Australian Standards


AS/NZS 1754
Characteristics: Red and white rectangle shape with 5 white ticks.

The red "five ticks" Standards Mark is a globally recognised symbol of safety and quality. It indicates that a product has been independently tested and meets the recognized national or international standards. 

When traveling to Australia, AU 1754 "5Tick" Standard is only accepted. They do not accept standards from other countries. 

Australian made seats require the harness to be at or above the child's shoulders at all times.


The red circle shows where the red and white "5 tick " standard sticker is found on this child restraint. Some seats may have them one the side, or under any pockets attached to the seat cover.

Compliance carried out by SAI Global


So what is tested? *G = Force of Gravity

Front Impact Tick 28 G Force
Rear Impact Tick 14-21 G Force
Side Impact Tick 14-21 G Force
Inverted Impact Tick 8-15 G Force
Genital Injury Test Tick Yes
So what's tested? Little Treasures Oct/Nov 07.


| New Zealand Standard NZS 1754
| ECE 44.03
| Land Transport Vehicle Equipment Rule 32017
| A comparison of what is tested under each standard
| Frequently asked questions