Tariff Concessions Gazette
Legislation consultation - Closed
Public comment has closed on a proposal to remove a redundant provision in the Customs Act 1901 that requires manufacturers to supply details of their manufacturing costs when seeking to revoke a Tariff Concession Order (TCO) or objecting to the making of a TCO.
For more information on the proposal visit the Consultation - Legislative proposal webpage.
For details of submissions received, visit the Submissions webpage.
Application forms, guidelines for Tariff Concession Orders
The Chief Executive Officer of Australian Customs and Border Protection Service has approved the following forms for Tariff Concession Order (TCO) applications, revocations and objections.
- Application Form - B443
- Applicant's Obligations when applying for a Tariff Concession Order (TCO)
- Objection Form - B444
- Revocation Form- B441
- Tariff Concessions Factsheet
For further enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Find your current Tariff Concession Orders here
In emergency situations where Tariff Concession clients are unable to communicate with Customs and Border Protection by email, please be aware that applications and correspondence can be lodged by facsimile or post. The fax number is 02-6275 6376. The postal address is Tariff Concessions, Customs and Border Protection, 5 Chan Street, Belconnen. 2617.
Tariff Concessions Gazette
The Commonwealth of Australia Tariff Concessions Gazette (the Gazette) gives legal effect to the creation of a number of instruments such as By-Laws, Tariff Concession Orders (TCO's), TCO Revocations and Determinations.
Note that objectors to the making of a TCO are not identified unless the objection is successful.
The Gazette is published by the Customs and Trade Division of Australian Customs and Border Protection Service each Wednesday.
For gazettes prior to 2008 see the Tariff Concessions Gazette Archive.
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