Trade and Investment
Australia's Trade and Investment Relationship
Go to the DFAT Trade and Investment hub for more information and statistics on Australia's trade and investment relationship.
The Australian Trade Commission (Austrade) is the Australian Government's trade and investment development agency.
It helps Australian businesses of all sizes, across all sectors, to succeed in international trade and investment.
Operating a global network of offices in more than 100 locations in 55 countries, Austrade offers practical advice, market intelligence and ongoing support to Australian businesses.
To contact Austrade here, go to Austrade Contact Details website.
For information on investing and doing business in Australia, go to Invest section of the Austrade website.
Exporting to Australia
Irish or British companies wishing to sell products and services to Australia or to obtain details on import regulations into Australia should contact the appropriate government trade promotion body:
Enterprise Ireland at https://www.enterprise-ireland.com/
UK DTI at http://www.uktradeinvest.gov.uk
Australian companies wishing to export to the Ireland and the UK should fill out this query form or contact the Export Hotline in Australia on 13 28 78 (from Australia).
The Irish Chapter of the Irish Australian Chamber of Commerce