We offer two freight methods - standard freight and express freight.
Standard Freight will be sent via a road service. This may be Australia Post or a variety of couriers, depending on your location. Standard freight typically takes 3-10 days, depending on your location. Remote areas can take longer.
Express Freight typically takes 1-3 days for metropolitan areas. A variety of couriers are used to get your product to you as quickly as possible including Fastway, Express Post, and Riteway Express. Express Freight can take longer to reach remote areas.
Full tracking on all parcels as well as signature on receipt.
Frequently Asked Questions
If the answer to your question is not below please contact me about your enquiry via the contact form.
Can I buy an image that I have seen on your social media that is not on this website? Certainly! If you have seen an image on my Facebook or Instagram that you wish to purchase but cannot find on this site, please contact me via my Contact Form as all my images are for sale. You may also wish to visit my Flickr account to see my entire catalogue work so far.
Do you ship to overseas? No, but not to worry - if you live outside of Australia a Digital Download is the easiest, fastest and safest way to purchase my art. Downloading my images and taking the files to a printer or framer in your country eliminates freight costs, long international transit times and the chance of a freighter damaging your product.
How much is shipping? Standard Shipping is calculated at the checkout and applies to the amount and type of products you are purchasing. Express Shipping is set at a flat rate of $30 per order.
What if my order is damaged during transit? In the rare event that your prints are damaged during transit, they will be replaced at no cost to you, guaranteed.
What payment methods do you accept? PayPal, Credit Card and Paypal Invoice on request.
Do you offer other printing sizes other than what is listed? Yes, Please contact me to if you require a specific size.
Do you roll the Fine Art Prints for transit? No, The safest way to ship fine art prints is to ship them flat with adequate packaging to ensure they cannot be bent during transit. A delicate 300gsm cotton rag fine art paper is used and once it is rolled it does not return to its pristine original condition.
After specific information about framing and the quality of my service? visit the Framing Info page for more information.