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Australia Post - tracking packages and shipments

Keep track of Australia Mail parcels and shipments with our free service! All you need to do to track your parcel is enter the tracking number, and then the service will know its location in real time.

How do I track my Australia Mail parcel with

  1. Find out the tracking number of your parcel;
  2. Enter the tracking number of your parcel in the field at the top of the page;
  3. Wait until the service checks the parcel data, it will not take long;
  4. Look at the search results and share them with your friends on social networks;
  5. If you enter your email address, we can send you changes in the status of your parcel automatically without your participation.

Australia Mail - Tracking number format

# - letter; * - digit; ! - letter or digit

Australia Mail - information about carrier

The Australian Postal Corporation, operating as Australia Post (or AusPost), is the government organisation enterprise that supplies postal services in Australia. The head workplace of Australia Post is located in Bourke Street, Melbourne, which likewise acts as a post office.

Australia Post is the successor of the Postmaster-General's Department (PMG), which was established at Federation in 1901 as the follower to the colonial post services. In 1975, the PMG was eliminated and its postal functions were taken control of by the Australian Postal Commission. The company's present name and structure were embraced in 1989 as part of a procedure of corporatization.

Prior to colonial control of mail began in 1809, mail was usually handed down by ad hoc arrangements made in between transporters, storekeepers and settlers. These arrangements were versatile and depended on the cooperation of the nation individuals. It was common for early inhabitants to ride lots of miles out of their way to deliver neighbors' mail that had been collected from casual distribution points.

The very first organization of postal service in Australia commenced in 1809 with the appointment in Sydney of the very first Postmaster of New South Wales. He was an English ex-convict, Isaac Nichols, who took the post operating from his house in George Street, Sydney. His main task was to organize parcels and letters showing up by ship, to prevent the chaos of people hurrying aboard ships as quickly as they got here at Sydney's wharves. Nichols would select up the mail and post a list of receivers outside his house. He would promote in the Sydney Gazette the names of all those who got mail. Receivers paid a fixed price of one shilling per letter to collect mail from Nichols' home, with parcels costing more depending upon how heavy they were. VIP addressees were accorded individual shipment by Nichols.

The Postal Act of 1825 permitted the guv to repair postage rates and select postmasters outside Sydney, making it possible for the first arranged postal service. Letter shipments began in 1828 and posting boxes initially appeared in 1831. Stamps were not required in those days, as the addressee paid for the letter, not the sender.

Postal services grew throughout the Australian colonies as they were established. A routine overland service between Sydney and Melbourne, Port Phillip District started in 1838. Likewise in 1838, the first pre-paid "stamped" letter sheets were presented in Sydney. By 1849, consistent postal rates were established by contract in between the colonies. Pre-paid adhesive stamps were introduced in the 1850s. Victoria was the first to make a prepayment by stamps required in 1852. The regular monthly steamship sea-mail to the United Kingdom was established in 1856. The separate colonies signed up with the Universal Postal Union in 1891.

Following the federation in 1901, the colonial mail systems were combined into the Postmaster-General's Department (PMG). This body was accountable for telegraph and domestic telephone operations along with postal mail. Airmail service was introduced in 1914. The world's very first large-scale mechanical mail sorting system was introduced in Australia (according to Australia Post), and operational in the Sydney GPO in 1967. This coincided with the introduction of the current system of 4-digit postal codes in Australia.

One of these was the Australian Postal Commission, trading as Australia Post. It continues to trade as Australia Post.

Under changes to the APC Act that came into result in March 2008, quarantine evaluation officers of a state or territory are licensed to request Australia Post to open for examination packets and parcels sent from interstate which they believe may include quarantine product. The legislation also authorizes Australia Post to get rid of from the mail short articles that are presumed of being rip-off mail.

The 200th anniversary of postal services was commemorated in 2009.

Responding to competitive pressures, Australia Post continued to expand its item and service range in 2019, having actually bought extensive technology-based infrastructure programs. It operates in 3 core locations: letters and associated services; retail product and firm services; and parcels and logistics. It has a number of subsidiaries and joint ventures, including Sai Cheng Logistics International-a joint-venture logistics company established with China Post in 2005.

Australia Post operates routine mail shipment as well as an express/courier service through Messenger Post (Now trading as Startrack Courier). It provides mail every day of the week.

Australia Post is self-funding and utilizes its properties and resources to produce earnings, which can be reinvested in the company or returned as dividends to its sole shareholder, the Commonwealth Government. Under its community service obligations, Australia Post is committed to supplying an accessible, reliable and inexpensive letter service for all Australians anywhere they live.

Under the Australian Postal Corporation Act 1989, letters up to 250 grams are booked to Australia Post - other people and organisations can just carry them if they charge 4 times the fundamental postage rate. All of the other goods and services supplied by Australia Post are offered in completely competitive markets and, in 2005 - 06, almost 90% of the corporation's revenue (from common activities before net interest and tax) originated from offering services and products in competitive markets.

Australia Post runs in 3 core markets: letters and associated services; firm services and retail product; and parcels and logistics that cover both domestic and international markets.

Australia Mail - Parcel tracking statuses

Item arrived in destination country bag scanned by local Post
Shipment confirmation
Item despatched to Transshipment hub
Item arrived
Received by line-haul
Uplifted from Transshipment Hub
Arrived at facility
Awaiting Collection at MENTONE EAST LPO
Arrived at facility in destination country
Carded - awaiting collection
Delivered to community mailbox, parcel locker or apt./condo mailbox
Arrived at Facility
Item processed
Awaiting collection at BRIGHTON DC
Picked Up from Sender
Awaiting Collection at NEW FARM POST SHOP
Item in transit
Arrived at Post Office
Arrived at USPS Regional Destination Facility
Outbound in sorting center
Airline departed from original country
International arrival - awaiting clearance
On board with driver
Processed through facility
Processed Through Facility
Received by overseas carrier
Import clearance success
Processed at origin hub
Awaiting Collection at ROCKINGHAM DC
Item Lodged
Transfer to delivery agent
Cleared and awaiting international departure
Electronic information submitted by shipper
Onboard for Delivery
Received item from Sender (Outbound)
Item out for delivery
Inbound in sorting center
Received shipment
Received by Australia Post
Item was released by Customs and is now with Canada Post for processing
In transit
Departure from outward office of exchange
Delivery status not updated. The delivery status for this item has not been updated as of August 27, 2017, 1:43 am.
Distribution to PO Box in Progress
Received by air carrier for international departure
Return item from customs (Otb)
Item received into Customs for clearance
Item departed
Scheduled for delivery processing
Shipment picked up by Canada Post
Attempted delivery - Unable to gain access
Hand over to airline
Arrived awaiting clearance (Inbound)
Accepted by carrier
Security check successed
Attempted delivery - redirected to Post Office
Sorting Complete
Import clearance start
Awaiting Collection at MIDLAND DC
Waiting for pickup
Scheduled for despatch
Item processed at facility
Customer Enquiry lodged
Item arrived in destination country bag scanned at destination facility
Attempted delivery