The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) maintains a number of privacy registers, which can be found on this page.
Public interest determinations register
The Privacy Act 1988 (Privacy Act) allows the Privacy Commissioner to make Public interest deteminations (PID). More information about PIDs, how the Privacy Commissioner makes these determinations and a list of PIDs on the Public interest determinations register page.
Privacy codes register
The Privacy Act allows organisations and industries to have and to enforce their own privacy codes that continue to uphold the privacy rights of individuals while allowing some flexibility of application for organisations. More information about privacy codes and a list of current privacy codes can be found on the Privacy codes register page.
Privacy opt-in register
The Privacy Act allows small business operators, who would otherwise not be covered by the Privacy Act, to choose to be treated as an organisation for the purposes of the Act and therefore subject to the National Privacy Principles. For more information about how to opt-in, the opt-in form and how to opt-out in see the Privacy opt-in register page.