Screen Australia is a newly established Australian Government agency operating under the Screen Australia Act 2008 (Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts). Read More >>
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The National Library of Australia is the country’s largest reference library. Our role is to ensure that documentary resources of national significance relating to Australia and the Australian people, as well as significant non-Australian library materials, are collected, preserved and made accessible either through the Library itself or through collaborative arrangements with other libraries and information providers.
By offering a strong national focus in all that we do and cooperating with others who share our goals, the Library contributes to the continuing vitality of Australia’s culture and heritage
Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) and SBS Independent (SBSi) SBS is a national, public broadcaster with a special mandate to reflect the multicultural nature of Australian society. The principal function of SBS is to provide multilingual and multicultural radio and television services that inform, Read More >>
Office of Film and Literature Classification (OFLC) The Office of Film and Literature Classification is responsible for the classification of publications, films and computer games according to the Classification Act 1995 which came into force on January 1 1996. The Act is part of a new cooperative classification agreement between Australia’s states and territories. The Classification Board is a Commonwealth Agency which is part of the Attorney-General’s Department portfolio.
National Film and Sound Archive National Film and Sound Archive Research Centre and Library The National Film and Sound Archive plays a leading role in preserving and collecting Australia’s film, television and sound heritage. The Archive collection includes books, journals, CD-ROMs, films, videos and sound recordings, as well as photographic stills, posters, lobby cards, publicity material and press clippings. Read More >>
DFAT Country Fact Sheets The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) country fact sheets provide economic and other information about countries, including details of trade relationships with Australia.
Business.gov.au offers you simple and convenient access to all the government information, transactions and services you need. It’s a whole-of-government service providing essential information on planning, starting and running your business.
The Australia Council is the primary Federal Government funding and advisory body for the arts. It is a Commonwealth statutory authority created under the Australia Council Act 1975. Its predecessor was the Australian Council for the Arts, established in 1968. The Australia Council has greater independence from Government than the former Australian Council for the Arts, with its policy making functions also extended. The Council is modelled on the Arts Council of Great Britain.
Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA), formerly the (ABA) The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) is responsible for the regulation of broadcasting, radiocommunications, telecommunications and online content.
Australian Children’s Television Foundation (ACTF) The ACTF is a national non-profit organisation encouraging the development, production and dissemination of television programs, films and other audiovisual media for children, and the promotion of these programs in the community.