The share market is rising in early trade, shrugging off weak leads from the United States and Europe overnight.
Australian shares have built on gains during the first hour of trade, after it was reported that European leaders have agreed the key terms of a new Greek debt deal.
The All Ordinaries Index was 0.4 per cent higher at 4,460 just before 11:00am (AEDT), and the ASX 200 index had gained a similar amount to 4,443.
The major miners are lifting the overall market - BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto were both up around 0.7 per cent.
Telstra was seeing an even better rise of more than 1 per cent to $4.27.
Shares in CSL, the world's second biggest blood product maker, have surged more than 7 per cent to hit a record high of $50.23 after it lifted its full-year profit forecast.
The dollar was stronger, buying 104.7 US cents.