Australasian Legal Information Institute (AustLII)
Full-text of primary and secondary legal resources. Current for jurisprudence; check the currency of legislation or go to ComLaw (Commonwealth Law).

Australian Treaties Library
Full text in multilateral and bilateral. See also Treaty Series (full text of treaties and Australian Treaties which are not yet in force).

ComLaw (Commonwealth Law)
ComLaw is an integral part of the Australian Law Online initiative and is maintained by the Australian Attorney-General's Department.Comlaw incorporates the Federal Register of Legislative Instruments (FRLI).

LexisNexis Butterworths
Fee based database. The library doesn't have a subscription. See the library's collection policy. The database offers a wide range of legal databases including Casebase, Halsbury's Laws of Australia, unreported and reported judgments.

Commonwealth (federal) Attorney General Department's Window on the Law
The Australian Government entry point to all Australian Government legal resources. This is the official site of the Commonwealth Attorney-General's Department and portfolio and provides a "Window on the Law" to much Australian legislation and judgments of courts.

Commonwealth Government
Information and related services.

Foundation Law
Access to free Australian and international legal materials.

Law Reform Commission
Established in 1975, the Commission is a permanent, independent federal statutory corporation, operating under the Australian Law Reform Commission Act 1996 (Cth.)

National Library

National University: Asian & Pacific Information
ANU - Coombsweb Social Sciences Server.

Parliamentary Library Internet Resources

Legislation, and Hansard papers. See also the Parliamentary Library.

Records of the Australasian Federal Conventions of the 1890s

University of Melbourne Law Library
Links to Australian sites, including the states who are not participating in Austlii, and all the regulators: Anstat - Victorian legislation and the Australian Tax Practice Legislation & Commentary.

A Guide to online research resources for the Australian Federal Legal System with some reference to the State Level by Petal Kinder
Researching Australian Law by Nicholas Pengelley