Who to notify after moving house

When you move you should notify the following of your new address (as applicable):


Your bank(s) or building societies or other financial institutions;

 – The Australian Electoral Office;

 – The electricity authority;

 – The gas authority (if gas is supplied)

 – Insurance Companies (Life, Motor vehicle, Superannuation);

 – Your work pay department;

 – Credit card Authorities;

 – Your local Post Office (redirect your mail for a period after you move and advise your former landlord or purchaser of your new address);

 – The Department of Transport – motor vehicle registration and your driver’s licence;

 – The Queensland Ambulance Service;

 – The Australian Taxation Office;

 – Any hire purchase company;

 – Any firm or company with whom you have a warranty with such as for your car, electrical appliances etc;

 – Phone Company (local, STD, ISD, mobile);

 – Pay Television Company;

 – Any Solicitors who hold documents (especially Wills and Deeds) for you;

 – CentreLink;

 – Your Accountant/ Tax Agent;

 – Any periodicals/ magazines;

 – The Secretary of any Club/Association of which you are a member;

 – RACQ;

 – Any Local Authority, Valuer-General and Land Tax Commissioner for all other land/houses which you own;

 – Relatives, Neighbours and Friends.

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