Shipping from Australia to Malaysia

Haulx is an all-in-one freight forwarding company that offers shipping services from Australia to Malaysia, including cities such as Melbourne, Perth and Canberra.

We offer a comprehensive selection of services that cater to all your shipping requirements, such as customs clearance, warehousing and freight insurance.

Need to ship from Melbourne, Australia to Malaysia? Get a free quote for your shipment now!

How Long Does Shipping from Australia to Malaysia Take

Shipping durations from Australia to Malaysia vary depending on the chosen method. Air freight generally ranges from 3 to 7 days, offering a quicker option for delivery. Alternatively, sea freight for door-to-door deliveries typically takes approximately 14 to 28 days, providing a more cost-effective solution. 

However, the exact time frame depends on the specific pickup and drop-off locations in both countries. For a personalised and accurate estimation tailored to your needs, feel free to get in touch with us for detailed information.

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Cost of Shipping from Australia to Malaysia

The cost of shipping from Australia to Malaysia is dependent on various factors such as the type of shipping used, the weight and volume of the cargo, type of goods and customs duties.

You may refer to the table for an estimated cost of shipping based on the weight of your cargo:

Weight of CargoEstimated Cost of Shipping from Australia to Malaysia
1kgRM 30 – RM 55
2kgRM 55 – RM 110
3kgRM 125 – RM 165
5kgRM 200 – RM 265
10kgRM 730 – RM 1165
25kgRM 1545 – RM 2905
50kgRM 1930 – RM 2285

The prices mentioned above are for reference only, and we offer a wide range of parcel and pallet delivery services to and from Malaysia. For instance, shipping small and lightweight parcels may cost as low as RM 30 – RM 110. 

For an exact quote, kindly contact us with more information about your shipping requirements

Shipping from Australia to West Malaysia

Regardless of the actual or volumetric weight, the shipping cost is fixed at RM54 per kilogram. There is also no weight limit per shipment.

Shipping from Australia to East Malaysia

The shipping cost depends on the weight of the shipment. If the actual weight is less than 10kg or the volumetric weight is under 14kg, the cost is calculated at RM 30 per kilogram. 

However, if the weight exceeds 10kg or the volumetric weight surpasses 14kg, the chargeable weight (in kg) is multiplied by RM 30. There’s no weight limit per shipment.

Additional Charges

Additional charges may apply based on your parcel’s weight and size:

  • Parcels over 25kg will incur an overweight surcharge of RM 45 per parcel.
  • For packages over 35kg, a heavy surcharge of RM 90 per parcel will be applied.
  • Parcels exceeding 120 cm in size will face an oversized surcharge of RM75 per parcel.

Why Choose Haulx Malaysia?

Guaranteed Compensation Policy

Our team of experts is committed to handling any issues that may arise during the shipping process in a timely and effective manner. 

In the event that your shipment is lost or damaged due to errors or mishaps, we will provide you with fair compensation.

Comprehensive Shipping Solutions

As a specialist in freight forwarding, Haulx offers a diverse range of shipping and logistics solutions customised to meet your specific needs. 

We provide freight services across numerous locations worldwide, including:

FAQs About Shipping from Australia to Malaysia

Australia’s trade with Malaysia is diverse, spanning exports such as mineral fuels, machinery, and wood. Despite challenges, Malaysia’s resilient economy offers promising opportunities across sectors like food, digital economy, and healthcare. 

Malaysian consumers particularly seek Australian cereals, meats, dairy, electronics, and precious stones, presenting lucrative prospects for Australian exporters.

Certain goods are prohibited or restricted when importing into Malaysia. Prohibited items include reproductions of Malaysian currency, indecent media, piranha fish, turtle eggs, fabric with Quran verses, and hazardous chemicals. 

Restricted goods, such as corals, explosives, pesticides, pharmaceuticals, and safety equipment, require licensing or permits from Malaysian authorities before importation. It is crucial to adhere to these regulations to ensure smooth customs clearance and compliance with Malaysian laws.

From January 1, 2024, a 10% sales tax will be applied to low-value goods (LVG) sold in online marketplaces and imported into Malaysia, provided their value does not exceed 500 Malaysian ringgit (MYR). The tax is based on the sale value of LVG and excludes transportation and insurance costs, as well as other applicable taxes or duties. 

Suppliers of LVG outside Malaysia must also register if their total sales value exceeds 500,000 MYR within 12 months. To prevent double taxation, international senders of LVG to Malaysia must provide their tax identification number (TIN) on customs declarations or risk delays in customs clearance.