The Royal Commission is publishing submissions made by members of the public and organisations, covering a range of issues relating to the Commission’s terms of reference.
These published submissions highlight the suggestions, experiences and issues that have been shared with the Royal Commission. Every single submission is read, carefully reviewed and recorded, and used to inform the Royal Commission's inquiry.
You can view the submissions in the pages below.
These submissions are published without any adoption or endorsement by the Royal Commission and without any comment by the Royal Commission on the material contained in them.
Due to the nature of the submissions received, not all submissions can be published. The Royal Commission reserves the right not to publish certain submissions or to redact information within a submission. This includes circumstances where the information is not relevant to the terms of reference, or where matters are graphic/distressing or where there are privacy concerns about the information included.
If you would like to make a submission see our Share your story page. You can remain anonymous if you wish.
Content Warning: Please be aware that images and descriptions contained within public submissions published on this website could be confronting to some. Reach out if you need support.
Making a submission is the best way to share your story with the Royal Commission. The information included in submissions is invaluable to the work of the Royal Commission.
The Commissioners thank those who have made submissions for sharing their important stories, knowledge and information – your stories have been heard.
The Royal Commission is still encouraging people to share their stories – if you would like to make a submission see our Share your story page.
The Royal Commission is committed to ensuring that all submissions published on the website are suitable for external release. The process of reviewing, redacting, ensuring that the content is suitable for publication and finally uploading the submissions is extensive and can be lengthy. This will be an ongoing process and will continue to be carried out throughout the life of the Royal Commission.