List of Australian treaties
This is a list of currently active treaties that the Government of Australia has entered into since the federation of Australia in 1901. The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, in conjunction with the Australasian Legal Information Institute, has published an online Australian Treaties Database from where this list is obtained and updated.
Treaties with Indigenous peoples of AustraliaEdit
No substantial treaty has been entered into between the government of Australia and the Indigenous people of Australia. As of 2017[update] Australia is the only Commonwealth country that does not have such a treaty. Some prior treaties exist in pockets, such as Batman's Treaty, but these are not substantial government treaties, i.e. treaties between the Government of the day and the traditional custodians of the land.[further explanation needed]
International bilateral treatiesEdit
Bilateral treaties on extradition and criminal mattersEdit
Bilateral treaties on postal services and money ordersEdit
Bilateral treaties on commerce, trade and arbitrationEdit
Bilateral treaties on intellectual propertyEdit
Bilateral treaties by countryEdit
- "Why doesn't Australia have an indigenous treaty?". BBC News. 24 May 2017.
- "What will Indigenous treaties mean?". ABC News. 14 December 2016. Archived from the original on 5 June 2017.
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