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Wakeboard Inboard Boat Propellers to Australia!

WakePROPS is excited to announce less expensive shipping services for our Australian customers. Riders in the southern hemisphere deserve the same fast and affordable access to the full line of Wake board propellers available to our customers in North America. We've worked hard to reduce our costs, so you can get the best possible wakeboard boat propellers for your boat without spending more than you would locally, and without waiting for weeks to get your gear.

Why Buy Wakeboard Boat Propellers From WakePROPS?
There are many reasons to buy your wakeboard boat propellers from WakePROPS.com, but here are a few specifically for our Australian customers.

  • - You'll save money by buying your wakeboard boat propellers at WakePROPS.com and having us ship it directly to your door, even when you factor in the cost of shipping. We are able to maintain lower prices based on the the fact that we do not charge any sales taxes on our side of the pond coupled with the great exchange rates because of a strong AUD.
  • - You get the convenience of shopping from your couch, with delivery to your door in just a few days.
  • - Get access to our PROP experts and their experience generating the best possible propeller behind your particular boat make and model.

Every order ships within 24 hours (click here for more information on availability and shipping) and is typically delivered within 3 – 14 business days depending on the shipping method selected. We offer UPS Expedited and UPS Express International or USPS Priority International (Parcel Post) shipping options. Orders shipped to Australia will be shipped with Duties and Taxes due on delivery (that's the law, but you won't pay any brokerage fees).

International Shipping (Australia and New Zealand)
USPS Priority International 6-10 Business Days
UPS Standard 10-14 Business Days
UPS Expedited 2 Business Days (Canada)
5 Business Days (Australia & New Zealand)
UPS Worldwide Express Saver 1 Business Day (Canada)
3 Business Days (Australia & New Zealand)

Australia Duty & Tax Information:
All good imported into Australia are subject to assessment for duty, Goods and Services Tax (GST is payable on most goods at a rate of 10%) and other taxes and charges even if you imported those goods for your own use. Generally, there is no requirement to pay duty and Goods and Services Tax (GST) on imported goods valued at or below $1000 AUD, except for alcohol and/or tobacco products. Imported goods with a value at or below $1000 AUD that arrive by air or sea cargo will require a self-assessed clearance (SAC) declaration to be lodged with Customs and Border Protection. Goods with a value at or below $1000 AUD that arrive by USPS Priority Mail International post do not require a SAC declaration. All goods (except for tobacco and alcoholic beverages) may be imported duty and tax free if the value of the goods is $1000 AUD or less.

Further information can be found on the Customs website www.customs.gov.au. Should you require further information relating to importing goods please send an email to the Australian Customs Information and Support Centre information@customs.gov.au.


New Zealand Duty & Tax Information:

Goods mailed into New Zealand may be subject to import duty. Import duties are calculated on the Customs value of the goods in New Zealand dollars. The goods may also be subject to Goods and Services Tax (GST) of 15%, based on the Customs value of the goods, and including the duty (if any) and postal/courier charges. Goods liable for duty and GST of NZ$60 or more cannot be released until the charges are paid. There will also be an import entry transaction fee (IETF) and MPI biosecurity system entry levy.

To apply for a client code: Complete the Client code application (NZCS 224) form. Email or fax to Customs via the email or fax number provided on the Client code application form. If your goods are valued at over NZ$1,000, you will need a client code and a supplier code. These are unique numbers that identify you, as the importer, and also your supplier.

Further information can be found on the Customs website Customs.Govt.NZ.

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