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Australia's top ten export destinations – Indonesia

Australian fruit, nut and vegetable exports

Indonesia is a growing market for Australia, now sitting as our sixth-largest trading partner for horticulture. In July 2020, Australia and Indonesia entered into a comprehensive economic partnership agreement: IA-CEPA. IA-CEPA created a framework to unlock potential in a bilateral economic partnership, fostering economic cooperation.

Indonesian consumers are diversifying their diets, due to increased awareness in health, and it is projected the fastest-growing segments will include fresh fruits. Proximity of Australia to Indonesia means that it appeals to consumers who understand the produce will be of good quality and freshness.

Australia does face challenges with the Indonesian market, including:

  • Quotas on fresh produce
  • Indonesia is an agriculture-producing nation, with their government seeking to protect this production
  • Competition from other close markets, including China.

Nevertheless, Indonesia’s large and growing population, with a fast-expanding middle class, provides an opportunity for Australian exports with demand for food expected to quadruple by 2050.

Top ten levy-funded Australian exports to Indonesia by volume for the year ending February 2024

  1. Table grape – 24,455 tonnes
  2. Mandarins(including tangerine and satsuma) – 9,741 tonnes
  3. Orange – 4,069 tonnes
  4. Onion (all) – 1,638 tonnes
  5. Almond (all) – 1,035 tonnes
  6. Lemon and lime – 819 tonnes
  7. Pear – 518 tonnes
  8. Plum – 344 tonnes
  9. Cherry – 181 tonnes
  10. Celery (including other celeriac) – 112 tonnes

Australian commodities with market access to Indonesia

Berry (including blueberry and strawberry)
Citrus (including grapefruit, lemon, lime, mandarin, orange and tangerine)
Custard apple
Melon (including watermelon)
Summerfruit (including apricot, peach, nectarine and plum)
Table grape

Indonesia is the sixth-highest export location for Australian fruit, nuts and vegetables

Year ending February 2024

Useful links

  • See more export facts and figures in Hort Innovation’s 2022/23 Australian Horticulture Statistics Handbook here
  • Gain insights into international consumers for 13 of Australia’s priority export markets here
  • See how key Aussie export stakeholders and authorities are joining forces to help protect and grow Australia’s horticultural exports with the Fresh and Secure Trade Alliance (FASTA) here
  • Access the Hort IQ International Consumer Needs dashboard here
  • Access the Austrade Go Global toolkit here

See also

Australia's top ten trade horticultural commodities here

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