Please note that information published in the Gazette is fully discoverable on-line through search engines such as Google and Yahoo. Therefore, notices that include both a person's name and private address when submitted for publication must be accompanied by a signed 'Public Disclosure of Information in the Government Gazette' form. Alternatively, where there is no legislative requirement to publish full details, it may be appropriate to modify the copy, for example, by deleting the private address entirely or substituting a business address for the private address.
All charges include GST.
The deadline for copy for each Thursday's Gazette is 9.30 am the previous Tuesday. Prepayment is not required.
The cost to publish notices is $73.49 per page, $38.82 per half page, or $5.28 per column cm including GST.
A 15% discount applies to emailed copy if there is minimal alteration required.
Late notices incur a 10% surcharge, if they are accepted. Late withdrawal of a notice incurs a charge of 50% of the full advertising rate to cover the cost of typesetting, layout and proofreading.
Copy must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Text must be supplied in a Word file and logos and maps must be supplied in a PDF file.
Your email should include the following information, a name and address for invoicing purposes. A proof of the notice will be emailed through to you prior to publication. Please supply the relevant name, telephone and email address of the person who will approve the notice. A written 'OK' (fax or email) must be received by this office by 3pm on Tuesday prior to Thursday's publication of the Gazette. If a written 'OK' isn't received by the deadline then the notice cannot be published and the Government Department will be charged 50% of the full advertising rate to cover the cost of typesetting, layout and proofreading. No additions or amendments will be accepted over the telephone; all changes must be in writing.
Orders in Council may be lodged prior to receiving assent with the Governor's or Clerk's signature. They will be published only after they are approved and signed.