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A land of opportunities

Australia offers a wealth of investment opportunities in resources and energy; the circular economy; defence, advanced manufacturing and space; digital technologies; agribusiness and food; health; and infrastructure.

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Guide to investing

This online guide is designed to help international investors and businesses invest and operate in Australia. You will find information about establishing and running a business in Australia; direct links to regulators and relevant government agencies; and an outline of the assistance available to international investors.

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Australia welcomes productive foreign investment

Simon Birmingham, Australia’s Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment.

Come on a virtual site visit to Australia with Austrade

Contact the investment specialist in your region to organise a virtual site visit.

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Why Australia?

The Why Australia Benchmark Report provides rich data demonstrating why there is no better place than Australia to do business. The report examines five key reasons for investing in Australia – its Resilient Economy, Dynamic Industries, Innovation and Skills, Global Ties and Strong Foundations – and compares Australia’s credentials with other countries.

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Reports and resources

Download useful guides, publications and charts on Australia’s regulatory environment and the country's performance across a range of economic and social indicators.

Publications

    • Introduction to the levels of government in Australia: Implications for investors Brochure
    • Introduction to the levels of government in Australia: Implications for investors brochure
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    • Investment opportunities in Australian agribusiness and food brochure
    • Investment opportunities in Australian agribusiness and food brochure
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    • Investment Opportunities in Australian Infrastructure brochure
    • Investment opportunities in Australian infrastructure brochure
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