Source(s): Counts of Australian Businesses, including Entries and Exits (cat. no. 8165.0)A – Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing; B – Mining; C – Manufacturing; D – Electricity, Gas, Water and Waste Services; E – Construction; F – Wholesale Trade; G – Retail Trade; H – Accommodation and Food Services; I – Transport, Postal and Warehousing; J – Information Media and Telecommunications; K – Financial and Insurance Services; L – Rental, Hiring and Real Estate Services; M – Professional, Scientific and Technical Services; N – Administrative and Support Services; O – Public Administration and Safety; P – Education and Training; Q – Health Care and Social Assistance; R – Arts and Recreation Services; S – Other Services
AUSTRALIAN BUSINESSES BY STATE:
AUSTRALIAN BUSINESSES BY REVENUE:
If you had any doubt about how important small businesses are for Australian economy the numbers and graph below may help you understand this fact. 93% of Australian businesses are classified as small businesses with revenue less than $2m.