As for repository codes - I'll let someone from AU or NZ respond! Ultimately this varies depending on region and resources. Sometimes there is a national body providing control, or an aggregator (like Trove) takes on the role; sometimes repository codes are self-assigned. The International Council on Archives' ISDIAH standard simply defines the repository identifier (ISDIAH 5.1.1) field as follows:
To provide a unique numeric or alpha-numeric code identifying the institution with archival holdings.
Record the numeric or alpha-numeric code identifying the institution with archival holdings in accordance with the relevant international and national standards.
Hopefully someone on this list can give you further guidance for these particular jurisdictions!
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