The reports list public and foreign owned entities with total income of $100 million or more, as well as Australian-owned resident private entities with total income of $200 million or more, that reported tax returns for the 2015-16 income year.
News Corporation chairman Rupert Murdoch.
Apple Australia paid $118 million in tax on $393 million in taxable income, effectively paying the corporate tax rate of 30 per cent.
Australia's biggest company BHP reported taxable income of $5.3 billion on a total income of $26.7 billion, paying $1.3 billion in tax, at an effective rate of 24 per cent.
The Australian Tax Office has released a report showing how much or how little companies pay their taxes.
Glencore Investments declared $18.3 billion in income but not a cent in tax.
Seven West Media paid $53.5 million on a taxable income of $199 million.
At the same time, Melbourne IT paid $434,705 in tax from $4.4 million in taxable income, off the back of $136.7 million in total income.
Exxon said it had no taxable income as it has invested almost $18 billion during the past few years on major projects including Gorgon and the Kipper Tuna Turrum field.
Google Australia paid $16 million in tax for the year, off the back of taxable income of $121.9 million and total income of $501.8 million. "Even companies with very high total income sometimes make losses. there are many legitimate reasons why this might be the case".
Hewlett Packard South Pacific Pty Ltd earned AU$3.5 billion and Dimension Data Australia Pty Ltd pulled in an income of AU$1.2 billion during 2014-15, yet according to the ATO, neither organisation paid tax in Australia for that period.
Deputy Commissioner Jeremy Hirschhorn said that 2015-16 saw a significant drop in profitability of energy and resources companies, a sector where company profits are highly dependent on commodity prices.
Chevron Australia had $2.1 billion in income but failed to pay tax.
"Increasingly, the data will also reflect our approach to resolving past matters in requiring future compliance to be "locked in", he said.