Notary Melbourne Office Locations

Our offices are located in two convenient locations in Melbourne and the Eastern Suburbs. You can find us in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD during Business Hours, After Hours and Sundays. Or you can make a convenient, short notice appointment for the Eastern Suburbs during After Hours and on Weekends.

If you would like to visit us at our Melbourne CBD office, you can find us, by appointment,  at:

Level 13, 200 Queen Street, Melbourne,  Victoria 3000 (corner of Queen and Little Bourke Streets)

Telephone: 03 8648 6541

Alternatively, if you require your documents to be notarised in the Eastern Suburbs during After Hours and on Weekends, you can make a short notice appointment for:

10 Frank Street, Box Hill South, Victoria 3128 (off Riversdale Road)

How do I find your offices?

You will find that each of our offices is conveniently located close to public transport and parking is readily available.

Melbourne CBD Office

When travelling to our office by public transport, you can catch a train to Melbourne Central or Flagstaff stations.  Then it is just a short walk of a few blocks to our office building.  Alternatively, there are buses along Lonsdale Street to Queen Street, or trams along Bourke Street to Queen Street. If you decide to drive to our office, you can leave your car in Wilson Car Park which is located next door. or there may be on-street parking avaliable outside our office.

Eastern Suburbs Home Office

When driving to our office, you will find that on-street parking will be readily available close to our office.

Alternatively, you can travel by tram to the Route 70 Wattle Park terminus. Our office is then a short 10 minute walk along Riversdale Road then right at Frank Street, Box Hill South.

Or you can travel to Box Hill Railway Station and catch the 903 bus to the corner of Riversdale Road and Frank Street Box Hill South.

Is there parking available at your offices?

Parking is freely available at both of our offices. When visiting our office in Melbourne’s CBD, the Wilson Car Park is located next to our office building. Also there is on-street parking outside.

If you are driving to our Box Hill South home office you will find on-street parking is available.

Do your offices have wheelchair access?

If you have any mobility issues and are concerned about accessing one of our offices, please contact our office on 03 8648 6541 to discuss how we can assist you.

Do I need to make an appointment?

You will need to book an appointment to see the Notary Public. You can book an appointment online by heading to our Bookings web page or calling 03 8648 6541.

Appointments are scheduled in a way that you will not need to wait for very long, if at all, once you arrive. It is usually possible for your documents to be notarised during your appointment. But please be aware that some Notarial Certificates may need to be collected after the initial appointment or drop-off.

Do you notarise documents on Weekends?

Our Melbourne CBD office is open during Business Hours and on Sunday afternoons.  The Box Hill South office in Melbourne’s Eastern Suburbs is open on Weekends, as well as After Hours on most Weekdays.

Can you travel to my office to notarise documents?

It is possible for our Notary Public to notarise documents in your office if you are in the Melbourne CBD or an inner city suburb. But a travelling fee will be charged in addition to the fee for notarial services.

To reduce your costs, we suggest that you book an appointment to attend one of our offices rather than requesting our firm’s Notary Public to travel to you. However, if you prefer our Notary to visit your office, please contact us for an estimate on 03 8648 6541.

Do I need to be present when my documents are notarised?

You will need to visit our office in person if our Notary needs to witness your signature or verify your identity. If you are seeking the Notary to confirm your identity you should bring current and valid photographic identification (for example, an Australian Driver’s Licence or passport) with you. This identification must show the name or an identifying number referred to in the document that you require to be notarised. In the event that you are unsure which identification to bring, you should check with the person, company or Government authority that requires your identity to verify which forms of personal identification are acceptable.

On the other hand, if you only require our Notary to certify copies of original documents, or to certify that particular documents are authentic originals, then you do not need to attend the office in person.

Which types of personal identification are acceptable?

When verifying your identity you will need to present at least one type of photographic identification (for example, an Australian Driver’s Licence or passport) that is accepted under the Australian 100 point identification system. You must also bring any identification that is stated in the document that you require to be notarised. This identification must have the same name and identity information that is contained in the document.