Australia–Mexico relations refers to the diplomatic relations between Australia and Mexico.
Mexico first established an honorary consulate in Sydney in the late 1930s. During the outbreak of World War II, Mexico closed its consulate. In 1960, Mexico re-opened its consulate in Sydney which led to formal diplomatic relations being established on 14 March 1966. Since the establishment of diplomatic relations, Australia and Mexico have both opened diplomatic missions in each other's capitals and work together on a wide range of global issues.
Today, Australian-Mexican relations are strong and cordial. Both countries have similar interests in increasing trade within the Pacific rim and to each other. Australia is Mexico's 24th biggest export market and Mexico is Australia's 25th biggest export market respectively. Mexico is Australia's biggest trading partner in Latin America with two-way merchandise trade valued at A$2.9 billion.
Both nations have received high level government representatives to each other's countries and continue to work and support each other diplomatically. In September 2011, both nations signed an Action Plan to advance the relationship in political relations, economy and trade, development cooperation, education and culture.
- Mexican Secretary of Foreign Affairs on bilateral relations with Australia (Spanish)
- Australian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade on relations with Mexico
- Australian Government on strengthening political relations with Mexico