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檢疫法例

澳洲的檢疫法例非常嚴格:多種食物、植物和動物產品和某些藥物,以及所有毒品、類固醇、武器、槍械和野生保護動物均嚴禁入境。有些物品必須報關才可帶入澳洲境內。否則,你會被罰款。你可參閱“有甚麼是我不能帶進澳洲的?”。這是由“澳洲檢疫及檢查服務部”(澳大利亞檢疫檢驗局)所印製,若你對所攜 帶之物品能否帶入境有所懷疑,可先作申報或向AQIS查詢。

免稅物品

攜帶入境之物品有可能需要繳付關稅和銷售稅,不過,入境旅客可免稅攜帶以下物品:
2250亳升的酒精及250支香煙或250克雪茄或煙草製品(只限十八歲以上的旅客攜帶);
大部份個人物品例如新衣物、鞋和個人衞生/美容產品; 已擁有或已使用超過12個月的個人電子產品可攜帶入境而不需要繳稅(或需出示購買日期之證明); 若攜帶入境之物品價超過上限$900澳元,你需要為超額之物品繳付稅項。

申報提示

当您进出澳大利亚时,随身行李可以携带的物品有所限制。在國際機場辦理登機後,你將獲派一張澳洲入境旅卡,你必須在到達澳洲機場的海關檢查站前填妥這卡,申報所有涉及澳洲海關、移民,檢疫和貨幣法。在過關時每一件行李都會被審查或經 X-光檢查﹐如果您未正确填写出境旅客申报卡或进行虚假申报,将予处罚。

辦理完入境手續和領回行李後,你便可前往出口,若有物品需要申報,則必須使用申報通道。

如想了解更多申報信息,請查閱:http://www.customs.gov.au/site/page4258.asp

溫馨提示

  • 確保到達後有足夠的現金應用;
  • 自己收拾行李﹐讓您可以正確地在入境旅客卡上申報物品
  • 細閱食物包裝上的標籤﹐確保它們沒有含有違禁品的成份
  • 影印所有文件和證件放在家裏作為後備之用;
  • 將所有重要文件及證件都放在手提行李內,因你下機後便可能立即需要出示這些文件及證件;
  • 你需要申報的物品放在容易拿取的地方;
  • 經濟客位之寄艙行李重量限制為20千克,故此小心選擇你需要攜帶的物品;
  • 確保所有行李上均有你的姓名、聯絡地址和學校地址等的資料;
  • 行李箱需要有鎖或箱帶以確保安全;
  • 切勿幫助不認識的人攜帶手提袋或任何物品,因為當中可能藏有違禁品;
  • 坐在飛機椅上太久會令身體不適,故最好經常站立和在機艙內行走,舒展筋骨;
  • 若乘坐夜機,最好帶備耳塞和眼罩;

若有任何疑問,可隨時向相關職員查詢,他們都會很樂意為你提供協助。

Tips for Travellers

DO’S

DO

Make yourself aware of Customs, quarantine (Agriculture), wildlife, currency and duty/tax free regulations listed in this brochure.

DO

Be aware that penalties for possession of drugs can result in heavy fines, imprisonment or even the death penalty in some countries.

DO

Ask a Customs officer if you are in doubt about any articles over your duty/tax free allowance on the Incoming Passengers Card, which will be given to you before arriving in Australia.

DO

Pack goods to be declared so they are easy to access for Customs examination. This helps speed up your clearance.

DO

Arrange for sufficient medicines to meet your personal medical needs. Check with the embassy of the country you are visiting to ensure your medicine is legal there. Obtain a doctor’s letter stating who the medicines are for, what they are, the dosage, and leave medicines in their original packaging. For more information, please visit http://www.medicareaustralia.gov.au.

DON’Ts

DON'T

Carry goods for other people. If you do and the goods are prohibited or restricted, you will be held responsible.

DON'T

Believe you are ‘not the type’. Customer offices may select people and their baggage for detailed examination for a number of reasons. Selection should not be seen as a reflection on a person’s integrity or character.

DON'T

Provide false or misleading information to Customs. Penalties for false information (such as false receipts) are severe and may result in your goods being taken from you.

DON'T

Break the law in other countries. The power of the Australian Government is limited and you are subject to the laws of that country.

DON'T

Expect your unaccompanied baggage to receive the same duty/tax free concessions as goods you bring with you.

DON'T

take prescription medicines subsidised under Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) overseas, unless they're for your own use or the use of someone travelling with you. A $5000 fine and/or a two-year jail sentence is the penalty for dealing with PBS medicine in a way other than which it was meant. For more information phone Medicare Australia's Travelling with PBS medicine inquiry line: 1800 500 147, or visit http://www.medicareaustralia.gov.au.

DON'T

bring back pirated and counterfeit goods. Copyright piracy and trade mark counterfeiting are illegal. In some circumstances pirated and counterfeit goods imported into Australia are liable to seizure by Customs and people importing such goods may be subject to civil litigation or criminal prosecution.

最近更新在 2012年 01月 06日