Exports from Australia increased by 1 percent from a month earlier to an all-time high of AUD 38.05 billion in October 2018, mainly driven by sales of non-rural goods (4 percent to AUD 24.73 billion), in particular coal, coke and briquettes (12 percent), other mineral fuels (4 percent), other manufactures (8 percent), and metals (3 percent). Meanwhile, exports of rural goods went down 7 percent to AUD 3.88 billion, in particular meat and meat preparations (-3 percent), wool & sheepskins -(14 percent), cereal grains and cereal preparations (-15 percent), and other rural (-5 percent). Also, exports of non-monetary gold tumbled 24 percent to AUD 1.14 billion. Additionally, exports of services went up 1 percent to AUD 8.26 billion, boosted by travel (2 percent). Exports in Australia averaged 11048 AUD Million from 1971 until 2018, reaching an all time high of 38045 AUD Million in October of 2018 and a record low of 435 AUD Million in October of 1971.