Changing your name and/or address
Learn what is required to make a change to your name and address that can be applied to any licence or vehicle registration you have.
You will need to go to Service Tasmania with your evidence of identity. This will need to include:
And evidence of your change of name from the following:
Gender is recorded for all persons with a record in the driver licence and vehicle registration register. It does not appear on the driver licence. Gender can be recorded as M (male), F (female), or X (other category that the person identifies as, including but not limited to indeterminate, intersex, and unspecified).
If you wish to make a change to your gender status as recorded in the driver licence and vehicle registration register, you should present an original certificate from Births, Deaths and Marriages that provides evidence of the change.
You can change a nominated operator of a vehicle at any time free of charge by:
For evidence of change of name you will need a certificate of registration of Change of Name from ASIC.
If you can’t provide your Australian driver licence, you must provide at least 3 documents:
All documents need to be the original version (they can’t be photocopies or certified copies). They also need to be in English or accompanied by an English translation (from an accredited translator).
If your evidence of identity documents don’t show your current Tasmanian residential/premise address, you must prove your residential, premise or garage address.
Category A documents:
Category B documents: