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Importation

Importing or exporting firearms in Australia

Most firearms, ammunition and related components require permission in order to be imported or exported in Australia. The Australian Border Force (formerly the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service) can assist you in determining which authority you need to contact to obtain the relevant permission to import or export these items.

Mailing firearms or firearm parts

Firearms, parts, explosives and highly flammable substances require permission in order to be posted for delivery within Australia or overseas. Australia Post can advise you about the safety regulations for sending these items via road or air.

Legal information

The Australasian Legal Information Institute (AustLII) is a free online legal resource. A joint facility of the University of Technology Sydney and University of New South Wales Faculties of Law, with a broad public policy to improve access to justice, the AustLII allows you to search through more than four million documents concerning legislation, court judgements, commentaries and summaries of the law such as Firearms Acts, Weapons Amendments Bills, hunting seasons and more.

The World Legal Information Institute (WorldLII) is a free, independent and non-profit global legal research facility. Developed collaboratively by a number of international legal institutes and organisations, the WorldLII includes more than 270 databases from 48 jurisdictions in 20 countries, allowing you to search case-laws, legislation, treaties, law reform reports, law journals and other materials.

National E-newsletter

The SSAA National E-newsletter is a subscription email service available FREE of charge to SSAA members. It includes current and upcoming news, views and events about firearms ownership, sport shooting and recreational hunting issues, important SSAA news, special offers and time-sensitive news.

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