Lost or stolen passports must be reported to the Australian Passport Office as soon as practicable after you become aware of the loss or theft. Damage to your passport could prevent you from travelling overseas.
The state and territory births, deaths and marriages registry offices provide information on the legal requirements for marriage.
Provides links to state and territory information on marriage and relationships.
A database of importing country requirements for the meat, fish, dairy, eggs, honey and processed foods, plants, and live animal export industries. It sets out the requirements that exporters and the Department of Agriculture must meet for products and commodities to be accepted for import into specific overseas countries.
Offers a range of information and services to help when you are moving or are to be away from your home or business. Includes information about mail redistribution, address notification and mail holding service.
Enables consumers and small businesses to quickly resolve problems with phone or internet services. Includes the ability to record and track complaints, common issues and how to resolve them and information about contracts, billing, global roaming and data charges.
Provides the community, industry and government with free information about substance emissions in Australia. It has emission estimates for 93 toxic substances and the source and location of these emissions. Find out about emissions in your local area.
Provides information on over 16,000 publicly available toilets across Australia, including accessibility, opening hours and facilities, such as showers & baby change. You can also plan a trip to get a list of toilets along the way.