Shipping

Postage within Australia

We use Australia Post for all our shipping.

Standard Post

 

  • Large Letter NO TRACKING- for single or small items $4.50
  • Flat rate of $ 8.30 -  for orders weighing up to 500 g
  • Flat rate of $11.00 - for orders weighing 501 g - 1 kg
  • Flat rate of $13.00 - for orders weighing 1kg – 3 kg

 Standard Post please allow 2-6 working days.

Express Post

  • $11.55 - for orders weighing up to 500 g.
  • $17.30 - for orders weighing from 501 g up to 3 kg

Express Post allow 1-2 working days depending on your location.

All parcels have a tracking code emailed to you once your order has been processed.

FREE shipping within Australia for orders over $75.00

If no-one is present at your delivery address to receive your order, a card will be left and your parcel will be sent to the nearest post office where you will be required to sign for collection. To guarantee delivery, we recommend sending the order to your workplace or somewhere someone will be present weekdays to receive it between 9am - 5 pm.

Please ensure that you have supplied the correct address and, if sending to your place of work, include the company name and at least one contact telephone number.

 

International Customers

We do ship internationally when you check out your shipping price will be calculated for you. If your required destination is not appearing please send an email stating the items you wish to purchase, including the product name, size and colour you wish to purchase. We will reply with the best shipping rates for you.

 

 Gift Wrapping & Gift Notes

 The contents of your order will arrive boxed and will include:

  • Tulle hosiery storage bag

If you are sending a gift to a family member or friend and would like to include a note we can handwrite it for you on one of our special gift cards. Just remember to write your message at checkout.

 

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