Due to the high demand across Australia for parcel delivery we are using Australia Post Express Post parcel service to make sure your yummy fudge arrives in the fastest time possible.
Our aim is to get your fudge to you as quickly as possible. All orders placed before 9.00am AEST on Monday – Friday will be dispatched on the same day. Any orders placed after 9:00am AEST or on weekends will be dispatched on the next business day.
Australia Post are currently not guaranteeing next day delivery on their Express Post parcels but from experience it is still the fastest option available. Please allow 2 or more days for delivery. You can track your order with a tracking number that will be emailed to you once your order has been completed.
Victoria Stage 3 & 4 restrictions:
Victorian Australia Post Estimated Delivery Times:
Melbourne: 4-5 working days l Victoria 5-6 working days
To limit contact when delivering orders, Australia Post are now defaulting deliveries to authority to leave where possible and will not be requesting a physical signature from the customer/receiver. We strongly recommend that you have your order delivered to an address where someone is available to receive the order (such as a work address). For Australia Post updates please click here.
When will my fudge order be processed?
Order by midnight and we will have it in the mail the very next business day.
If ordering over the weekend we will be right onto your order on Monday (except public holidays).
We currently use Australia Post Express Post service. They deliver in 2 OR more business days after us posting (dependent upon where you live in Australia). Use the link below to get a better idea of when to expect your fudge fix. Once your order has been processed we will email you your unique tracking details..
If possible, please supply a delivery address where someone will be at home or at work to receive your yummy treats.
The From Post Code is 4553
Postage Rates: Express Post
Why isn't My Tracking Number Working?
Don't panic this is normal as they get scanned when they arrive at the mail centre and they may just be in transit