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The example in the Chicago Referencing Guide for Government document - online, found on the Internet & Social Media page (see link) can be used as a guide for referencing this type of document.  See also the example below.

 

Note, the chapter number and page numbers in the the reference below are an example only and you would use the section relevant for you. 

First footnote:

Commonwealth of Australia, Unfinished Business: Indigenous Stolen Wages (Canberra: Parliament of Australia, December 7, 2006), chap. 3, 39, https://www.aph.gov.au/parliamentary_business/committees/senate/legal_and_constitutional_affairs/completed_inquiries/2004-07/stolen_wages/report/index.

 

Subsequent footnote:

Commonwealth of Australia, Unfinished Business, chap. 3, 40.

 

Bibliography:

Commonwealth of Australia. Unfinished Business: Indigenous Stolen Wages. Canberra: Parliament of Australia, December 7, 2006. https://www.aph.gov.au/parliamentary_business/committees/senate/legal_and_constitutional_affairs/completed_inquiries/2004-07/stolen_wages/report/index.