Proof of age card
If you don’t have a driver licence, but need a proof-of-age card, you can apply for an Adult Proof of Age Card. The form is available online, at any Queensland Transport customer service centre, and through certain government offices and police stations.
An Evidence of Age Card is a card that provides evidence of your age, and is available to any Northern Territory resident over the age of 18 years.
Provides a photo-identity card which can be used by anyone for general identification purposes, and as proof of age for young people.
The New South Wales Photo Card is a voluntary card for people who do not hold a current NSW driver licence, or other form of photo identification, to help them show who they are. It may be used to help access a number of everyday services such as sending or receiving international mail, opening bank accounts and entering licensed premises.
Provides anyone aged 18 years or over with a recognised form of personal identity, primarily for use in accessing licensed premises in Western Australia.
The Australian Capital Territory Proof of Age card is a personal identity card available to persons over 18 years of age.
You must be 18 years of age or older to be eligible for a proof of age card in South Australia. Includes a link to information about applying for a replacement proof of age card.
The Victorian Proof of Age card is a form of identification to verify that the person seeking to enter the licensed premises or purchase liquor is over 18 years of age. This card is recognised throughout Australia.