Are there other organisations and websites that provide services and information for exporters?

Global Business Support Finder  https://export-help.business.gov.au
Selling your service or digital product overseas is a great way to expand your business. Find information about expanding your business to new markets. This includes opportunities, grants, tax and IP implications.

Wine Australiawww.wineaustralia.com
Australian Wine and Grape Authority (Wine Australia) is the Australian Government authority responsible for the promotion and regulation of Australian wine and brandy, under the provisions of the Australian Wine and Brandy Corporation Act, 1980. Wine Australia provides the Australian wine industry with essential services including promotion, information and regulation. 

Department of Agriculture and Water Resourceswww.agriculture.gov.au
If you are a new or potential exporter of agricultural products, the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources can help get your product to its destination market. The Department of Agriculture and Water Resources can help you understand the export requirements for your particular product and the import conditions of destination countries so your agricultural products have a smooth transition to market.

Some agricultural products have legal and administrative requirements for export. These may be licensing requirements for exporters, premises registration, export permits and health certificates to accompany export consignments or export inspection procedures prior to load-out. Some of the Department’s services attract fees. For more information about the Department’s services for exporters, visit: www.agriculture.gov.au or call: 1800 900 090

Meat & Livestock Australiawww.mla.com.au/Home
MLA undertakes a range of research and development, information and marketing programs designed to benefit beef, sheep meat and goat meat industry participants, from livestock producers right through to retailers.

Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA)www.tga.gov.au
The Australian community expects that medicines and medical devices in the marketplace are safe and of high quality, to a standard at least equal to that of comparable countries. The objective of the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989, is to provide a national framework for the regulation of therapeutic goods in Australia and ensure their quality, safety and efficacy.

Australian Copyright Councilwww.copyright.org.au
The Australian Copyright Council assists creators and other copyright owners to exercise their rights effectively and raises awareness in the community about the importance of copyright.

IP Australia Organisationwww.ipaustralia.gov.au
IP Australia grants rights in patents, trade marks and designs, ensuring that Australians benefit from the effective use of intellectual property (IP), particularly through increased innovation, investment and trade.

Export Council of Australia – www.export.org.au/
Export Council of Australia fosters, promotes and develops export awareness within Australia. The Council's activities cover hands-on training in export practice, continuing postgraduate education, networking through Institute membership and activities, and providing independent advice to Government on export policy. The Institute is dedicated to improving the professional status of exporters by providing practical training and continuing education for members and graduates.

Tourism Australiawww.tourism.australia.com
Tourism Australia is the Federal Government statutory authority responsible for international and domestic tourism marketing, as well as the delivery of research and forecasts for the sector.

Department of Industry, innovation and science -  www.industry.gov.au/

Export Finance Australia – www.exportfinanceaustralia.gov.au
Export Finance Australia is Australia’s Export Credit Agency (ECA) who are able to:

  • facilitate and encourage Australian export trade by providing financial services and products to persons involved directly or indirectly in export trade
  • to encourage banks and other financial institutions in Australia to finance or assist in financing exports
  • to manage the Australian Government’s aid supported mixed credit program (a facility which has now been discontinued, although loans are still outstanding under it)
  • to provide information and advice regarding insurance and financial arrangements to support Australian exports

Australia’s Free Trade Agreementswww.fta.gov.au
This website provides information on the benefits and details on current Free Trade Agreements.

Department of Home Affairswww.homeaffairs.gov.au
DIBP manages the security and integrity of Australia's borders. It works closely with other government and international agencies, in particular the Australian Federal Police and the Department of Defence, to detect and deter unlawful movement of goods and people across the border.

Department of Foreign Affairs and Tradewww.dfat.gov.au
DFATadvances the interests of Australia and Australians internationally. This aim is the driving force behind our work and underpins all the department's goals, priorities, values and culture.

This department's goals are to:

  • Enhance Australia's security
  • Contribute to growth in Australia's economy, employment and standard of living
  • Assist Australian travellers and Australians overseas
  • Strengthen global cooperation in ways that advance Australia's interests
  • Foster public understanding of Australia's foreign and trade policy and project a positive image of Australia internationally.