57th Australian Export Awards winners

2019 Australian Export Award winners announced

Australia’s top exporters and investors came together to be recognised at the 57th Australian Export Awards at Parliament House, Canberra on Tuesday 3 December.

Thirteen Australian businesses in 13 industry categories have been awarded for their outstanding export achievements including the 2019 Australian Exporter of the Year – Populous – for their work in sport and entertainment venue design. Populous’s impressive portfolio includes iconic venues such as Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London and Yankee Stadium in New York.

The 94 national finalists are already winners at State and Territory level, and collectively employ over 34,000 Australians and generate more than A$7.8 billion in export earnings.

Three of Australia’s leading investors were recognised in three categories - Significant Investment, Regional Investment and Research and Development Investment – for their enduring contribution to the Australian economy.

Read our press release.

Celebrating Australia's most successful exporters

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  5. @exportawards Export AwardsTuesday, 31 March 2020

    Brilliant to see banding together to support workers on the frontline 👏