Welcome to the Business Consultation website

The Business Consultation website connects businesses, individuals, industry associations and not for profits with Australian Government departments and agencies. It provides opportunities for them to work together to develop and improve Australian Government policies and regulations. more »

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Businesses & individuals

If you're an Australian business owner, individual, industry association or not for profit interested in business, the Australian Government wants to find out what you think about policies and regulations that may affect you or your business.

By registering with the Business Consultation website, you will:

  • Be better informed about policy and regulations affecting your business.
  • Have the opportunity to influence the development of new policy and regulation.

Register now to have your say. For further information visit our business & individuals page.

Government agencies

If you're an Australian Government department or agency, you can use this site to consult with businesses and individuals about business-related policy and regulation.

By registering you will:

  • Be able to reach a wider and more diverse audience.
  • Consult more easily with your stakeholders.

Register now to start consulting with businesses and individuals. For further information visit our government agencies page.

Public Consultations RSS


  • Scope of Australia's Measurement Laws
    You are invited to comment on the first in a series of consultations on Australia's measurement laws. This consultation is seeking views on what should and should not be in scope of measurement laws.
  • Use of Garnishee Notices
    You are invited to comment on the review into the Australian Taxation Office's use of garnishee notices. A garnishee notice can be sent to a third party (for example, banks and employers) to obtain money to satisfy a taxpayer's debt.
  • Improving the Integrity of Stapled Structures
    You are invited to comment on the draft legislation aimed at addressing the impact to corporate tax and concessions available to foreign investors caused by stapled structures. A stapled structure is an arrangement where two or more entities that are commonly owned (at least one of which is a trust) are bound together, such that they cannot be bought or sold separately.

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