We conduct citizenship ceremonies on behalf of the Department of Immigration, Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs, where people applying for citizenship make the Pledge before a presiding officer.
Please note that we host the ceremony on behalf of the Department of Immigration, Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs and do not have involvement in the application and approval process.
We are unable to confirm if a person is on a list, please call the Department of Home Affairs on 131 880.
To apply to become an Australian citizen you need to contact the Department of Home Affairs on 131 880 or visit the Department of Home Affairs website.
The department will tell you if you are eligible to become an Australian citizen and how to apply.
Successful applicants must attend a citizenship ceremony as the final phase of being granted Australian citizenship.
Our Administrator hosts the citizenship ceremonies, which are also attended by key speakers representing Federal and State Parliament.
Once your application has been approved, The Department of Home Affairs will send you a letter of invitation with the date and location of the citizenship ceremony.
A driver’s licence, passport or other official document which includes a photograph is preferred.
For candidates who do not have any form of photographic identification, at least three documents bearing their name, address and signature, for example, bank statements, credit cards or bills are required.
Candidates should be asked to bring their invitation letter to the ceremony to assist with identification.”
Citizenship Ceremonies will be held on: