Notarial services for Australians
Notarial services are provided by the Australian High Commission and include authenticating and certifying documents, witnessing signatures, taking of statutory declarations, affidavits, oaths and affirmations, and other services.
Further information on notarial services provided by the Australian High Commission, including respective disclaimers, can be found on Smartraveller.
*Before you request our notarial services, we recommend you ask the receiving authority what they need from you. In many cases, you won't need our services.
Please note that the Brunei Magistrate’s Court can provide some notarial services at a much lower cost than the Australian High Commission. Please refer to the Brunei Darussalam State Judiciary for further information.
The Australian High Commission does not provide notarial services to walk-in clients. Appointments can be made up to six months in advance.
If you would like the Australian High Commission to provide a notarial service, please make a booking via the below link. Once you have a made a booking, please email a copy of the relevant documentation to [email protected]. The Australian High Commission will review your requirements before your appointment to ensure it meets the necessary requirements and to avoid unforeseen circumstances.
Fees in Australian dollars (AUD)
The fees for the respective Notarial Services are as follows:
|Affidavits, Oaths or Affirmation
|Apostilles / Authentications
|Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage (CNI)
|Certify a copy of a document (per document)
|Witness a signature (per signature)
|Statutory Declarations - Commonwealth
|Staturory Declarations - Australian State/Territory
Please note that the Australian High Commission only accepts payments via Credit Cards.