The ASX 200 ended up the day up by 1.29 percent on Friday, with mining and energy business leading the gains.
The gains followed after a strong lead from Wall Street and a lift in product rates.
Iron ore cost rose over night to $US122 a tonne which was the greatest level because April, due to enhanced steel need in China.
Fortescue leapt 4 percent, Rio Tinto got 3 percent and BHP raised 3.5 percent.
Declining on Friday consisted of waste management business Cleanaway, steel maker BlueScope, and the card payments business EML.