What are Duty Free limitations?
YOUR DUTY FREE ALLOWANCES
|Australia||2.25 Litres||A$900 limit on all other goods|
|China||2 Litres||Reasonable quantity|
|Fiji||2.25 Litres||Reasonable quantity|
|Hong Kong||1 Litre||250 EDT|
|Indonesia||1 Litre||Reasonable quantity|
|Japan||2.25 Litres||2oz or 60g of perfumes|
|New Zealand||1.125 Litres||Reasonable quantity|
|Philippines||2 Litres||Reasonable quantity|
|Singapore||1 Litre||Reasonable quantity|
|Thailand||1 Litre||Reasonable quantity|
|USA||1 Litre||US$400 limit|
|Vietnam||1.5 Litres||Reasonable quantity|
The list above is a guide only and does not provide complete information for each country listed.
Amounts shown per passenger are correct at September 2014 but are subject to change without
notice. Passengers should make their own enquiries as to the applicable duty free allowances in
their country of destination. Please note that passengers under the age 18 years (21 years for USA),
are not entitled to an alcohol allowance and must show proof of age identification on board. Some
beauty products exceed 100ml, and all liquor items are 700ml or over. If you are transiting into
Australia, then your liquid purchases will now need to be packed into a Secure Tamper Evident Bag
- STEB. Please ask your flight attendant for one. Present this, along with your proof of purchase for
security screening on arrival at your gateway airport.
For full information about duty free concessions into Australia visit www.customs.gov.au.
For full security information regarding Liquid, Aerosols and Gels transiting through Australia, please visit www.travelsecure.infrastructure.gov.au.