"At the landing, and here ever since" - Anzac Book, p. 35.
Thanks for the info James! Very helpful. It's also beneficial in providing a fixed 'shipping fee'. At the flat rate of $14.50 I know what P+H costs to include in sales, provided the games fit in the bag and are within the weight.
It'd be nice if they made a larger version of it to accommodate larger games.
Cross-posted from the 2012 mid-year math trade geeklist, since James' thread is much more useful for this sort of info
Note that the flat-rate boxes are still available as well: $6.50 for Bx1 (code 00069), $10.50 for Bx2 (code 00076) and $13.25 for the Bx4 (code 00090). Unless you already have some, you have to buy the box as well; and you have to pay online via Click-and-Send, then take it to a post office for lodgement. But $13.25 for 15kg to Perth from the east coast, including tracking, is pretty good too
Link is http://auspost.ebay.com.au (the front page there now talks about smaller flat-rate satchels than James discusses above, namely $6.20 for 500g and $10.55 for 3kg, plus the satchels themselves), but once you register for Click-and-Send you can access the box info too.
Unless you have a lot more faith in the postal system than I do, you'd probably prefer to use a box with packing peanuts (and Milsims send me lots of both for free!) rather than a satchel, if you cared about the condition of the game when it arrived.