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VRB Registry Locations
Sydney Melbourne Brisbane

Sydney is also the Principal Registry of the VRB.

Level 2, Building B
Centennial Plaza
280 Elizabeth Street
Surry Hills NSW 2000

GPO Box 1631
SYDNEY 2001

Phone:
1300 550 460 (city)
1800 550 460 (country)
Fax: (02) 9211 3074

11th Floor
300 La Trobe Street
Melbourne VIC 3000

PO Box 12696
A'Beckett Street
Melbourne VIC 8006

Phone:
1300 550 460 (city)
1800 550 460 (country)
Fax: (03) 9602 1496

8th Floor,
Bank of Qld Building
259 Queen Street
Brisbane QLD 4000

GPO Box 349
Brisbane 4001

Phone:
1300 550 460 (city)
1800 550 460 (country)
Fax: (07) 3815 9221

Perth Canberra Tasmania and South Australia

5th Floor, AMP Building
140 St Georges Terrace
Perth WA 6000
Phone:
1300 550 460 (city)
1800 550 460 (country)
Fax: (08) 9366 8583

GPO Box 1631
SYDNEY 2001

Phone:
1300 550 460 (city)
1800 550 460 (country)
Fax: (02) 9211 3074

 

Applications for review from persons residing in the ACT region are administered by the Sydney Registry, with hearings held at the AAT in Canberra.

Applications from Tasmania are managed by the Melbourne office.

Phone:
1300 550 460 (city)
1800 550 460 (country)
Fax: (03) 9602 1496

Applications from South Australia, the Northern Territory and Broken Hill (NSW) are managed by the Brisbane office.

Phone:
1300 550 460 (city)
1800 550 460 (country)

Fax:

  • (08) 8290 0569 for applicants from South Australia
  • (07) 3815 9221 for applicants from the Northern Territory and Broken Hill

Complaints, compliments and feedback

For more information about giving feedback, including making a complaint, see the VRB's Service Charter.

For more information regarding how to make a complaint to the VRB please see Comments on Our Service.

If you wish to make a compliment or to provide general feedback please email us at contact@vrb.gov.auor use the In person or by post details above to make any comments.

If you think the VRB's decision is wrong, you can appeal the decision, usually to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal. Please note that there is a time limit to apply to the AAT. For more information about the AAT please visit www.aat.gov.au