Travel Trailers, Boat trailers, Fifth Wheel Trailers, Utility Trailers, Caravan Import
Our Automotive department does not just ship cars! We ship a large number of boat trailers, travel trailers, fifth wheel trailers and caravans.
DAZMAC also can do the import permits required to gain entry into Australia for trailers.
Motorhomes are also popular to import from the UK and USA to Australia we have seperate page covering motorhome imports
Trailer & Caravan Import permit application
All Trailers require an import permit to clear customs in Australia.
DAZMAC can handle your import permit approval but we will need the below from you.
You must have the import permit approved prior to arrival in Australia, and the minimum processing time is 21 days from the department of infrastructure:
Proof of the GVWR (Aggregate Trailer Mass – ATM) This can be found on the below
- Photo of Trailer Compliance plate
- Letter, brochure, specification sheet from the manufacturer
- Can be stated on the original certificate of origin from the manufacturer
Bill of sale / purchase receipt
Overall dimensions of the trailer (without the boat) L x W x H
Coupling standard for trailer
- Australian standard
- UN/EU standard
- Another standard or unknown
Signed import permit Power Of Attorney for DAZMAC to handle your permit application.
For trailers with a GVWR of more than 4.5 ton are a more complicated and detailed application with stricter guidelines for approval. Each application needs to be assessed on a case by case basis to confirm whether the trailer can gain approval to Australia.
Australian Authorised Dealer for Loadrite Boat trailers
Load Rite Boat trailers are built to tackle punishing weather and water conditions – without sacrificing support on the road or easy loading and unloading at the water’s edge.
Whether you’re a weekend warrior or a year-round boating enthusiast, a boat trailer by Load Rite will get you to the fun faster and without worries.
Loadrite have a comprehensive range of Australian compliant boat trailers. There is a substantial cost in complying US trailers to Australian Standard. You can invest your money into a new trailer rather than complying a used trailer or a shipping cradle.
Written by Daryl McIntyre