They exist, but you'll need to use an external reader for accepting credits cards.
An existing eftpos terminal from com bank should be fine - you just have to manually mark it as paid in Shopify POS once you see the payment go through. Slightly annoying having to have punch in the value to the com bank terminal each time but it's better than nothing.
The hardware is a question I am not sure on - since I've got myob controlling an ancient wired cash drawer I've never need to go hunting for an alternate. Might want to give Shopify a direct nudge over this to save importing a possible incompatible product.
There another doc on supported hardware should it be of any use:
Do wish I had some access to those bits of hardware so I could do some testing myself. The topic of using comes up in every third or so client meeting I have so clearly you're not alone.
I just found the Australian supplier for the printer, their website is www.starmicronics.com.au and they seem to be looking for resellers which might suit you? Now I just have to chase up the cash drawer and barcode scanner.
Hi Guys, wow David well done with the printer, I really would love to use this as a POS in Australia but couldn't find anything re cashdraw, printer or scanner. If I find anything I will let you know also.
Does anyone know how to combine my old web site with my new so that my customers type in my old web address and it takes them straight to the new one.
@Debra - you should probably make a new thread for the domain issue so as not to sidetrack things here. That said, start here.
We are currently working on building a list of approved hardware partners in Australia and the UK that will help make finding and purchasing Shopify POS compatible hardware easier. Jason is correct in that you will need an external payment solution in Australia, as Shopify Payments is not currently available there. In the US, we offer Shopify POS hardware kits that provide everything you need in one box. We hope to eventually offer a similar service to customers overseas.