The department’s role is to advance the interests of Australia and Australians internationally. This involves working to strengthen Australia’s security; enhancing Australia’s prosperity; and helping Australian travellers and Australians overseas.
Victoria State Office
Passports, document legalisations (apostille and authentications) and Certificates of No Impediment to Marriage for Victoria are provided through the Melbourne Passport Office at Level 2, Collins Square, 747 Collins Street, Docklands.
Telephone  1300 935 260


The State Revenue Office (SRO) is the Victorian Government’s revenue management agency, a semi-autonomous service agency acting under a framework agreement between the Victorian Treasurer, the Secretary of the Department of Treasury and Finance, and the Commissioner of State Revenue.

Their role is to administer Victoria’s taxation legislation and collect a range of taxes, duties and levies.

The SRO also administer the First Home Owner Grant (FHOG), unclaimed money (since October 2004), the growth areas infrastructure contribution (GAIC) and several subsidies and exemptions.

Office Locations

Face-to-face assistance at regional and metropolitan offices is by appointment only. If you haven’t been able to find the information you need on the website, call 1300 55 81 81 for advice and a discussion to determine if an appointment at one of the offices is required.

Telephone  1300 55 81 81

Koori Helpline  1300 66 15 11

Email/online  General enquiry online form.


Probate Office
Probate Office, Supreme Court of Victoria
Level 2, 436 Lonsdale Street
Melbourne VIC 3000
Tel: 03 9603 9296
Fax: 03 9603 9400

Postal Address:
Probate Office, Supreme Court of Victoria
210 William Street
Melbourne VIC 3000


Telephone                 1300 135 070

9:00am to 4:30pm Monday to Friday

International callers      +61 2 9268 4909


  • inquiries – for help finding and accessing ABS products and services
  • feedback – for comments and suggestions about the ABS website, products, services and collections
  • information consultancy – for a quote for detailed data


The LIV is generally acknowledged by business, government and the general public as the leader of the legal profession in Victoria. With more than 14,500 members, the organisation represents a potent force of opinion and expertise.

The LIV‘s purpose is to:

  • Be the dynamic leader and innovator of the legal profession
  • Support and inform members
  • Raise the profile and standing of the legal profession
  • To advocate justice for all