Delivery Policy

 

  

Recomendation for Delivery

Delivery policy – We recommend providing a work address or other suitable daytime address for Postal delivery to ensure someone is available to accept your delivery in person. If you are not available to accept delivery in person, a calling card will be left and your delivery will be taken to the closest post office for collection.

Due to our isolated location, we only use Australia Post to deliver merchandise.

We accept no responsibility or liability if merchandise is returned to us or if there is a delay in delivery which is beyond our reasonable control.

All delivery charges include possible taxes. Any customs duties, foreign taxes or other fees for International shipping are the responsibility of the customer.

 

Shipping Cost

The cost for shipping is calculated and displayed on the Checkout page before you complete your order.

You can find delivery costs at checkout, on the Order Confirmation email and online when you view your order on the My Account website page. The delivery costs are calculated directly from Australia Post.

 

Shipping Options

AUSTRALIA

Postage is made using Australia Post. As Palngun Wurnangat Aboriginal Corporation is located in an isolated area our postage through Australia Post is firstly flown to Darwin and then delivered from there using the normal postal service and as such delivery can be expected within approximately 3-7 business days.

Express postage can be used however this time frame cannot be guaranteed due to the flight service and as such delivery could be within approximately 3 – 5 business days.

REST OF WORLD

All International shipping is completed using Australia Post as the Postal Agent.

 

Palngun Wurnangat Aboriginal Corporation

The Women’s Centre run by the Palngun Wurnangat Aboriginal Corporation, is a home to a growing number of indigenous female artists whose contemporary and traditional designs are represented through screen and lino prints, stencil work and sewing tableware, Manchester and clothing. Senior women are sharing their traditional weaving skills with young women and girls. Their beautiful woven products are both functional and decorative.

Palnangun Wurnangat Aboriginal Corporation is an independently owned indigenous women’s organisation based in Wadeye Northern Territory Australia. It is governed by women from throughout the Thamarrurr region. Palngun Wurnangat was established in 1990 to provide support to families by delivering social and economic outcomes that involve and benefit the people of the Thamarrurr region

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