Market Profile

Whilst some products and services can be delivered to the market without local representation, for many products a local presence/representation is recommended. Local partner selection is one of the most important factors that will determine your success in the Fiji market.

Aid Program Opportunities for Australian Companies

This overview (PDF) is designed to provide an understanding of the varying aid programs available and how Australian companies can access these opportunities.

Tropical Cyclone Winston

Tropical Cyclone Winston has caused severe damage in the Pacific. It is the strongest tropical cyclone ever recorded to make landfall in Fiji, and has also affected areas of Tonga. For more information please refer to the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

More information on doing business in Fiji


  • Imports from Fiji A$1,218 million
  • Exports to Fiji A$501 million
  • Capital Suva
  • Official Language English, Fijian, Hindustani
  • Area 18,270 sq km
  • Population 0.9 million


Pacific Humanitarian Supplies Challenge webinar
8 Sep 2016
Through the Humanitarian Supplies Challenge, DFAT is seeking to identify innovative deployable relie ...
Fiji Building and Construction Mission 2016
11 Sep 2016
Explore opportunities within the Fiji building and construction sector
Tertiary Education Roadshow Fiji 2017
6 Mar 2017
Fiji Tertiary Education Roadshow is an annual Austrade organised event. Participate in this major r ...

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Country information provided by DFAT

Country brief

A comprehensive overview of political, economic and bilateral and regional trade agreements.

» read more at DFAT

Trade and economic fact sheet

Containing general information, recent economic indicators, Australia’s trade and investment relationship with Fiji and their global merchandise trade relationship that is updated twice a year.

» read more at DFAT


The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s Smartraveller site provides advice for business travellers and tourists going to Fiji. This is regularly updated and should be checked before planning travel.

» read more at DFAT

Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative

The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) is a voluntary mechanism which promotes and supports improved governance in resource-rich countries through the full publication and verification of company payments and government revenues from oil, gas, and mining.

The EITI is supported by governments, industry, and non-government organisations around the world. The Australian Government supports the EITI and encourages Australian companies operating internationally to comply with its recommendations.

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Export grants

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