Australia Export Data

Australia is a country in Oceania. As per Australia export data, Australia’s exports valued USD 254.3 billion in 2020, a -6.6% drop from 2019 to 2020. Australia trade data shows Australia shipped goods worth USD 272.5 billion in 2019.

As per Australia export statistics, Australia was 20th largest exporter country in the world during 2020. Given Australia’s population of 25.7 million people, value of Australian exports in 2020 translated to roughly USD 9,900 for every resident in the largest country in the Oceania continent.

Australia trade statistics show Australia majorly exports ores, slag & ash, mineral fuels & oils, pearls & precious stones, meat, inorganic chemicals, machinery and cereals at 2-digit level Harmonized System Code. As per Australia export data, Australia’s top export destinations are China, Japan, United States, South Korea, United Kingdom, India, New Zealand and Singapore.

  
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Australia Export Data

Australia Export Data is a type of Statistical Data, which is useful for primary market research. Australia trade data is based on Shipping Bills, Import Bills, Invoices and other import-export documents. Australia export data is available from 2016 to present.

We collect Australia export statistics from Custom Departments, Port Authorities, Shipping & Logistics Companies, Trade Associations and Government Bodies. From raw data, we make data clean and useful for businesses across the world.

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Australia Export Data

Australia shipment data contains Year, Month, HS Code, HS Code Description, Quantity, Destination Country, Unit, District, Value and Transport Mode. It is useful for having an overall picture of country’s export businesses. Here is an Australia export data sample which will help you know exact columns available in data.

  
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Year 2018 Month 6
HS Code 30041013
HS Code Description Containing Other Antibiotics
Quantity 168 Destination Country New Zealand
Unit Kilograms District Victoria
Value 2087 Transport Mode Air

Australia Exports

Australia’s Top 10 Exports

As per Australia export data, Australia’s top 10 exports in 2020 were Ores, Slag & Ash (35.8%), Mineral Fuels & Oils (25.7%), Pearls & Precious Stones (7.7%), Meat & Edible Meat Offal (4.0%), Inorganic Chemicals (2.0%), Machinery (1.7%), Cereals (1.5%), Pharma Products (1.3%), Electrical Machinery & Equipment (1.2%) and Aluminium & Articles (1.2%).

Australia trade data shows Australia’s top 10 export categories accounted for 82.1% to overall value of shipments recorded in 2020. As per Australia export statistics, Ores, slag, ash was the fastest-grower among the top 10 export categories, up by 15.8% year over year since 2019. The leading decliner among Australia’s top 10 export categories was mineral fuels including oil which fell -26.4%, weighed down by lower revenues for coal, petroleum gases and oil. Below given chart shows dollar amount of Australia’s top 10 export commodities recorded in 2020.

Australia’s Top 10 Exports

Australia Export Partners

Australia’s Top 10 Export Partners

As per Australia export data, Australia’s top 10 export partners in 2020 were China (USD 90.5 billion), Japan (USD 19.0 billion), United States (USD 13.1 billion), South Korea (USD 12.9 billion), United Kingdom (USD 10.2 billion), India (USD 7.0 billion), New Zealand (USD 6.9 billion), Singapore (USD 5.4 billion), Taipei, Chinese (USD 5.4 billion) and Hong Kong (USD 4.7 billion).

Australia trade statistics show Australia’s top 10 export partners accounted for 69.1% to overall value of exports in 2020. As per Australia shipment data, 78.2% of Australia exports by value were delivered to Asian countries while 9.5% were sold to importers in Europe. Australia trade data shows Australia shipped another 6.7% worth of goods to North America with another 4.3% going to fellow Oceania nations led by New Zealand and Papua New Guinea. Smaller percentages went to Africa (0.7%) then Latin America (0.5%). Visualize percentage share of Australia’s top 10 export partners.

Australia’s Top 10 Export Partners

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