The accessories are available through HTC Australia’s partner website HTCaccessories.com.au, a collaboration between JMB Distribution and HTC Corporation Australia.
On offer are some actual U11 accessories such as the HTC U11 Leather Flip Case (Dark Grey) which is available for $49, and you can purchase a spare HTC Rapid AC Charger though without a USB-C cable for $49. The USB-C cable will cost you an additional $29.95. For the audio aficionados you can also get replacement headphones with the HTC Hi-Res Adaptive Sound 2.0 Headset available for $49.
HTC Accessories has listed a bunch of incidental accessories, that aren’t actually U11 accessories such as a universal car cradle, dual Port Power Bank & Car Charger and even the Mi Band 2 on the site, so you can purchase those if you’re into that sort of thing.
HTC Accessories ship Australia wide (and also to New Zealand), with parcels under 2Kg costing $8.40, while parcels over 2Kg cost $14. Auspost does the honours for shipping with a fully tracked parcel taking around 2-4 days to reach you.
Jason was pretty happy with the U11 in his review, so if you’re rocking a U11 as well and want something to use with it then this could be a good place to start.