The data illustrates Australia's gross domestic product from 2012 to 2016, with projections up until 2022. In 2016, GDP in Australia amounted to about 1,264.94 trillion USD. See global GDP for a global comparison.
Australia’s economy and population Australia’s gross domestic product has been growing steadily, and all in all, Australia and its economic key factors show a well-set country. Australia is among the countries with the biggest gross domestic product / GDP worldwide, and thus one of the biggest economies. It was one of the few countries not severely stricken by the 2008 financial crisis; its unemployment rate, inflation rate and trade balance, for example, were hardly affected at all.