ID Requirements

 Prospective tenants need to provide personal identification up to the value of 100 points.

To reach this total, you can choose from any of the following:

Group A
Each document is worth 70 points 
  • A fully certified birth certificate (or copy certified by a Justice of the Peace)
  • A current passport
  • An Australian citizenship certificate.
Group B
Each document is worth 40 points
(preferably containing a photograph of the applicant)
  • A current licence or permit issued under Australian law, eg. Driver's licence
  • Identification issued by Government authorities eg. one of the following
  • Public Service employee identification
  • Evidence of your entitlement to financial benefits or other entitlements from the Commonwealth or a State or Territory Government
  • A student identification card issued by an Australian educational institution
  • A statement from your employer or an acceptable referee verifying your identity and certifying that they have known you by your name for at least twelve months. (Preferably with a photograph of you signed by the employer or referee).
Group C 
Each document is worth 25 points 

  • A valid visa - if just recently arrived in the country
  • Official correspondence addressed to you such as a public utility account (eg. gas, water, electricity), council rates, bank statement or similar
  • Bankcard, Visa or other credit card
  • Any other document which in the opinion of the person to whom it is produced, provides similar verification of the applicant's identity.
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