Electoral and third-party lobbying laws in New South Wales require certain information to be made public in the interests of transparency.
The Electoral Commission publishes details of political donations and electoral expenditure disclosed by political parties, elected members, candidates, groups of candidates, associated entities, third-party campaigners, and political donors. Disclosures are published as soon as practicable after the due date for submitting the disclosures.
View political donation and electoral expenditure disclosures.
The Electoral Commission publishes Registers and lists containing the details of political participants including candidates, political parties and their party agents and senior office holders, third-party campaigners and their official agents, third-party lobbyists, and others. If registered details change, political participants are required to notify the Electoral Commission within 30 days and the published registers are updated accordingly. Copies of claims for public funding from the Administration Fund, New Parties Fund and Election Campaigns Fund are also published.
Public registers, lists and notices
- Register of candidates
- Register of parties
- Party registration notices and cancelled registrations
- Senior office holders
- Register of party agents
- Register of associated entities
- Register of third-party campaigners
- Register of official agents
- Register of third-party lobbyists
- Register of non-prohibited donors
- Public funding claims and payments