Australian governments


Australian governments

For the operations of Australia's federal government, see
*Government of Australia
*Queen of Australia
*Governor-General of Australia
*Prime Minister of Australia
*Parliament of Australia
*High Court of Australia
*Australian electoral system

For the operations of the governments of Australia's states and territories, see
*Governors of the Australian states
*Parliaments of the Australian states and territories
*Premiers of the Australian states
*Government of New South Wales
*Government of Victoria
*Government of Queensland
*Government of Western Australia
*Government of South Australia
*Government of Tasmania
*Government of the Australian Capital Territory
*Government of the Northern Territory

For local government see
*Local government in Australia
*Local Government Areas in Australia


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