The Australian Yellow Pages is a business directory covering all of Australia. It is produced by Sensis – formerly wholly owned by Australian phone company Telstra. The yellow pages is a category organized directory with primarily business listings.
A business directory covering all of Australia. Includes a search (with proximity to a suburb or postal code) as well as directory listing of many business across the country.
Local business directory in operation since 2006. Includes customer reviews and ratings for popular categories.
Local business directory focused on Melbourne in operation since 1993, now expanding to include a national online directory.
Claiming to be Australia’s largest independent & Australian owned search company, Local Search focuses on the areas of Queensland, New South Wales, and the Northern Territory.
Business directory founded in 1989.
Includes information on government and indigenous resources across Australia.
A business directory where businesses can submit their own listings, it has a national search as well as regional searches.
A business directory of Australia.
The white pages originated from a paper directory where listings were in alphabetical order – for example a business called “Bob’s plumbing” would be listed under “B” instead of the category “Plumbing.”
The directory can also be searched by state or territory (Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, and Western Australia) and also has results for major cities such as Sydney, Melbourne, Darwin, Gold Coast, Hobart, Adelaide, Brisbane, Newcastle, and Perth.
Personal lookup directory covering all of Australia.
Reverse lookup service for Australia, allowing a search by name and state as well as phone number.
A reverse directory for Australia, including popular number lookup.
Includes comments and individual feedback on specific numbers (to help identify callers using private numbers) as well as descriptions of calling activity.
Search Australian phone data by phone number. Includes an advanced search by address or postal code.
A website where users can comment on who an Australian phone number belongs to.
Directory for federal departments and minsters, as well as courts, judges, parliament, and the governor general.
It also includes links to state and territorial directories in Australia.
Search by name, organization, or function, as well as different government departments. There is also a list of popular directory listings.
A list of government agencies in the Northern Territory. Each department may (or may not) have an individual directory listed for its members – for example Parliament has its own directory.
Covering directory services as well as direct links to popular services used in New South Wales
Including contacts for state parliament, government departments, the premier, state government departments, local government departments, and even mail merge lists for different groups within the Queensland government structure.
Contact information for the premier and ministers of the South Australian government, members of parliament, as well as state government departments and local council contact information.
Search or browse the Tasmanian Government directory. Includes contacts for all ministers and members of parliament, as well as employees and government departments.
Contact information for the cabinet and members of the legislative assembly, as well as different government departments within the State of Victoria, including the courts system.
Contact information for major government bodies, departments, and officials, as well as an A to Z index of government contacts and services.
Through Australia Post, this is the primary postcode lookup for Australia.
Provided by the National Library of Australia, this directory lists all libraries across the country.