Living in Australia – Economy and transport



Australia has a strong and innovative economy driven by solid productivity, low inflation and low interest rates. Australia has a deregulated economy that is somewhat affected by fluctuations in the US economy, but has its own resilience. With few barriers to trade and investment, there are many opportunities to invest in Australia as a private company or real estate investor.

Our Free Trade Agreement with the USA UU. It means that it is easier for professional Australian citizens to work in the US. UU. Than ever before

Exports are a mixture of traditional products, services and advanced manufacturing. Some of the main exports include gold, meat and livestock, agricultural products, automobiles, machinery and minerals.


Australia is a relatively easy country to travel and the closer to the city and the surrounding suburbs, the easier it will be.

Because of its large size, the need for sufficient and reliable transportation is essential and all cities and most rural villages have an extensive and relatively cheap public transportation system. The three main means of transport in Australia are:

By car: privately owned car or taxi (there are many extensive taxi services throughout the country).

By public transport: rail, train, bus (and tram in some states).

By air: there are a variety of Australian and international airlines throughout the country that operate flights between major cities (and regional or remote areas).

Public transport is becoming increasingly popular, as significant improvements in services over the past decade and high fuel costs have made trains (as well as trams in Melbourne) a popular alternative.