Only Australian citizens and qualified British subjects* are eligible to enrol and vote in Federal and State elections, although non-Australian citizens who live and pay rates in a municipality may enrol and vote in their local council elections.
Once you become an Australian citizen you will be able to have a say in who will represent you at the Federal and State levels of government.
To enrol to vote you must be:
If you move house, or change your name, remember to fill in a new enrolment form. It is your responsibility as a voter to keep your enrolment details up to date.
*A qualified British subject for the electoral roll in Victoria is one who was on an Australian electoral roll between 26 October 1983 and 26 January 1984.