Publications - Victorian Auditor-General's Office

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

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    • Access to Education for Rural Students (2013–14:25)
      Access to Education for Rural Students (2013–14:25) - Report

      Students in rural Victoria make up 30 per cent of the student population. In rural Victoria levels of disadvantage are higher and educational aspirations and outcomes are lower than for metropolitan areas. This creates unique and complex challenges for government agencies. This audit assessed the effectiveness of the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development's (DEECD) activities to ensure that Victorians in rural and regional areas have access to a high-quality education and that outcomes for these students are maximised.

      Type: Report

      Category: Education

      Victorian Auditor-General's Office

    • Access to Legal Aid (2014–15:4)
      Access to Legal Aid (2014–15:4) - Report

      The audit found that Victoria Legal Aid (VLA) is performing its role delivering legal aid services across Victoria, and prioritising the most vulnerable people based on a sound understanding of demand drivers and funding risks.

      Type: Report

      Category: Justice

      Victorian Auditor-General's Office

    • Access to Public Dental Services in Victoria (2016–17:13)
      Access to Public Dental Services in Victoria (2016–17:13) - Report

      This audit assessed the extent to which people eligible for public dental services have timely access to dental services, and whether the Department of Health & Human Services and Dental Health Services Victoria effectively facilitate timely access.

      Type: Report

      Category: Health

      Victorian Auditor-General's Office

    • Access to Public Housing (2011–12:24)
      Access to Public Housing (2011–12:24) - Report

      Providing access to public housing is an important way that the government assists those in housing need. This audit examined how effectively the Department of Human Services (the department), through its Housing and Community Building division (the division), plans for and maintains public housing assets, to support current and future access for eligible tenants.

      Type: Report

      Category: Property & Planning

      Victorian Auditor-General's Office

    • Access to Public Sector Information (2015-16:20)
      Access to Public Sector Information (2015-16:20) - Report

      The audit assessed whether selected agencies are effectively facilitating access to public sector information.

      Type: Report

      Category: Other

      Victorian Auditor-General's Office

    • Access to Services for Migrants, Refugees and Asylum Seekers (2013–14:29)
      Access to Services for Migrants, Refugees and Asylum Seekers (2013–14:29) - Report

      The focus of the audit was on service delivery departments (health, education, and human services) and central agencies with responsibility for multicultural affairs.

      Type: Report

      Category: Community

      Victorian Auditor-General's Office

    • Accessibility of Mainstream Services for Aboriginal Victorians (2013–14:28)
      Accessibility of Mainstream Services for Aboriginal Victorians (2013–14:28) - Report

      This audit assessed the accessibility of mainstream services such as hospitals, maternal and child health services, schools and kindergartens, and community and public housing for Aboriginal Victorians.

      Type: Report

      Category: Other

      Victorian Auditor-General's Office

    • Additional School Costs for Families (2014–15:14)
      Additional School Costs for Families (2014–15:14) - Report

      This audit assessed whether DET and government schools are managing parent education costs economically, efficiently and effectively.

      Type: Report

      Category: Education

      Victorian Auditor-General's Office

    • Additional School Costs for Families Appendix A Victorian School funding explained (2014-15:14)
      Additional School Costs for Families Appendix A Victorian School funding explained (2014-15:14) - Report

      The Victorian school funding model is complex. Under the current model, government schools derive funding from multiple sources for various purposes. The information piece explains where the funding comes from and what it is used for.

      Type: Report

      Category: Education

      Victorian Auditor-General's Office

    • Addressing Homelessness: Partnerships and Plans (2012–13:20)
      Addressing Homelessness: Partnerships and Plans (2012–13:20) - Report

      Homelessness has a significant impact on both individuals and the community. Homeless people have poorer health, fewer social connections and fewer opportunities for education or employment. The audit examined whether Victoria's implementation of the National Partnership Agreement on Homelessness (NPAH) and the Victorian Homelessness Action Plan 2011-2015 (VHAP) is effective in addressing homelessness.

      Type: Report

      Category: Community

      Victorian Auditor-General's Office

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