If you are aged 18 years or over,
• 250 cigarettes, or
• 250 grams of cigars or tobacco products
• 2.25 litres of alcohol
• up to A$900 worth of general goods. (General goods include gifts, souvenirs, cameras, electronic equipment, leather goods, perfume concentrates, jewellery, watches and sporting equipment.)
• Firearms, weapons and ammunition
• Food, plants, animals and biological goods
• Medicinal products
• Protected wildlife and wildlife products
• Heritage-listed goods
• Veterinary products
• Defence and strategic goods
• Currency. There is no limit to the amount of currency you can bring in or out of Australia. However, you must declare amounts of A$10,000 or more in Australian currency or foreign equivalent.
• Heritage-listed goods. You need to apply for a permit to import or export heritage-listed goods including works of art, stamps, coins, archaeological objects, minerals and specimens.
• Veterinary products. Declare all veterinary drugs and medicines. This includes products that contain substances prohibited without a permit.
• Medicines. You need to declare all drugs and medicines including prescription medications, alternative, herbal and traditional medicines, vitamin and mineral preparation formulas to Customs and Border Protection.
• Food, plants, animals and biological goods. Declare all food, plant and animal goods, equipment used with animals, biological materials, soils and sand to Quarantine on arrival.
• Firearms, weapons and ammunition. You must declare all firearms, weapons and ammunition including real and replica firearms.