Requirements of Use
You must be at least eighteen (18) years of age to use our Services; and by doing so you warrant and represent to us that you are at least eighteen (18) years old.
To access our services, you may wish to open an account with us. You are responsible for maintaining confidentiality of your account, username and password information. Sendle is not responsible for any unauthorised transactions made through your account.
If you are accessing and using an account on behalf of someone else, you represent that you have the authority to bind that person as principal to these Terms and Conditions.
By opening a Sendle account you represent and warrant that the information provided is true and correct. You agree to indemnify Sendle for any loss, damage or claim that is made against or suffered by Sendle arising from a breach of this term.
You warrant that you hold the copyright to any images uploaded to the Site or that you have the authority of the copyright owner to upload any images to the Site.
Sendle retains the right to close an account anytime.
Sendle facilitates the booking and delivery of parcels. Sendle provides its services in accordance with the Australian Consumer Law. Sendle is not a common carrier, and we do not accept any liability as a common carrier. Sendle may refuse to provide services at its discretion.
Sendle will only arrange delivery of parcels that weigh up to a maximum of 25 kilograms, are no more than 100L in volume, and are a maximum of 1.2 metres in length. We reserve the right to refuse to take goods for delivery that exceed these size requirements.
Sendle will not accept possession of or deliver the following:
Hazardous, dangerous or illegal goods,
Arms / weapons,
Living goods and perishables
Irreplaceable items or items with a value exceeding $1500.00,
Irreplaceable legal documents or money.
Sendle has the right to open and inspect parcels at any time, without notice to the sender or recipient, to determine the nature, condition, ownership or destination of the contents.
Sendle also has the right to do anything deemed appropriate in its sole discretion, if we think a parcel contains goods that are listed in 4.2 above, or contains goods that have not been properly described, declared or that may become dangerous. This includes the right to destroy or dispose of the goods or contact any relevant authorities to do so. In this case, Sendle has the right to charge the sender of the goods for any disposal costs.
Sendle is not liable for the non-delivery of goods under this Clause.
The sender is responsible for ensuring that:
the parcel is within the size requirements,
the goods are properly packaged for transit and any notification is given with respect to special handling requirements,
the goods are accurately described in content and value,
the goods are not of the nature described in (4.2) above,
all declarations made in relation to the goods are true and correct, and
the delivery instructions displayed on the parcel are clear and correct.
The Sender warrants that you are the owner or have the authorisation of the owner of the goods and are authorised to send them.
Senders and recipients agree to indemnify Sendle against any cost or liability incurred, paid by Sendle in dealing with any claim against Sendle for loss or damage to property, illness, injury or death that arises from:
the contents of a parcel;
the sender or recipient’s breach of these terms and conditions;
a negligent or unlawful act or omission, or wilful misconduct by the sender, recipient or any person acting for them.
The indemnity contained in (5.3) above may be enforced without Sendle suffering the actual loss or damage.
Our Application Programming Interface
Sendle provides a number of services, such as quoting, booking and tracking, via its Application Programming Interface (API).
Sendle is the owner of the API however, we give you the right to use the API for your own purposes, explicitly for sending your own parcels.
If you wish to use the API for the purpose of sending parcels for other parties, you must first seek the permission of Sendle to do so and adhere to any requirements set by Sendle from time to time. You can seek this permission by contacting the Sendle Business team.
This term should be read in conjunction with our Website User Agreement which sets out our (and your) intellectual property rights in more detail.
Sendle will not arrange for the collection of goods on weekends or public holidays as they apply nationally, and to each State.
Sendle will endeavour to pick up the parcel on the day specified, however, we do not provide a particular time for collection, nor do we call ahead to confirm that we are on our way.
All parcels must be ready for collection on the designated date, including having a unique delivery label attached. If a parcel is not ready when the courier arrives for collection, the delivery will be considered futile and the delivery fees will be forfeited. We will only collect parcels from the location specified in the pickup instructions.
Parcels left unattended for collection are left at the responsibility of the Sender. Sendle does not have liability for any loss or damage that occurs to unattended parcels.
Our delivery agents reserve the right to decline to enter any premises that they deem to be dangerous or unsafe. If this occurs, Sendle will attempt to contact the sender and/or the receiver to make alternative arrangements, failing which the parcel will be returned to the sender.
We do not deliver to PO Boxes, locked bags or parcel lockers and deliveries are not made on weekends or public holidays as they apply nationally and to each State.
We provide customers with an estimated date of delivery, however, these estimates are subject to change and are not guaranteed.
All parcels are tracked within Sendle’s network of delivery providers. Occasionally, a parcel may be forwarded outside of this network and Sendle will cease receiving the tracking information.
Parcels will only be left unattended at the delivery address when marked “Authority to Leave” or “ATL” if the delivery provider deems it safe to do so. Sendle holds no responsibility for goods left unattended at a delivery address when the parcel is marked “ATL”.
Where a parcel is marked “signature on delivery” the delivery agent will require a signature to deliver the parcel. The signature is a record only of delivery to the address on the label, Sendle is not responsible for ensuring delivery to a particular recipient at an address.
If there is no-one in attendance to authorise receipt of the parcel, the delivery agent will leave a card and return the parcel to the depot where it will be held until instructions to re-deliver are provided. If no instructions are provided within 5 days the parcel will be returned to sender.
Sendle will make one attempt to re-deliver the parcel free of charge. The re-delivery must be either “ATL” or for delivery to a parcel collection location.
If the first re-delivery attempt is unsuccessful, then the Customer must arrange to collect the parcel from the courier or pay for a new delivery.
We rely upon the delivery details provided by the Sender, if an item is not accepted for delivery the parcel will be returned to the Sender.
A valid credit card Payment is required to be connected to your Sendle account at the time of placing an order through the Sendle website. Sendle accepts payments through a third party payment gateway. Sendle does not store any credit card details.
Sendle may choose to take payment for an order immediately at the time of placing an order, or on a weekly basis where a single payment will be taken for one or more orders.
If a credit card payment fails, Sendle may either retry the payment after a number of days or choose to lock your account.
Sendle does not charge a fuel levy, however, at times additional costs may apply due to taxes, duties or imports.
Sendle reserves the right to charge an additional fee in the event that the booking weight of your parcel is less than the actual weight. This additional fee will be the difference in the cost of delivery between the booking weight and the actual weight. A service fee of $1 may also be charged.
Payment may be made by either the Sender or the Recipient of the parcel.
Cancellations or Changes
Changes to delivery information can only be made prior to the parcel being collected.
If a change to the delivery address arises once the parcel is in transit, a new delivery charge will apply. We cannot guarantee that we will be able to communicate the new address to the delivery agent.
An order can only be cancelled prior to collection, in which case a full refund will be provided. Orders cannot be cancelled once they have been collected.
Without limiting the operation of the Australian Consumer Law, Sendle excludes all conditions, warranties, terms and guarantees otherwise implied by law.
Parcels are sent at your own risk. Sendle excludes liability for any loss or damage that occurs during transit that is:
attributable to your misconduct the misconduct of someone acting on your behalf,
ordinary wear and tear,
leakage from your Goods,
ordinary loss in weight or volume shrinkage,
delay or caused by an event outside of our control.
mould, moths, insects, rats or vermin,
electrical or mechanical breakdown or malfunction unless there is visible external evidence of physical damage to the Parcel,
rust, oxidisation or discolourisation
Or caused by strikers, locked-out workers, people taking part in labour disturbances, riots or civil commotions.
Customers must contact Sendle within twenty business days of the last date in the delivery ETA range if the goods have not been received. If the goods are covered by Sendle's Insurance Policy and have been lost in transit the Customer may make an insurance claim. All claims are limited to the cost price of the goods in the parcel, limited to a maximum of $1500.00. The Customer will be responsible for paying the first $100.00 insurance excess in order to make a claim for insurance. All claims will be subject to approval by the underwriter.
For clarity, clause 10.3 does not apply to goods that are lost while left unattended at the Customers’ authorisation.
Sendle will not provide insurance for goods damaged in transit.
Sendle is not liable to pay for any direct, indirect, economic, special or consequential loss or damage including but not limited to loss of sale, revenue, profit, production, business or claims made by you or made against you, regardless of foreseeability.
Without limiting any rights at law our liability is limited to supplying the services again, or to the cost of supplying the services again.
Except for obligations to make payment, non-performance by any Party will be excused to the extent that performance is rendered impossible or impractical by acts of God, lightning strike, earthquakes, floods, storms, explosions, fires and any natural disaster, acts of war, acts of public enemies, terrorism, riots, civil commotion, malicious damage, sabotage and revolution or governmental acts, orders or restrictions.
If any provision of this Agreement is invalid under any law the provision will be deleted from the Agreement and the remaining provisions will remain in full force and effect. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of New South Wales and Australia and the parties agree that any claim arising out of this Agreement will be heard in New South Wales.