Rally Australia is an automobile rally event which was held in and around Perth, Western Australia from 1988 until 2006, when that state's tourism commission severed its collaboration with the event. The rally was part of the Asia-Pacific Rally Championship in 1988 and the World Rally Championship from 1989 to 2006. The event returned in 2009 to the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales in early September. The event is now held every second year, alternating with Rally New Zealand. For 2011 the event was relocated to Coffs Harbour.
The event has also been a round of the Australian Rally Championship although not consistently as the ARC technical regulations has been incompatible with the WRC in some years. Similarly the Western Australian Rally Championship has also been a part of Rally Australia during its Perth based history. During the years when Rally New Zealand replaces Rally Australia on the WRC calendar, the rally is still run as an Australian Rally Championship round, titled Coffs Coast Rally.