Australia is a country and continent surrounded by the Indian and Pacific oceans. Its major cities – Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide – are coastal. Its capital, Canberra, is inland and Currency is Australian dollar and official language is English.

India’s export to Australia

Passenger motor vehicles and machinery, pearls, gems and jewellery, refined petroleum and textiles. India is Australia’s largest export market for gold and chickpeas.

India’s imports from Australia

Vegetables, wools, non-monetary gold, coal, copper and fertilizers

India and Australia have several commonalities, which serve as a foundation for closer cooperation and multi-faceted interaction, on lines similar to what India has developed with other Western countries. Both are strong, vibrant, secular and multicultural democracies. They both have a free press and an independent judicial system. Read More…

  • “We are committed to signing The Free Trade Agreement with India” Steven Ciobo Member of Parliamentary Secretary for Foreign Affairs
  • Interactive meeting with Ms. Michelle Rowland, MP, Federal Member for Greenway, Shadow Minister for Citizenship and Multiculturalism, Shadow Assistant Minister for Communications, New South Wales, Parliament of Australia
  • Interactive meeting with Hon’ble Barry O’ Farrell, Premier of New South Wales

Greetings from Government of Western Australia, Mumbai Office

Western Australia has an export-based Agriculture and food sector with about 80% of current production sold to international markets. WA is standout on the international market as an efficient, diverse and reputable food producer.

Recently the Department of Agriculture and Food Western Australia (DAFWA) produced agriculture sector reports. The reports are:

  • Sheep meat industry
  • Seed potato production
  • Cereal hay for feed
  • Gourmet food industry
  • Wine industry
  • Northern Horticulture Industry
  • Beef Industry
  • Dairy Industry
  • Grain producing capacity

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