Should I declare the item I'm bringing to Australia; even though it is made out of faux wood?

It is not actual wood and does not fall into the category of wooden goods as I just checked (it is actually made out of an artificial resin); however, it very convincingly looks like wood. I have the official UPC barcode of the item and everything, and I know it comes from the USA, so...

Should I declare it to avoid confusion or can I skip that? I will be carrying it with me along with the information of the item.

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The item is not wood: there is no need to declare it. If you're stopped and asked about it, it should be no problem to explain that it's made of resin.

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