National Competition Council
The National Competition Council is a research and advisory body which was established in 1995 by agreement of the Council of Australian Governments (COAG). The Council's main function is to recommend on the regulation of third party access to services provided by monopoly infrastructure. Section 29B of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 sets out the functions and powers of the Council. The Council is an independent entity, which has an arrangement with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission with respect to the provision of secretariat services.
Level 17, Casselden, 2 Lonsdale St
Melbourne Central VIC 3000Australia
Type of Body
A. Non Corporate Commonwealth Entity
GFS Sector Classification
Established By / Under
PGPA Rule (Schedule 1)
Annual Report Prepared and tabled?
GFS Function / Sector Reported
Other Economic Affairs
PS Act Body
Yes - Statutory Agency
6 November 1995
GPO Box 250, Melbourne Vic 3001