Australian Retail Companies

Submitted by Share Trading on 9 March, 2010 - 19:15

Researching for Australian retail companies to invest or trade shares?

Researching for Australian retail companies to invest or trade shares? Or retail companies listed on the Australian sharemarket? Well here’s a list of the retail companies found on the Australian stockmarket. The ASX have a variety of businesses listed on their exchange which represent the retail industry. The retail sector contains companies which provide retail services to the public.

Australian Retail Stocks

  • Woolworths (WOW) is an Australian-based retail group specialising in the general merchandise, food and specialty retailing through its operations in different chain stores.
  • Adtrans Group (ADG) - is a holding company engaged along with its subsidiaries in operating franchised vehicle dealerships.
  • Adultshop.Com (ASC) - is a retailer of adult products on the internet.
  • Allomak (AMA) - is a holding company engaged in the wholesale of automotive aftermarket care products.
  • Ap Eagers (APE) - A.P. Eagers (APE) is a holding company principally involved in the sale of new and used motor vehicles, the distribution of parts and accessories, and the provision of service, finance, leasing and extended warranty for motor vehicles.
  • Arb Corporation (ARP) - designs, manufactures, supply and markets motor vehicle accessories and light metal engineering works such as 4WD accessories, bull bars, differentials, shock absorbers and air compressors.
  • Automotive Holdings Group (AHE) - is in the business of automotive retailing and logistics in Australia and New Zealand, operating more than 100 dealership franchise sites. AHE is the largest automotive retailer in Australia with strong presence in Western Australia, New South Wales and Queensland.
  • Country Road (CTY) - is in the business of designing and retailing of apparel, homewares and related accessories. CTY is engaged in the sale of exclusive Country Road branded products in Australia and abroad and it is operating in excess of 60 retail outlets, and 80 concession outlets across Australia and New Zealand.
  • Danks Holdings (DKS) - is the Australia’s largest independent hardware wholesale distributor. The core business operations of the Company include the wholesale distribution of hardware and garden products.
  • David Jones (DJS) - is operating department stores in Australia, which provide a diversified range of international and local brands.
  • Harvey Norman Holdings (HVN) - is an Australia-based public-owned integrated retail and property company engaged in franchising and advertising services provision to its franchisees, homewares and electrical goods marketing and sales, consumer finance provision, leasing and property investment.
  • Housewares International (HWI) - is one of the major suppliers of electrical consumer products, with operations in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Canada and USA. Its principal activities and operations include the innovation, manufacturing, marketing and wholesale of small electrical appliances, home wares and cleaning products, with a focus on consumer products market.
  • Jb Hi-Fi (JBH) - is a leading retailer of diversified home consumer products. The products JB Hi-Fi retails include consumer electronics, such as televisions, home theatres, digital still, video cameras, mobile phones and accessories; electrical goods, such as whitegoods, computing equipment, kitchen equipment, air conditioners and small electrical appliances; car sound systems, including audio and visual, and music, games and movies.
  • Just Group (JST) - is a clothing retailer company.
  • Pacific Brands (PBG) - is a company engaged in sourcing, manufacturing, marketing and distributing consumer products that are essential for everyday life.
  • Specialty Fashion Group (SFH) - is a retailer of women's clothing, with operations in Australia and New Zealand. The company sells fashion and affordable women's workwear, casual and leisurewear. SFH sells apparel via its retail outlets. The brands operated by SFH include Miller's Fashion Club, Autograph, Crossroads, Katies and City Chic.
  • Super Cheap Auto Group (SUL) - is in the business of retailing automotive parts and accessories, boating, camping and fishing products. SUL operates in Australia and New Zealand.
  • RCG Corporation (ASX:RCG) - owns and operates The Athlete's Foot and the Shoe Superstore Group. The company also distributes the Merrell brand of footwear and apparel.
  • The Reject Shop (TRS) - is a discount variety retailer operating in Australia. The Company is principally focused on the retailing of discount variety merchandise.