State services: Victoria
Alphabetical list of links to Victorian Government department, agency and statutory authority websites.
The Victorian Registry provides information about registering Victorian births, deaths, marriages and name changes; proof of identity; applying for certificates; search your family history records; and a search facility for popular given names.
VicRoads must be notified within 14 days of an address change in Victoria. Update your Victorian driver licence or registration details online today.
Advice and assistance for consumers and businesses. Includes information about when to complain, conciliation, complaint forms and a Helpline.
Access information about Victorian Government concessions and assistance, including for water, energy, rates and property, hardship, transport, health and housing.
Consumer Affairs Victoria (CAV) protects and promotes the interests of consumers by reviewing and advising government on consumer legislation and industry codes; advising and educating consumers, tenants, traders and landlords on rights and responsibilities; registering and licencing businesses and occupations; conciliating disputes between consumers and traders, tenants and landlords; and enforcing and ensuring compliance with consumer laws.
The Country Fire Authority (Victoria) is a volunteer-based emergency management organisation committed to the prevention, preparedness, response and recovery phases of emergency situations.
In order to drive in Victoria, you need a valid permit or licence. Links on the page include learner permits; probationary licence information; motorcycle, heavy vehicle and boat licences; renewal, replacement and updating information; interstate and international driver information; fees; forms; handbooks; and medical conditions.
If your Victorian driver licence is due for renewal, you have misplaced it, it has been stolen, or you simply have to update information on it, use the links on the page to find out what you need to do.
Find contacts, links, demographic and general information about each of Victoria's local councils.
Victorian Government page about fines. Pay an infringement notice, view outstanding fines, learn about what happens if you ignore a fine.
The Contacts & Services Directory provides access to contact details for the Victorian State Government, including Cabinet, the Governor, Parliament and state government departments (and statutory authorities).
Find a Victorian property or place by street address, suburb or town, lot on plan, coordinates or street directory and get a report with location details, planning zone summaries and more; search street directories; or build your own map.
Search for current job vacancies with the Victorian Government. Page includes links to Graduate opportunities.
Justices of the Peace and Bail Justices (Honorary Justices) are appointed to serve a semi-judicial function in all areas of the Victorian community. The main official roles they play include witnessing statutory declarations, witnessing affidavits and hearing bail matters outside court hours (Bail Justices only).
When you buy Victorian land, which may include buildings, you are liable to pay duty. The duty payable is based on the market value of the property or the purchase price, whichever is greater.
Victoria Legal Aid has lawyers who can talk to you about how the law applies to your legal problem and what you may be able to do about it.
Includes Bills under consideration and House Documents of the Parliament of Victoria, Victorian Acts and Statutory Rules as passed or made by year and a repository showing all consolidated Principal Victorian Acts and Statutory Rules as in force, at a given point in time.
Call 1300 606 024, for the cost of a local call from anywhere in Victoria, for health advice 24 hours a day. Calls from mobile phones may be charged at a higher rate.
Nurse-On-Call is a phone service that provides immediate, expert health advice from a registered nurse.
If you think your situation is an emergency, you should always call 000.
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.
The Property, Titles and Maps web pages of the Department of Sustainability and Environment (DSE) provide information about land titles, property data, valuations, land surveying and naming places in Victoria.
Victorian public holiday dates. Includes link to non-metropolitan public holiday dates, such as local Cup and Show days.
The Public Transport Victoria [PTV) page about public transport options in Victoria. Includes links to metropolitan and regional services, timetables, tickets, fares and fines.
You can renew your Victorian vehicle registration, update your address or even order a replacement label online. You can also find out if you are eligible for a registration concession.
VicRoads page about road rules in Victoria. Includes links to Acts and Regulations administered by VicRoads, penalties, driver responsibilities and information for learner drivers.