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Old 07-03-2013, 10:06 AM
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I had brought things in from Europe all wooden furniture, the department responsable for the Quarantine here in Australia told me there would be a charge of 400 dollars for them to hold the items and check them, i paid 375 dollars and within a couple of days they released everything, i had quite allot of furniture lol so i didnt pay too much considering. This was April this year, if you need more help on who to contact let me know and i will pass on the info to you.


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I think importing of furniture from outside is very expensive.Now in Australia you can also find many companies which are providing all kind of furniture.They are providing all kind of furniture like furniture for home, cafes, restaurants, pubs, bars, clubs, hotels.

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dear sir,
in my opinion,importing wodden furniture from asia to australia is too risky and costly.you must buy the wardrobe/wodden furniture frrom australia itself.there is lot of Built in and walk in wardrobe design servicing shops are available.I suggest a wardrobe design company Robetek Industries.

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Me and my husband were in same worry 3 months ago . We were not having much money to buy good wooden furniture . One of our relative suggested us to buy furniture from OZ Design and Harvey Norman stores . These store are having furniture bit cheaper than others and will cost less than even importing to Australia. So try once.

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You could try looking in some 2nd hand wooden furniture shops, but I found them to be a bit expensive. Try looking in Vinnies (charity shop) for some cheaper stuff.

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