To find legislation on a topic, try keyword searches on the legislation register websites above or on AustLII.
For additional legislation databases, check the Finding Legislation page in the SCU Guide to Online Legal Research.
State Governments may also call Royal Commissions, and these will have their own website. Try searching Google for the title of the Royal Commission. You could also use the 'site' limit to narrow your results. E.g.:
site:vic.gov.au "Royal Commission"
Parliamentary Committees are often formed to investigate a specific issue and provide the community with a way to have a say on topical or policy issues. Browse or search the Parliamentary websites below for Committee documents, including terms of reference and final reports.
To find government policy documents, try browsing relevant government department websites for a 'policy library' or 'resource centre'.
You can also try an advanced search in Google, using the 'site' limit to narrow your results to government websites. Watch the short video below for tips on using Google's advanced search.