The Australian Government’s aviation security regulations restrict you from carrying certain items on you or in your carry-on bag through security screening and onto an aircraft.
Prohibited items include sporting goods, kitchen utensils, tools, and other things with sharp edges or points capable of injuring someone. You are required to surrender any prohibited items you are carrying before boarding your flight. For further information about what you cannot take onboard, please visit the Australian Governmentâs aviation security website: http://travelsecure.infrastructure.gov.au/international/onboard/prohibited_items.aspx
Weapons of any kind are not permitted to be carried on you or in your carry-on bag and onto an aircraft. Weapons include but are not limited to firearms, parts of firearms including ammunition, replica firearms, and martial arts equipment.
Dangerous goods are not allowed anywhere on the aircraft because they may be explosive, flammable, magnetic, caustic and generally too dangerous to be taken on the aircraft. To find out more about dangerous goods visit the Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority website http://www.casa.gov.au/scripts/nc.dll?WCMS:STANDARD::pc=PC_90371
Liquids, Aerosols and Gels (LAGs) restrictions for international flights (T1 only)
There are rules for taking liquids, aerosols and gels on flights in and out of Australia, including flights transiting Australia and passengers travelling on a domestic leg of an international flight within Australia. Passengers are not permitted to carry individual LAG items in excess of 100mls through the security screening point. This includes duty free liquids, aerosols and gels such as alcohol, perfume or cosmetics. For further information about what you cannot take on board, please visit the following website for imfomration aabout LAGs: http://travelsecure.infrastructure.gov.au/international/lags/index.aspx