Australian Bureau of Statistics
Making a Freedom of Information Request
What is Freedom Of Information?
Freedom of Information (FOI) extends the right of every person to access information in the possession of the Australian Government and its authorities. It is limited only by exemptions necessary to protect essential public interests and private and business affairs of those about whom government agencies collect and hold information.
Information about the types of documents the ABS holds is available in the ABS Annual Report.
Making a Request
Information on how to make a request
This provides links to information that has been given in response to Freedom of Information requests made
Information Publication Scheme
This provides a broad range of information that is required to be published under Part II of the Freedom of Information Act 1982
This page last updated 13 February 2015