A Parliamentary Paper is any document which has been tabled in Parliament, then ordered to be printed and made available to the public as a printed paper, and can include reports from various committees, findings of Royal Commissions, annual reports for government departments and subordinated legislation.
|Commonwealth||Parliament of Australia - Tabled Papers|
|Queensland||Queensland Parliament - Tabled Papers|
|New South Wales||Parliament of New South Wales - Hansard & House Papers|
|Victoria||Parliament of Victoria - Parliamentary Papers Database|
|Western Australia||Parliament of Western Australia - Tabled Papers|
|South Australia||Parliament of South Australia - Tabled Papers & Petitions|
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|Northern Territory||Legislative Assembly of the Northern Territory - Tabled Papers|
|Australian Capital Territory||ACT Legislative Assembly - Tabled Papers|
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