20 December 2021:

The Remuneration Tribunal has initiated a review of the minimum and maximum levels of Local Government Chief Executive Officer remuneration.

The Tribunal hereby invites written submissions from affected persons, with a closing date of 11 March 2022. Submissions may be sent to remunerationtribunal@sa.gov.au prior to the closing date.

The Tribunal has issued a guideline for written submissions which is available here.


22 June 2022:

The Remuneration Tribunal has initiated a review of its Determination in relation to the following Statutory Office Holders:

  • The Auditor-General;
  • The Electoral Commissioner;
  • The Deputy Electoral Commissioner; and
  • The Health and Community Services Complaints Commissioner.

The Tribunal hereby invites written submissions from affected persons, with a closing date of 25 July 2022. Submissions may be sent to remunerationtribunal@sa.gov.au prior to the closing date.


22 June 2022:

The Remuneration Tribunal has initiated a review of the following allowances for Members of Parliament:

  • Common Allowance for Members of the Parliament;
  • Electorate Allowances for Members of the Parliament;
  • Ferry and Air Travel Expenses for the Electorate of Mawson;
  • Per Diem Ministers Accommodation and Meal Allowances;
  • Accommodation Reimbursement and Allowance for Country Members of Parliament.

The Tribunal hereby invites written submissions from affected persons, with a closing date of 19 August 2022. Submissions may be sent to remunerationtribunal@sa.gov.au prior to the closing date.


7 July 2022:

The Remuneration Tribunal has recently issued its Report and Determinations in relation to Allowances for Members of Local Government Councils. Copies of the Tribunal's Report and Determination are available on this website.


20 September 2022:

The Remuneration Tribunal has initiated a review of the following determinations:

  • Determination 13 of 2021 – Remuneration of Members of the Judiciary, Presidential Members of the SAET, Presidential Members of the SACAT, the State Coroner, and Commissioners of the Environment, Resources and Development Court
  • Determination 14 of 2021 – Conveyance Allowance for Judges, Court Officers and Statutory Officers
  • Determination 15 of 2021 – Accommodation and Meal Allowances for Judges, Court Officers and Statutory Officers
  • Determination 16 of 2021 – Salary Sacrifice Arrangements for Judges, Court Officers and Statutory Officers
  • Determination 1 of 2021 – Berri Country Magistrate Housing Allowance

The Tribunal has also received the following three applications, which it will also consider:

  1. An application from the Judicial Remuneration Coordinating Committee (JRCC) for a determination, to apply from 21 November 2019, which restores the half-day accommodation and meal allowance abolished by Determination 13 of 2020
  2. An application from the JRCC for a per diem accommodation and meal allowance for Supreme Court Judges attending the annual Supreme and Federal Court Judges’ conference which will be held in January 2023 in Christchurch, New Zealand
  3. An application from the Honourable Justice Mark Livesey for an overseas accommodation and daily allowance for his attendance at the International Bar Association annual conference being held in Miami from 30 October to 4 November 2022

The Tribunal invites written submissions from affected persons, with a closing date of 17 October 2022. Submissions may be sent to remunerationtribunal@sa.gov.au by the closing date.