Office costs

Reports on office costs by state

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This page provides expenditure reports data for 1 July 2021 to 30 June 2022. Expenditure reports from 1 July 2022 are available at Reporting.

Expenditure administered by the Department of Finance on the establishment, relocation and refurbishment of electorate, office holder and former Prime Minister's offices outside of Parliament House.

The data from 1 January 2019 onwards is also published on for download.

Expenditure information for 1 January 2017 to 30 June 2021 is available on Trove.

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State or Territory Period Amount
Australian Capital Territory 2022Q02 $0.00
New South Wales 2022Q02 $182,300.55
Northern Territory 2022Q02 $3,420.14
Queensland 2022Q02 $43,444.84
South Australia 2022Q02 $507,546.00
Tasmania 2022Q02 $6,343.00
Victoria 2022Q02 $203,278.26
Western Australia 2022Q02 $26,935.53
Australian Capital Territory 2022Q01 $1,999.00
New South Wales 2022Q01 $733,627.39
Northern Territory 2022Q01 $768.18
Queensland 2022Q01 $25,678.95
South Australia 2022Q01 $266,460.82
Tasmania 2022Q01 $11,605.00
Victoria 2022Q01 $384,831.52
Western Australia 2022Q01 $463,673.74
Australian Capital Territory 2021Q03 $0.00
New South Wales 2021Q03 $850,931.62
Northern Territory 2021Q03 $505.00
Queensland 2021Q03 $19,223.18
South Australia 2021Q03 $510,872.84
Tasmania 2021Q03 $5,905.00
Victoria 2021Q03 $1,022,621.23
Western Australia 2021Q03 $137,519.53
Australian Capital Territory 2021Q04 $7,455.00
New South Wales 2021Q04 $536,901.32
Northern Territory 2021Q04 $0.00
Queensland 2021Q04 $13,896.61
South Australia 2021Q04 $638,392.39
Tasmania 2021Q04 $140.91
Victoria 2021Q04 $314,499.27
Western Australia 2021Q04 $198,872.75
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