Victoria State Office

Victoria State Office

Passports and documents for legalisation cannot be lodged at the Victoria State Office.

Level 14, 55 Collins Street,
Melbourne VIC 3000

Telephone: (03) 9221 5555
Postal address: GPO Box 784, Melbourne Vic 3001

Melbourne Passport Office

You can lodge your application for an Australian Passport at an Australian Post outlet.

In certain circumstances you may lodge at our Passport Office.

Lodgement is by appointment only.

Please phone the Australian Passport Information Service on 131 232 for enquires regarding your application and to schedule your appointment.

Passport services

Notarial services
(Authentications, Apostilles and Certificates of No Impediment)


  • Level 2, Collins Square, 747 Collins Street,
    Docklands VIC 3008

Office hours

  • 8:30am to 1:00pm Monday to Friday (notarial services)
  • 8:30am to 4:00pm Monday to Friday (passport services)


About us

Some may wonder why the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has State Offices. The old distinctions between domestic and foreign and trade policies were never particularly clear, but as a result of the increasingly globalised world we live in, are ever more blurred. It is therefore essential that DFAT maintains strong linkages with the broader community, participating in international relations and trade, at the state and local government level, with business, with academia and with NGOs.

The Victoria State Office helps DFAT in this important task, providing a range of services in support of our Portfolio Ministers and Parliamentary Secretary, assisting the Victorian Government in its overseas endeavours, maintaining contact with the business community and assisting the general public, where needed, with consular services.

Economic Diplomacy

Economic diplomacy is a key priority for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.  The Charter on Economic Diplomacy and Australian Business outlines the services the Foreign Affairs and Trade portfolio provides to business.  The department also maintains a business engagement page with useful information, resources and updates for business.

“Economic diplomacy is a collaborative process, beyond government. Australia’s business community, our think tanks, our NGOs and our community are an integral part of our economic diplomacy efforts. We look forward to working together to pursue shared opportunities to drive economic prosperity, in Australia and in our region.”
The Hon Julie Bishop MP, Minister for Foreign Affairs

The Victoria State Office plays a key role in delivering economic diplomacy in Victoria in close consultation with business and the State Government of Victoria. The Victoria State Office can assist arranging speakers and putting your business in touch with relevant contacts in our international network.

Business Victoria is a comprehensive online resource designed to help you start, run and grow your business managed by the State Government of Victoria.


The Victoria State Office provides protocol services to the Consular Corps. These services include processing of arrival and departure notifications, diplomatic visa renewals and issue of identity cards, airport facilitation for foreign dignitaries and representation at Corps’ functions.


Watch videos from the Victoria State Office on YouTube

Recent events

Australia's anti-bribery regime

Approximately 50 people attended an information session on Australia's anti-bribery regime in September 2014 at the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission. The session provided an overview of Australia's foreign bribery offence, relevant defences, Australia's international obligations, the responsibilities of businesses, and how businesses can reduce their risk of breaching the laws.


trading with integrity session