G'day! Here are a few top products currently being imported by chess players, enthusiasts, and teachers in Australia. Beyond those shown on this page you can browse many more chess sets and supplies right here online, many of them exclusive to Chess House. Here are a few examples:

Shipping to Australia. We understand how costly it is to ship goods from the U.S.A. to Australia. Please be assured, we pass along the best shipping rates we can obtain. The prices shown are usually in AUD with exchange rate already factored. In checkout, you'll see options to include taxes and duties in the shipping price, or to exclude them and pay at time of delivery.

The flex pad chessboard offers even more convenience than most roll-up vinyl chess boards in that it lays flat every time and can be both rolled-up and folded. The smooth surface plays well. Regulation size, the board is flexible for personal, club, or school use. View Product

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One of the most sought after chess boards is the JLP line of maple and walnut hardwood boards. The premium craftsmanship and finish is second to none. Hand-crafted in Pennsylvania. View Product

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Made in Australia, the Diaxi Chessboard integrates the patent approved Diaxi Hinge. Easy to fold and store, this board allows for the board to fold in half with the playing surface inward without unsightly hinges or distractions in game play. Squares of black graphite pattern and white print overlay an aluminum composite panel frame. The exterior and edge of the board is bound in padded Moroccan leather style material. View Product


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"Here's my favorite demo board for leading a chess class. Easy to see pieces. Easy to move pieces. Love having the red stars to highlight squares... can even pull out the dowel in the bottom edge of the demo board to use as a pointer when talking about diagonals, ranks, files, etc!"

Elliott Neff, author of a Pawn's Journey