I noticed that too, with the "com.au" on the telly advert.
I don't normally pay much mind to delivery timeframes etc, but I placed a Wiggle order earlier this year. Ordered the parts from here on the Sunday evening, and they were here on the doorstep on the following Thursday morning. That's pretty good I thought.
One thing I did note though - they now use DHL exclusively (apparently) and they require a signature on receipt - apparently without exception? I was wondering if that slight policy change might have been due to an influx of mis-placed postal packages etc. Legitimate or otherwise.
Requiring signature on delivery is fine, as long as you know going into the transaction. Bit of a pain if you happen to be away from the house, like at work for example, when Mr DHL comes calling. I've had CRC parcels worth a fortune been left on the doorstep before, and then at other times I've ridden all across town to sign for packages worth less than $40. Swings & roundabouts.
Do you really need a fvcking law to tell you not to text & drive?