Tips for completing forms on line

Please note this advice with respect to completing the forms
You can print the blank form and fill in by hand, sign and post it.  However it is much preferred if you can do as much of it by keyboard as possible. 
The easy way is to click the link above to reveal the form, fill in as much as you can, then print it and sign by hand.  Better still, if you are able to digitally sign forms, you need to download a form in order to fill in the information and sign it.  This involves these steps:

Click on the appropriate link to a form and the form should appear. Resist the temptation to fill in the form at this stage but at top right of the screen find and click the centre “download” button (see right), click “Save” noting where it goes.Acrobat symbols  It may at this stage open in Acrobat Reader (or Adobe Reader).  On some devices find the downloaded file at the bottom left of the screen and click to open it, or (the most reliable method) open Adobe Reader and open the file (usually in your “downloads”).    Please fill in the form as far as possible on your computer.  Then either print, sign and post it (address below) or add an electronic signature if you can, save the completed form and email it to   

If you can’t sign it digitally, please print it, sign by hand and post to PO Box 35 Queenscliff, Vic 3225 (or scan and email to  Digital signing normally requires that you have “Adobe (or Acrobat) Reader” installed and this may be set as default for pdf files.  Details vary from device to device and versions of Acrobat (Adobe) reader.  Some versions require you to remember an Acrobat PIN for digital signature.  Also note that this process usually requires you to “Save” the file before the digital signature appears on the document.