Exporting to Australia
Australian Customs Service
Information on duty and tariff rates on imports into Australia.
U.S. Department of Commerce
For U.S. Companies requiring further exporting information.
Travel and Tourism
Australian Tourist Commission
Access Australian travel and tourism product representatives and Australian
State and City information.
Business Travel to Australia
Doing Business in Australia Library
Features our Business Travel to Australia guidebook.
The Bureau of Consular Affairs
Travel Warnings for U.S. citizens.
Transport Security Adminstration
Everything you need to know about U.S. airport security measures. Discover a list of timesaving tips, information on assistance for special needs, latest list of prohibited and permitted items, and other information that will help guide you smoothly through the security process.
Department of Immigration and Multicultural Indigenous Affairs
Information on Australian visa requirements.
Other Useful Links
American Chamber of Commerce in Australia
A membership based organization which promotes trade, commerce and investment between Australia and the U.S.
American Australian Association
The AAA is devoted to relations between the United States and Australia and New Zealand. Its goal is to encourage stronger ties across the Pacific particularly in the private sector. The Association has an active program of corporate, economic, educational, cultural and social activities.
U.S. Embassy, Canberra
For other in-country U.S. Government Departments.
U.S. Government portal
All U.S. Government web sites: Federal, State or Local, can be accessed through this USG portal.
The New South Wales Department of Fair Trading
Do you have a trade complaint against a company? Similar to the Better Business Bureau in the U.S., the Department of Fair Trading can mediate/arbitrate on your behalf.
Australian Securities and Investment Commission
Are you a victim of share trading fraud?
Internet Fraud Complaint Center
A partnership between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) for internet-specific fraud.