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How much does a Reporter make in Australia?
$86,410
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Based on 35 salaries
The average reporter salary in Australia is $86,410 per year or $44.31 per hour. Entry-level positions start at $79,125 per year, while most experienced workers make up to $131,953 per year.
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$86,410
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$79,125
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$131,953

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Street Talk Reporter

North Sydney, New South Wales
Fairfax Media.
$75,000.00 -$85,000.00

Hansard Reporter OR Hansard Reporter (Trainee)

Perth, Western Australia
Government of Western Australia
$83,593

Sessional Reporter (PoV5.1)

Melbourne, Victoria
Parliament of Victoria
$102,637 - $113,410

Security Audit Analyst and Reporter

Russell, Australian Capital Territory
Australian Signals Directorate
$80,669 to $92,150

Parliamentary Reporter (Hansard) - Parliament of NSW - Sydney

Sydney, New South Wales
Department of Parliamentary Services
Salary ($108,458 – $123,786) plus employer's contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.

Parliamentary Reporter (Hansard) - Parliament of NSW - Sydney

Sydney, New South Wales
Legal Aid NSW
$108,458 - $123,786

Reporter (Two positions), Parliamentary Service

Queensland
Parliamentary Service
$98408 - $105087

Court Reporter Level 4: On-Line

South Australia
Government of South Australia
$90k - $109k

Casual Parliamentary Reporter (Hansard) - Parliament of NSW - Sydney

Sydney, New South Wales
Legal Aid NSW
$74.50

Reporter (Hansard 0.70 FTE)

Adelaide, South Australia
Parliament of SA
$50k - $69k

Reporter, Rural - Wagga Wagga

Wagga Wagga, New South Wales
ABC Australia
$64K - $81K

Reporter, Hobart

Hobart, Tasmania
ABC Australia
$72K - $81K

Court Reporter Level 3

South Australia
Government of South Australia
90k - $109k

Reporter, Broome

Broome, Western Australia
ABC Australia
$72K - $81K

Reporter, News - Broken Hill

Broken Hill, New South Wales
ABC Australia
$72K - $81K