Exports of goods and services from Australia soared 5 percent from a month earlier to a new peak of AUD 45.95 billion in July 2021, amid solid overseas demand in the aftermath of COVID-19 disruptions and rising commodity prices. Sales of non-rural goods jumped by 7 percent to AUD 34.17 billion, driven by metal ores & minerals (4 percent); coal, coke, and briquettes (16 percent), and other mineral fuels (22 percent). Also, exports of rural goods climbed 6 percent to AUD 4.98 billion, led by meat and meat preparations (8 percent), other rural (8 percent), and wool and sheepskins and other rural (12 percent). Meantime, net exports of goods under merchanting were unchanged at AUD 37 million. In contrast, shipments of non-monetary gold dropped 3 percent to AUD 2.08 billion, and those of services fell 2 percent to AUD 4.33 billion, dragged down by travel (-17 percent). source: Australian Bureau of Statistics

Exports in Australia averaged 12599.60 AUD Million from 1971 until 2021, reaching an all time high of 45951 AUD Million in July of 2021 and a record low of 435 AUD Million in October of 1971. This page provides the latest reported value for - Australia Exports - plus previous releases, historical high and low, short-term forecast and long-term prediction, economic calendar, survey consensus and news. Australia Exports - data, historical chart, forecasts and calendar of releases - was last updated on September of 2021.

Exports in Australia is expected to be 42500.00 AUD Million by the end of this quarter, according to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts expectations. In the long-term, the Australia Exports is projected to trend around 42000.00 AUD Million in 2022, according to our econometric models.

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Australia Exports

Actual Previous Highest Lowest Dates Unit Frequency
45951.00 43861.00 45951.00 435.00 1971 - 2021 AUD Million Monthly
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Calendar GMT Actual Previous Consensus TEForecast
2021-06-03 01:30 AM Apr 3% -1.3% 2%
2021-07-01 01:30 AM May 6% 3.3%
2021-08-05 01:30 AM Jun 4% 4.5% -2%
2021-09-02 01:30 AM Jul 5% 4.1% 2.3%


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Australia Exports Largest on Record
Exports of goods and services from Australia soared 5 percent from a month earlier to a new peak of AUD 45.95 billion in July 2021, amid solid overseas demand in the aftermath of COVID-19 disruptions and rising commodity prices. Sales of non-rural goods jumped by 7 percent to AUD 34.17 billion, driven by metal ores & minerals (4 percent); coal, coke, and briquettes (16 percent), and other mineral fuels (22 percent). Also, exports of rural goods climbed 6 percent to AUD 4.98 billion, led by meat and meat preparations (8 percent), other rural (8 percent), and wool and sheepskins and other rural (12 percent). Meantime, net exports of goods under merchanting were unchanged at AUD 37 million. In contrast, shipments of non-monetary gold dropped 3 percent to AUD 2.08 billion, and those of services fell 2 percent to AUD 4.33 billion, dragged down by travel (-17 percent).
2021-09-02
Australia Exports Hit 23-Month High
Exports of goods and services from Australia surged 4 percent from a month earlier to a 23-month high of AUD 43.34 billion in June 2021, amid strengthening foreign demand in the aftermath of COVID-19 disruptions and rising commodity prices. Sales of non-rural goods grew by 2 percent to AUD 31.42 billion, driven by metal ores & minerals (2 percent); coal, coke, and briquettes (5 percent), and other mineral fuels (2 percent). Also, exports of rural goods climbed 7 percent to AUD 4.65 billion, led by meat and meat preparations (4 percent), cereal grains and cereal preparations (11 percent), wool and sheepskins (15 percent), and other rural (5 percent). In addition, sales of services went up 3 percent to AUD 5.09 billion, lifted by travel (6 percent). At the same time, shipments of non-monetary gold surged 18 percent to AUD 2.14 billion. Meantime, net exports of goods under merchanting were unchanged at AUD 37 million.
2021-08-05
Australia Exports Highest in 20 Months
Exports of goods and services from Australia surged 6 percent from a month earlier to a 20-month high of AUD 42.23 billion in May 2021, amid strengthening foreign demand in the aftermath of the coronavirus disruptions. Sales of non-rural goods jumped 7 percent to AUD 30.89 billion, driven by metal ores & minerals (11 percent), other mineral fuels (2 percent), metals (4 percent), and other non-rural (15 percent). Also, exports of rural goods advanced 6 percent to AUD 4.50 billion, led by meat and meat preparations (3 percent), cereal grains and cereal preparations (11 percent) and other rural (3 percent). In addition, sales of services went up 5 percent to AUD 4.98 billion, thanks to travel (9 percent). At the same time, shipments of non-monetary gold grew 2 percent to AUD 1.82 billion. Meantime, net exports of goods under merchanting were unchanged at AUD 37 million.
2021-07-01
Australia Exports Hit 13-Month High
Exports of goods and services from Australia surged 3 percent from a month earlier to a 13-month high of AUD 39.77 billion in April 2021, amid strengthening foreign demand in the aftermath of the coronavirus disruptions. Sales of non-rural goods soared 5 percent to AUD 28.68 billion, driven by metal ores & minerals (2 percent), coal, coke and briquette (17 percent), and other mineral fuels (6 percent), and other manufactures (9 percent). Also, exports of rural goods climbed 4 percent to AUD 4.32 billion, led by meat and meat preparations (6 percent), and wool and sheepskins (9 percent). In addition, sales of services went up 1 percent to AUD 4.92 billion, thanks to travel (5 percent). Meantime, net exports of goods under merchanting grew 13 percent to AUD 80 million. In contrast, sales of non-monetary gold fell 16 percent to AUD 1.78 billion
2021-06-03

Australia Exports
Rich in natural resources, Australia is a major exporter of commodities. Metalliferous ores and metal scrap account for 29 percent of total exports; coal, coke and briquettes for 15 percent; and gas for 7 percent. The country also exports: food and live animals (14 percent), mainly meat (5 percent) and cereals (4 percent); manufactured goods (6 percent), mainly non-ferrous metals (4 percent); and machinery and transport equipment (6 percent). Australia's largest export markets are China (32 percent of total exports), Japan (16 percent), South Korea (7 percent), the US (5 percent), India (4 percent), New Zealand, Singapore and Taiwan (3 percent each).
Australia Exports by Country Last Previous
China 19406189.98 19120623.16 AUD THO Jul/21
Japan 5547152.33 4755249.34 AUD THO Jul/21
South Korea 2603921.88 2917865.83 AUD THO Jul/21
Taiwan 1540218.55 1242866.75 AUD THO Jul/21
United States 1536407.46 1340098.61 AUD THO Jul/21
Singapore 1399966.51 1117903.22 AUD THO Jul/21
India 1196206.27 1128916.57 AUD THO Jul/21
New Zealand 1002710.34 1034926.58 AUD THO Jul/21
Indonesia 837931.15 880550.99 AUD THO Jul/21
Vietnam 767467.51 865749.61 AUD THO Jul/21
Malaysia 554627.25 677973.19 AUD THO Jul/21
Hong Kong 470560.55 389278.66 AUD THO Jul/21
Thailand 433395.17 567342.39 AUD THO Jul/21
Philippines 364819.94 521624.04 AUD THO Jul/21
Switzerland 363808.67 146405.68 AUD THO Jul/21
United Kingdom 313357.94 707767.64 AUD THO Jul/21
Netherlands 244169.72 224170.56 AUD THO Jul/21
Papua New Guinea 201440.71 119252.07 AUD THO Jul/21
Brazil 147596.59 131808.85 AUD THO Jul/21
Canada 143703.92 125459.58 AUD THO Jul/21
Australia Exports by Category Last Previous
General Merchandise 39144.00 36065.00 AUD Million Jul/21
Non-rural Goods 35163.00 33984.00 AUD Million Jul/21
Metal Ores & Minerals 19578.00 20607.00 AUD Million Jul/21
Metalliferous Ores and Metal Scrap 19433.00 20494.00 AUD Million Jul/21
Iron Ore & Concentrates 17131.00 17637.00 AUD Million Jul/21
Rural Goods 5027.00 4937.00 AUD Million Jul/21
Coal - Coke and Briquettes 4697.00 4136.00 AUD Million Jul/21
Services 4627.00 4699.00 AUD Million Jul/21
Services (bop Basis) 4627.00 4699.00 AUD Million Jul/21
Coal, Coke & Briquettes 4567.00 3941.00 AUD Million Jul/21
Gas - Natural and Manufactured 4431.00 3120.00 AUD Million Jul/21
Natural Gas, Whether Or Not Liquefied 4290.00 3068.00 AUD Million Jul/21
Food & Live Animals 3929.00 3913.00 AUD Million Jul/21
Non-monetary Gold 2084.00 2143.00 AUD Million Jul/21
Tourism Related Service 1739.00 1792.00 AUD Million Jul/21
Services, Travel 1725.00 1766.00 AUD Million Jul/21
Manufactured Goods 1430.00 1399.00 AUD Million Jul/21
Meat & Meat Preparations 1388.00 1255.00 AUD Million Jul/21
Machinery and Transport Equipment 1307.00 1444.00 AUD Million Jul/21
Metals (excl. Non Monetary Gold) 1125.00 1019.00 AUD Million Jul/21

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