As far as I know there are no fuel subsidies in operation in Australia. But don't tel the Australian Conservation Foundation.
"Australian taxpayers subsidise fossil fuel-friendly tax breaks for big polluters. There are better ways to spend our taxes than handouts to the companies with devastating environmental records who actively lobby our leaders to stifle action on climate change."
Of course this is a bare faced lie. What these economic saboteurs refer to as a 'subsidy' is the fact that users of diesel fuel who do not use publicly funded roads are not required to pay road user tax.
The far left denizens of the ACF would have wheat farmers, forestry operators and minng companies paying vast mounts of road user tax for roads they never use. But hey, that's great because their real goal is to send all those businesses broke so that we can all emulate their role model of economic bliss, Bhutan