Send your favourite holiday photos as physical postcards, using our award winning^ Postcards app.
- Create completely personalised postcards in minutes using your phone’s camera or image library. Selfie or scenery … it’s up to you!
- Send to as many people as you like using your phone’s contact list, or by entering addresses directly.
- Give your postcard a professional look with customised borders.
- Printed on glossy, high-quality card, featuring a handwritten font.- Fast, safe delivery with Australia Post.
- Costs only $1.99 to send anywhere in Australia, or $2.99 to anywhere outside Australia~
- Pay quickly and easily with MasterCard, Visa or PayPal.
^The Australia Post Postcards app was awarded the 2012 Australian Mobile Award for the best app in the utilities category, second runners up in the IAB Australia’s creative showcase 7.1 and was shortlisted for the Swipe Design Award.
~ If you’re using international roaming to access the internet, you may incur a fee from your telecommunications provider.
Various bugs squished, tweaks made to improve performance.
Ratings and Reviews
Great app, few small issues
I love this app. It allows me to send postcards to my family in Australia from overseas, without taking weeks to arrive (because it prints and ships from inside Aus). It could use a little improvement though. I wish I could just save my credit card details so I didn't have to enter them every time I send a postcard. And the credit card input section is really crappy. I also wish I could save or look at my old postcards after they've been sent. And it would be nice if I could change the font to something more readable. But these are all small issues. I'm really happy this app exists, thank you!
Easy to use but need mores text flexibility
Easy to use app, but on a traditional postcard one can fit in much more text. Would benefit from greater use of space on what can be typed on the postcard.
It works, but it seems like old tech.
It’s good, and useful. And considering you can’t get postcards these days, it’s fun.
The interface left me scratching my head a few times though. Why can’t you use an apostrophe in the letter body?
And sometimes I was wondering what to do next, like how to go back and edit text and there wasn’t an option to cancel the picture I chose and pick another one, but I eventually figured it out.
I painted a picture and used it as the postcard. Hope it looks good. And I am glad it took PayPal. That was handy. Thanks for the app.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.