Why does Australia Dearest for Investors and Holiday Home Buyers ?

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Australia is one of the largest economies in the world.

The Australian banking sector remains one of the most stable and robust banking environments in the world despite the global financial crisis. The official currency of Australia is the Australian dollar. It is a relatively free-floating currency. The Australian dollar is a reserve currency,and it is one of the most traded currencies in the world. There are generally no restrictions on the transfer of funds into Australia but reporting requirements may apply to certain transactions. The Australian Government welcomes and encourages foreign investment consistent with community interests. In terms of average wealth, Australia ranked second in the world after Switzerland in 2013.The country was ranked second in the United Nations 2011Human Development Index. All of Australia’s major cities fare well in global comparative liveability surveys. Australia is a politically stable, prosperous and peaceful country. It has a federal system of government, under which the States retain considerable power and autonomy. Australia’s education system produces world-class graduates in all disciplines. Australian Nature is perhaps the most important and memorable part of a trip to Australia. It certainly makes for great photography. The wildlife is extremely diverse as is the natural landscapes which includes Gorges, Rock formations, Caves, Coral Reefs and so much more.Animal lovers will enjoy the interactivity of dolphins, the majestic Whales, the beautiful Koalas and the unique Kangaroo, not to mention, wombats, dingos, Tasmanian Devils and so many other wonderful animals.Life expectancy in Australia is among the highest in the world.Health care in Australia is provided by both private and government institutions.



23 years of uninterrupted annual growth

Australia’s economic resilience and potential provide a safe, low-risk environment in which to do business.


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The Australian economy is:

  • the world’s 12th largest
  • in its 23rd year of uninterrupted annual growth
  • rated triple ‘A’ by all three global rating agencies
  • forecast to have average annual real GDP growth of 2.8 per cent between 2013 to 2019
  • increasingly tied to fast-growing economies in Asia
  • supported by high productivity levels, with 16 out of 20 industries rating above the global average
  • diversified and services-based
  • an important contributor to five sectors expected to drive future global growth: agribusiness, education, tourism, mining and wealth management.


An innovative economy

Australia is a world-class innovation destination, with solid foundations of modern ICT infrastructure, high levels of investment, generous R&D tax incentives for businesses and strong intellectual property protection.

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As an innovative economy, Australia supports:

  • high-quality research outcomes
  • rapid growth in business expenditure on R&D
  • expenditure on R&D similar to that of other leading innovative countries, such as the USA, Japan and France
  • growth in gross expenditure on R&D at twice the OECD average
  • some of the world’s best academic and research institutions.

Australia is a leader in the development of new technologies like the bionic eye. Billions of people around the world rely on Australian discoveries, such as Google Maps, high-speed WiFi, spray-on skin for burns victims, cervical cancer vaccine, ultrasound, cochlear implants and civilian use of penicillin.

Australian Innovation


Talented workforce

The Australian labour force is one of the most educated, multicultural and multilingual in the world.

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  • has the world’s highest secondary education enrolment rate
  • has almost 40 per cent of the workforce holding  a tertiary qualification or advanced diploma
  • is expected to outperform many other developed countries for labour productivity growth in terms of GDP per person employed.
  • More than a quarter of Australia’s labour force of 12.3 million people was born overseas.

Australia is the fourth most popular study destination for international students and a ‘first choice’ education destination within the Asian region.


Connected to Asia

Australia is geographically close to and has longstanding trade, investment and cultural links with the fast-growing Asia-Pacific region.

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Australia has an open trading economy.

  • Two-way trade in goods and services in 2013 totalled A$648 billion (42 per cent of GDP).
  • Ten of Australia’s top 12 goods and services export markets were in the Asia region in 2013.
  • Asia represented over 70 per cent of Australia’s total two-way merchandise trade in 2012.
  • Mining and agriculture contributed over 80 per cent of total merchandise exports in 2013.
  • Foreign investment stock totals A$2.5 trillion.
  • Australia is a top 10 foreign investment target: in the three years to 2013, Australia attracted US$171 billion in foreign direct investment (FDI) flows, up nearly 55 per cent from the previous three years.
  • The USA and UK remain the strongest sources of FDI, but investment from Asia is increasing.
  • Record numbers of overseas short-term visitors.
  • A great quality of life. Australia was ranked second globally in the United Nations Human Development Index for its investment in its people, as measured by life expectancy, literacy, education and standard of living.



Ease of doing business

Doing business in Australia is easier than in most other countries. With one of the most transparent and well-regulated business environments in the world, Australia’s political stability and regulatory framework provides investors with confidence and security.

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For six years in a row, Australia has been ranked third on the Index of Economic Freedom. It is ranked 11th for ease of doing business and fifth when compared to economies with a large population.

Australia’s financial system is world-leading, ranked fifth out of 62 countries.

The financial services sector has:

  • assets of almost A$6.2 trillion, nearly four times Australia’s nominal GDP
  • the world’s third largest pool of funds under management and the largest in the Asian region
  • the world’s fourth largest superannuation system
  • strong financial market turnover
  • the largest liquid stock market in the Asian region, outside Japan.