Australia Wide Delivery
All Body Massage products ship Australia Wide.
Massage Chair Delivery:
WHAT WILL IT COST TO DELIVER MY CHAIR?
You can checkout the delivery cost by using our Shipping Calculator. This can be found at the right side of every Massage Chair page.
Standard delivery cost will automatically be included at checkout.
Note: The delivery cost is based on the size & weight of the product & its delivery destination.
Why just have your chair delivered to your door when you can have our expert team install it for you?
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We deliver Australia-wide.
For customers outside of major city metropolitan areas, please email: email@example.com with your suburb, postcode & the product link for a delivery quote before purchasing. Or call us on 1300 054 554 for an on the spot quote.
Note: Please provide your complete delivery address at checkout. We cannot deliver massage chairs to a P.O. Box address due to the size & weight of the products.
WHEN WILL I RECEIVE MY CHAIR?
Items will be dispatched the following business day after payment is cleared.
Standard delivery Time:
Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide - within 3-7 business days
Brisbane, Gold Coast - within 5-10 days
All areas outside these metro areas please allow up to 12 business days.
White Glove Delivery: Our Installation Team will give you a call to arrange a time
Please inform them of any obstacles such as small doorways or stairs.
Note: 2nd storey installation available with White Glove however an additional charge will be incurred due to a 3rd person being required. Please advise before placing order if you would like this service.
Deliveries are done Monday - Friday during business hours, excluding public holidays.
If you prefer you can pick up your massage chair from our warehouse which is located in Melbourne. Please note the chairs are in large boxes and as a result pick-ups are only possible if 2 able bodies are present to load it into your vehicle. It is also important that an appropriate vehicle is used. Utes, vans, trucks or trailers would all be appropriate. Most 4WDs are too small for the chairs.