Russia is building all over the world - Egypt, Turkey, Belarus, India, Iran, China, Jordan, Vietnam... There's negotiations for a new Russian-designed reactor for Finland (who have a pair of older Russian Pressurised Water Reactors operating at present), too. Their export reactors are decent enough; their current offering, the VVER-1200/AES-2006 is resistant to Fukushima-type events - it shuts down and removes decay heat from the reactor core without any external power for up to 72 hours.In terms of next-gen fast breeder reactors, Russia has exported their BN-800 to China and I'm sure India will soon export something based on their PFBR, which will come online this year. Also, there's a conglomerate/cooperative of around a dozen countries (including India, China, Russia et al.) working together through the 'Generation IV International Forum' to advance the technology, although many designs are sufficiently advanced and prototyped by now.
Of course, there are significant political issues with buying anything Russian for Australia but there are plenty of good off-the-shelf nuclear reactor designs from other countries/vendors should we go down that path. Personally, I'm a fan of the Canadian Enhanced CANDU 6 reactor.
CANDU is a good Gen III option and will be important in present/near-future roll out of nuclear power, but fast breeder reactors - a sodium-cooled IFR in particular - has even greater safeguarding against any sort of incident, including proliferation (as it doesn't need/use PUREX process, instead utilising onsite pyroprocessing).