Aussie Slang Magnet
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Australian made fridge magnet featuring famous Aussie Slang words.
Excellent, Very Good.
Exclamation showing approval, often spelt as bewdy (to represent Australian pronunciation). In use since the 1850s.
Fair or true.
To proclaim a fact or truth in a statement. Often used by itseff as a rhetorical question to express astonishment verging on disbelief.
Excellent, Very Good.
It is an expression of approval or one used as a generally positive reaction
You're welcome; no problem; that's alright; expression of forgiveness or reassurance.
Represents feelings of friendliness, good humour, optimism and "mateship" in Australian culture.
Definitely, that's correct.
An exclamation meaning 'I agree'.
Term of approval, sometimes ironic.
Can be used as a genuine congratulatory expression but is also used in a snide or sarcastic way in response to someone or something particularly foolish or irritating.
Dimensions (cm): 5.4 x 8
(Card backing) 9.5 x 13
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Customs Fees / Duties / Taxes
Goods Purchased Online for Personal Use
You may be charged customs duties and taxes for something purchased online because:
- Duties and taxes are most typically not included in the price of the goods you purchase online, and might not be included in the overall shipping costs you pay to the online retailer.
- When purchasing goods online, some or all of these goods may not originate in the country you reside in, therefore are subject to a customs duty, which is a tariff or tax imposed on goods when transported across international borders.
- When goods are not shipped domestically (within your country) or within a single customs union, such as the European Union, you are liable to pay any inbound duties and taxes which your local customs authority deems appropriate.
What is payable, if anything, depends on where the goods are sent from and to, the type of goods, their transactional value and the weight of the package.
Any customs fees, duties and taxes payable are the responsibility of the customer when the parcel arrives in its destination country. A handy website to calculate any cost that may be incurred is Duty Calculator.
Gifts Bought Online:
A gift is defined as something sent directly by one private individual to another and such goods do not attract import tax if the value is below stated local thresholds.
Ordering and paying for goods that originate outside of your country or customs territory for shipping to a person other than the purchaser does not satisfy the customs definition of being a gift.
UK govt website with exact info about charges for receiving goods from non EU countries by post (goods and post costs combined over £134.00GBP about $200.00AU may incur a customs fee) https://www.gov.uk/goods-sent-from-abroad/tax-and-duty
UK Royal Mail site for tracking parcels - same Aus Post tracking numbers apply
Links to EU countries’ various customs regulations