Apple Australia has seen revenues rise a smidge to 1.9 percent while its tax bill fell almost 10 percent.
The vendor's local business reported revenue of $6.1 billion for the 12 months to 28 September 2013.
In documents filed with ASIC on Thursday, Apple pointed to "the release of new products such as the new iPhone 5 as well as the new iPads" for its growth.
Apple's gross profits also rose, up 7.3 percent to $529 million, but its profit before income tax fell 10.2 percent to $88.5 million
This helped Apple slash its income tax bill 9.2 percent to $36.4 million.
In comparison, Harvey Norman saw revenues of $1.3 billion for the 12 months to 30 June 2013 and paid out $43.4 million in tax.
JB Hi-Fi turned over $3.3 billion in revenue and faced a tax bill of $51.4 million.
While Apple Pty Limited's ultimate parent companies is Apple Inc in the US, its immediate parent is Apple Operations International, incorporated in Ireland.
A US Senate Enquiry has previously slammed Apple's tax dodge, which sees it channel profits into Irish-incorporated subsidiaries that had "no declared tax residency anywhere in the world.
An Apple Australia spokesperson would not comment when contacted by CRN.