Click on the links below to access the vast array of resources available on-line to help you understand and enforce your consumer rights.


On 1 January 2011 the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) commenced.  The ACL is a cooperative reform of the Australian Government and the States and Territories, through the Ministerial Council on Consumer Affairs (MCCA).  This website contains information about the ACL and its enforcement, and consumer policy in Australia.


The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission ( ACCC) is Australia’s competition regulator and national consumer law champion. The Commission's website contains a wealth of informtion about consumer issues.


Consumer and Business Services is the South Australian government agency for consumers and people in business.  The new Consumer and Business Services website gives you access to a range of local consumer and business affairs information and resources. 

CHOICE is the number one advocate of consumer rights in Australia.  As the public face of the Australian Consumers’ Association (ACA) CHOICE is a completely self funded body that is committed to providing consumers with advocacy and advice



The Consumers Federation of Australia is the peak body for consumer organisations in Australia. CFA represents a diverse range of consumer organisations, including all of Australia’s major consumer organisations. 


Consumers International is the independent global campaigning voice for consumers. With over 220 member organisations in 115 countries, it aims to build a powerful international consumer movement to help protect and empower consumers everywhere.