The Library has access to a variety of databases that are useful in the study of Planning, this page intends to direct you to the best of them.
- Australian Public Affairs Full-Text 
Australian economic, social, political and cultural affairs.
Informit Tutorial 
- Local Government planning and Environment NSW
Planning Law - All relevant legislation for matters in planning and environment.
- Science Direct 
Hosts a number of full-text planning journals, including: Habitat International, Landscape and Urban Planning, Cities, Journal of Housing Economics and more.
Science Direct Tutorial 
- Taylor and Francis Online Journals
International database of the publications of Taylor & Francis, has urban studies content including a few Australian journals.
- Ebsco host 
Hosts a number of database collections. Recommended are Academic Search Premier, Business Source Premier & Econlit.
Demonstration of Academic Search Premier 
- Scopus 
Scopus is a large abstract and citation database of research literature and quality web sources. It features plenty of information about planning.
Scopus Tutorials 
- Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals
indexes more than 1,000 periodicals published worldwide on archeology, city planning, interior design, and historic preservation, as well as architecture.
Avery Tutorial 
- Cases - Australian
Casebase  / Firstpoint  / AustLII 
- Cases - International
Westlaw / Lexis.com 
- Journal articles - Australia
AGIS plus Text (Attorney General's Information Service) 
- Journal articles - international
Westlaw  / Hein Online 
For assistance is using these databases visit the Research Help Desk.
Also see the Law Study Guides 
- Current Contents 
Current Contents has tables of contents across all academic disciplines.
- Web of Science 
Web of Science consists of the citation indexes for Science, Social Sciences and Arts & Humanities. Date range is from 1992 onwards.