A treaty is an agreement between States (countries) which is binding at international law. Treaties can be bilateral (between two States) or multilateral (between three or more States). Treaties can also include the creation of rights for individuals. The Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Treaty making Process includes details on treaties and how they are made.
Treaties to which Australia is a Party
As treaties can either be bilateral or multilateral, there are a range of sources that host treaties to which Australia is a party: