This website provides the key online access point for emergency management information from the Australian Government.
The AEMC was established to undertake rule making and market development in the National Electricity Market (NEM) and over time the gas market. The AEMC is responsible for administration and publishing of the National Electricity Rules; the rule making process under the new National Electricity Law; and providing policy advice to the MCE in relation to the NEM.
The Australian Energy Regulator (AER) performs economic regulation of the wholesale electricity market and electricity transmission networks in the National Electricity Market (NEM), and enforcement of the National Electricity Law and National Electricity Rules.
The Australian Export Award program recognises Australian businesses for excellence and achievement in exporting and is supported by many of Australia's leading corporations, export facilitators and industry groups.
The Australian Federal Police (AFP) is the principal law enforcement agency through which the Australian Government pursues its law enforcement interests. The AFP is unique in Australian law enforcement in that its functions relate both to community policing and to investigations of offences against Commonwealth law enforcement in Australia and overseas.
The Australian Film, Television and Radio School is the national centre for professional education and advanced training in film, television and radio for Australian citizens and permanent residents. The AFTRS offers new opportunities for emerging writers and producers to develop the skills to create new Australian drama.
The Australian Fisheries Management Authority (AFMA) is the Australian Government statutory authority responsible for the efficient management of Australian Government fishery resources on behalf of the Australian community and key stakeholders. AFMA manages fisheries within the 200 nautical mile Australian fishing zone (AFZ) and, in some cases, by agreement with the Australian States, to the low water mark. In doing so, AFMA provides management, advisory, compliance and licensing services and implements appropriate fisheries management arrangements.
Freight Councils operate within each State of Australia and collectively are known as the Australian Freight Councils Network (AFCN). They are jointly funded by Australian and State Governments with support from the Australian Logistics Industry.
These Councils bring together all players of the freight logistics chains to improve the efficiency and quality of the transport and logistics supply chains.
The Australian General Practice Training incorporates two Australian Government-funded general practice education and training programs, the Australian General Practice Training program, which provides vocational training for medical practitioners wishing to specialise in general practice and the Prevocational General Practice Placements program, which provides learning experiences for prevocational doctors.
Australian Government Actuary are the actuarial consultants working within Government for Government. The staff are professionally trained in the analysis and management of risk, especially long-term financial risk.
The Australian Government Competitive Neutrality Complaints Office (AGCNCO) is an autonomous unit within the Productivity Commission. The role of the AGCNCO is to receive complaints, undertake complaint investigations and provide independent advice to the Australian Government Treasurer on competitive neutrality matters.
The Register contains information about lobbyists who make representations to Government on behalf of their clients. Any lobbyist who wishes to contact a Government representative for the purpose of lobbying activities must be registered. Includes a link to the Lobbying Code of Conduct.
The Government Online Directory is a guide to the structure, organisations and key people in the Australian Government. This site contains contact details for the Commonwealth Parliament, the Courts, the Governor-General and senior staff in Australian Government departments and agencies.
Links eligible businesses and industry to workforce development and training programs. It aims to help you get the most out of your business and invest in your most important resource – your staff.
Australian Government Solicitor is an independent, fully commercial and competitive law firm, acting for government departments and agencies.
This site has been established to facilitate the work of Members of the Standing Council on Health and the Australian Health Ministers' Advisory Council.
This site also facilitates the work of the Standing Council on Health meeting as the Australian Health Workforce Ministerial Council (AHWMC) the membership of which comprises the Health Ministers from the Commonwealth Government and all State and Territory Governments.
The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) works with 14 National Health Practitioner Boards in implementing the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme.
Australian Hearing provides hearing rehabilitation services and hearing aids to children and adults with complex hearing problems. It competes with private service providers under the Voucher Scheme administered by the Office of Hearing Services for the provision of hearing rehabilitation services and hearing aids, hearing impaired age pensioners and eligible veterans. It conducts hearing related research via its research division (the National Acoustic Laboratories).
The Australian Heritage Council is the principal adviser to the Australian Government on heritage matters. The Council assesses nominations for the National Heritage List and the Commonwealth Heritage List and compiles the Register of the National Estate.
13-21 April 2013
Australian Heritage Week is a an annual national celebration of Australia’s unique heritage. It is about the places and stories that make Australia special. It includes our amazing natural places, our rich Indigenous heritage and the diverse historic sites that together reflect our development as a nation
Australian High Commission in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Australian High Commission in Brunei Darussalam.
Australian High Commission in Ottawa, Canada.
Australian High Commission in Nicosia, Cyprus.
Australian High Commission in Suva, Fiji Islands.