Verify yourself in-person
QGov offer an in-person verification service at their selected Customer Centre’s in Brisbane, Beaudesert, Maroochydoore, Cairns and Gatton.
For customers who choose to visit a Customer Centre in-person:
- Your identity will be verified at the service counter (subject to correct identity documentation being provided)
- Your details will be updated online, allowing a QGov account to be created
- RTA’s Web Services can be accessed via your QGov account.
What do I need to do before visiting a QGov Customer Centre?
You will need to go to the QGov website to set up a username, password, and provide an Australian mobile number.
You must have completed this step before visiting a QGov Customer Centre.
What do I bring to a QGov Customer Centre?
There are two things you need to bring with you:
- You must bring your Australian mobile phone (phone number you registered with QGov)
- A confirmation code will be sent to your mobile phone once you are at the QGov service
- You will need your mobile phone to access the confirmation code
- Your identity cannot be verified in person without the confirmation code.
- You must bring your identification documentation (it needs to be 100 points of identification)
- Documents must be Australian-issued and not photocopies
- You need at least one (1) primary document
- Your family name must match the family name on at least two (2) documents, unless a Marriage certificate or Change of name certificate is provided.
Below is the list of documentation that can be taken to a QGov Customer Centre. Ensure you have documents as set out on this list, including having a least one (1) primary document.
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For more information about QGov identity documentation, visit QGov website.
Where are the QGov Customer Centre’s?
There are five QGov Customer Centre’s that you can visit to verify in-person.
33 Charlotte Street
|1 Telemon Street
|Mike Ahern Centre
12 First Avenue
5B Sheridan Street
|7 William Street
Important information: before visiting a QGov Customer Centre, please ensure you have:
- Created a username, password and provided an Australian mobile number via QGov website
- Your Australian mobile phone (the number you registered online with QGov)
- Your identification documents (check the list for documentation needed).
What happens if I cannot verify my identity online or in-person?
If you are not able to verify yourself online or in-person, it means you cannot use RTA Web Services.
This is because RTA’s Web Services is a digital online service and having your identity verified by QGov (online or in-person) is a substitute for your signature on a paper form and helps keep your online transactions with the RTA secure.
Should you not be able to get a QGov account to use RTA Web Services, the RTA can still help you.
See each service below to find out how: