Tasmanian government publications

A guide to accessing Tasmanian government publications at our library and online.

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This guide assists with locating Tasmanian government publications online and in the State Library of Victoria's (SLV) catalogue.

Australia has three levels of government - federal, state and local. For an overview look at the Australian government site.

The official website of the Tasmanian state government has information on the different departments and portfolios of government.

Service Tasmania offers one stop access to government transactions, services and information.

Tasmanian government organisations are available from the Service Tasmania website.

Try the Local Government Association of Tasmania for more information on local government.

The Parliament of Tasmania has information on the workings and documents of this body.

Laws of Tasmania are available from Tasmania Legislation Online, and also from the Australasian Legal Information Institute, AustLII.

State Library Victoria has separate research guides on using Commonwealth government publications, Victorian government publications, Finding Australian legislation, South Australian government publications and New South Wales government publications.

Houses of Parliament Hobart Town ca. 1873, State Library of Tasmania

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