The Registered Organisations Commission (ROC) regulates registered organisations in Australia. Find out more about registered organisations, the role of the ROC, the Registered Organisations Commissioner, (the Commissioner) and the legislation that governs both the ROC and registered organisations.
About registered organisations
What is a registered organisation?
The ROC helps registered organisations to comply with legislative requirements. The ROC also monitors compliance and where necessary conducts inquiries, investigations and litigation regarding non-compliance. Learn about the ROC’s role and responsibilities.
About the Commissioner
Meet the Commissioner.
Our organisation chart
Our organisation chart.
Legislation governs the work of ROC and registered organisations. Read about the legislation.
News and media
Find out where to go for media enquiries and read the latest news and media.
Complaints and feedback about the ROC
Find out how to make a complaint or provide feedback about the ROC.
Access, accountability and reporting
Find links to resources and publications that form part of the regulatory framework of the ROC on our Access, accountability and reporting page.
Freedom of information
Find out about freedom of information requests and related information.
Access the ROC's policies.