If you're having difficulty accessing the online enrolment form, you can download a PDF version of the enrolment form for your state or territory.
The Australian Electoral Commission site provides an index of downloads and maps for federal electoral boundary information, 2004 Divisional Maps and the redistribution of electoral boundaries.
You can enrol to vote for the first time or get back on the roll if you: are an Australian citizen or a British subject who was enrolled on 25 January 1984, and are 18 years or older, and have lived at your current address for at least one month. You can enrol if you are 16 or 17 but you cannot vote until you turn 18.
This form enables you to enrol and vote for federal, state/territory and local government elections. It is an online interactive form.
You can use this search to work out which electorate you live in, see who your local Member is and find your nearest polling place on Election Day.
Australian Electoral Commission answers to questions about enrolment obligations, voting in federal elections, how elections are conducted, electors obligations, changing the electoral boundaries, etc.
The publication of the roll is integral to the conduct of free and fair elections. Every AEC divisional office has the Commonwealth Electoral Roll for their State or Territory in electronic format.
Overseas or going overseas? Australian Electoral Commission page providing comprehensive information and forms for overseas voters.