SA's export market has climbed by $14.1 billion, as vital Australian markets continue to rise in the past 12 months.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics has also revealed increased export across India, US and Indonesia.
The largest increase was trade with India, that recorded a 55pc jump, while US was up by 32pc, Indonesia, 81pc, Japan, 57pc and Philippines, 64pc.
SA also experienced an uptick in export values for wheat, which had a rise of 34pc, vegetable, 99pc, iron and steel, 643pc, and barley, 39pc.
Minister for Trade and Investment Nick Champion said SA had a great story tell about its trade growth.
"We have high quality products and produce," he said.
"It is encouraging to see a rise in exports, as many SA businesses and producers hope they are coming to the tail end of a tough few years.
"This is a step in the right direction, but there's still work to do - and that work will be supercharged by Invest SA."
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