The Australian Export Award program recognises Australian businesses for excellence and achievement in exporting and is supported by many of Australia's leading corporations, export facilitators and industry groups.
Business Club Australia (BCA) is the Australian Government's official business networking program around major international sporting events. BCA leverages the excitement and international media attention around such events to showcase Australia as a preferred trade and investment destination.
EXDOC is the Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service (AQIS) electronic export documentation system. It has been designed to electronically process notices of intention to export, and where required provide certification for meat, dairy, grain, horticulture, fish, skins and hides, wool and inedible meat products.
The Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (EFIC), Australia's Export Credit Agency, assists Australian exporters and investors by providing internationally competitive finance and insurance facilities to support their overseas contracts and investments.
The Export Market Development Grants (EMDG) scheme is the Australian Government's key financial assistance program for aspiring and current exporters. Administered by Austrade, the purpose of the scheme is to encourage small and medium sized Australian businesses to develop export markets. EMDG reimburses up to 50 per cent of eligible export promotion expenses above a threshold of $15,000.
Expanding your market can bring benefits to business, but successful exporting needs careful planning and commitment. This page links to information about customs requirements for exports; quarantine controls on exports; financial assistance for exporters; information on exporting and developing an export plan.
Information on Australian export controls for food including meat, fish and fish products, dairy products, organic and bio-dynamic products, live animals and reproductive material, fish, aquatic products, plants and grains.
The Exporting Online section aims to help Australian exporters to better understand and utilise the internet to support and develop their export endeavours. There are also a number of case studies of Australian companies exporting online.
Australian Customs and Border Protection Service page with information which broadly outlines what goods are prohibited or restricted, where you can obtain more information about the control and, in the case of restricted goods, the mailing address or e-mail address to use to apply for permission to export.