In 2016 Australia exported $195B becoming the 22th largest export economy in the world. Australian top 3 Oceanic export destinations are New Zeland (2,3%), Papua New Guinea (0,61%) and Fiji (0,21%); while the main goods exported are iron ore, coal briquettes, gold, petroleum gas, aluminium oxide.
With regard to import origins, the main Oceanic countries from which Australia imported in 2016 were New Zeland (3,00%), Papua New Guinea (2,61%) and Fiji (0,088%). The main imported good were: cars, refined petroleum, computers, packaged medicaments and crude petroleum. The infographic below gives you details about Australian import and export.
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