Information for marriage celebrants

All marriage ceremonies performed in Tasmania are registered with Births, Deaths and Marriages.

Marriage celebrants need to submit the marriage documents to Births, Deaths and Marriages within 14 days of the ceremony.

Register marriages online

Authorised marriage celebrants can register Tasmanian marriages online.  The system is easy to use, with the options to print forms and upload documents. You can also use the online system to apply for a marriage certificate on behalf of the couple who may want to use it to change their name with relevant organisations.  All you need is access to a computer, printer and scanner.

Use the quick reference guides to help you get started.

Quick reference guides

  1. Register for an account
  2. Create and complete a new marriage record
  3. Print NOIM or marriage certificate
  4. Upload NOIM, marriage certificate and submit record
  5. Order a marriage certificate online
  6. Search and view submitted marriage records
  7. Reset a forgotten password
  8. Update your account details online
  9. Need help

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    Register Marriages Online

    Additional information for celebrants

    To become a civil marriage celebrant contact the Commonwealth Attorney-General's Department (external link).

    To become a religious marriage celebrant contact the nominating authority of your denomination.

    To update your contact details complete the following form Celebrant Change of Contact Details Form (DOCX, 82.0 KB)

    To help you complete marriage documents use the following form Checklist for Marriage Documents (PDF, 115.5 KB)


    Post marriage documents for ceremonies held in Tasmania to:

    Births, Deaths and Marriages Tasmania

    30 Gordons Hill Road

    Rosny Park  Tasmania  7018

    If you need more details, contact us.

Updated: 16th September 2020