Australia–Italy relations

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Australia-Italy relations
Map indicating locations of Australia and Italy


Monthly value of Australian merchandise exports to Italy (A$ millions) since 1988
Monthly value of Italian merchandise exports to Australia (A$ millions) since 1988

Australia–Italy relations are foreign relations between the Commonwealth of Australia and the Italian Republic. Australia has an embassy in Rome and a general consulate in Milan. Italy has an embassy in Canberra, 2 general consulates (in Melbourne and Sydney) and 3 consulates (in Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth). Italy and Australia have for long years, sustained a sturdy and positively friendly relationship in the categories of immigration, political strategism, and commercial trade.

As of 2011 there were around 916,000 people of Italian descent living in Australia.[1]

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