The Audit project, developed under the auspices of the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (IDEA), is supported by the Australian Research Council and other international institutions. Since 2002 a team at the Australian National University conduct surveys on Australian democracy, on such areas as political equality, government responsiveness and accountability, civil liberties and human rights, as well as other relevant current issues. The Audit adopts a comparative approach across Australia’s nine jurisdictions and uses three main international comparators (Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom). A good amount of data and content is distributed throughout the site with many discussion papers and all Audit reports available in various formats, usually pdf or rtf. Focused surveys, providing a full overview of political current issues, are also available. All material provided in this website is fully retrievable for free by any user and downloadable in its original format. A series of links point to similar Audit projects in other countries andto other pertinent webresources. Records can be easily located through a keyword-based search (empowered by a textual guide) or by browsing simple and self-evident categories. Navigation is comfortable and orientation cause no problem for users of any expertise.