Exporting

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You can export virtually anything from Australia with a few exceptions.

Excise

Excise duty is a tax on the following goods produced or manufactured in Australia.

  • alcohol – including beer, brandy, other spirits, liqueurs and certain other beverages such as ready-to-drink products (but not wine, which is subject to wine equalisation tax)
  • petroleum – including diesel, petrol, aviation fuel, heating oil, kerosene, fuel ethanol, biodiesel and crude oil
  • tobacco – including cigarettes, cigars, tobacco and snuff.

If you intend to export any of these goods please read the information from the Australian Government

Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service

AQIS (Australia Quarantine and Inspection Service) is Australia’s first line of defence for our borders, protecting our unique environment against exotic pests and diseases from entering our country. AQIS also provides import and export inspection and certification to help retain Australia’s highly favourable animal, plant and human health status and wide access to overseas export markets.

Other related information

Australia’s Import Export Show

Australian Export Awards

 


 

 

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