What types of Certificate of Origin are there?
There are two types of Certificate of Origin.
The first is a non-preferential Certificate of Origin, or simply an ordinary certificate. This is by far the more common type and essentially states that the goods’ country of origin does not fall under any kind of preferential treatment.
The second type, a preferential Certificate of Origin, is used when the goods are subject to reduced tariffs or exemptions. For example, if the country you are exporting to has a Free Trade Agreement in place with Australia. This typically gives you preferential rates when exporting.
Australia currently has Free Trade Agreements with a number of countries, including:
You will need to research which certificate is required for your goods.