contact

advice for tenants

All our services are free and in high demand, and although our advisors will assist as many people as possible, please be aware that there can often be a long wait and we can’t guarantee that we can assist everyone who contacts us.

Need advice fast? Check our advice online. Or you can email Tenancy Legal Referral for a same-day reply and up to 30 minutes of legal advice for $99.



 

other tenancy services

Consumer Affairs Victoria
Information and advice to tenants, co-tenants and landlords. Phone 1300 55 81 81

Social Housing Advocacy and Support Program (DHHS website)
Advice and assistance for tenants in public housing throughout Victoria.

Tenancy Assistance and Advocacy Program (TAAP)
Assistance for tenants in private rental housing, (including privately operated rooming houses and caravan parks), who are in significant financial hardship or affected by family violence.

 


administration

Contact us about membership, donations and everything else except advice for tenants.
Please note our admin staff cannot provide advice about your tenancy. Need advice? See advice for tenants.

phone: (03) 9411 1444

fax: (03) 9416 0513   |   email: admin@tuv.org.au

Mailing address:
PO Box 234, Fitzroy VIC 3065

Street address:
55 Johnston Street Fitzroy VIC
Tenants Union of Victoria - Location View on Google Maps [Melway ref: 2C A7]
Our office is closed weekends and public holidays.


publications

Our fact sheets are available online as webpages and PDFs at advice.
Tenants and organisations are welcome to place an order for printed copies. Please complete an order form, then mail or fax it to us:

Publications Order Form [May 2016, pdf 151kb]

 


complaints

If you have a complaint about the service you received from us, see the Tenants Victoria Legal Service complaints policy and procedure.
 


feedback

We value your opinion. If you have any suggestions, compliments or concerns about our publications, website or anything else please send us your feedback.

 

Tenants Victoria acknowledges the support of the Victorian Government.