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A New Tax System (Family Assistance) Act 1999 (Cth)
The Act provides the basis for family assistance payments administered by Services Australia, including Family Tax Benefit and other matters relating to family assistance, as well as Child Care Subsidy (CCS) – Important for schools operating Long Day Care, Preschool and/or Outside School Hours Care Services in scope of the National Quality Framework.
Child Care Provider Handbook; Guide for early childhood & child care service providers regarding Australian Government child care payments & funding. 
Advocate for Children and Young People Act 2014 (NSW)
The Act determines the functions, powers and reporting obligations of the Advocate for Children and Young People.

Animal Research Act 1985 (NSW)
The Act protects the welfare of animals used in connection with research by requiring persons or organisations carrying out animal research or supplying animals for research to be authorised and regulated.

Animal Research Regulation 2010 (NSW)
The Regulation supports the operation of the Animal Research Act 1985 (NSW).

Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW)
The Act generally prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, including colour, nationality, descent and ethnic, ethno-religious or national origin, sex, including pregnancy and breastfeeding, marital or domestic status, disability, homosexuality, age, transgender status, and carer’s responsibilities. Sexual harassment and vilification on the basis of race, homosexuality, transgender status or HIV/AIDS status are also prohibited under this Act.
The Act provides private education authorities with exceptions to some provisions; concerning sex (including pregnancy), transgender grounds, marital status, disability, homosexuality and age. Note: some of these exemptions may not be available due to the operation of inconsistent Commonwealth laws.
Private educational institutions are not exempt from the provisions that prohibit discrimination on the grounds of race.

Age Discrimination Act 2004 (Cth)
This Act makes it unlawful to discriminate on the ground of age in relation to work, education, access to premises, provision of goods, services, facilities and accommodation, disposal of land, the administration of Commonwealth laws and programs and requests for information.
The Act makes it unlawful for a school to discriminate against a person on the basis of age by refusing/failing to accept an application for admission, or denying/limiting access to benefits provided by the school, or to expel a student or subject a student to any other detriment on the basis of their age. However, an exception applies where the school is established for persons of particular ages (ie primary or secondary schools).