Ola said its service has received a strong response from driver-partners with over 30,000 driver-partners registered across Australia.
"As we continue to expand across Australia, we have seen that customers and driver-partners are choosing Ola over competitors for the best ride-share experience possible. By doing so, everyone is choosing an affordable and better way to move," Ola Vice President, Head of International, Chandra Nath said.
The companies are already locked in an intense battle for leadership in the Indian market.
They compete not only in the ride-sharing space in India but also food delivery, with Ola acquiring Foodpanda's India business. US-based Uber runs on-demand food delivery app UberEATs in select Indian cities.