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robro

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we are going to travel through europe early next year for 4 months.If we during our trip wish to send back some baggage to Australia what is the best and or cheapest way to do it.
 
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JohnK

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Welcome to AFF!

One way of sending baggage back to Australia would be as unaccompanied baggage.

There are many companies, including airlines, that specialise in unaccompanied baggage. Which is cheapest? Easier to do a search on the internet and/or call them to get some quotes.
 

cabbage74

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I don't know if it is the best, but I used Italian post to send a small case back to Australia. It was definatly cheaper than any of the courier companies. I think it was less than 50 Euro for 10kg surface mail.

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