This is the second time the ATO has released such figures, having done so for the financial year 2013-14.
Other tax-evaders include Acer, ASG, Amaysim, Citrix, Dicker Data, Dimension Data, HP South Pacific, IBM, Ingram Micro, Macquarie Telecom, NEC, Nextgen and Vodafone. Figures have been taken from lodged and processed returns or amendments advised by the companies.
The ATO has said that some of the companies could have paid no tax due to losses, or used offsets in order to avoid paying tax.
Apple Australia had total income of $3.94 billion, taxable income of $557.7 million and paid $182 million in tax.
Google Australia had total income of $438.6 million and taxable income of $108 million, but paid only $12.1 million in tax.
And Microsoft's total income was $679.4 million, taxable income was $111.1 million and it paid tax of $33.3 million.
But IBM, which was behind the stuff-up of the 2016 census, earned $3.6 billion, reported taxable income of $49.34 million and paid the ATO nothing.