Citizenship and Citizenship Ceremonies
Becoming an Australian citizen represents a commitment to Australia and its people.
All applications for Australian citizenship are processed by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection. Further information on how to apply for Australian citizenship is available from the Australian citizenship website www.citizenship.gov.au or the Citizenship Information Line on 131 880.
For most people, the final step in becoming an Australian citizen is making the pledge of commitment at an Australian citizenship ceremony. Applicants for Australian citizenship will generally be invited to attend a ceremony within 3 to 6 months from the date their application is approved. You will receive a written invitation to your ceremony.
While Frankston City Council hosts Australian citizenship ceremonies, the council is unable to provide further information regarding the timing of your ceremony. All ceremony enquiries should be directed to the Citizenship Information Line on 131 880.
The next Australian Citizenship ceremony will be the Australia Day Ceremony being held at Frankston Arts Centre.
All ceremonies start at 11.00am unless stated otherwise
Additional dates may be scheduled if necessary - according to candidate numbers on the waiting list.
- Frankston Arts Centre
27-37 Davey Street
- Frankston RSL
183 Cranbourne Road
- Hindu Society of Victoria Function Centre
52 Boundary Rd
- Sandhurst Club
75 Sandhurst Blvd
New citizens are asked to arrive 15 minutes prior to the ceremony to allow for registration.
New citizens are welcome to invite 2 guests to the ceremony. Please note that guests may not be seated with the new citizens.
Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street
P. 1300 322 322