Your PACK & SEND Personalised Shipping Assistant is here to help during Mandatory Self Isolation

As of 11:59pm Saturday 28 March 2020, all return travellers arriving in Australia will be required to undertake their mandatory 14 day quarantine/self-isolation at designated facilities such as a Hotel.

Forced quarantine is intended to reduce the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Australia and will take place in the city where the international flight first disembarks. As a result, many people will be self-isolated in a hotel room away from their home.

PACK & SEND can personally assist with any deliveries to and from your self-isolation address. We are open for business and here to provide a range of unique solutions during these unprecedented times. We can provide contactless pick and delivery that complies with social distancing measures.

  • Need something from home such as books, clothes or a laptop computer? We can personally pick them up from your home and send them to you in quarantine on an express courier service.
  • Brought an item home with you from overseas – and want to send it to someone else, urgently? PACK & SEND can arrange to collect it from you, then pack and send it out.  Whether it be a document, a gift or a whole bag or suitcase of belongings, we can take care of it.

How do I get a quote for Personalised Shipping Assistance? 
Call us on 1300 668 000, press 1, then enter the postcode of where you want your goods picked up from. You'll be connected to the local PACK & SEND team to discuss your needs and get a customised quote. Please let us know upfront if you or someone at the pickup or delivery address is in forced coronavirus quarantine.

The health and safety of our team members and customers is paramount. We are taking all necessary health and safety measures to ensure your shipments can be picked up, packed and delivered, safely and securely as always – with zero compromise on the well-being of all parties.

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