Regulatory updates - Australia
Get the latest news and updates on e-invoicing, e-ordering, e-archiving and indirect tax regulatory requirements.
Australia sets sights on Peppol for B2B e-invoice exchange
In addition to the mandate for Commonwealth government agencies to receive e-invoices by 2022, the Australian Government is now investigating options for the introduction of electronic invoicing in the B2B sector.
New South Wales accelerates the e-invoicing adoption in Australia
The New South Wales (NSW) governmental agencies are obliged to adopt e-invoicing for goods and services up to the value of AUD 1 million by 1 January 2022. By making this change six months ahead of the national e-invoicing mandate, the Government will become one of the first states to drive the adoption of electronic invoicing in the country.
Australia announces more funding for e-invoicing adoption
As of 1 July 2022, e-invoicing for all Commonwealth agencies will become mandatory in Australia. To encourage the adoption of electronic invoicing, the Government will provide AUD 15,3 million in funding.
Australia takes first steps towards national B2B e-invoicing mandate
In addition to the mandate for Commonwealth government agencies to begin e-invoicing by 2022, the Australian Government is now investigating options for mandatory e-invoicing in the private sector.
Pagero selected for Australian government e-invoicing panel
Pagero has been pre-approved as a service provider for Australian government e-invoicing. In addition to the plan for mandatory government e-invoicing, the Treasury has now opened consultation for options to be considered for mandatory e-invoicing by all businesses.
Australian Government appoints $3.6m to mandate e-invoice adoption
The Australian Government has announced a new digital business plan to drive Australia’s economic recovery, including $3.6 million AUD towards mandating the adoption of electronic invoicing.
Pagero accredited for Peppol in Australia and New Zealand
Pagero was approved by both Australian and New Zealand Peppol authorities on 17 March 2020. Australian, New Zealand and global companies can now make use of Peppol’s eDelivery Network in the Trans-Tasman region.
– B2G: Peppol
– B2B: Post Audit / BER (Peppol)
– B2G: Peppol
– B2B: N/A
– B2G: Peppol BIS AU-NZ,
– B2B: N/A
Mandatory for Issuing:
Formally, no explicit requirements. Yes, if requested under BER
Mandatory for Receiving:
– B2G: Partially Implemented (Peppol)
– B2B: Buyer’s consent required
Allowed under conditions
Get paid faster by sending e-invoices with Pagero
Did you know that government agencies in Australia are required to pay faster if you send e-invoices to them? Visit our solution page to find out more about the requirements and how you can send e-invoices by connecting to the Pagero Network.