Reach 20 times more eBay buyers by offering your products to our 162 million international shoppers. Selling internationally is a great way to grow your business and take it to the next level.
When you list items on eBay.com.au that offers international shipping options, international buyers will be able to see your listings and purchase your items. Larger sellers can also list directly on other eBay sites around the world.
Watch our video to learn more about selling internationally on eBay and how easy it is to get started.
Where you choose to list items with an international postage option (such as worldwide postage), you agree that we may display your listing on an eBay site other than the eBay site where you listed your item for sale. If your item is sold to a buyer on an eBay site other than your eBay site of registration, you agree to be subject to that other site's policies and the terms and conditions in eBay's International Selling Agreement.
eBay makes it easy to start selling to a worldwide audience. There are many benefits including:
To make your listings available to international buyers, add international shipping options to your existing listings on ebay.com.au. International buyers can see that while your location is Australia, postage is available to their country. Listings will be in your native language. Follow the steps below or watch the video for a quick overview.
Select a carrier that offers a tracked international service. We recommend considering Smart Send, Ship2Anywhere, Australia Post and DHL. If you use a listing solution partner, ask your provider about the best service for your business.
If there are countries you don’t want to send your items to, there are several ways you can set this up:
Uploading tracking information will improve your buyer’s customer experience, especially for international customers and can provide an extra layer of protection on higher-priced goods.
To sell internationally, the following requirements apply:
See eBay's International trading policy for more information.
If you're expecting to sell a larger volume of items overseas, consider creating additional user IDs and opening eBay Stores on other eBay sites. If you use a third party tool, speak with your service provider about listing across multiple sites.
If you’re a larger seller, you may find it easier and more efficient to list directly on eBay international sites, or even open up several international eBay Stores. To do this you may require:
If you’re an Australian seller keen on trying international selling, but don’t want to export too far, consider exporting to New Zealand.