Fees as of 1 January 2023
All fees are shown in Australian dollars
|10 – year validity passport (for persons aged 16 and over)||$325|
|5 - year validity passport (for children under 16)||$164|
|5 – year validity passport (optional for persons 75 and over)||$164|
|Emergency passport overseas||$204|
|Priority processing (if eligible)||$237|
|Overseas surcharge - adult applicant||$146|
|Overseas surcharge - child applicant||$71|
|Observation made after passport issue||$16|
|Other travel documents and services||Fee|
|Document of Identity||$85|
|Certificate of Identity||$204|
|Convention Travel Document||$204|
When do I pay the passport fee?
You pay the fee when you lodge your application.
How do I pay the passport fee?
At Australia Post - EFTPOS, MasterCard, Visa, AMEX or cash
At a passport office – EFTPOS, MasterCard or Visa only – no cash
Overseas – you’ll usually have to pay an equivalent amount in local currency. Fees are usually taken by EFTPOS or credit card. For details, contact the Australian diplomatic mission or consulate where you’re going to lodge your application.
I have a senior’s card. Can I get a concessional passport?
If you’re 75 or over, you can opt for a five-year passport at half the cost of a standard 10-year passport.