Online accommodation website Wotif.com is looking at the possibility of expanding overseas as it prepares to list on the stock market later this week.

Wotif.com will make its debut on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) on Friday after its $150-172 million initial public offer (IPO).

Co-founder and chief executive Graeme Wood said that with a market share in Australia of about 36 per cent, Wotif's major growth opportunities were offshore.

"We will continue to grow in Australia through organic growth and new initiatives," Mr Wood told AAP.

"But the big blue sky is really in international markets.

"There are less mature markets than Australia and New Zealand that we're focusing on right now and we stand a reasonably good chance of getting in and getting the same dominant position in those markets as we have done in Australia."

Launched in Brisbane in 2000, the company offers online bookings in 35 countries, including Cambodia, Vietnam and Myanmar.

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