At a Glance
The eBay Story
Our marketplace connects millions both in Australia and around the globe to find the goods they love. We partner with our sellers to offer unique opportunities for entrepreneurs and businesses of all sizes.
eBay’s Value to the Australian Market
We provide thousands of Australian businesses with a trusted and safe channel to millions of customers both in Australia and around the globe. As Australia's largest third party online marketplace, eBay partners but doesn't compete with its own sellers.
- Why sell via eBay
Australia’s largest third party online marketplace with millions of unique visitors every month
A channel to growth in Australia and beyond serving 190 markets around the world
A marketplace that partners with its sellers but doesn't compete
- Did you know
67% of Australian online marketplace sellers have employees, 56% operate a brick-and-mortar store, and 45% live in the suburbs.
Starting a business that does not require a large financial investment is the reason 47% of Australian small business owners began selling through online marketplaces.
Since 1999, nearly 5,000 sellers have become millionaires on ebay.com.au!
Australian Made on eBay
As part of Australian Made's first-ever partnership with an online marketplace, we've created Australian Made on eBay: A central hub for Australian Made licensees and products.
With eBay's global reach, we've provided a lucrative and exciting way for Australian Made goods to be sold both here and around the world.
eBay is proud to have been partnering with Australian business for over 20 years. We’re committed to supporting the thousands of small businesses that operate on our marketplace to build and grow opportunities online.
Bits of Australia
Micaela Smith created Bits of Australia seven years ago with a mission to create high quality authentic goods that support local communities. She now has more than 1,000 items in her eBay store with sales growing by double digits in 2020.
Our partnership with eBay has enabled us to reach a broader audience. I strongly believe you can’t rely on one channel if you want to keep the sales flowing.
-Micaela Smith, Bits of Australia