For other government instruments and notices see the Gazette.
For the full text of Bills, and details on the passage of Bills, see Bills.
A new selection of user-generated interactive tables is offered by the NSW Parliamentary Counsel's Office to provide information about the status of Acts, statutory instruments, environmental planning instruments, and associated matters. This feature provides access to a range of user-generated interactive legislation information tables. The tables cover instruments in force and as made, applied laws, repealed instruments, Bills, and commencement information and can be generated to show information as at a specific date or over a specified period. The tables include links to In Force or As Made versions of the instruments where applicable.
The current tables are generated from the constantly updated NSW legislation database and are printable and downloadable in various formats from the Tables page of the NSW legislation website. This section of the website also includes links to superseded print-based tables (including the former Legislation in Force guide) and other miscellaneous ancillary research material.
This material will be constantly updated and the addition of new legislation, and updates to information relating to legislation, will usually be completed within 3 days of the relevant legislative event.
The NSW Bills collection (including Explanatory notes and Consultation drafts) has been extended and now includes Bills from 2003 onwards. This is a collection of Bills at all stages of the Parliamentary process (eg First Print, Second Print, Passed by both Houses), of Explanatory notes for Bills as introduced into Parliament and of Consultation drafts of Bills publicly released before introduction. The collection includes all Bills introduced from 2003 onwards, and a separate collection of Explanatory notes from 1990-2002. These are static PDF documents and form a permanent archive.
This material will be constantly updated and the addition of new Bills, and updates to Bill information and PDF versions, will usually be completed within 3 days of the relevant Parliamentary event.