Freedom of Information

The Freedom of Information Act 1991 (the FOI Act) provides members of the public a legally enforceable right of access (subject to certain restrictions) to documents held by government.

The FOI Act allows members of the public to:

  • Request access to documents held by Green Adelaide.
  • Request the amendment of documents that contain personal information about the applicant which is incomplete, incorrect, out-of-date or misleading.

The purpose of the FOI Act is to promote openness in government and accountability to enhance respect for the law, further the good government of the state and to facilitate more effective participation by members of the public in the making and administration of laws and policies.

Green Adelaide fully supports the objectives and spirit of the FOI Act.

Information in relation to the documents held by Green Adelaide including how to make a request and the fees associated is available in our Information Statement 2023-24.

For a list a publicised FOI documents visit our disclosure log.