Can you bring Katana into Australia?

You are allowed to bring in traditional Japanese Katana and Samurai swords and replicas of these into Australia.

Can you buy a katana online in Australia?

Extac Australia gives you the opportunity to buy Japanese swords online. Japanese swords in Australia are a coveted item either as a practical piece of armory or a decorative centerpiece to a home or workplace. You are able to view and discover our Japanese blades and katanas online or in store.

Can you bring a katana back from Japan?

Do not forget to declare the sword on the Customs Form and present it at customs without fail. If you do not comply with the customs, it might land you in imprisonment for smuggling or possible threat. You can bring up to three swords into the country if you are personally bringing them with you.

Are samurai swords legal in Queensland?

Do I need a licence to possess swords in Queensland? No, swords do not need to be registered to a licence issued under the provisions of the Weapons Act 1990. However, the misuse provisions of section 57, section 58 and section 59 of the Weapons Act 1990, apply to persons who possess swords in Queensland.

How much does a katana cost in Australia?

The first shipment of sixty units is scheduled to arrive in Australia during September for a manufacturers suggested price of $18,990 Ride Away with 12 months registration ($17,490 + ORC) and is backed by Suzukis 24 month, unlimited kilometre warranty.

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Yes, we’re a real company, not just some soulless website. Feel free to give our Head Office a call on (03) 9720 8699 and have a chat with the guys & girls there. They’ll be more than happy to answer any questions you might have, or help you work out exactly what it is you need.

Are katanas legal in Queensland?

Yes. These do not require licensing provided they are not designed to prevent penetration of small arms fire and are not classified as Category E weapons under the Weapons Categories Regulation 1997.

Can you carry a Katana?

Legally Katana are lumped in the same category as knives and governed by state rather than federal laws, though as with knives, a collector must be over 18 years old OR have their parents implicit permission to buy or own a Katana.

Can I carry katana on plane?

As explained on the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) website, swords are prohibited from carry-on luggage but not “checked” luggage. Swords, including katanas, rapiers, fencing foils, etc. must be checked at the gate, and they must be packaged properly to protect inspectors from injury.