Generally, you will need to notify the Treasurer of your proposed agricultural land investment if the cumulative monetary threshold of $15 million is met.
Foreign investors are generally required to notify the Treasurer before acquiring interests in securities or assets, or taking other actions in relation to corporations, unit trusts and businesses that have a connection to Australia.
Foreign investors are generally required to notify the Treasurer before acquiring an interest in commercial land, where the value of that investment is above a certain monetary threshold.
Exemption certificates are intended to reduce regulatory burden for foreign investors.
An exemption certificate enables you to obtain up‑front acceptance for a program of lower‑risk investments over time, so you will not have to notify an investment proposal for each investment.
Foreign investors are generally required to notify the Treasurer before acquiring an interest in a tenement or the underlying land used to carry on a mining operation.
Australia continues to welcome and remains an attractive destination for foreign investment. However, risks to Australia’s national interest, particularly national security, have increased.
Generally foreign investors will need to notify the Australian Taxation Office before acquiring residential land, regardless of value.