A Bill is a proposed law as it passes through Parliament. A Bill must receive assent from both houses to become an Act. Bills can be introduced in either House.
Most Bills are drafted by the Parliamentary Council's Office. Bills are debated, considered and can be amended as part of the legislative process.
Bills have clauses instead of sections or provisions.
The Commonwealth, State & Territory governments provide a website where you can find Bills and current and historical Act compilations. These can be found in the Law Library Resource Guide.