International Shipping

The Flying Disc Store ships internationally to most countries. The delivery of these orders is dependent on overseas postal services. The Flying Disc Store will provide as much assistance as possible in tracking misdirected items but cannot be responsible for items lost by overseas postal services.  Please find our international shipping costs below.

 Parcel Weight Untracked With Tracking
Under 500g $15 $20
0.5kg - 1kg $25 $30
1kg - 2kg $35 $45
2kg - 5kg Contact Us Contact Us


Standard delivery time for all international orders is approximately 10 business days, but this can vary widely depending on the speed of customs and postal service in your country.

Some international orders may require additional identification before being processed. The transmission of this information to The Flying Disc Store may affect delivery times. The Flying Disc Store reserves the right to request additional identification prior to processing orders originating outside Australia.

 Customs and International Duty

International orders may be subject to local Customs duties and/or local taxes in the country of destination. Please check with your local authority to ascertain applicable rates. Any additional charge must be paid by the recipient.

Understanding Customs Duties and Taxes:

Customs duties are a type of tax imposed on goods when transported across international borders. The purpose of these duties is to protect each country's economy, residents, jobs, environment, etc., by controlling the flow of goods, especially restrictive and prohibited goods, into and out of the country.

Local Taxes:

Apart from customs duties, some countries may apply other types of taxes like value-added tax (VAT), goods and services tax (GST), or sales tax. The application of these taxes depends on the local legislation of the destination country and is usually calculated as a percentage of the value of the goods (including cost of shipping).

Who Pays These Fees?

It is crucial for international buyers to understand that any additional charges for customs clearance or local taxes must be borne by the recipient. This means that the customer is responsible for paying these extra costs.

How to Check Rates and Fees:

To avoid surprises, it's advisable to check with your local customs office to find out more about the customs duties and local taxes you might be expected to pay. Knowing these rates can help you budget more accurately for the total cost of your international order.

Importance of Compliance:

Complying with local customs regulations is essential. Non-compliance can result in delays, confiscation of the order, or other penalties. Therefore, as a recipient, ensuring that all duties and taxes are settled will facilitate a smoother transaction and delivery process.