Amazon Shopping Is Coming To Australia

Say goodbye to huge shipping fees and “product not available in your country” disappointment – Amazon’s shopping service (that’s for general products as well as groceries) is reportedly setting up in every state of Australia next year.

The AFR reports that the shopping giant will be selling and distributing online, and setting up physical stores, too – mainly in regional areas.

Amazon were originally planning to launch in the first quarter of 2017, according to the report, but a six month delay has allowed fresh produce to be rolled out at the same time.

We have contacted Amazon for confirmation of the plans, and any further information. We will update you as we learn more.

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