The transparency law of Australia has been in force since 1982 and with it has earned 84 points in the Global Right to Information Rating (RTI Rating). With that score Australia is now ranked 65 in the transparency ranking formed by 123 countries, meaning it is among those that must improve its laws in order to guarantee access to information.
This index ranks countries giving them a score of 0-150 depending on the strength of its legal framework which guarantees the right to information.
In the next table you can also see the scores obtained by Australia in each of the groups that make up the index. Access the list with the classification of all countries by clicking on RTI Rating and the economic information for Australia by clicking on Economy of Australia.