How to enrol

Enrol, check or update your details online

Enrol or update your details using a paper form

If you prefer to enrol or update your details on a paper form, you can get one by:

  1. visiting any post office or Australian Electoral Commission office in Victoria
  2. calling the VEC on 131 832
  3. visiting the VEC office - Level 11, 530 Collins Street, Melbourne
  4. downloading an enrolment form (PDF, 645kB).

Completed enrolment forms can be:

  • posted to Reply Paid 66506, Melbourne VIC 8001 (no stamp is required)
  • faxed to (03) 9277 7126
  • scanned and emailed to elector@vec.vic.gov.au
  • delivered in person to Level 11, 530 Collins Street, Melbourne, or any Australian Electoral Commission office (external link).

Paper forms must be received by the VEC before 8.00 pm Tuesday 6 November.

Form downloads

Enrolment form (PDF, 645kB)

Use this form to enrol to vote or to update your details.

No fixed address enrolment form

Use this form if you are eligible to vote in Victoria but have no fixed address.

Enrolment form for those unable to sign

If you or someone under your care is eligible to enrol to vote in Victoria but cannot sign the form due to physical incapacity, this form can be signed by another enrolled person.

General postal voter registration form

If you are generally unable to get to a voting centre on election days, you may be eligible to become a general postal voter.

Silent elector information and registration form

If you believe that you or a family member would be in danger by having your address on an electoral roll, you can apply to become a silent elector.

Overseas notification form (PDF, 150kB)

Use this form if you are overseas indefinitely or permanently and do not wish to vote, or if you are temporarily absent from Australia and may not be able to vote.

Elector no longer capable' form

Use this form to remove a person's name from the roll if they are incapable of understanding the nature and significance of enrolment and voting.

Antarctic electors
Australian Electoral Commission (external link).

If you are working on a station in Antarctica, you can apply to become an Antarctic elector through the Australian Electoral Commission.