Australia’s measurement legislation helps to ensure that buyers get what they pay for and supports health and safety outcomes for all Australians. The Measurement Law Review has identified means to streamline, simplify and modernise the framework to meet current and future needs of industry and consumers.

Find out more about the measurement law review.

Why are we seeking your feedback?


We’re seeking your feedback on our Consultation Regulation Impact Statement (RIS).

The RIS aims to:

  • discuss the policy problem and why government action is needed
  • present 3 proposed reform options
  • examine the likely net benefit of each option through assessment of the impacts on stakeholders

Have your say

Learn more about the Consultation Regulation Impact Statement and provide your feedback. Submissions close 14 May 2021.

The Measurement Law Review values your feedback. This will inform the proposed options and identify any changes needed to support a final decision by government.

Virtual town hall discussions

We will be holding virtual town hall discussions between 27 and 30 April 2021.

The town hall meetings will be tailored for key stakeholder groups:

  • consumers
  • wholesalers, retailers, importers and packers
  • measuring instrument manufacturers
  • authorised third parties
  • regulators

Register for the virtual town hall discussions.