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Register to Vote

Once the election is called all Australians have seven days to make sure their enrolment details are up-to-date. If they are not, you may miss out on the opportunity to vote!

To Check your Enrolment:

You can check your enrolment is up to date by going to:

Changing your Electoral Address:

If you have recently moved to Canberra and lived in your place of residence for longer than one month you can change your electoral address by filling in this form:

Information For Overseas Voters:

For those who are located, or are expecting to be located overseas at the time of the election, you need to let the Australian Electoral Commission know. Below is a guide on how to do this:

For those already enrolled


For those who want to vote in person at an embassy:

  • Most Australian embassies around the world offer the ability for Australians to cast their ballot in person during the pre-polling period and on election day.
  • To do this, you need to fill out this form: will allow you to vote in the electorate you are enrolled in.

For those who want a postal vote:

For those not yet enrolled


For all those who are not enrolled:

  • After filling out this form you will be able to vote in person at an Australian Embassy.

For those who want a postal vote

Special Category – for those who turned 18 while overseas but have a parent or partner who is eligible to vote in the Australian Federal Election

If you want to enrol:

Then, if you want a postal vote:

We will be providing further information on the location of overseas polling places closer to the election. Should you have any questions about what to do, feel free to get in contact with our overseas voter engagement volunteer, Jock Gardiner at [email protected]

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  • Cohava Rubenstein Sturgess
    published this page in Get Involved 2022-03-01 21:36:57 +1100