Thousands of visitors from India to Australia is now stranded and with a dire need for medication from India in Australia. Elderly parents visiting Australia is out of stock with their prescribed medication and its very difficult to bring them from India as lockdown of commercial flights internationally continues due to the obvious reason of COVID19, global pandemic crippling the entire world. Elderly parents requiring medication from India, now living with their next generations, were not prepared for this deadlock in air transport industry and now in a very difficult situation. They are not only running out of social touch, it has become harder to maintain their health while they are overseas and they are realising that they are in an unknown territory.
DTDC Australia wanted to be on the side of the elderly parents, in need of medications from India, were not prepared for this situation. DTDC Australia will provide door to door service with an estimated delivery time of 5-7 business days(minimum) from the day of dispatch from India with online tracking and signature on delivery, excludes customs duty and taxes in the destination country.
There are rules about bringing medication from India or any other country and medical devices into Australia. Many medicines and medical devices can be brought with you into Australia as long as they are for your personal use. Some require a permit and others cannot be brought with you at all.
International visitors and people coming back from holidays can bring in most medicines and medical devices under the traveller’s exemption.
It is against the law to bring medicines and medical devices into Australia to give to someone else.
There are also special rules for athletes and sporting teams.
Please visit our web site (www.dtdcaustralia.com.au) to book for a collection.
1. Customs declaration form filled up and signed by Sender.
Original Invoice with complete details of content, dosage and description of the Medicine as per the prescription for 90 days maximum. Extra is not permitted.
2. Sender’s photo ID/KYC( Aadhar Card, Passport Copy, Voter ID ( Any One ).
3. Dr’s prescription from a local Dr in Australia. ( Not more than 3 months old only).
4. Dr’s prescription from India( Not more than 3 months old only).
Original Doctor’s Prescription with Signature/Stamp of the Doctor with Registration number needed for both countries. (not older than 6 months)
5. Original tReceipt of purchase in India(3 months old only)
6. Authorization Letter(Original duly signed by the shipper)
7. Medicine listed in NDPS / NDPS listed drugs as Ingredients not accepted / Paracetamol /Tablets for Fever/Hydroxychloquine etc not allowed
Value of the medication can not exceed more than twenty thousand Rupees.
Be careful when bringing herbal and traditional medicines with you to Australia. The Australian Border Force need to be able to identify what the substances are, so that they can determine if the products are subject to any import restrictions. Additionally they may contain ingredients from endangered plants which are subject to import controls and require a permit. This includes Hoodia and weight loss products derived from Hoodia.
Sports teams and athletes must comply with special rules when visiting Australia to participate in a national or international sporting event.
Visiting sports teams and athletes should prepare for their visit to Australia well in advance. Organisers should follow these general rules:
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