Trade Commissioner Service - Australia
Welcome to the offices of the Trade Commissioner Service in Australia. The High Commission in Canberra is primarily involved in market access issues and the development of industrial, economic and scientific cooperation with Australia. It facilitates strategic alliances and investment. It also handles business development and trade enquiries in the following sectors: government and defense procurement; aerospace; agriculture, food and beverages; fish and seafood products, agricultural technology and equipment; education; forest industries; metals, minerals and related equipment, services and technology; and science and technology, and is responsible for business development in New Caledonia, Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands. Canberra co-operates with the Consulate General of Canada in Sydney and the Consulate and Trade Office of Canada in Auckland.
Leading Opportunity Sectors
We serve Canadian clients in all sectors. Based on our knowledge of the market, the following sectors offer the greatest opportunities for Canadian companies:
Focus on Our Region
With one of the closest economic partnerships in the world, the Trans-Tasman market of Australia and New Zealand offers Canadian businesses access to more than 24 million people at the gateway to Asia. Given this integration, the Trans-Tasman initiative aims to increase opportunities for Canadians, by providing a united approach to Australia and New Zealand. Through this strategy, our trade team, comprising of officers in Auckland, Canberra and Sydney will provide you with greater assistance, increased expertise and better access to this combined market.