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EastLink Phone Number and Customer Service Contact Details

Eastlink logo

EastLink Overview

Located in Melbourne, EastLink offers Australia’s lowest toll prices at 13 cents per kilometre, approximately.  It is tolled electronically and it has innovative cashless booths.  Toll collection is done through a state-of-the art electronic system.  This section of the Eastern Freeway (also called the M3 freeway) in Melbourne connects large areas of the eastern suburbs of Victoria, making it the largest toll way network in Victoria. The project was conceived due to congestion on the major north-south roads of Melbourne’s eastern area, which became very apparent since the late 1980s.

True to their word that passing through EastLink is time better spent, EastLink offers a myriad of options for customers for paying tolls. There’s the Tag Account, Non-Tag Account, EastLink Trip Pass, Toll Invoice or Business Account. When travelling with a tag, each toll is deducted from the account.  Vehicle classes who pass through EastLink are categorized into five tolling classes: CAR, LCV (Light Commercial Vehicles), HCV (Heavy Commercial Vehicles), Motorcycles and Taxis.

EastLink is considered a very safe and secure motorway. It is 39 kilometres long and connects strategic locations: the Eastern, Monash, Frankston and Peninsula Link freeways.  It passes through 45 sets of traffic lights. It also goes through stunning landscaping and wetlands, all 480 hectares of it. There are around 60 wetlands surrounding this highway, which is meant to improve local waterways and create habitat for wildlife.  This reinvigorated local creeks and waterways in the area.  The network also comprises of Ringwood Bypass, 1 kilometre of highway that connects EastLink to Marrondah Highway and Mt. Dandenong Road. EastLink has 17 total interchanges and 88 bridges.  There are three lanes in each direction for 33 kilometres, and two lanes in each direction for 6 kilometres. EastLink also has 35 kilometres of new bicycle and walking tracks. While under construction, over 13,000 noise wall panels were used on this freeway, with 1,000 kilometres of electrical cabling.  

Opened on June 2008, EastLink is a joint project of Thiess and John Holland, both leading construction companies in Australia. Many people claim that EastLink is also Melbourne’s fastest and most delay-free road, running an average speed of 93.5 km/h.

EastLink goes from the Eastern Freeway in Donvale, Melbourne on the North End to the Frankston Freeway in Seaford, Melbourne on the South End.  This freeway goes through the major suburbs of Ringwood and Dandenong.  The major junctions on the EastLink freeway are Springvale Road, Ringwood Bypass, Burwood Highway, Monash Freeway, Princes Highway, Dandenong Bypass and Peninsula Link.

EastLink also has a stunning architectural landscape. At a construction cost of $2.5 billion, the stunning architecture of its toll ways are complemented by more than $50 million spent on landscaping, with 3.6 million native trees and shrubs planted. It also has $5.5 million worth of public artwork installations, created by talented Australian artists. Major artworks include ‘Hotel’ by Callum Morton, which is a steel structural frame with concrete and glass panels.  The installation looks like an actual hotel, and it is located between Greens Road and Bangholme Road. Another major artwork is ‘Desiring Machine’ by Simeon Nelson, which is galvanised steel plate located south of Thompson Road. The two other artworks on the EastLInk motorway are ‘Ellipsoidal Freeway Sculpture by James Angus and ‘Public Art Strategy’ by Emily Floyd.

EastLink boasts of sustainability credentials. Aside from 480 hectares of landscaping, it has 35 km of trails for cyclists, pedestrians, and runners. EastLink supports the local community by building strategic community partnerships and supporting the initiatives of road safety education programs for young adults and major community events in the EastLink corridor.

EastLink also has community partners that ensure road safety and links with the community.  EastLink’s road safety partners include the Eastern Football League, Road Trauma Support Services Victoria, and SafetySense.  Major communit event partners are Aquanation (Maroondah), Frankston Arts Centre, Frankston Festival of Lights, Main Street Mornington Festival, Maroondah Festival, Monash Carols by Candlelight and Tyabb Air Show.

 

EastLink Customer Service

crossing

EastLink provides a great advantage for Melbourne vehicle owners because it provides time, fuel, and vehicle efficiency savings for all motorists.  The transport network of Melbourne has considerably improved following the opening of this freeway in 2008, allowing motorists to bypass congestion and traffic lights on local roads. Its electronic toll collection system keeps traffic free flowing at all times.

Each EastLink Account and Pass options have key benefits. For instance, using Tag Accounts are the cheapest way to pass through EastLink. The EastLink Trip pass allows motorists to pay per trip without needing an account. The toll invoice option does not need an account or trip pass.  Invoice will arrive on your registered address. The business account provides monthly invoicing in arrears. The EastLink tag account is provided for drivers who make regular trips.  The non-tag account is intended for motorcyclists and other vehicles traveling without tags.  Trip passes could be used for very infrequent travel.  There are various tag sounds to watch out for while motorists are passing through a toll gantry.  The tag should emit a sound.  A single beep means that the trip has been registered and there is sufficient credit on the account.  One beep followed by two quick beeps mean that the account balance is low and need a top-up. Four beeps mean that the account has been suspended and needs to be reactivated. No tag beeps means that the tag may be faulty or incorrectly installed on the vehicle.

There is 20% weekend discount and 20% single section discount for cars. If customers prefer to pay in cash, there are participating EastLink payment at retailers 7-Eleven, United Petroleum, and many newsagents.

The high quality of EastLink customer service exceeds the KPIs agreed with the state of Victoria. It is also proud of having the distinction of being the safest freeway in Melbourne.  It has round-the-clock monitoring with video cameras, automatic detectors and traffic counters.  

In-tunnel air quality is measured for the safety of all motorists.  There is continuous monitoring of Carbon Monoxide emissions. Air control is achieved through the number of fans installed in the tunnels.  EastLink also has a state-of-the-art ventilation system.

EastLink promotes road safety for its motorists with safety instructions, lane control signs, fixed and variable speed signs and loudspeaker announcements. It uses digital signs to communicate safety on the road. EastLink also provides safety measures for those who are passing under the Mullum Mullum and Melba tunnels, both 1.6 km long tunnels for vehicles up to 4.65 metres in height.

EastLink offers a special My Account page for its users.  On its brand new website, this also works better on mobile phones and tablet devices.  Logging in to a user’s account enables customers to check the status and balance of their accounts, view toll charges and payments, download statements, make a payment, upgrade to automatic payment or change payment details, update contact details, add/remove vehicles to/from account, order tags and tag holders, and make any other online enquiry. The minimum balance before a customer should make a top-up payment is $13.63.  Other fees and charges for pre-paid tag accounts include account set-up amount, additional statement fee, image processing fee, tag missing fee and tag replacement fee (which is $40 per tag).  The minimum top up amount is $30.00.

EastLink Contact Numbers

The call centre and customer centre of EastLink employs locals who are experts of the surrounding areas. Here are the phone numbers of EastLink: (03) 9955 1400 and 13 LINK (13 54 65) Monday to Friday 7 AM to 6 PM.  It is closed on public holidays. Fax number of EastLink is 03 9955 1401.  

You may also send a post to EastLink, PO Box 744, Ringwood VIC 3134. Those who are in the Ringwood area may also visit the EastLink Customer Centre at 2 Hillcrest Avenue, Ringwood VIC 3134 (Melway 49 E9).  This facility is open from Monday to Friday at 8:30 AM to 5PM.  It is closed on public holidays.

For speech to speech relay, contact 1300 555 727.  If you are a customer that needs and interpreter for Greek, Italian, Arabic, Chinese and Vietnamese languages, call 13 14 50.

Here are contact details for payment EastLink payment facilities:

Payment FacilityAccessPayments Accepted
Automatic Payment

(03) 9955 1400

Account should be paid automatically when balance drops below the minimum

Bank accounts and card payments
InternetEastLink.com.auCard payments
Phone(03) 9955 1400Card payments
In Person

EastLink Customer Centre Ringwood

Participating Outlets

EastLink.com.au/outlets

Cash and Card payments

 

Contact EastLink

Customers and account holders may also contact EastLink through email enquiry. The link to the email enquiry is located on the website.  Email address for enquiries is [email protected]. There is a special FAQs page on the EastLink website that allows customers to find answers to common questions such as, ’Are any trips on EastLink free of charge?’, ‘Is EastLink guaranteed to be a fast route?’, and ‘Do motorcycles get charged for using EastLink?’ There are also answers to other questions pertaining to paying tolls, using a tag, operating multiple vehicles using one account, and managing an account.

 

EastLink Phone Number and Customer Service Contact Details

Eastlink logo

EastLink Overview

Located in Melbourne, EastLink offers Australia’s lowest toll prices at 13 cents per kilometre, approximately.  It is tolled electronically and it has innovative cashless booths.  Toll collection is done through a state-of-the art electronic system.  This section of the Eastern Freeway (also called the M3 freeway) in Melbourne connects large areas of the eastern suburbs of Victoria, making it the largest toll way network in Victoria. The project was conceived due to congestion on the major north-south roads of Melbourne’s eastern area, which became very apparent since the late 1980s.

True to their word that passing through EastLink is time better spent, EastLink offers a myriad of options for customers for paying tolls. There’s the Tag Account, Non-Tag Account, EastLink Trip Pass, Toll Invoice or Business Account. When travelling with a tag, each toll is deducted from the account.  Vehicle classes who pass through EastLink are categorized into five tolling classes: CAR, LCV (Light Commercial Vehicles), HCV (Heavy Commercial Vehicles), Motorcycles and Taxis.

EastLink is considered a very safe and secure motorway. It is 39 kilometres long and connects strategic locations: the Eastern, Monash, Frankston and Peninsula Link freeways.  It passes through 45 sets of traffic lights. It also goes through stunning landscaping and wetlands, all 480 hectares of it. There are around 60 wetlands surrounding this highway, which is meant to improve local waterways and create habitat for wildlife.  This reinvigorated local creeks and waterways in the area.  The network also comprises of Ringwood Bypass, 1 kilometre of highway that connects EastLink to Marrondah Highway and Mt. Dandenong Road. EastLink has 17 total interchanges and 88 bridges.  There are three lanes in each direction for 33 kilometres, and two lanes in each direction for 6 kilometres. EastLink also has 35 kilometres of new bicycle and walking tracks. While under construction, over 13,000 noise wall panels were used on this freeway, with 1,000 kilometres of electrical cabling.  

Opened on June 2008, EastLink is a joint project of Thiess and John Holland, both leading construction companies in Australia. Many people claim that EastLink is also Melbourne’s fastest and most delay-free road, running an average speed of 93.5 km/h.

EastLink goes from the Eastern Freeway in Donvale, Melbourne on the North End to the Frankston Freeway in Seaford, Melbourne on the South End.  This freeway goes through the major suburbs of Ringwood and Dandenong.  The major junctions on the EastLink freeway are Springvale Road, Ringwood Bypass, Burwood Highway, Monash Freeway, Princes Highway, Dandenong Bypass and Peninsula Link.

EastLink also has a stunning architectural landscape. At a construction cost of $2.5 billion, the stunning architecture of its toll ways are complemented by more than $50 million spent on landscaping, with 3.6 million native trees and shrubs planted. It also has $5.5 million worth of public artwork installations, created by talented Australian artists. Major artworks include ‘Hotel’ by Callum Morton, which is a steel structural frame with concrete and glass panels.  The installation looks like an actual hotel, and it is located between Greens Road and Bangholme Road. Another major artwork is ‘Desiring Machine’ by Simeon Nelson, which is galvanised steel plate located south of Thompson Road. The two other artworks on the EastLInk motorway are ‘Ellipsoidal Freeway Sculpture by James Angus and ‘Public Art Strategy’ by Emily Floyd.

EastLink boasts of sustainability credentials. Aside from 480 hectares of landscaping, it has 35 km of trails for cyclists, pedestrians, and runners. EastLink supports the local community by building strategic community partnerships and supporting the initiatives of road safety education programs for young adults and major community events in the EastLink corridor.

EastLink also has community partners that ensure road safety and links with the community.  EastLink’s road safety partners include the Eastern Football League, Road Trauma Support Services Victoria, and SafetySense.  Major communit event partners are Aquanation (Maroondah), Frankston Arts Centre, Frankston Festival of Lights, Main Street Mornington Festival, Maroondah Festival, Monash Carols by Candlelight and Tyabb Air Show.

 

EastLink Customer Service

crossing

EastLink provides a great advantage for Melbourne vehicle owners because it provides time, fuel, and vehicle efficiency savings for all motorists.  The transport network of Melbourne has considerably improved following the opening of this freeway in 2008, allowing motorists to bypass congestion and traffic lights on local roads. Its electronic toll collection system keeps traffic free flowing at all times.

Each EastLink Account and Pass options have key benefits. For instance, using Tag Accounts are the cheapest way to pass through EastLink. The EastLink Trip pass allows motorists to pay per trip without needing an account. The toll invoice option does not need an account or trip pass.  Invoice will arrive on your registered address. The business account provides monthly invoicing in arrears. The EastLink tag account is provided for drivers who make regular trips.  The non-tag account is intended for motorcyclists and other vehicles traveling without tags.  Trip passes could be used for very infrequent travel.  There are various tag sounds to watch out for while motorists are passing through a toll gantry.  The tag should emit a sound.  A single beep means that the trip has been registered and there is sufficient credit on the account.  One beep followed by two quick beeps mean that the account balance is low and need a top-up. Four beeps mean that the account has been suspended and needs to be reactivated. No tag beeps means that the tag may be faulty or incorrectly installed on the vehicle.

There is 20% weekend discount and 20% single section discount for cars. If customers prefer to pay in cash, there are participating EastLink payment at retailers 7-Eleven, United Petroleum, and many newsagents.

The high quality of EastLink customer service exceeds the KPIs agreed with the state of Victoria. It is also proud of having the distinction of being the safest freeway in Melbourne.  It has round-the-clock monitoring with video cameras, automatic detectors and traffic counters.  

In-tunnel air quality is measured for the safety of all motorists.  There is continuous monitoring of Carbon Monoxide emissions. Air control is achieved through the number of fans installed in the tunnels.  EastLink also has a state-of-the-art ventilation system.

EastLink promotes road safety for its motorists with safety instructions, lane control signs, fixed and variable speed signs and loudspeaker announcements. It uses digital signs to communicate safety on the road. EastLink also provides safety measures for those who are passing under the Mullum Mullum and Melba tunnels, both 1.6 km long tunnels for vehicles up to 4.65 metres in height.

EastLink offers a special My Account page for its users.  On its brand new website, this also works better on mobile phones and tablet devices.  Logging in to a user’s account enables customers to check the status and balance of their accounts, view toll charges and payments, download statements, make a payment, upgrade to automatic payment or change payment details, update contact details, add/remove vehicles to/from account, order tags and tag holders, and make any other online enquiry. The minimum balance before a customer should make a top-up payment is $13.63.  Other fees and charges for pre-paid tag accounts include account set-up amount, additional statement fee, image processing fee, tag missing fee and tag replacement fee (which is $40 per tag).  The minimum top up amount is $30.00.

EastLink Contact Numbers

The call centre and customer centre of EastLink employs locals who are experts of the surrounding areas. Here are the phone numbers of EastLink: (03) 9955 1400 and 13 LINK (13 54 65) Monday to Friday 7 AM to 6 PM.  It is closed on public holidays. Fax number of EastLink is 03 9955 1401.  

You may also send a post to EastLink, PO Box 744, Ringwood VIC 3134. Those who are in the Ringwood area may also visit the EastLink Customer Centre at 2 Hillcrest Avenue, Ringwood VIC 3134 (Melway 49 E9).  This facility is open from Monday to Friday at 8:30 AM to 5PM.  It is closed on public holidays.

For speech to speech relay, contact 1300 555 727.  If you are a customer that needs and interpreter for Greek, Italian, Arabic, Chinese and Vietnamese languages, call 13 14 50.

Here are contact details for payment EastLink payment facilities:

Payment FacilityAccessPayments Accepted
Automatic Payment

(03) 9955 1400

Account should be paid automatically when balance drops below the minimum

Bank accounts and card payments
InternetEastLink.com.auCard payments
Phone(03) 9955 1400Card payments
In Person

EastLink Customer Centre Ringwood

Participating Outlets

EastLink.com.au/outlets

Cash and Card payments

 

Contact EastLink

Customers and account holders may also contact EastLink through email enquiry. The link to the email enquiry is located on the website.  Email address for enquiries is [email protected]. There is a special FAQs page on the EastLink website that allows customers to find answers to common questions such as, ’Are any trips on EastLink free of charge?’, ‘Is EastLink guaranteed to be a fast route?’, and ‘Do motorcycles get charged for using EastLink?’ There are also answers to other questions pertaining to paying tolls, using a tag, operating multiple vehicles using one account, and managing an account.

 

EastLink Phone Number and Customer Service Contact Details

Eastlink logo

EastLink Overview

Located in Melbourne, EastLink offers Australia’s lowest toll prices at 13 cents per kilometre, approximately.  It is tolled electronically and it has innovative cashless booths.  Toll collection is done through a state-of-the art electronic system.  This section of the Eastern Freeway (also called the M3 freeway) in Melbourne connects large areas of the eastern suburbs of Victoria, making it the largest toll way network in Victoria. The project was conceived due to congestion on the major north-south roads of Melbourne’s eastern area, which became very apparent since the late 1980s.

True to their word that passing through EastLink is time better spent, EastLink offers a myriad of options for customers for paying tolls. There’s the Tag Account, Non-Tag Account, EastLink Trip Pass, Toll Invoice or Business Account. When travelling with a tag, each toll is deducted from the account.  Vehicle classes who pass through EastLink are categorized into five tolling classes: CAR, LCV (Light Commercial Vehicles), HCV (Heavy Commercial Vehicles), Motorcycles and Taxis.

EastLink is considered a very safe and secure motorway. It is 39 kilometres long and connects strategic locations: the Eastern, Monash, Frankston and Peninsula Link freeways.  It passes through 45 sets of traffic lights. It also goes through stunning landscaping and wetlands, all 480 hectares of it. There are around 60 wetlands surrounding this highway, which is meant to improve local waterways and create habitat for wildlife.  This reinvigorated local creeks and waterways in the area.  The network also comprises of Ringwood Bypass, 1 kilometre of highway that connects EastLink to Marrondah Highway and Mt. Dandenong Road. EastLink has 17 total interchanges and 88 bridges.  There are three lanes in each direction for 33 kilometres, and two lanes in each direction for 6 kilometres. EastLink also has 35 kilometres of new bicycle and walking tracks. While under construction, over 13,000 noise wall panels were used on this freeway, with 1,000 kilometres of electrical cabling.  

Opened on June 2008, EastLink is a joint project of Thiess and John Holland, both leading construction companies in Australia. Many people claim that EastLink is also Melbourne’s fastest and most delay-free road, running an average speed of 93.5 km/h.

EastLink goes from the Eastern Freeway in Donvale, Melbourne on the North End to the Frankston Freeway in Seaford, Melbourne on the South End.  This freeway goes through the major suburbs of Ringwood and Dandenong.  The major junctions on the EastLink freeway are Springvale Road, Ringwood Bypass, Burwood Highway, Monash Freeway, Princes Highway, Dandenong Bypass and Peninsula Link.

EastLink also has a stunning architectural landscape. At a construction cost of $2.5 billion, the stunning architecture of its toll ways are complemented by more than $50 million spent on landscaping, with 3.6 million native trees and shrubs planted. It also has $5.5 million worth of public artwork installations, created by talented Australian artists. Major artworks include ‘Hotel’ by Callum Morton, which is a steel structural frame with concrete and glass panels.  The installation looks like an actual hotel, and it is located between Greens Road and Bangholme Road. Another major artwork is ‘Desiring Machine’ by Simeon Nelson, which is galvanised steel plate located south of Thompson Road. The two other artworks on the EastLInk motorway are ‘Ellipsoidal Freeway Sculpture by James Angus and ‘Public Art Strategy’ by Emily Floyd.

EastLink boasts of sustainability credentials. Aside from 480 hectares of landscaping, it has 35 km of trails for cyclists, pedestrians, and runners. EastLink supports the local community by building strategic community partnerships and supporting the initiatives of road safety education programs for young adults and major community events in the EastLink corridor.

EastLink also has community partners that ensure road safety and links with the community.  EastLink’s road safety partners include the Eastern Football League, Road Trauma Support Services Victoria, and SafetySense.  Major communit event partners are Aquanation (Maroondah), Frankston Arts Centre, Frankston Festival of Lights, Main Street Mornington Festival, Maroondah Festival, Monash Carols by Candlelight and Tyabb Air Show.

 

EastLink Customer Service

crossing

EastLink provides a great advantage for Melbourne vehicle owners because it provides time, fuel, and vehicle efficiency savings for all motorists.  The transport network of Melbourne has considerably improved following the opening of this freeway in 2008, allowing motorists to bypass congestion and traffic lights on local roads. Its electronic toll collection system keeps traffic free flowing at all times.

Each EastLink Account and Pass options have key benefits. For instance, using Tag Accounts are the cheapest way to pass through EastLink. The EastLink Trip pass allows motorists to pay per trip without needing an account. The toll invoice option does not need an account or trip pass.  Invoice will arrive on your registered address. The business account provides monthly invoicing in arrears. The EastLink tag account is provided for drivers who make regular trips.  The non-tag account is intended for motorcyclists and other vehicles traveling without tags.  Trip passes could be used for very infrequent travel.  There are various tag sounds to watch out for while motorists are passing through a toll gantry.  The tag should emit a sound.  A single beep means that the trip has been registered and there is sufficient credit on the account.  One beep followed by two quick beeps mean that the account balance is low and need a top-up. Four beeps mean that the account has been suspended and needs to be reactivated. No tag beeps means that the tag may be faulty or incorrectly installed on the vehicle.

There is 20% weekend discount and 20% single section discount for cars. If customers prefer to pay in cash, there are participating EastLink payment at retailers 7-Eleven, United Petroleum, and many newsagents.

The high quality of EastLink customer service exceeds the KPIs agreed with the state of Victoria. It is also proud of having the distinction of being the safest freeway in Melbourne.  It has round-the-clock monitoring with video cameras, automatic detectors and traffic counters.  

In-tunnel air quality is measured for the safety of all motorists.  There is continuous monitoring of Carbon Monoxide emissions. Air control is achieved through the number of fans installed in the tunnels.  EastLink also has a state-of-the-art ventilation system.

EastLink promotes road safety for its motorists with safety instructions, lane control signs, fixed and variable speed signs and loudspeaker announcements. It uses digital signs to communicate safety on the road. EastLink also provides safety measures for those who are passing under the Mullum Mullum and Melba tunnels, both 1.6 km long tunnels for vehicles up to 4.65 metres in height.

EastLink offers a special My Account page for its users.  On its brand new website, this also works better on mobile phones and tablet devices.  Logging in to a user’s account enables customers to check the status and balance of their accounts, view toll charges and payments, download statements, make a payment, upgrade to automatic payment or change payment details, update contact details, add/remove vehicles to/from account, order tags and tag holders, and make any other online enquiry. The minimum balance before a customer should make a top-up payment is $13.63.  Other fees and charges for pre-paid tag accounts include account set-up amount, additional statement fee, image processing fee, tag missing fee and tag replacement fee (which is $40 per tag).  The minimum top up amount is $30.00.

EastLink Contact Numbers

The call centre and customer centre of EastLink employs locals who are experts of the surrounding areas. Here are the phone numbers of EastLink: (03) 9955 1400 and 13 LINK (13 54 65) Monday to Friday 7 AM to 6 PM.  It is closed on public holidays. Fax number of EastLink is 03 9955 1401.  

You may also send a post to EastLink, PO Box 744, Ringwood VIC 3134. Those who are in the Ringwood area may also visit the EastLink Customer Centre at 2 Hillcrest Avenue, Ringwood VIC 3134 (Melway 49 E9).  This facility is open from Monday to Friday at 8:30 AM to 5PM.  It is closed on public holidays.

For speech to speech relay, contact 1300 555 727.  If you are a customer that needs and interpreter for Greek, Italian, Arabic, Chinese and Vietnamese languages, call 13 14 50.

Here are contact details for payment EastLink payment facilities:

Payment FacilityAccessPayments Accepted
Automatic Payment

(03) 9955 1400

Account should be paid automatically when balance drops below the minimum

Bank accounts and card payments
InternetEastLink.com.auCard payments
Phone(03) 9955 1400Card payments
In Person

EastLink Customer Centre Ringwood

Participating Outlets

EastLink.com.au/outlets

Cash and Card payments

 

Contact EastLink

Customers and account holders may also contact EastLink through email enquiry. The link to the email enquiry is located on the website.  Email address for enquiries is [email protected]. There is a special FAQs page on the EastLink website that allows customers to find answers to common questions such as, ’Are any trips on EastLink free of charge?’, ‘Is EastLink guaranteed to be a fast route?’, and ‘Do motorcycles get charged for using EastLink?’ There are also answers to other questions pertaining to paying tolls, using a tag, operating multiple vehicles using one account, and managing an account.

 

EastLink Phone Number and Customer Service Contact Details

Eastlink logo

EastLink Overview

Located in Melbourne, EastLink offers Australia’s lowest toll prices at 13 cents per kilometre, approximately.  It is tolled electronically and it has innovative cashless booths.  Toll collection is done through a state-of-the art electronic system.  This section of the Eastern Freeway (also called the M3 freeway) in Melbourne connects large areas of the eastern suburbs of Victoria, making it the largest toll way network in Victoria. The project was conceived due to congestion on the major north-south roads of Melbourne’s eastern area, which became very apparent since the late 1980s.

True to their word that passing through EastLink is time better spent, EastLink offers a myriad of options for customers for paying tolls. There’s the Tag Account, Non-Tag Account, EastLink Trip Pass, Toll Invoice or Business Account. When travelling with a tag, each toll is deducted from the account.  Vehicle classes who pass through EastLink are categorized into five tolling classes: CAR, LCV (Light Commercial Vehicles), HCV (Heavy Commercial Vehicles), Motorcycles and Taxis.

EastLink is considered a very safe and secure motorway. It is 39 kilometres long and connects strategic locations: the Eastern, Monash, Frankston and Peninsula Link freeways.  It passes through 45 sets of traffic lights. It also goes through stunning landscaping and wetlands, all 480 hectares of it. There are around 60 wetlands surrounding this highway, which is meant to improve local waterways and create habitat for wildlife.  This reinvigorated local creeks and waterways in the area.  The network also comprises of Ringwood Bypass, 1 kilometre of highway that connects EastLink to Marrondah Highway and Mt. Dandenong Road. EastLink has 17 total interchanges and 88 bridges.  There are three lanes in each direction for 33 kilometres, and two lanes in each direction for 6 kilometres. EastLink also has 35 kilometres of new bicycle and walking tracks. While under construction, over 13,000 noise wall panels were used on this freeway, with 1,000 kilometres of electrical cabling.  

Opened on June 2008, EastLink is a joint project of Thiess and John Holland, both leading construction companies in Australia. Many people claim that EastLink is also Melbourne’s fastest and most delay-free road, running an average speed of 93.5 km/h.

EastLink goes from the Eastern Freeway in Donvale, Melbourne on the North End to the Frankston Freeway in Seaford, Melbourne on the South End.  This freeway goes through the major suburbs of Ringwood and Dandenong.  The major junctions on the EastLink freeway are Springvale Road, Ringwood Bypass, Burwood Highway, Monash Freeway, Princes Highway, Dandenong Bypass and Peninsula Link.

EastLink also has a stunning architectural landscape. At a construction cost of $2.5 billion, the stunning architecture of its toll ways are complemented by more than $50 million spent on landscaping, with 3.6 million native trees and shrubs planted. It also has $5.5 million worth of public artwork installations, created by talented Australian artists. Major artworks include ‘Hotel’ by Callum Morton, which is a steel structural frame with concrete and glass panels.  The installation looks like an actual hotel, and it is located between Greens Road and Bangholme Road. Another major artwork is ‘Desiring Machine’ by Simeon Nelson, which is galvanised steel plate located south of Thompson Road. The two other artworks on the EastLInk motorway are ‘Ellipsoidal Freeway Sculpture by James Angus and ‘Public Art Strategy’ by Emily Floyd.

EastLink boasts of sustainability credentials. Aside from 480 hectares of landscaping, it has 35 km of trails for cyclists, pedestrians, and runners. EastLink supports the local community by building strategic community partnerships and supporting the initiatives of road safety education programs for young adults and major community events in the EastLink corridor.

EastLink also has community partners that ensure road safety and links with the community.  EastLink’s road safety partners include the Eastern Football League, Road Trauma Support Services Victoria, and SafetySense.  Major communit event partners are Aquanation (Maroondah), Frankston Arts Centre, Frankston Festival of Lights, Main Street Mornington Festival, Maroondah Festival, Monash Carols by Candlelight and Tyabb Air Show.

 

EastLink Customer Service

crossing

EastLink provides a great advantage for Melbourne vehicle owners because it provides time, fuel, and vehicle efficiency savings for all motorists.  The transport network of Melbourne has considerably improved following the opening of this freeway in 2008, allowing motorists to bypass congestion and traffic lights on local roads. Its electronic toll collection system keeps traffic free flowing at all times.

Each EastLink Account and Pass options have key benefits. For instance, using Tag Accounts are the cheapest way to pass through EastLink. The EastLink Trip pass allows motorists to pay per trip without needing an account. The toll invoice option does not need an account or trip pass.  Invoice will arrive on your registered address. The business account provides monthly invoicing in arrears. The EastLink tag account is provided for drivers who make regular trips.  The non-tag account is intended for motorcyclists and other vehicles traveling without tags.  Trip passes could be used for very infrequent travel.  There are various tag sounds to watch out for while motorists are passing through a toll gantry.  The tag should emit a sound.  A single beep means that the trip has been registered and there is sufficient credit on the account.  One beep followed by two quick beeps mean that the account balance is low and need a top-up. Four beeps mean that the account has been suspended and needs to be reactivated. No tag beeps means that the tag may be faulty or incorrectly installed on the vehicle.

There is 20% weekend discount and 20% single section discount for cars. If customers prefer to pay in cash, there are participating EastLink payment at retailers 7-Eleven, United Petroleum, and many newsagents.

The high quality of EastLink customer service exceeds the KPIs agreed with the state of Victoria. It is also proud of having the distinction of being the safest freeway in Melbourne.  It has round-the-clock monitoring with video cameras, automatic detectors and traffic counters.  

In-tunnel air quality is measured for the safety of all motorists.  There is continuous monitoring of Carbon Monoxide emissions. Air control is achieved through the number of fans installed in the tunnels.  EastLink also has a state-of-the-art ventilation system.

EastLink promotes road safety for its motorists with safety instructions, lane control signs, fixed and variable speed signs and loudspeaker announcements. It uses digital signs to communicate safety on the road. EastLink also provides safety measures for those who are passing under the Mullum Mullum and Melba tunnels, both 1.6 km long tunnels for vehicles up to 4.65 metres in height.

EastLink offers a special My Account page for its users.  On its brand new website, this also works better on mobile phones and tablet devices.  Logging in to a user’s account enables customers to check the status and balance of their accounts, view toll charges and payments, download statements, make a payment, upgrade to automatic payment or change payment details, update contact details, add/remove vehicles to/from account, order tags and tag holders, and make any other online enquiry. The minimum balance before a customer should make a top-up payment is $13.63.  Other fees and charges for pre-paid tag accounts include account set-up amount, additional statement fee, image processing fee, tag missing fee and tag replacement fee (which is $40 per tag).  The minimum top up amount is $30.00.

EastLink Contact Numbers

The call centre and customer centre of EastLink employs locals who are experts of the surrounding areas. Here are the phone numbers of EastLink: (03) 9955 1400 and 13 LINK (13 54 65) Monday to Friday 7 AM to 6 PM.  It is closed on public holidays. Fax number of EastLink is 03 9955 1401.  

You may also send a post to EastLink, PO Box 744, Ringwood VIC 3134. Those who are in the Ringwood area may also visit the EastLink Customer Centre at 2 Hillcrest Avenue, Ringwood VIC 3134 (Melway 49 E9).  This facility is open from Monday to Friday at 8:30 AM to 5PM.  It is closed on public holidays.

For speech to speech relay, contact 1300 555 727.  If you are a customer that needs and interpreter for Greek, Italian, Arabic, Chinese and Vietnamese languages, call 13 14 50.

Here are contact details for payment EastLink payment facilities:

Payment FacilityAccessPayments Accepted
Automatic Payment

(03) 9955 1400

Account should be paid automatically when balance drops below the minimum

Bank accounts and card payments
InternetEastLink.com.auCard payments
Phone(03) 9955 1400Card payments
In Person

EastLink Customer Centre Ringwood

Participating Outlets

EastLink.com.au/outlets

Cash and Card payments

 

Contact EastLink

Customers and account holders may also contact EastLink through email enquiry. The link to the email enquiry is located on the website.  Email address for enquiries is [email protected]. There is a special FAQs page on the EastLink website that allows customers to find answers to common questions such as, ’Are any trips on EastLink free of charge?’, ‘Is EastLink guaranteed to be a fast route?’, and ‘Do motorcycles get charged for using EastLink?’ There are also answers to other questions pertaining to paying tolls, using a tag, operating multiple vehicles using one account, and managing an account.

 

EastLink Phone Number and Customer Service Contact Details

Eastlink logo

EastLink Overview

Located in Melbourne, EastLink offers Australia’s lowest toll prices at 13 cents per kilometre, approximately.  It is tolled electronically and it has innovative cashless booths.  Toll collection is done through a state-of-the art electronic system.  This section of the Eastern Freeway (also called the M3 freeway) in Melbourne connects large areas of the eastern suburbs of Victoria, making it the largest toll way network in Victoria. The project was conceived due to congestion on the major north-south roads of Melbourne’s eastern area, which became very apparent since the late 1980s.

True to their word that passing through EastLink is time better spent, EastLink offers a myriad of options for customers for paying tolls. There’s the Tag Account, Non-Tag Account, EastLink Trip Pass, Toll Invoice or Business Account. When travelling with a tag, each toll is deducted from the account.  Vehicle classes who pass through EastLink are categorized into five tolling classes: CAR, LCV (Light Commercial Vehicles), HCV (Heavy Commercial Vehicles), Motorcycles and Taxis.

EastLink is considered a very safe and secure motorway. It is 39 kilometres long and connects strategic locations: the Eastern, Monash, Frankston and Peninsula Link freeways.  It passes through 45 sets of traffic lights. It also goes through stunning landscaping and wetlands, all 480 hectares of it. There are around 60 wetlands surrounding this highway, which is meant to improve local waterways and create habitat for wildlife.  This reinvigorated local creeks and waterways in the area.  The network also comprises of Ringwood Bypass, 1 kilometre of highway that connects EastLink to Marrondah Highway and Mt. Dandenong Road. EastLink has 17 total interchanges and 88 bridges.  There are three lanes in each direction for 33 kilometres, and two lanes in each direction for 6 kilometres. EastLink also has 35 kilometres of new bicycle and walking tracks. While under construction, over 13,000 noise wall panels were used on this freeway, with 1,000 kilometres of electrical cabling.  

Opened on June 2008, EastLink is a joint project of Thiess and John Holland, both leading construction companies in Australia. Many people claim that EastLink is also Melbourne’s fastest and most delay-free road, running an average speed of 93.5 km/h.

EastLink goes from the Eastern Freeway in Donvale, Melbourne on the North End to the Frankston Freeway in Seaford, Melbourne on the South End.  This freeway goes through the major suburbs of Ringwood and Dandenong.  The major junctions on the EastLink freeway are Springvale Road, Ringwood Bypass, Burwood Highway, Monash Freeway, Princes Highway, Dandenong Bypass and Peninsula Link.

EastLink also has a stunning architectural landscape. At a construction cost of $2.5 billion, the stunning architecture of its toll ways are complemented by more than $50 million spent on landscaping, with 3.6 million native trees and shrubs planted. It also has $5.5 million worth of public artwork installations, created by talented Australian artists. Major artworks include ‘Hotel’ by Callum Morton, which is a steel structural frame with concrete and glass panels.  The installation looks like an actual hotel, and it is located between Greens Road and Bangholme Road. Another major artwork is ‘Desiring Machine’ by Simeon Nelson, which is galvanised steel plate located south of Thompson Road. The two other artworks on the EastLInk motorway are ‘Ellipsoidal Freeway Sculpture by James Angus and ‘Public Art Strategy’ by Emily Floyd.

EastLink boasts of sustainability credentials. Aside from 480 hectares of landscaping, it has 35 km of trails for cyclists, pedestrians, and runners. EastLink supports the local community by building strategic community partnerships and supporting the initiatives of road safety education programs for young adults and major community events in the EastLink corridor.

EastLink also has community partners that ensure road safety and links with the community.  EastLink’s road safety partners include the Eastern Football League, Road Trauma Support Services Victoria, and SafetySense.  Major communit event partners are Aquanation (Maroondah), Frankston Arts Centre, Frankston Festival of Lights, Main Street Mornington Festival, Maroondah Festival, Monash Carols by Candlelight and Tyabb Air Show.

 

EastLink Customer Service

crossing

EastLink provides a great advantage for Melbourne vehicle owners because it provides time, fuel, and vehicle efficiency savings for all motorists.  The transport network of Melbourne has considerably improved following the opening of this freeway in 2008, allowing motorists to bypass congestion and traffic lights on local roads. Its electronic toll collection system keeps traffic free flowing at all times.

Each EastLink Account and Pass options have key benefits. For instance, using Tag Accounts are the cheapest way to pass through EastLink. The EastLink Trip pass allows motorists to pay per trip without needing an account. The toll invoice option does not need an account or trip pass.  Invoice will arrive on your registered address. The business account provides monthly invoicing in arrears. The EastLink tag account is provided for drivers who make regular trips.  The non-tag account is intended for motorcyclists and other vehicles traveling without tags.  Trip passes could be used for very infrequent travel.  There are various tag sounds to watch out for while motorists are passing through a toll gantry.  The tag should emit a sound.  A single beep means that the trip has been registered and there is sufficient credit on the account.  One beep followed by two quick beeps mean that the account balance is low and need a top-up. Four beeps mean that the account has been suspended and needs to be reactivated. No tag beeps means that the tag may be faulty or incorrectly installed on the vehicle.

There is 20% weekend discount and 20% single section discount for cars. If customers prefer to pay in cash, there are participating EastLink payment at retailers 7-Eleven, United Petroleum, and many newsagents.

The high quality of EastLink customer service exceeds the KPIs agreed with the state of Victoria. It is also proud of having the distinction of being the safest freeway in Melbourne.  It has round-the-clock monitoring with video cameras, automatic detectors and traffic counters.  

In-tunnel air quality is measured for the safety of all motorists.  There is continuous monitoring of Carbon Monoxide emissions. Air control is achieved through the number of fans installed in the tunnels.  EastLink also has a state-of-the-art ventilation system.

EastLink promotes road safety for its motorists with safety instructions, lane control signs, fixed and variable speed signs and loudspeaker announcements. It uses digital signs to communicate safety on the road. EastLink also provides safety measures for those who are passing under the Mullum Mullum and Melba tunnels, both 1.6 km long tunnels for vehicles up to 4.65 metres in height.

EastLink offers a special My Account page for its users.  On its brand new website, this also works better on mobile phones and tablet devices.  Logging in to a user’s account enables customers to check the status and balance of their accounts, view toll charges and payments, download statements, make a payment, upgrade to automatic payment or change payment details, update contact details, add/remove vehicles to/from account, order tags and tag holders, and make any other online enquiry. The minimum balance before a customer should make a top-up payment is $13.63.  Other fees and charges for pre-paid tag accounts include account set-up amount, additional statement fee, image processing fee, tag missing fee and tag replacement fee (which is $40 per tag).  The minimum top up amount is $30.00.

EastLink Contact Numbers

The call centre and customer centre of EastLink employs locals who are experts of the surrounding areas. Here are the phone numbers of EastLink: (03) 9955 1400 and 13 LINK (13 54 65) Monday to Friday 7 AM to 6 PM.  It is closed on public holidays. Fax number of EastLink is 03 9955 1401.  

You may also send a post to EastLink, PO Box 744, Ringwood VIC 3134. Those who are in the Ringwood area may also visit the EastLink Customer Centre at 2 Hillcrest Avenue, Ringwood VIC 3134 (Melway 49 E9).  This facility is open from Monday to Friday at 8:30 AM to 5PM.  It is closed on public holidays.

For speech to speech relay, contact 1300 555 727.  If you are a customer that needs and interpreter for Greek, Italian, Arabic, Chinese and Vietnamese languages, call 13 14 50.

Here are contact details for payment EastLink payment facilities:

Payment FacilityAccessPayments Accepted
Automatic Payment

(03) 9955 1400

Account should be paid automatically when balance drops below the minimum

Bank accounts and card payments
InternetEastLink.com.auCard payments
Phone(03) 9955 1400Card payments
In Person

EastLink Customer Centre Ringwood

Participating Outlets

EastLink.com.au/outlets

Cash and Card payments

 

Contact EastLink

Customers and account holders may also contact EastLink through email enquiry. The link to the email enquiry is located on the website.  Email address for enquiries is [email protected]. There is a special FAQs page on the EastLink website that allows customers to find answers to common questions such as, ’Are any trips on EastLink free of charge?’, ‘Is EastLink guaranteed to be a fast route?’, and ‘Do motorcycles get charged for using EastLink?’ There are also answers to other questions pertaining to paying tolls, using a tag, operating multiple vehicles using one account, and managing an account.

 

Apple Australia Phone Number and Customer Service Contact Details

apple logo

Apple Australia Overview

Apple is a brand that everyone is very familiar with.  It revolutionised technology and made it very personal when it launched the revolutionary Macintosh in 1984.  A list of other innovative products such as the iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch and Apple TV has made Apple a household name and a premium choice for technological products worldwide.  

Apple currently has four software platforms: iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS. These four platforms give all Apple users a seamless experience across all Apple devices.  Aside from the use of breakthrough devices, Apple also introduced market-leading services that are still incomparable in the market.  These services are the App Store, Apple Music, Apple Pay and iCloud.

The newest product launch in Apple Australia is the new iPad Pro.  It has the most advanced display to date, which is the powerful A10X Fusion chip, which provides fast performance and complex tasks like editing photos and 4K video, rendering 3D images or playing games. This also comes in a new 10.5 inch model. It also introduced a new 12.9-inch iPad Pro.  Aside from the advanced A10X fusion chip, it also features ProMotion technology, which automatically adjusts the movement of the content.

In Australia, Apple currently has 21 retail stores and numerous resellers. In 2005, Apple launched the very first iTunes Music Store in Australia. The very first retail store in Australia opened on George Street, Sydney in June 2008.  

 

Apple Australia Customer Service

appleApple Australia customer service is exemplary, to be expected of any Apple retailer worldwide.

All customers who buy the latest iPad Pro have special benefits.  These benefits include free delivery, if order is made before 2:00 PM AEST and provided that the model is in stock.  The product will be delivered the next business day guaranteed.  Customers who buy online can pick up available items within an hour or collect the product at a designated pick-up point.

If the customer needs to return something, they can send it back for free or drop the item off at any Apple store. Customers can also easily track their orders and be notified if it’s ready for in-store pickup.

Not many people are aware that the company also has an Apple Consultants Network, hundreds of independent companies that are certified by Apple to offer a range of solutions and professional services to customers who have purchased Apple products. There are various ways to choose an Apple consultant.  Customer can choose macOS deployment experts.  These are Mac, server and networking people who can configure and support the OS X server, along with integration and set-up of networks in a home or business setting. Mobility deployment comprises of companies who are able to configure, deploy and support multiple iOS devices through the use of tools such as Mobile Device Management, Profile Manager, and Apple Configurator.  For a range of mobile solutions, consulting solutions and cloud integration for iPhone, iPad, and iOS, customers can find a mobility solutions consultant in your area.  

There are also creative consultants who are able to lead users in using creative software such as iBooks Author, Logic Pro and Final Cut Pro. There are currently 14 Apple creative consultants in Australia.  They are found in Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, and South Australia.

There are also Education and Training solutions consultants who are able to deliver workshops and training to education professionals.  They are able to demonstrate how to integrate Apple products into the curriculum.  There are currently 46 listed Education and Training Consultants.

Accessibility consultants deliver workshops and training to individuals and organisations in the disability space.  They demonstrate how to integrate Apple products and software into home, work, and educational institutions. There are currently 18 accessibility consultants all over Australia.

Apple Australia Contact Numbers

Apple Australia’s corporate address is PO Box A2629 Sydney South NSW 1235.  Apple phone number is 133 622. This number is for sales and product enquiries and order status information.

Here are Apple Australia’s Corporate Contacts:

DepartmentTelephone Number
Apple Enterprise Sales1300 552 024
Apple Government Sales1300 550 691
Apple Media Helpline133 622
Apple Store (Consumer and Education Individuals)1300 551 927
Apple Store (Small Business) 1300 369 095

 

Here are Apple Retail Stores in Australia:

Australia Capital Territory (ACT)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Canberra

Canberra Centre

Canberra ACT 2601

(02) 6224 9500
New South Wales (NSW)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Bondi

213 Oxford Street

Bondi Junction NSW 2022

(02) 9019 2400
Broadway

Broadway Shopping Centre

Broadway NSW 2007

(02) 8035 4000
Castle Towers

Castle Towers Shopping Centre

Castle Hill NSW2154

(02) 8864 0800
Charlestown

Charlestown Square

Charlestown NSW 2290

(02) 8064 6300
Chatswood Chase

Chatswood Chase Shopping Centre

Chatswood NSW 2067

(02) 8064 6300
Hornsby

Westfield Hornsby

Hornsby NSW 2077

(02) 8401 8800
Miranda

Westfield Miranda

Miranda NSW 2228

(02) 8578 1700
Penrith

Westfield Penrith

Penrith NSW 2750

(02) 4702 9400
Sydney

367 George Street

Sydney NSW 2000

(02) 8083 9400
Queensland (QLD)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Brisbane

MacArthur Chambers

Brisbane QLD 4000

(07) 3182 9000
Carindale

Westfield Carindale

Carindale QLD 4152

(07)3199 2200
Chermside

Westfield Chermside

Chermside QLD 4032

(07) 3115 0800
Robina

Robina Town Centre

Robina Town Centre QLD 4230

(07) 5667 0400
South Australia (SA)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Rundle Place

Rudle Place Centre

Adelaide SA 5000

(08) 7088 5300
Victoria (VIC)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Chadstone

Chadstone Shopping Centre

Chadstone VIC 3148

(03) 9038 7500
Doncaster

Westfield Doncaster

Doncaster VIC 3108

(03) 9914 2800
Fountain Gate

Westfield Fountain Gate

Fountain Gate VIC 3805

(03) 8765 4000
Highpoint

Highpoint Shopping Centre

Maribyong VIC 3032

(03) 9975 9700
Western Australia (WA)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Garden City Perth

Garden City

Booragoon WA 6154

(08) 6557 6000
Perth City

790 Hay Street

Perth WA 6000

(08) 6140 3800

 

Contact Apple Australia

The Apple website enable customers to find locations for Apple Authorised resellers based on the customer’s area.  It also lists down Apple Authorised training centres and Apple authorised service providers. There is also a list of Apple Consultants Network, members of a certified group of individuals who have comprehensive and updated knowledge of all Apple products and can provide customers with the best information that they need based on their needs.

 

If you are looking for a specific need, here is a list of Apple Creative Consultants in Australia:

Creative ConsultantAddress/LocationTelephone Number
Crunch IT Melbourne

113 Ferrars Street

Southbank, VIC 3006

+61 1300 305 292
Labspace (Sydney)

Level 34 50 Bridge Street

Sydney NSW 2000

+61 3 884 5603
MakUpYourMind Pty Ltd

29 Flowers Street

Caulfield South VIC 3162

+61 4 3920 2067
MacMD

Corner High Street Rd  and Stephensons

Mount Waverley VIC 3149

+61 4 0412 5158
Labspace

L19 Como Centre Tower 644 Chapel Street

Melbourne VIC 3141

+61 3 8844 5603
Digistor

Level 1 16 Northumberland Street

South Melbourne VIC 3205

+61 3 9645 5000
Computers Now (Crows Nest)

222 Pacific Highway

Crows Nest NSW2060

+61 2 9951 7979
Iain Anderson

The Gap

Brisbane QLD 4061

+61 4 0551 7788
Switched-On Video Editing

122 Eudlo Road

Mooloolah Valley QLD 4553

+64 3 0108 13
Computers Now

352 Ferntree Gully Road

Notting Hill, VIC 3168

+61 3 9508 2600
Presentation StudioLevel 1 Building 210 122 Lang Rd Moore Park NSW 2021+61 2 9383 4222
Computers Now SA

22A Beulah Road

Norwood SA 5067

+61 8 7130 0022
Beyond the Box

1 Puckle St.

Moonee Ponds, VIC 3039

+61 3 9372 8899
Digistor (Artarmon)

5-7 Cleg Street

Artarmon NSW 2064

+61 2 9431 6000

 

Here is a list of some Education and Training Consultants in Australia:

Accessibility ConsultantAddress/LocationTelephone Number
Tech Help Direct

Suite 2B Level 2 91 Upton Street,

Bundall QLD 4217

+61 1300 622 843
Education Advantage

58 Abbotsford Street

West Melbourne VIC 3003

+61 3 9079 1240
DeltaworksPerth WA 6000+61 8 9448 4795
Elearn Pty Ltd

11 Head Street

Strathmore VIC 3041

+61 4 07809970
Vita Enterprise Solutions

77 Hudson Rd

Albion QLD 4010

+61 1300 139 310
InciTe Education

5 Kindee Street

Kingscliff NSW 2487

+61 73842 8888
New Era

Level 2141 Capel Street

North Melbourne VIC 3051

+61 3 8379 2012
Sprialis Consulting

9 Michigan Drive

Highbury SA 5089

+61 4 0222 5048
Blackbird IT

3 Boskenna Avenue

Norwood SA 5067

+61 8 7324 7777
Computer West

50 Bussell Hwy

West Busselton WA6280

+61 4 2715 5176
PRA Solutions

63 Newcastle Street

Peerth WA 6000

+61 8 9225 4677
Your edYOUcation

18 Thornbill Glen

Nambucca Heads NSW2448

+61 4 1811 3539
SolutionOne Pty Ltd

Unit 1/12-13 Trewhitt Court

Dromana VIC 3936

+61 35987 1565
Potential Learning421 Ipswich Rd Annerley QLD 4103+61 7 3848 9438

 

Here is a list of some accessibility consultants in Australia:

Accessibility ConsultantAddress/LocationTelephone Number
Education Advantage

58 Abbotsford Street

West Melbourne VIC 3003

+61 3 9079 1240
Your edYOUcation

18 Thornbill Glen

Nambucca Heads, NSW 2448

+61 4 1811 3539
Royal Society for the Blind- SA

254 Angas Street

Adelaide SA 5000

+61 8 8417 5555
ATappsPetrie, QLD 4502+61 4 1581 2828
Royal Society for the Blind (RSB)

Griffin Centre 20 George Street

Canberra ACT 2601

+61 2 6247 4580

 

Apple Australia Phone Number and Customer Service Contact Details

apple logo

Apple Australia Overview

Apple is a brand that everyone is very familiar with.  It revolutionised technology and made it very personal when it launched the revolutionary Macintosh in 1984.  A list of other innovative products such as the iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch and Apple TV has made Apple a household name and a premium choice for technological products worldwide.  

Apple currently has four software platforms: iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS. These four platforms give all Apple users a seamless experience across all Apple devices.  Aside from the use of breakthrough devices, Apple also introduced market-leading services that are still incomparable in the market.  These services are the App Store, Apple Music, Apple Pay and iCloud.

The newest product launch in Apple Australia is the new iPad Pro.  It has the most advanced display to date, which is the powerful A10X Fusion chip, which provides fast performance and complex tasks like editing photos and 4K video, rendering 3D images or playing games. This also comes in a new 10.5 inch model. It also introduced a new 12.9-inch iPad Pro.  Aside from the advanced A10X fusion chip, it also features ProMotion technology, which automatically adjusts the movement of the content.

In Australia, Apple currently has 21 retail stores and numerous resellers. In 2005, Apple launched the very first iTunes Music Store in Australia. The very first retail store in Australia opened on George Street, Sydney in June 2008.  

 

Apple Australia Customer Service

appleApple Australia customer service is exemplary, to be expected of any Apple retailer worldwide.

All customers who buy the latest iPad Pro have special benefits.  These benefits include free delivery, if order is made before 2:00 PM AEST and provided that the model is in stock.  The product will be delivered the next business day guaranteed.  Customers who buy online can pick up available items within an hour or collect the product at a designated pick-up point.

If the customer needs to return something, they can send it back for free or drop the item off at any Apple store. Customers can also easily track their orders and be notified if it’s ready for in-store pickup.

Not many people are aware that the company also has an Apple Consultants Network, hundreds of independent companies that are certified by Apple to offer a range of solutions and professional services to customers who have purchased Apple products. There are various ways to choose an Apple consultant.  Customer can choose macOS deployment experts.  These are Mac, server and networking people who can configure and support the OS X server, along with integration and set-up of networks in a home or business setting. Mobility deployment comprises of companies who are able to configure, deploy and support multiple iOS devices through the use of tools such as Mobile Device Management, Profile Manager, and Apple Configurator.  For a range of mobile solutions, consulting solutions and cloud integration for iPhone, iPad, and iOS, customers can find a mobility solutions consultant in your area.  

There are also creative consultants who are able to lead users in using creative software such as iBooks Author, Logic Pro and Final Cut Pro. There are currently 14 Apple creative consultants in Australia.  They are found in Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, and South Australia.

There are also Education and Training solutions consultants who are able to deliver workshops and training to education professionals.  They are able to demonstrate how to integrate Apple products into the curriculum.  There are currently 46 listed Education and Training Consultants.

Accessibility consultants deliver workshops and training to individuals and organisations in the disability space.  They demonstrate how to integrate Apple products and software into home, work, and educational institutions. There are currently 18 accessibility consultants all over Australia.

Apple Australia Contact Numbers

Apple Australia’s corporate address is PO Box A2629 Sydney South NSW 1235.  Apple phone number is 133 622. This number is for sales and product enquiries and order status information.

Here are Apple Australia’s Corporate Contacts:

DepartmentTelephone Number
Apple Enterprise Sales1300 552 024
Apple Government Sales1300 550 691
Apple Media Helpline133 622
Apple Store (Consumer and Education Individuals)1300 551 927
Apple Store (Small Business) 1300 369 095

 

Here are Apple Retail Stores in Australia:

Australia Capital Territory (ACT)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Canberra

Canberra Centre

Canberra ACT 2601

(02) 6224 9500
New South Wales (NSW)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Bondi

213 Oxford Street

Bondi Junction NSW 2022

(02) 9019 2400
Broadway

Broadway Shopping Centre

Broadway NSW 2007

(02) 8035 4000
Castle Towers

Castle Towers Shopping Centre

Castle Hill NSW2154

(02) 8864 0800
Charlestown

Charlestown Square

Charlestown NSW 2290

(02) 8064 6300
Chatswood Chase

Chatswood Chase Shopping Centre

Chatswood NSW 2067

(02) 8064 6300
Hornsby

Westfield Hornsby

Hornsby NSW 2077

(02) 8401 8800
Miranda

Westfield Miranda

Miranda NSW 2228

(02) 8578 1700
Penrith

Westfield Penrith

Penrith NSW 2750

(02) 4702 9400
Sydney

367 George Street

Sydney NSW 2000

(02) 8083 9400
Queensland (QLD)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Brisbane

MacArthur Chambers

Brisbane QLD 4000

(07) 3182 9000
Carindale

Westfield Carindale

Carindale QLD 4152

(07)3199 2200
Chermside

Westfield Chermside

Chermside QLD 4032

(07) 3115 0800
Robina

Robina Town Centre

Robina Town Centre QLD 4230

(07) 5667 0400
South Australia (SA)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Rundle Place

Rudle Place Centre

Adelaide SA 5000

(08) 7088 5300
Victoria (VIC)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Chadstone

Chadstone Shopping Centre

Chadstone VIC 3148

(03) 9038 7500
Doncaster

Westfield Doncaster

Doncaster VIC 3108

(03) 9914 2800
Fountain Gate

Westfield Fountain Gate

Fountain Gate VIC 3805

(03) 8765 4000
Highpoint

Highpoint Shopping Centre

Maribyong VIC 3032

(03) 9975 9700
Western Australia (WA)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Garden City Perth

Garden City

Booragoon WA 6154

(08) 6557 6000
Perth City

790 Hay Street

Perth WA 6000

(08) 6140 3800

 

Contact Apple Australia

The Apple website enable customers to find locations for Apple Authorised resellers based on the customer’s area.  It also lists down Apple Authorised training centres and Apple authorised service providers. There is also a list of Apple Consultants Network, members of a certified group of individuals who have comprehensive and updated knowledge of all Apple products and can provide customers with the best information that they need based on their needs.

 

If you are looking for a specific need, here is a list of Apple Creative Consultants in Australia:

Creative ConsultantAddress/LocationTelephone Number
Crunch IT Melbourne

113 Ferrars Street

Southbank, VIC 3006

+61 1300 305 292
Labspace (Sydney)

Level 34 50 Bridge Street

Sydney NSW 2000

+61 3 884 5603
MakUpYourMind Pty Ltd

29 Flowers Street

Caulfield South VIC 3162

+61 4 3920 2067
MacMD

Corner High Street Rd  and Stephensons

Mount Waverley VIC 3149

+61 4 0412 5158
Labspace

L19 Como Centre Tower 644 Chapel Street

Melbourne VIC 3141

+61 3 8844 5603
Digistor

Level 1 16 Northumberland Street

South Melbourne VIC 3205

+61 3 9645 5000
Computers Now (Crows Nest)

222 Pacific Highway

Crows Nest NSW2060

+61 2 9951 7979
Iain Anderson

The Gap

Brisbane QLD 4061

+61 4 0551 7788
Switched-On Video Editing

122 Eudlo Road

Mooloolah Valley QLD 4553

+64 3 0108 13
Computers Now

352 Ferntree Gully Road

Notting Hill, VIC 3168

+61 3 9508 2600
Presentation StudioLevel 1 Building 210 122 Lang Rd Moore Park NSW 2021+61 2 9383 4222
Computers Now SA

22A Beulah Road

Norwood SA 5067

+61 8 7130 0022
Beyond the Box

1 Puckle St.

Moonee Ponds, VIC 3039

+61 3 9372 8899
Digistor (Artarmon)

5-7 Cleg Street

Artarmon NSW 2064

+61 2 9431 6000

 

Here is a list of some Education and Training Consultants in Australia:

Accessibility ConsultantAddress/LocationTelephone Number
Tech Help Direct

Suite 2B Level 2 91 Upton Street,

Bundall QLD 4217

+61 1300 622 843
Education Advantage

58 Abbotsford Street

West Melbourne VIC 3003

+61 3 9079 1240
DeltaworksPerth WA 6000+61 8 9448 4795
Elearn Pty Ltd

11 Head Street

Strathmore VIC 3041

+61 4 07809970
Vita Enterprise Solutions

77 Hudson Rd

Albion QLD 4010

+61 1300 139 310
InciTe Education

5 Kindee Street

Kingscliff NSW 2487

+61 73842 8888
New Era

Level 2141 Capel Street

North Melbourne VIC 3051

+61 3 8379 2012
Sprialis Consulting

9 Michigan Drive

Highbury SA 5089

+61 4 0222 5048
Blackbird IT

3 Boskenna Avenue

Norwood SA 5067

+61 8 7324 7777
Computer West

50 Bussell Hwy

West Busselton WA6280

+61 4 2715 5176
PRA Solutions

63 Newcastle Street

Peerth WA 6000

+61 8 9225 4677
Your edYOUcation

18 Thornbill Glen

Nambucca Heads NSW2448

+61 4 1811 3539
SolutionOne Pty Ltd

Unit 1/12-13 Trewhitt Court

Dromana VIC 3936

+61 35987 1565
Potential Learning421 Ipswich Rd Annerley QLD 4103+61 7 3848 9438

 

Here is a list of some accessibility consultants in Australia:

Accessibility ConsultantAddress/LocationTelephone Number
Education Advantage

58 Abbotsford Street

West Melbourne VIC 3003

+61 3 9079 1240
Your edYOUcation

18 Thornbill Glen

Nambucca Heads, NSW 2448

+61 4 1811 3539
Royal Society for the Blind- SA

254 Angas Street

Adelaide SA 5000

+61 8 8417 5555
ATappsPetrie, QLD 4502+61 4 1581 2828
Royal Society for the Blind (RSB)

Griffin Centre 20 George Street

Canberra ACT 2601

+61 2 6247 4580

 

Apple Australia Phone Number and Customer Service Contact Details

apple logo

Apple Australia Overview

Apple is a brand that everyone is very familiar with.  It revolutionised technology and made it very personal when it launched the revolutionary Macintosh in 1984.  A list of other innovative products such as the iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch and Apple TV has made Apple a household name and a premium choice for technological products worldwide.  

Apple currently has four software platforms: iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS. These four platforms give all Apple users a seamless experience across all Apple devices.  Aside from the use of breakthrough devices, Apple also introduced market-leading services that are still incomparable in the market.  These services are the App Store, Apple Music, Apple Pay and iCloud.

The newest product launch in Apple Australia is the new iPad Pro.  It has the most advanced display to date, which is the powerful A10X Fusion chip, which provides fast performance and complex tasks like editing photos and 4K video, rendering 3D images or playing games. This also comes in a new 10.5 inch model. It also introduced a new 12.9-inch iPad Pro.  Aside from the advanced A10X fusion chip, it also features ProMotion technology, which automatically adjusts the movement of the content.

In Australia, Apple currently has 21 retail stores and numerous resellers. In 2005, Apple launched the very first iTunes Music Store in Australia. The very first retail store in Australia opened on George Street, Sydney in June 2008.  

 

Apple Australia Customer Service

appleApple Australia customer service is exemplary, to be expected of any Apple retailer worldwide.

All customers who buy the latest iPad Pro have special benefits.  These benefits include free delivery, if order is made before 2:00 PM AEST and provided that the model is in stock.  The product will be delivered the next business day guaranteed.  Customers who buy online can pick up available items within an hour or collect the product at a designated pick-up point.

If the customer needs to return something, they can send it back for free or drop the item off at any Apple store. Customers can also easily track their orders and be notified if it’s ready for in-store pickup.

Not many people are aware that the company also has an Apple Consultants Network, hundreds of independent companies that are certified by Apple to offer a range of solutions and professional services to customers who have purchased Apple products. There are various ways to choose an Apple consultant.  Customer can choose macOS deployment experts.  These are Mac, server and networking people who can configure and support the OS X server, along with integration and set-up of networks in a home or business setting. Mobility deployment comprises of companies who are able to configure, deploy and support multiple iOS devices through the use of tools such as Mobile Device Management, Profile Manager, and Apple Configurator.  For a range of mobile solutions, consulting solutions and cloud integration for iPhone, iPad, and iOS, customers can find a mobility solutions consultant in your area.  

There are also creative consultants who are able to lead users in using creative software such as iBooks Author, Logic Pro and Final Cut Pro. There are currently 14 Apple creative consultants in Australia.  They are found in Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, and South Australia.

There are also Education and Training solutions consultants who are able to deliver workshops and training to education professionals.  They are able to demonstrate how to integrate Apple products into the curriculum.  There are currently 46 listed Education and Training Consultants.

Accessibility consultants deliver workshops and training to individuals and organisations in the disability space.  They demonstrate how to integrate Apple products and software into home, work, and educational institutions. There are currently 18 accessibility consultants all over Australia.

Apple Australia Contact Numbers

Apple Australia’s corporate address is PO Box A2629 Sydney South NSW 1235.  Apple phone number is 133 622. This number is for sales and product enquiries and order status information.

Here are Apple Australia’s Corporate Contacts:

DepartmentTelephone Number
Apple Enterprise Sales1300 552 024
Apple Government Sales1300 550 691
Apple Media Helpline133 622
Apple Store (Consumer and Education Individuals)1300 551 927
Apple Store (Small Business) 1300 369 095

 

Here are Apple Retail Stores in Australia:

Australia Capital Territory (ACT)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Canberra

Canberra Centre

Canberra ACT 2601

(02) 6224 9500
New South Wales (NSW)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Bondi

213 Oxford Street

Bondi Junction NSW 2022

(02) 9019 2400
Broadway

Broadway Shopping Centre

Broadway NSW 2007

(02) 8035 4000
Castle Towers

Castle Towers Shopping Centre

Castle Hill NSW2154

(02) 8864 0800
Charlestown

Charlestown Square

Charlestown NSW 2290

(02) 8064 6300
Chatswood Chase

Chatswood Chase Shopping Centre

Chatswood NSW 2067

(02) 8064 6300
Hornsby

Westfield Hornsby

Hornsby NSW 2077

(02) 8401 8800
Miranda

Westfield Miranda

Miranda NSW 2228

(02) 8578 1700
Penrith

Westfield Penrith

Penrith NSW 2750

(02) 4702 9400
Sydney

367 George Street

Sydney NSW 2000

(02) 8083 9400
Queensland (QLD)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Brisbane

MacArthur Chambers

Brisbane QLD 4000

(07) 3182 9000
Carindale

Westfield Carindale

Carindale QLD 4152

(07)3199 2200
Chermside

Westfield Chermside

Chermside QLD 4032

(07) 3115 0800
Robina

Robina Town Centre

Robina Town Centre QLD 4230

(07) 5667 0400
South Australia (SA)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Rundle Place

Rudle Place Centre

Adelaide SA 5000

(08) 7088 5300
Victoria (VIC)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Chadstone

Chadstone Shopping Centre

Chadstone VIC 3148

(03) 9038 7500
Doncaster

Westfield Doncaster

Doncaster VIC 3108

(03) 9914 2800
Fountain Gate

Westfield Fountain Gate

Fountain Gate VIC 3805

(03) 8765 4000
Highpoint

Highpoint Shopping Centre

Maribyong VIC 3032

(03) 9975 9700
Western Australia (WA)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Garden City Perth

Garden City

Booragoon WA 6154

(08) 6557 6000
Perth City

790 Hay Street

Perth WA 6000

(08) 6140 3800

 

Contact Apple Australia

The Apple website enable customers to find locations for Apple Authorised resellers based on the customer’s area.  It also lists down Apple Authorised training centres and Apple authorised service providers. There is also a list of Apple Consultants Network, members of a certified group of individuals who have comprehensive and updated knowledge of all Apple products and can provide customers with the best information that they need based on their needs.

 

If you are looking for a specific need, here is a list of Apple Creative Consultants in Australia:

Creative ConsultantAddress/LocationTelephone Number
Crunch IT Melbourne

113 Ferrars Street

Southbank, VIC 3006

+61 1300 305 292
Labspace (Sydney)

Level 34 50 Bridge Street

Sydney NSW 2000

+61 3 884 5603
MakUpYourMind Pty Ltd

29 Flowers Street

Caulfield South VIC 3162

+61 4 3920 2067
MacMD

Corner High Street Rd  and Stephensons

Mount Waverley VIC 3149

+61 4 0412 5158
Labspace

L19 Como Centre Tower 644 Chapel Street

Melbourne VIC 3141

+61 3 8844 5603
Digistor

Level 1 16 Northumberland Street

South Melbourne VIC 3205

+61 3 9645 5000
Computers Now (Crows Nest)

222 Pacific Highway

Crows Nest NSW2060

+61 2 9951 7979
Iain Anderson

The Gap

Brisbane QLD 4061

+61 4 0551 7788
Switched-On Video Editing

122 Eudlo Road

Mooloolah Valley QLD 4553

+64 3 0108 13
Computers Now

352 Ferntree Gully Road

Notting Hill, VIC 3168

+61 3 9508 2600
Presentation StudioLevel 1 Building 210 122 Lang Rd Moore Park NSW 2021+61 2 9383 4222
Computers Now SA

22A Beulah Road

Norwood SA 5067

+61 8 7130 0022
Beyond the Box

1 Puckle St.

Moonee Ponds, VIC 3039

+61 3 9372 8899
Digistor (Artarmon)

5-7 Cleg Street

Artarmon NSW 2064

+61 2 9431 6000

 

Here is a list of some Education and Training Consultants in Australia:

Accessibility ConsultantAddress/LocationTelephone Number
Tech Help Direct

Suite 2B Level 2 91 Upton Street,

Bundall QLD 4217

+61 1300 622 843
Education Advantage

58 Abbotsford Street

West Melbourne VIC 3003

+61 3 9079 1240
DeltaworksPerth WA 6000+61 8 9448 4795
Elearn Pty Ltd

11 Head Street

Strathmore VIC 3041

+61 4 07809970
Vita Enterprise Solutions

77 Hudson Rd

Albion QLD 4010

+61 1300 139 310
InciTe Education

5 Kindee Street

Kingscliff NSW 2487

+61 73842 8888
New Era

Level 2141 Capel Street

North Melbourne VIC 3051

+61 3 8379 2012
Sprialis Consulting

9 Michigan Drive

Highbury SA 5089

+61 4 0222 5048
Blackbird IT

3 Boskenna Avenue

Norwood SA 5067

+61 8 7324 7777
Computer West

50 Bussell Hwy

West Busselton WA6280

+61 4 2715 5176
PRA Solutions

63 Newcastle Street

Peerth WA 6000

+61 8 9225 4677
Your edYOUcation

18 Thornbill Glen

Nambucca Heads NSW2448

+61 4 1811 3539
SolutionOne Pty Ltd

Unit 1/12-13 Trewhitt Court

Dromana VIC 3936

+61 35987 1565
Potential Learning421 Ipswich Rd Annerley QLD 4103+61 7 3848 9438

 

Here is a list of some accessibility consultants in Australia:

Accessibility ConsultantAddress/LocationTelephone Number
Education Advantage

58 Abbotsford Street

West Melbourne VIC 3003

+61 3 9079 1240
Your edYOUcation

18 Thornbill Glen

Nambucca Heads, NSW 2448

+61 4 1811 3539
Royal Society for the Blind- SA

254 Angas Street

Adelaide SA 5000

+61 8 8417 5555
ATappsPetrie, QLD 4502+61 4 1581 2828
Royal Society for the Blind (RSB)

Griffin Centre 20 George Street

Canberra ACT 2601

+61 2 6247 4580

 

Apple Australia Phone Number and Customer Service Contact Details

apple logo

Apple Australia Overview

Apple is a brand that everyone is very familiar with.  It revolutionised technology and made it very personal when it launched the revolutionary Macintosh in 1984.  A list of other innovative products such as the iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch and Apple TV has made Apple a household name and a premium choice for technological products worldwide.  

Apple currently has four software platforms: iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS. These four platforms give all Apple users a seamless experience across all Apple devices.  Aside from the use of breakthrough devices, Apple also introduced market-leading services that are still incomparable in the market.  These services are the App Store, Apple Music, Apple Pay and iCloud.

The newest product launch in Apple Australia is the new iPad Pro.  It has the most advanced display to date, which is the powerful A10X Fusion chip, which provides fast performance and complex tasks like editing photos and 4K video, rendering 3D images or playing games. This also comes in a new 10.5 inch model. It also introduced a new 12.9-inch iPad Pro.  Aside from the advanced A10X fusion chip, it also features ProMotion technology, which automatically adjusts the movement of the content.

In Australia, Apple currently has 21 retail stores and numerous resellers. In 2005, Apple launched the very first iTunes Music Store in Australia. The very first retail store in Australia opened on George Street, Sydney in June 2008.  

 

Apple Australia Customer Service

appleApple Australia customer service is exemplary, to be expected of any Apple retailer worldwide.

All customers who buy the latest iPad Pro have special benefits.  These benefits include free delivery, if order is made before 2:00 PM AEST and provided that the model is in stock.  The product will be delivered the next business day guaranteed.  Customers who buy online can pick up available items within an hour or collect the product at a designated pick-up point.

If the customer needs to return something, they can send it back for free or drop the item off at any Apple store. Customers can also easily track their orders and be notified if it’s ready for in-store pickup.

Not many people are aware that the company also has an Apple Consultants Network, hundreds of independent companies that are certified by Apple to offer a range of solutions and professional services to customers who have purchased Apple products. There are various ways to choose an Apple consultant.  Customer can choose macOS deployment experts.  These are Mac, server and networking people who can configure and support the OS X server, along with integration and set-up of networks in a home or business setting. Mobility deployment comprises of companies who are able to configure, deploy and support multiple iOS devices through the use of tools such as Mobile Device Management, Profile Manager, and Apple Configurator.  For a range of mobile solutions, consulting solutions and cloud integration for iPhone, iPad, and iOS, customers can find a mobility solutions consultant in your area.  

There are also creative consultants who are able to lead users in using creative software such as iBooks Author, Logic Pro and Final Cut Pro. There are currently 14 Apple creative consultants in Australia.  They are found in Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, and South Australia.

There are also Education and Training solutions consultants who are able to deliver workshops and training to education professionals.  They are able to demonstrate how to integrate Apple products into the curriculum.  There are currently 46 listed Education and Training Consultants.

Accessibility consultants deliver workshops and training to individuals and organisations in the disability space.  They demonstrate how to integrate Apple products and software into home, work, and educational institutions. There are currently 18 accessibility consultants all over Australia.

Apple Australia Contact Numbers

Apple Australia’s corporate address is PO Box A2629 Sydney South NSW 1235.  Apple phone number is 133 622. This number is for sales and product enquiries and order status information.

Here are Apple Australia’s Corporate Contacts:

DepartmentTelephone Number
Apple Enterprise Sales1300 552 024
Apple Government Sales1300 550 691
Apple Media Helpline133 622
Apple Store (Consumer and Education Individuals)1300 551 927
Apple Store (Small Business) 1300 369 095

 

Here are Apple Retail Stores in Australia:

Australia Capital Territory (ACT)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Canberra

Canberra Centre

Canberra ACT 2601

(02) 6224 9500
New South Wales (NSW)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Bondi

213 Oxford Street

Bondi Junction NSW 2022

(02) 9019 2400
Broadway

Broadway Shopping Centre

Broadway NSW 2007

(02) 8035 4000
Castle Towers

Castle Towers Shopping Centre

Castle Hill NSW2154

(02) 8864 0800
Charlestown

Charlestown Square

Charlestown NSW 2290

(02) 8064 6300
Chatswood Chase

Chatswood Chase Shopping Centre

Chatswood NSW 2067

(02) 8064 6300
Hornsby

Westfield Hornsby

Hornsby NSW 2077

(02) 8401 8800
Miranda

Westfield Miranda

Miranda NSW 2228

(02) 8578 1700
Penrith

Westfield Penrith

Penrith NSW 2750

(02) 4702 9400
Sydney

367 George Street

Sydney NSW 2000

(02) 8083 9400
Queensland (QLD)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Brisbane

MacArthur Chambers

Brisbane QLD 4000

(07) 3182 9000
Carindale

Westfield Carindale

Carindale QLD 4152

(07)3199 2200
Chermside

Westfield Chermside

Chermside QLD 4032

(07) 3115 0800
Robina

Robina Town Centre

Robina Town Centre QLD 4230

(07) 5667 0400
South Australia (SA)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Rundle Place

Rudle Place Centre

Adelaide SA 5000

(08) 7088 5300
Victoria (VIC)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Chadstone

Chadstone Shopping Centre

Chadstone VIC 3148

(03) 9038 7500
Doncaster

Westfield Doncaster

Doncaster VIC 3108

(03) 9914 2800
Fountain Gate

Westfield Fountain Gate

Fountain Gate VIC 3805

(03) 8765 4000
Highpoint

Highpoint Shopping Centre

Maribyong VIC 3032

(03) 9975 9700
Western Australia (WA)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Garden City Perth

Garden City

Booragoon WA 6154

(08) 6557 6000
Perth City

790 Hay Street

Perth WA 6000

(08) 6140 3800

 

Contact Apple Australia

The Apple website enable customers to find locations for Apple Authorised resellers based on the customer’s area.  It also lists down Apple Authorised training centres and Apple authorised service providers. There is also a list of Apple Consultants Network, members of a certified group of individuals who have comprehensive and updated knowledge of all Apple products and can provide customers with the best information that they need based on their needs.

 

If you are looking for a specific need, here is a list of Apple Creative Consultants in Australia:

Creative ConsultantAddress/LocationTelephone Number
Crunch IT Melbourne

113 Ferrars Street

Southbank, VIC 3006

+61 1300 305 292
Labspace (Sydney)

Level 34 50 Bridge Street

Sydney NSW 2000

+61 3 884 5603
MakUpYourMind Pty Ltd

29 Flowers Street

Caulfield South VIC 3162

+61 4 3920 2067
MacMD

Corner High Street Rd  and Stephensons

Mount Waverley VIC 3149

+61 4 0412 5158
Labspace

L19 Como Centre Tower 644 Chapel Street

Melbourne VIC 3141

+61 3 8844 5603
Digistor

Level 1 16 Northumberland Street

South Melbourne VIC 3205

+61 3 9645 5000
Computers Now (Crows Nest)

222 Pacific Highway

Crows Nest NSW2060

+61 2 9951 7979
Iain Anderson

The Gap

Brisbane QLD 4061

+61 4 0551 7788
Switched-On Video Editing

122 Eudlo Road

Mooloolah Valley QLD 4553

+64 3 0108 13
Computers Now

352 Ferntree Gully Road

Notting Hill, VIC 3168

+61 3 9508 2600
Presentation StudioLevel 1 Building 210 122 Lang Rd Moore Park NSW 2021+61 2 9383 4222
Computers Now SA

22A Beulah Road

Norwood SA 5067

+61 8 7130 0022
Beyond the Box

1 Puckle St.

Moonee Ponds, VIC 3039

+61 3 9372 8899
Digistor (Artarmon)

5-7 Cleg Street

Artarmon NSW 2064

+61 2 9431 6000

 

Here is a list of some Education and Training Consultants in Australia:

Accessibility ConsultantAddress/LocationTelephone Number
Tech Help Direct

Suite 2B Level 2 91 Upton Street,

Bundall QLD 4217

+61 1300 622 843
Education Advantage

58 Abbotsford Street

West Melbourne VIC 3003

+61 3 9079 1240
DeltaworksPerth WA 6000+61 8 9448 4795
Elearn Pty Ltd

11 Head Street

Strathmore VIC 3041

+61 4 07809970
Vita Enterprise Solutions

77 Hudson Rd

Albion QLD 4010

+61 1300 139 310
InciTe Education

5 Kindee Street

Kingscliff NSW 2487

+61 73842 8888
New Era

Level 2141 Capel Street

North Melbourne VIC 3051

+61 3 8379 2012
Sprialis Consulting

9 Michigan Drive

Highbury SA 5089

+61 4 0222 5048
Blackbird IT

3 Boskenna Avenue

Norwood SA 5067

+61 8 7324 7777
Computer West

50 Bussell Hwy

West Busselton WA6280

+61 4 2715 5176
PRA Solutions

63 Newcastle Street

Peerth WA 6000

+61 8 9225 4677
Your edYOUcation

18 Thornbill Glen

Nambucca Heads NSW2448

+61 4 1811 3539
SolutionOne Pty Ltd

Unit 1/12-13 Trewhitt Court

Dromana VIC 3936

+61 35987 1565
Potential Learning421 Ipswich Rd Annerley QLD 4103+61 7 3848 9438

 

Here is a list of some accessibility consultants in Australia:

Accessibility ConsultantAddress/LocationTelephone Number
Education Advantage

58 Abbotsford Street

West Melbourne VIC 3003

+61 3 9079 1240
Your edYOUcation

18 Thornbill Glen

Nambucca Heads, NSW 2448

+61 4 1811 3539
Royal Society for the Blind- SA

254 Angas Street

Adelaide SA 5000

+61 8 8417 5555
ATappsPetrie, QLD 4502+61 4 1581 2828
Royal Society for the Blind (RSB)

Griffin Centre 20 George Street

Canberra ACT 2601

+61 2 6247 4580

 

Apple Australia Phone Number and Customer Service Contact Details

apple logo

Apple Australia Overview

Apple is a brand that everyone is very familiar with.  It revolutionised technology and made it very personal when it launched the revolutionary Macintosh in 1984.  A list of other innovative products such as the iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch and Apple TV has made Apple a household name and a premium choice for technological products worldwide.  

Apple currently has four software platforms: iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS. These four platforms give all Apple users a seamless experience across all Apple devices.  Aside from the use of breakthrough devices, Apple also introduced market-leading services that are still incomparable in the market.  These services are the App Store, Apple Music, Apple Pay and iCloud.

The newest product launch in Apple Australia is the new iPad Pro.  It has the most advanced display to date, which is the powerful A10X Fusion chip, which provides fast performance and complex tasks like editing photos and 4K video, rendering 3D images or playing games. This also comes in a new 10.5 inch model. It also introduced a new 12.9-inch iPad Pro.  Aside from the advanced A10X fusion chip, it also features ProMotion technology, which automatically adjusts the movement of the content.

In Australia, Apple currently has 21 retail stores and numerous resellers. In 2005, Apple launched the very first iTunes Music Store in Australia. The very first retail store in Australia opened on George Street, Sydney in June 2008.  

 

Apple Australia Customer Service

appleApple Australia customer service is exemplary, to be expected of any Apple retailer worldwide.

All customers who buy the latest iPad Pro have special benefits.  These benefits include free delivery, if order is made before 2:00 PM AEST and provided that the model is in stock.  The product will be delivered the next business day guaranteed.  Customers who buy online can pick up available items within an hour or collect the product at a designated pick-up point.

If the customer needs to return something, they can send it back for free or drop the item off at any Apple store. Customers can also easily track their orders and be notified if it’s ready for in-store pickup.

Not many people are aware that the company also has an Apple Consultants Network, hundreds of independent companies that are certified by Apple to offer a range of solutions and professional services to customers who have purchased Apple products. There are various ways to choose an Apple consultant.  Customer can choose macOS deployment experts.  These are Mac, server and networking people who can configure and support the OS X server, along with integration and set-up of networks in a home or business setting. Mobility deployment comprises of companies who are able to configure, deploy and support multiple iOS devices through the use of tools such as Mobile Device Management, Profile Manager, and Apple Configurator.  For a range of mobile solutions, consulting solutions and cloud integration for iPhone, iPad, and iOS, customers can find a mobility solutions consultant in your area.  

There are also creative consultants who are able to lead users in using creative software such as iBooks Author, Logic Pro and Final Cut Pro. There are currently 14 Apple creative consultants in Australia.  They are found in Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, and South Australia.

There are also Education and Training solutions consultants who are able to deliver workshops and training to education professionals.  They are able to demonstrate how to integrate Apple products into the curriculum.  There are currently 46 listed Education and Training Consultants.

Accessibility consultants deliver workshops and training to individuals and organisations in the disability space.  They demonstrate how to integrate Apple products and software into home, work, and educational institutions. There are currently 18 accessibility consultants all over Australia.

Apple Australia Contact Numbers

Apple Australia’s corporate address is PO Box A2629 Sydney South NSW 1235.  Apple phone number is 133 622. This number is for sales and product enquiries and order status information.

Here are Apple Australia’s Corporate Contacts:

DepartmentTelephone Number
Apple Enterprise Sales1300 552 024
Apple Government Sales1300 550 691
Apple Media Helpline133 622
Apple Store (Consumer and Education Individuals)1300 551 927
Apple Store (Small Business) 1300 369 095

 

Here are Apple Retail Stores in Australia:

Australia Capital Territory (ACT)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Canberra

Canberra Centre

Canberra ACT 2601

(02) 6224 9500
New South Wales (NSW)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Bondi

213 Oxford Street

Bondi Junction NSW 2022

(02) 9019 2400
Broadway

Broadway Shopping Centre

Broadway NSW 2007

(02) 8035 4000
Castle Towers

Castle Towers Shopping Centre

Castle Hill NSW2154

(02) 8864 0800
Charlestown

Charlestown Square

Charlestown NSW 2290

(02) 8064 6300
Chatswood Chase

Chatswood Chase Shopping Centre

Chatswood NSW 2067

(02) 8064 6300
Hornsby

Westfield Hornsby

Hornsby NSW 2077

(02) 8401 8800
Miranda

Westfield Miranda

Miranda NSW 2228

(02) 8578 1700
Penrith

Westfield Penrith

Penrith NSW 2750

(02) 4702 9400
Sydney

367 George Street

Sydney NSW 2000

(02) 8083 9400
Queensland (QLD)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Brisbane

MacArthur Chambers

Brisbane QLD 4000

(07) 3182 9000
Carindale

Westfield Carindale

Carindale QLD 4152

(07)3199 2200
Chermside

Westfield Chermside

Chermside QLD 4032

(07) 3115 0800
Robina

Robina Town Centre

Robina Town Centre QLD 4230

(07) 5667 0400
South Australia (SA)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Rundle Place

Rudle Place Centre

Adelaide SA 5000

(08) 7088 5300
Victoria (VIC)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Chadstone

Chadstone Shopping Centre

Chadstone VIC 3148

(03) 9038 7500
Doncaster

Westfield Doncaster

Doncaster VIC 3108

(03) 9914 2800
Fountain Gate

Westfield Fountain Gate

Fountain Gate VIC 3805

(03) 8765 4000
Highpoint

Highpoint Shopping Centre

Maribyong VIC 3032

(03) 9975 9700
Western Australia (WA)
City/LocationAddressPhone Number
Garden City Perth

Garden City

Booragoon WA 6154

(08) 6557 6000
Perth City

790 Hay Street

Perth WA 6000

(08) 6140 3800

 

Contact Apple Australia

The Apple website enable customers to find locations for Apple Authorised resellers based on the customer’s area.  It also lists down Apple Authorised training centres and Apple authorised service providers. There is also a list of Apple Consultants Network, members of a certified group of individuals who have comprehensive and updated knowledge of all Apple products and can provide customers with the best information that they need based on their needs.

 

If you are looking for a specific need, here is a list of Apple Creative Consultants in Australia:

Creative ConsultantAddress/LocationTelephone Number
Crunch IT Melbourne

113 Ferrars Street

Southbank, VIC 3006

+61 1300 305 292
Labspace (Sydney)

Level 34 50 Bridge Street

Sydney NSW 2000

+61 3 884 5603
MakUpYourMind Pty Ltd

29 Flowers Street

Caulfield South VIC 3162

+61 4 3920 2067
MacMD

Corner High Street Rd  and Stephensons

Mount Waverley VIC 3149

+61 4 0412 5158
Labspace

L19 Como Centre Tower 644 Chapel Street

Melbourne VIC 3141

+61 3 8844 5603
Digistor

Level 1 16 Northumberland Street

South Melbourne VIC 3205

+61 3 9645 5000
Computers Now (Crows Nest)

222 Pacific Highway

Crows Nest NSW2060

+61 2 9951 7979
Iain Anderson

The Gap

Brisbane QLD 4061

+61 4 0551 7788
Switched-On Video Editing

122 Eudlo Road

Mooloolah Valley QLD 4553

+64 3 0108 13
Computers Now

352 Ferntree Gully Road

Notting Hill, VIC 3168

+61 3 9508 2600
Presentation StudioLevel 1 Building 210 122 Lang Rd Moore Park NSW 2021+61 2 9383 4222
Computers Now SA

22A Beulah Road

Norwood SA 5067

+61 8 7130 0022
Beyond the Box

1 Puckle St.

Moonee Ponds, VIC 3039

+61 3 9372 8899
Digistor (Artarmon)

5-7 Cleg Street

Artarmon NSW 2064

+61 2 9431 6000

 

Here is a list of some Education and Training Consultants in Australia:

Accessibility ConsultantAddress/LocationTelephone Number
Tech Help Direct

Suite 2B Level 2 91 Upton Street,

Bundall QLD 4217

+61 1300 622 843
Education Advantage

58 Abbotsford Street

West Melbourne VIC 3003

+61 3 9079 1240
DeltaworksPerth WA 6000+61 8 9448 4795
Elearn Pty Ltd

11 Head Street

Strathmore VIC 3041

+61 4 07809970
Vita Enterprise Solutions

77 Hudson Rd

Albion QLD 4010

+61 1300 139 310
InciTe Education

5 Kindee Street

Kingscliff NSW 2487

+61 73842 8888
New Era

Level 2141 Capel Street

North Melbourne VIC 3051

+61 3 8379 2012
Sprialis Consulting

9 Michigan Drive

Highbury SA 5089

+61 4 0222 5048
Blackbird IT

3 Boskenna Avenue

Norwood SA 5067

+61 8 7324 7777
Computer West

50 Bussell Hwy

West Busselton WA6280

+61 4 2715 5176
PRA Solutions

63 Newcastle Street

Peerth WA 6000

+61 8 9225 4677
Your edYOUcation

18 Thornbill Glen

Nambucca Heads NSW2448

+61 4 1811 3539
SolutionOne Pty Ltd

Unit 1/12-13 Trewhitt Court

Dromana VIC 3936

+61 35987 1565
Potential Learning421 Ipswich Rd Annerley QLD 4103+61 7 3848 9438

 

Here is a list of some accessibility consultants in Australia:

Accessibility ConsultantAddress/LocationTelephone Number
Education Advantage

58 Abbotsford Street

West Melbourne VIC 3003

+61 3 9079 1240
Your edYOUcation

18 Thornbill Glen

Nambucca Heads, NSW 2448

+61 4 1811 3539
Royal Society for the Blind- SA

254 Angas Street

Adelaide SA 5000

+61 8 8417 5555
ATappsPetrie, QLD 4502+61 4 1581 2828
Royal Society for the Blind (RSB)

Griffin Centre 20 George Street

Canberra ACT 2601

+61 2 6247 4580

 

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