Australia have already been answered.

 

I was wondering if anyone knows how it works with wool products?

I have read that your not allowed to take wool into Australia, does this mean I have to leave all my shop bought jumpers and cardigans behind?

When we went on holiday to Melbourne 5 years ago, we had a sheepskin liner in the buggy which wasn't picked up on.

I'm really panicking now as I have some lovely jumpers and cardigans and also Ugg boots, that I would hate to have to leave behind.

 

I also have another quick question regarding jewelery. I have an antique pearl necklace and also an old coral necklace. Do I have to declare these to customs, and if I do will I be allowed to keep them?

 

Thanks :smile: hopefully someone can help me!

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it's only untreated wool that needs declaring. anything knitted or processed (including ugg boots) are fine.

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Guest mum2four

Thank you so much for your responses - my mind has been boggling with all the customs stuff! :err:

 

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