Publications

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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    • Annual Plan 2015-16
      Annual Plan 2015-16 - Report

      EPA produces an annual plan to outline our priorities, key activities and the budgeted expenditure we commit to as part of delivering our 5 Year Plan.

      Type: Report

      Category: Environment

      EPA Victoria

    • Annual Plan 2017–18
      Annual Plan 2017–18 - Report

      The annual plan sets out, for the coming financial year, our work program and the resources required to implement the program.

      Type: Report

      Category:

      Victorian Auditor-General's Office

    • Annual Plan 2018–19
      Annual Plan 2018–19 - Report

      Section 7A of the Audit Act 1994 requires the Auditor-General to develop an annual plan and present it to Parliament, following consultation with Parliament’s Public Accounts and Estimates Committee.
      As such it is a key accountability mechanism for the Auditor-General and his office. It sets out our work program and also gives Parliament, the public sector and the Victorian community the opportunity to assess our goals and understand our audit priorities.
      Our three-year planning cycle for performance audits provides us with the opportunity to engage early with our stakeholders, and allows audited agencies to facilitate any necessary preparations for scheduled audits well in advance.
      Our forward program also supports our strategic objectives. It is important that we explore our full mandate of economy, efficiency, effectiveness and compliance audits. We have sought to rebalance our performance program in 2018–19, with targeted reviews that focus on efficiency. We have tended to focus on outcome effectiveness in recent years, and in doing so, are not realising the opportunities that present themselves by focusing on cost-effectiveness.
      We design our work program to be flexible and responsive. This allows us to direct our efforts towards doing the right audits at the right time, and using our resources to make a difference in the community. Throughout the process of developing this plan, we undertook extensive consultation with an expanded range of stakeholders at multiple stages, and considered all feedback received thoroughly as part of the finalisation of our audit program.

      Type: Report

      Category: Other

      Victorian Auditor-General's Office

    • Applying the High Value High Risk Process to Unsolicited Proposals (2015–16:5)
      Applying the High Value High Risk Process to Unsolicited Proposals (2015–16:5) - Report

      The audit assessed whether the High Value High Risk process has been effectively applied to two unsolicited proposals—the $1.3 billion CityLink Tulla Widening project and the $2.5 billion Cranbourne Pakenham Rail Corridor project.

      Type: Report

      Category: Infrastructure

      Victorian Auditor-General's Office

    • Apprenticeship and Traineeship Completion (2013–14:23)
      Apprenticeship and Traineeship Completion (2013–14:23) - Report

      The audit determined whether the activities of the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) and the Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority (VRQA) maximise apprenticeship and traineeship completion.

      Type: Report

      Category: Education

      Victorian Auditor-General's Office

    • Arabic
      Arabic - Study Design

      Accreditation period - Units 1-4: 2005-2018. The accreditation period has been extended until 31 December 2018.

      Type: Study Design

      Category: Education

      Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority

    • Armenian
      Armenian - Study Design

      Accreditation period - Units 1-4: 2002-2020
      The accreditation period has been extended until 31 December 2020.

      Type: Study Design

      Category: Education

      Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority

    • Art
      Art - Study Design

      Accreditation period - Units 1-4: 2017-2021​​​
      The accreditation period for VCE Art Units 1-4 will expire on 31 December 2021

      Type: Study Design

      Category: Education

      Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority

    • Ash residue in Morwell roof cavities - Community report - May 2017
      Ash residue in Morwell roof cavities - Community report - May 2017 - Report

      Final reports for the ash residue in Morwell roof cavities. The results of Senversa’s study show that brown coal ash did settle in some Morwell roof cavities during the Hazelwood coal mine fire in 2014. However, the ash is not likely to make people sick over time.

      Based on their study, Senversa found that the removal of ash or dust from roof cavities is unnecessary for health purposes.

      Type: Report

      Category: Health

      Department of Health and Human Services

    • Assessing Benefits from the Regional Rail Link Project (2017-18:18)
      Assessing Benefits from the Regional Rail Link Project (2017-18:18) - Report

      The Regional Rail Link (RRL) project was, at the time of its approval and delivery, one of the largest and most expensive rail projects ever built in Victoria, with an estimated final cost of $3.65 billion. Since opening, the project has untangled regional and metropolitan train lines by providing a dedicated high-speed corridor for V/Line trains to access the inner areas of Melbourne.

      Type: Report

      Category: Transport

      Victorian Auditor-General's Office

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