Contact the National Archives
National Archives of Australia, Head Office, Canberra
Tel: + 61 2 6212 3600
ABN: 36 889 228 992
Street and postal address
Queen Victoria Terrace, PARKES ACT 2600, AUSTRALIA
PO Box 7425, CANBERRA BUSINESS CENTRE ACT 2610, AUSTRALIA
View the locations and opening hours of all National Archives offices.
Media centre: Tel: (02) 6212 3957; Tel: 02 6212 3755; email@example.com
Visiting the National Archives
Education: (02) 6212 3691; firstname.lastname@example.org
School and community bookings: (02) 6212 3691; email@example.com
Events: (02) 6212 3956; firstname.lastname@example.org
Exhibitions: (02) 6212 3934; email@example.com
For government agencies
Information and records management advice: (02) 6212 3610; Agency Service Centre
Copyright permissions for collection items
Freedom of Information (FOI) requests to the Archives: (02) 6212 3600; firstname.lastname@example.org
Recruitment: (02) 6212 3912; email@example.com
Subpoenas, discovery orders and official access: (02) 6212 6227
Website inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Translating and Interpreter Service
If you are a non-English speaking person, we can help through the Translating and Interpreter Service (TIS) on 131 450.
If you are deaf, or have a hearing impairment or speech impairment, contact us through the National Relay Service:
- Speak and Listen users phone 1300 555 727 then ask for 02 6212 3900
- Internet Relay users connect to the National Relay Service then enter 02 6212 3900
Fraud Reporting Hotline
The National Archives’ toll-free Fraud Reporting Hotline allows employees and members of the public to report suspected fraud that may involve the National Archives of Australia.
You can report suspected fraud in various ways:
phone 1800 235 917 and leave a message
post a letter to:
Fraud Control Officer
Governance, Risk & Compliance Section
National Archives of Australia
PO Box 7425
Canberra Business Centre ACT 2610
Please provide as much information as you can about any suspicious incident, behaviour, person or company.
Your report will be confidential. You can also choose to remain anonymous.
If you choose to include contact details in your message, the National Archives Fraud Control Officer will phone, email or write to you to acknowledge receipt of your report, and to clarify any ambiguities.
The Archives has a policy of zero tolerance in relation to fraud.
All reports of suspected fraud will be investigated.