IPART is an independent authority established under the Independent Pricing and Regulatory  Tribunal Act 1992. Each year we report on our performance to the NSW Parliament. 


We make the people of NSW better off through independent decisions and advice. 

Established by the NSW Government in 1992, our responsibilities and independent decision-making authority are covered by legislation.


IPART's key values:

  • Integrity and Courage      
  • Respect and Inclusion      
  • Curiosity and Openness   
  • Making a difference

Integrity & Courage

Respect & Inclusion

Curiosity & Openness

Making a difference

We treat people fairly

We are courteous and considerate

We seek out and develop new ideas that will improve our work

We pursue better outcomes for the people of NSW

We are willing to make the difficult decisions

We encourage and recognise everyone’s contributions

We listen to understand and to gain new perspectives

We consider the context and impact of our actions and decisions

We act and make decisions transparently

We bring together diverse experiences and skills to generate better solutions

We invite challenge to our thinking

We apply skill, diligence and creativity to our work

We own our mistakes and learn from them

We approach people with empathy

We support each other to learn and develop

We empower people by sharing our knowledge and experience

Our aspirations 2023

  • Our People: We trust, inspire and support each other to perform at our best
  • Engagement: A broader range of stakeholders has meaningful input in our processes
  • Climate Change: Our decisions help NSW to tackle climate change
  • Consumers: Our decisions empower and protect consumers

IPART 2023 – Strategy on a page

Governance Policies

View Governance Policies

Annual reports

View IPART Annual Reports

Declared interest registers – Tribunal and Committee Members’

The declared interest registers record disclosures made by current Tribunal and Committee members.
View Tribunal and Committee Members declared interest registers

Gifts of Government Property

The NSW Treasury's Direction on gifts of government property details when a person handling government resources can make a gift of government property. The direction also outlines the records needed for gifts of government property made by or on behalf of a government sector finance agency (GSF) agency.

IPART Register - gifts of government property