Online source

Referencing internet material

AuthorTitleURL
Australian Human Rights Commis­sion, The Forgotten Children: National Inquiry into Children in Immigration Detention (2014) <https://www.​humanrights.​gov.​au/​our-work/​asylum-seekers-and-refugees/​publications/​forgotten-children-national-inquiry-children>
  • A source should only be cited like this if it does not exist in published form
  • The authors name should be included if available on the web page or document
  • The title of the page or document cited should be included in italics after the author’s name
  • Where available, the full date of the last update of the page or document should be included
  • The name of the general website where the document resides should be included if available
  • The web address (URL) should be within ‘< >’ symbols.
Example with full date

Australian Academy of Science, Academy warns of climate risk to Australia (13 February 2015) <https://www.science.org.au/news/academy-warns-climate-risks-australia>

Example of source within a general website

Board of Examiners, Admission Requirements (18 February 2010) Council of Legal Information <http://www.lawadmissions.vic.gov.au>