The following table contains prescribed IP Australia fees relating to Australian trade marks. Official Trade Mark Fees are prescribed under the Trade Marks Regulations 1995 (Cth).
For more information, please read our general article about Trade Marks.
Beware of Scams
Criminals frequently attempt to scam individuals and businesses out of money.
This can include by:
- sending fake invoices, notices or requests for payment
- offering to provide services (such as Trade Mark Registration, Publication or Renewal Services) at significantly inflated cost
- making false or misleading claims relating to your payment or lodgement olbigations, or your entitlement to a refund
- attempting to steal personal information, passwords and usernames to gain unauthorised access to your government accounts
Often, these scams might look like a legitimate invoice or come from an organisation with an official-sounding name.
Before paying any trade mark fee, check to make sure the invoice or payment request is genuine. If in doubt, contact IP Australia or your trusted professional adviser to verify the fee.
Australian Government Agences will never request payment using Gift Cards, Gift Vouchers, iTunes Cards or Google Play Cards.
Trade Mark Fees — Australia
Extensions of Time - Deadline for Acceptance
Opposition Proceedings & Hearings
Removal (Non-Use Action)
Document Retrieval Requests
- IP Australia Fees are payable in Australian Dollars (AUD).
- IP Australia fees are exempt from Australian GST.
- The above fees are charged by IP Australia for the relevant service and do not include professional fees and other costs that may be payable to a legal representative. IP Australia fees are subject to change without notice.
- The above fees are based on filing via preferred means. Filing by other means (eg mail) may incur additional fees.