Alcohol prices in Australia, July 2017

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The charts show the cost of alcohol in Australia in comparison to other countries. We report the prices of three established products available in all countries: Johnnie Walker whiskey, red label, 0.7 liters; Smirnoff vodka, red label, 0.7 liters; and a six pack of Heineken beer. Use the menus to select different products or to recalculate the prices in various currencies. The exchange rate data are updates daily.

In terms of whiskey, Australia is relatively expensive compared to other countries. A bottle of whiskey cost 30.25 U.S. Dollar compared to an average of 19.61 U.S. Dollar across countries. For vodka, Australia is relatively expensive. A price of a bottle of Smirnoff is 30.25 U.S. Dollar compared to an average of 15.44 U.S. Dollar in the other countries. Looking at beer prices, Australia is relatively inexpensive compared to the other countries. A six pack of Heineken beer sells for 14.74 U.S. Dollar and the average in other countries is 0.23 U.S. Dollar.