Gazettes provide the official record of announcements and decisions made by Governments.
Items dealt with include:
In the first few years of the colony, gazette notices were published in the South Australian gazette and colonial register, available on microfilm at the State Library or online via Trove.
Gazettes were published separately from 1839 onwards. Hard copies are kept on open access in the Government Publications collection, and also available online.
1839 - current: Hard copy Government Publications Collection
1839 - 1999: AustLii database (joint project of Piper Alderman and the State Library of South Australia)
1999 - current: SA Government Gazette website
An index was published annually to 1876; after which it was published half-yearly and is bound with the gazettes.
Historical gazettes (1901-2012) browsable by year, can be found on the Federal Register of Legislation. (This includes special and periodic notices)
Notices from October 2012 onwards can be searched on the same site.
Hard copy gazettes, dating back to 1901 (‘Commonwealth of Australia gazette') can be located and requested via the State Library catalogue.
Current and past notices from the APS Employment gazette can be found online.
Online holdings for State and Territory gazettes