Can someone tell me if members of the general public …

Comment on We have four times the nation’s rate of road deaths by Michael Dean.

Can someone tell me if members of the general public can access these road death figures in terms of where they happened, the number, details of the deceased (in terms of being foreign visitors or Australians) etc.
The figures seem a bit rubbery, and the official figures put out by the Government and its departments are known for not being transparent.
[ED – Hi Michael, the police have detailed stats here.]

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