Sending Your Gift Hamper from Australia to France
Want to send the best Australian gift possible to Paris, Marseille, Lyon, Toulouse, Nice, Strasbourg, Montpellier, Bordeaux or more? You’ve come to the right place! We send all-year around thank-you, birthday and just because gift hampers, as well as our Christmas hampers and corporate hampers to France.
Our $80 delivery fee we charge is inclusive of freight; any taxes and duties due in France; as well as door to door tracking of your gift. See here for more information on our general international delivery policy.
Because of the very, very high duties France charges for alcohol coming into the country from Australia, we do not send gift hampers with alcohol in them. Sorry! If you were really after just wine, the best way is to go through a supplier in France who already holds stock of Australian wine as a stand alone import / export business.
- (If you really would like us to add a bottle of wine and are happy to pay an additional $80/ bottle on top of the cost of the wine and on top of the cost of freight, please call us on 1300 542 716 and we’d be happy to arrange it)
How long does it take to get to France?
Once your order is dispatched (please allow 24 hours), average delivery to France is 4-5 days. In extreme circumstances to rural areas, delivery can take longer due to local customs requirements outside major cities.
We cannot be held accountable or liable for any delayed circumstances beyond our control.
We use DHL Express and we will send you tracking details of your parcel so you can see where it is in real-time. We will watch it too, and let you know when it has arrived and been signed for.
Any Special Requirements?
Lately items to France are going through extra security. When you order your gift hamper, please ensure you add both a local French phone number AND email address of the recipient to help customs get the parcel through in the most efficient manner. This also helps if the receiver is not home when DHL Express deliver the gift – they will contact them via phone or email to rearrange delivery.
NEED MORE ADVICE?
Here’s our blog on the 5 biggest mistakes Australians make when sending gifts to France