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Invoicing the department

To ensure payments are made to suppliers as quickly as possible, refer to the invoicing guidelines below before you submit an invoice for processing.


All invoices must be:

  1. Australian Taxation Office (ATO) compliant. 
  2. Addressed to the correct entity. This will be either Department of Justice and Regulation or Court Services Victoria.
  3. Referenced to the person who placed the order. This might be their full name or email address or a purchase order number (six digits in the following format 19xxxx, 2xxxxx or 4xxxxx).

Note: invoices that do not comply with these requirements or made out to the wrong entity will be returned. Contact the staff member who made the purchase to confirm the correct invoicing information prior to submission.

Submit invoice

Please send your invoice via email or post. 

Note: this is an automated email inbox for invoice submissions only. Do not use it for any other communications. All other communications please use the contact details listed below under Payment queries.

Billing address

Department of Justice and Regulation 
Invoice Management Team
PO Box 1790
Melbourne VIC 3000


Court Services Victoria
Invoice Management Team
PO Box 1790
Melbourne VIC 3000

Note: only send one invoice to the department as multiple copies will slow down processing time and delay payment. For any questions regarding a payment please contact the help desk listed below under Payment queries

Methods of payment

Our payment method is Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). Please provide EFT payment details using the form below.


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Payment queries

If you have a query regarding an invoice or payment please contact the help desk during business hours via phone on 03 8688 9400 or email

The department's general conditions for the provision of services and goods are also available.

Other related agencies

The following agencies will continue to be responsible for their own invoice processing so will not be covered by the guidelines here. Please continue to send invoices directly to these agencies. 

Office of Public Prosecutions (External link)

Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (External link)

Victoria Police (External link)

Victims of Crime Assistance Tribunal (VOCAT) (External link)

Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine (External link)

Victorian State Emergency Services (SES) (External link)

Victorian Government Solicitor's Office (External link)

Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation (External link)


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