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Do you know an older Australian who has a special wedding anniversary or birthday coming up?
If so, you can ask the Mayor, Premier of Queensland, Prime Minister of Australia, Governor of Queensland, Governor-General of Australia and His Majesty The King to say, "Congratulations!"
Ninetieth (90th) birthday letters can be requested from:
One hundredth (100th), 105th, and 110th birthday letters can be requested from:
Fiftieth (50th) anniversary letters can be requested from:
Sixtieth (60th), 65th, and 70th anniversary letters can be requested from:
Consideration may be given to requests for letters to mark other anniversaries or birthdays if there are special circumstances.
Arrangements for a message can be made up to three months before the occasion. If this year's celebration has passed, you can still request a belated message up to three months afterwards.
To arrange a message simply fill out and submit the form using one of the methods below.
Where appropriate, we will forward your request to the Premier, Prime Minister, Governor, Governor-General and His Majesty the King, so you only need to apply once.
To arrange a congratulatory message, you need to provide supporting documentation such as a birth certificate or marriage certificate. If these are not available, you can provide a statutory declaration instead.
Request congratulatory message