The COAG Reform Council (the council) is a defunct organisation which was established in 2010 by the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) as part of the arrangements for federal financial relations  to assist COAG to drive its reform agenda. The council was Independent of individual governments and reported directly to COAG on reforms of national significance that require cooperative action by Australian governments. It was closed on the 1st of July 2014.
Membership of the council comprised a Chairman, Deputy Chairman, four Councillors and an Executive Councillor who was also the Head of the COAG Reform Council secretariat.
- Mr Paul McClintock AO (Chairman)
- Dr Geoff Gallop AC (Deputy Chairman)
- Mr Peter Corish AM
- Ms Patricia Faulkner AO
- Mr John Langoulant AO
- Dr Doug McTaggart
- Ms Mary Ann O'Loughlin (Executive Councillor and Head of Secretariat)
- "Council of Australian Governments". www.coag.gov.au. Retrieved 20 June 2017.
- "On the demise of the COAG Reform Council, who will hold governments accountable for health outcomes? - Croakey". Croakey. 12 June 2014. Retrieved 20 June 2017.