More than 300 sites including churches, schools and community groups have joined the national redress scheme for victims of child sex abuse.
The latest group to join the scheme includes Passionist Fathers and Carmelite Fathers, which were named at the royal commission.
Legacy Australia, Parkerville Children and Youth Care and Ballarat and Queen's Anglican Grammar School have also signed up.
The $3.8 billion scheme, which was established to provide redress to the 60,000 people sexually abused as children in Australian institutions, has come under fire with critics arguing it is slow and confusing.
Social Services Minister Anne Ruston said the government acknowledged the lack of certainty about when institutions would sign up was frustrating.
"It is completely unacceptable for any institution where child sexual abuse has occurred to shirk their responsibilities," she said on Tuesday.
"I have made it clear I expect all relevant institutions to join the scheme as quickly as possible so that survivors can access redress."
All state and territory governments and 61 non-government organisations covering more than 41,200 sites such as churches, schools, homes, charities and community groups across Australia are in the scheme.
Australian Associated Press