Name of the Organisation : Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (vcglr.vic.gov.au)
Type of Announcement : Victorian Proof of Age Card
Country : Australia
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Proof of Age card :
The Victorian Proof of Age card is used solely to verify that a person seeking to enter licensed premises or purchase liquor is over 18 years of age. This card is recognised throughout Australia.
An application form can also be posted to you by calling the VCGLR on 1300 182 457.
Any person who has reached the age of 17 years and 11 months can apply, however you must wait until you are 18 years of age to use it.
Keypass cards :
The Australian Keypass card is used as an alternative to photo identification; there are two types of Keypass cards. One is to prove you are over 18 years of age and the other to prove you are less than 18 years of age. Many Australians do not have a driver licence or passport and in some cases require photo identification. Keypass cards are recognised throughout Australia for identification purposes.
Keypass cards are issued by Keypass Australia. Applications and requests for application forms or other information should be directed to keypass.com.au (opens in new window).
Proof of Age :
The Victorian Proof of Age card is used to verify that the person seeking to enter the licensed premises or purchase liquor is over 18 years of age. This card is recognised throughout Australia.
Proof of Age card example :
Who can apply and how much does it cost?
Any person who has reached the age of 17 years and 11 months can apply, however you must wait until you are 18 to use it. The application fee is $10.
Where do I go to apply :
You can pick up a Proof of Age card application form at the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR) counter or from any approved photo point agency including:
participating Australia Post offices
participating Vic Roads offices
selected pharmacies or chemists
certain photography and other stores.
You can zoom in on the map below to find an outlet closest to you.
Please note: Making false statements and/or fraudulently obtaining an identification card is a serious offence, which may result in prosecution.
How to apply :
Complete the ‘Application for a Proof of Age card’ form.
Fill in the applicant’s details section of the form.
Take the completed form and your original proof of identity documents (one from Category A and one from Category B) to someone who has known you for a minimum of 12 months and who is listed on the electoral roll. This person must complete and sign the ‘Referee’s declaration’.
Please note that original documents are required for sighting, photocopies are unacceptable. If you have changed your name (either through marriage or otherwise) you must also provide documents as evidence of this change.
Full birth certificate
Driver licence or learner permit
Credit card or bank passbook
Student identification card.
Sign the applicant’s declaration in the presence of an authorised person.
The authorised person will check the two documents you have provided as proof of identity and then complete and sign the ‘Authorised person’s declaration’.
A list of persons who can witness the applicant’s declaration, as prescribed in section 107 A(1) of the Evidence (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1958, is provided in the form.
Select a Photo Point agency from the map below and go to that agency to get your photograph taken, lodge the application form and pay the application fee. Take along your identification documents as the person from the agency is required to check your documents and also sign the application form where indicated.
How long before you receive your Proof of Age card?
The Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation will arrange for your Proof of Age card to be sent to you within 20 – 25 business days.
Contact Us :
Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation
Address: 49 Elizabeth Street, Richmond 3121