Reporting

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IPEA publishes the information for each reporting period on data.gov.au approximately two weeks after expenditure reports are published on the IPEA website.

Publication schedule

PeriodExpected publication date
October to December 2022Week of 4 March 2024
January to March 2023Week of 1 April 2024

Summary expenditure information for current and former parliamentarians

Detailed expenditure for current and former parliamentarians

Certification details for current and former parliamentarian expenditure

Expenditure administered by the Department of Finance on office costs

Adjustments that are required, or will be required, due to administrative errors as a result of manual processing

Repayments for current and former parliamentarian expenditure

Expenditure by state

Expenditure by party political affiliation

Expenditure reports 2021-2022

Explanatory notes for expenditure by current parliamentarians

Explanatory notes for expenditure by former parliamentarians

Additional information including historical changes to expenditure reporting and why some offices have higher travel expenditure

Six-monthly expenditure reports

Expenditure reports for July 2008 to December 2016 can be viewed on the Department of Finance website.

Special purpose aircraft

Special purpose aircraft flight schedules are published on the Department of Defence website.

Parliamentarian expenditure paid by the Department of Parliamentary Services

Current and former parliamentarians’ expenditure on work expenses paid by the Department of Parliamentary Services is published on the Department of Parliamentary Services website.

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The Independent Parliamentary Expenses Authority acknowledges the traditional owners and custodians of country throughout Australia and acknowledges their continuing connection to Land, Waters and Community.

We pay our respects to the people, the cultures and the Elders past, present and emerging.