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  • Excise tables

    Excise duty is a tax on alcohol, tobacco, fuel and petroleum products (including gaseous fuels) produced or manufactured in Australia.

    Data for each financial year includes data processed up to 31 October of the following year. For example, data for the 2013–14 financial year includes data processed up to 31 October 2014.

    Totals may differ from the sum of components, due to rounding.

    We also have a set of more detailed tables available, in the form of Excel spreadsheets, containing excise data, as well as fuel schemes data, at a much finer level.

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    Table 36: Excisable products and excise liabilities, 2011–12 to 2013–14 financial years

     

     

    Product

    2011–12

    2012–13

    2013–14

    Quantity (Ml)

    Duty ($m)

    Quantity (Ml)

    Duty ($m)

    Quantity (Ml)

    Duty ($m)

    Diesel

    21,987

    8,387

    22,447

    8,562

    22,692

    8,655

    Petrol

    16,116

    6,147

    15,847

    6,044

    15,637

    5,964

    Other petroleum products

    na

    1,895

    na

    2,297

    na

    2,414

    Crude & Condensate

    na

    853

    na

    833

    na

    773

    Tobacco

    158,200

    68

    7

    0

    3

    0

    Cigarettes

    15,750

    5,427

    13,529

    4,743

    12,379

    4,737

    Beer

    48

    1,935

    47

    1,940

    47

    1,988

    Ready to drink products

    12

    912

    12

    898

    12

    903

    Spirits

    4

    277

    5

    377

    5

    374

    Total

    na

    25,899

    na

    25,695

    na

    25,808

    Notes-One megalitre (Ml) equals one million litres.Quantity figure for Tobacco is kilograms and for Cigarettes is millions of sticks.

    Figure 6. Excise duty by source, 2013–14 financial year

    Figure 6. Excise duty by source, 2013-14 financial year. Graph showing the proportion of excise duty attritbuted to different sources for 2013-14 financial year. Petrol 23.1%; other petroleum products 9.4%; crude and condensate 3.0%; cigarettes 18.4%; beer 7.7%; ready to drink products 3.5%; spirits 1.4%; diesel 33.5%.

      Last modified: 08 Aug 2019QC 44934