Australia Import Data is a type of Statistical Data, which is useful for primary research on country’s import activities. Australia trade data is based on Shipping Bills, Import Bills, Invoices and other import-export documents required for transporting goods from one international territory to another. Australia Import data is available from 2016 to present.
We collect Australia Import statistics from Custom Departments, Port Authorities, Shipping & Logistics Companies, Trade Associations and Government Bodies. From raw data, our database specialists filter every shipping detail to make data clean & useful.
Australia import data contains Year, Month, HS Code, HS Code Description, Quantity, Unit, Origin Country, Destination District, Origin District, CIF Value and Transport Mode. Check sample of a single shipment record to view number of fields available in Australia import data.
|HS Code||3004310054||HS Code Description||Containing Insulin|
|Origin Country||Germany||Destination District||Sydney|
|Origin District||Tianjin||CIF Value||3647020.95|
As per Australia import data, Australia’s top 10 imports in 2020 were Machinery (15.1%), Electrical Machinery & Equipment (11.8%), Vehicles (8.3%), Mineral Fuels & Oils (4.2%), Pharma Products (4.2%), Pearls & Precious Stones (3.9%), Optical, Photographic, Medical Equipment (3.0%), Plastics & Articles (2.3%), Furniture, Bedding, Mattresses (2.2%) and Articles of Iron & Steel (1.6%).
Australia import statistics show Australia’s top 10 import categories shared 56.6% to total value of shipments in 2020. As per Australia trade data, the fastest increases in value among the top 10 import categories from 2019 to 2020 belong to gems and precious metals (up 31.3%), plastic material and items made from plastic (up 5.7%) and pharmaceuticals (up 3.9%). Australia trade statistics show leading the decliners were Australian imports of mineral fuels including oil (down -37.6%).
As per Australia import data, Australia’s top 10 import partners in 2020 were China (USD 57.9 billion), United States (USD 23.7 billion), Japan (USD 12.1 billion), Thailand (USD 9.6 billion), Germany (USD 9.3 billion), Malaysia (USD 6.7 billion), South Korea (USD 6.0 billion), Singapore (USD 5.2 billion), New Zealand (USD 4.9 billion) and United Kingdom (USD 4.8 billion).
Australia trade data shows Australia’s top 10 import partners shared 69.3% to total value of import shipments recorded in 2020. As per Australia import statistics, 60% of Australia’s total imports by value in 2020 were imported from Asian countries. European trade partners accounted for 19.5% of international purchases by Australia while 13.5% worth came from North America. Below given chart shows value in percentile of Australia’s top 10 import sources recorded in 2020.