Publications - VicRoads

The Victorian Government publications directory enables you to discover government publications and maps online. All publications are available for download from departmental websites.

For Legislation

To download authorised legislation, visit Legislation.vic.gov.au

To purchase hardcopy legislation:

SAI Global Bookshop
85 Buckhurst Street
South Melbourne VIC 3205
Telephone: 131 242
SAI Global offers a print on demand service. There may be a short wait while they print your legislation. Alternatively, please order by phone or online.

For Maps

To purchase hardcopy Topographic Maps 1:50,000 & 1:25,000

Visit Vicmap Topographic - Hardcopy Maps to locate a list of retailers.

Local Histories

Visit the Royal Historical Society of Victoria bookshop

 

The Royal Historical Society of Victoria
239 A'Beckett Street
Melbourne VIC 3000
Telephone: (03) 9326 9288

Should you require further assistance in accessing government publications, please contact the Victorian Government Contact Centre on 1300 366 356

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    Publications

    The Victorian Government provides a range of publications from departments and agencies.

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    • 2015 Victorian Road Trauma: Analysis of Fatalities and Serious Injuries
      2015 Victorian Road Trauma: Analysis of Fatalities and Serious Injuries - Report

      In 2015, there were 252 deaths on Victoria’s roads, resulting from 231 fatal crashes. The annual road toll has now increased for two consecutive years. The 2015 road toll was 4 (2%) more than the 2014 road toll and 9 (4%) more than our lowest road toll in 2013.

      Type: Report

      Category: Transport

      VicRoads

    • About the medical review process
      About the medical review process - Brochure

      Learn about how and why we do medical reviews.

      Type: Brochure

      Category: Health, Transport

      VicRoads

    • About the Victorian Alcohol Interlock Program
      About the Victorian Alcohol Interlock Program - Brochure

      More drink-driving offences require you to use an alcohol interlock when you get your licence* back.
      * Licence means any Victorian learner permits and/or driver/motorcycle licence.

      Type: Brochure

      Category: Transport

      VicRoads

    • Annual Report 2013-2014
      Annual Report 2013-2014 - Report

      VicRoads Annual Report 2013-2014 records VicRoads performance and achievements from 1 July 2013 to 30 June 2014.

      Type: Report

      Category: Transport

      VicRoads

    • Annual Report 2015-2016
      Annual Report 2015-2016 - Report

      VicRoads Annual Report 2015-2016 records VicRoads performance and achievements from 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016.

      Type: Report

      Category: Transport

      VicRoads

    • Bike Ed Certificates
      Bike Ed Certificates - Brochure

      Certificates for students which recognise completion of key components of Bike Ed.

      Type: Brochure

      Category: Transport

      VicRoads

    • Bike Ed: Family Guide to Bike Ed
      Bike Ed: Family Guide to Bike Ed - Brochure

      Information for parents on supporting their child?s riding skills development, the need for correct riding gear and a safe bike, and safer places to ride.

      Type: Brochure

      Category: Transport

      VicRoads

    • Bus & truck driver handbook
      Bus & truck driver handbook - Handbook

      The bus and truck driver handbook sets out the legal and road safety requirements for drivers of buses and trucks.

      Type: Handbook

      Category: Transport

      VicRoads

    • Bus Travel in Hazardous Areas - Snowfields
      Bus Travel in Hazardous Areas - Snowfields - Brochure

      In accordance with Chapter 9 of the Road Safety (Vehicles) Regulations 2009, certain areas of the Victorian Alpine region, have been declared as hazardous areas. The driver of a vehicle described in the Bulletin must hold a Hazardous Area Authority when driving in a declared hazardous area.

      Type: Brochure

      Category: Transport

      VicRoads

    • Getting your licence back
      Getting your licence back - Brochure

      Find out what you need to do to get your licence* back after a drink-driving offence.
      *Licence means any Victorian learner permits and/or driver/motorcycle licence.

      Type: Brochure

      Category: Transport

      VicRoads

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