Office costs

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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 data.gov.au for download.

Expenditure information for 1 January 2017 to 30 June 2021 is available on Trove. Office costs for 1 July 2021 to 30 June 2022 are available under Expenditure reports 2021-2022.

Reporting period:

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State or Territory Period Amount
Australian Capital Territory 2023Q01 $645.51
New South Wales 2023Q01 $324,447.55
Northern Territory 2023Q01 $2,054.55
Queensland 2023Q01 $116,336.49
South Australia 2023Q01 $75,266.20
Tasmania 2023Q01 $110,750.10
Victoria 2023Q01 $457,139.30
Western Australia 2023Q01 $19,887.87
Australian Capital Territory 2022Q04 $3,565.00
New South Wales 2022Q04 $497,301.91
Northern Territory 2022Q04 $4,376.36
Queensland 2022Q04 $101,461.28
South Australia 2022Q04 $125,066.49
Tasmania 2022Q04 $31,524.00
Victoria 2022Q04 $2,204,504.58
Western Australia 2022Q04 $35,350.49
Australian Capital Territory 2022Q03 $1,010.00
New South Wales 2022Q03 $121,856.72
Northern Territory 2022Q03 $19,707.27
Queensland 2022Q03 $85,507.48
South Australia 2022Q03 $88,102.94
Tasmania 2022Q03 $17,243.39
Victoria 2022Q03 $1,296,591.80
Western Australia 2022Q03 $33,663.96
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