Hi Noel, the wood might possibly be a problem. Wooden articles have
to be inspected by a quarantine officer, and the brochure states "
these items must be declared" ( underlined ! ). If the item has to
be treated by Quarantine, they will charge you a fee. Having said all
that, as long as the wood is sound and has no signs of disease or
insects, you probably won't have a problem, so go for it, cheers,
Christine in Sth Australia
ps - www.customs.gov.au