Entry #9993: Right to change legal gender in Australia

Current Version

RegionAustralia
IssueRight to change legal gender
Statusvaries
Start DateJul 2017
End Datenow
DescriptionFederal: legal, surgery not required from 2013 under the Australian Government Guidelines on the Recognition of Sex and Gender. According to ILGA, at least three subnational jurisdictions require surgeries. By region: Most states don't allow you to change your gender marker more than once in a 12-month period. The High Court of Australia has ruled that gender reassignment surgery does not need to be comprehensive, just be socially identifiable as your preferred gender. • Any government department that operates at a federal level does not require surgery. • In NSW a gender marker change requires GRS, top surgery, or orchiectomy. • In Queensland gender change requires an application confirming surgery or proof of reassignment surgery. • In South Australia no surgery is required, only proof of psychological counseling. • In Tasmania no surgery is required, they may require proof of psychological counseling for persons under 18. • In Victoria no surgery is required, you just have to attest you are the gender you claim. • In Western Australia surgery is not required. • In Northern Territory clinical treatment, either: surgery, hormone therapy, or counselling is required.
Sourceshttps://database.ilga.org/australia-lgbti https://www.vg.no/nyheter/innenriks/i/mJpkp/490-har-faatt-nytt-kjoenn-fra-staten https://www.transhub.org.au/changing-your-gender-marker https://www.nsw.gov.au/family-and-relationships/name-changes-and-corrections/change-of-sex https://www.qld.gov.au/law/births-deaths-marriages-and-divorces/birth-registration-and-adoption-records/note-a-change-of-sex-in-a-birth-or-adoption-register https://www.sa.gov.au/topics/family-and-community/births-deaths-and-marriages/certificates/corrections-to-certificates#:~:text=to%20register%20a%20change%20of,change%20of%20name%20is%20%24327.00. https://www.justice.tas.gov.au/bdm/gender-registration https://www.bdm.vic.gov.au/change-a-record-of-sex/adult-born-in-victoria https://www.bdm.vic.gov.au/change-a-record-of-sex/adult-born-in-victoria https://www.legalaid.wa.gov.au/sites/default/files/inline-files/LGBTIQA%2B-Changing-Gender-Factsheet.pdf https://nt.gov.au/law/bdm/register-a-change-of-sex-or-gender-on-a-birth-certificate
Reports (1)
  • Status is not correct "In Western Australia surgery is not required and doesn't require a medical diagnosis. "


Revision History (7)

Deleted by Nathan. Status correction

Old Value New Value (Current)
ValueLegal, no restrictions(REMOVED)
Value Special(REMOVED)Varies by Region
NoteFederal: legal, surgery not required from 2013 under the Australian Government Guidelines on the Recognition of Sex and Gender

By region: Most states don't allow you to change your gender marker more than once in a 12-month period. The High Court of Australia has ruled that gender reassignment surgery does not need to be comprehensive, just be socially identifiable as your preferred gender.
• Any government department that operates at a federal level does not require surgery.
• In NSW a gender marker change requires GRS, top surgery, or orchiectomy.
• In Queensland gender change requires an application confirming surgery or proof of reassignment surgery.
• In South Australia no surgery is required, only proof of psychological counseling.
• In Tasmania no surgery is required, they may require proof of psychological counseling for persons under 18.
• In Victoria no surgery is required, you just have to attest you are the gender you claim.
• In Western Australia surgery is not required.
• In Northern Territory clinical treatment, either: surgery, hormone therapy, or counselling is required.
Federal: legal, surgery not required from 2013 under the Australian Government Guidelines on the Recognition of Sex and Gender. According to ILGA, at least three subnational jurisdictions require surgeries.

By region: Most states don't allow you to change your gender marker more than once in a 12-month period. The High Court of Australia has ruled that gender reassignment surgery does not need to be comprehensive, just be socially identifiable as your preferred gender.
• Any government department that operates at a federal level does not require surgery.
• In NSW a gender marker change requires GRS, top surgery, or orchiectomy.
• In Queensland gender change requires an application confirming surgery or proof of reassignment surgery.
• In South Australia no surgery is required, only proof of psychological counseling.
• In Tasmania no surgery is required, they may require proof of psychological counseling for persons under 18.
• In Victoria no surgery is required, you just have to attest you are the gender you claim.
• In Western Australia surgery is not required.
• In Northern Territory clinical treatment, either: surgery, hormone therapy, or counselling is required.
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Federal: legal, surgery not required from 2013 under the Australian Government Guidelines on the Recognition of Sex and Gender By region: Most states don't allow you to change your gender marker more than once in a 12-month period. The High Court of Australia has ruled that gender reassignment surgery does not need to be comprehensive, just be socially identifiable as your preferred gender. • Any government department that operates at a federal level does not require surgery. • In NSW a gender marker change requires GRS, top surgery, or orchiectomy. • In Queensland gender change requires an application confirming surgery or proof of reassignment surgery. • In South Australia no surgery is required, only proof of psychological counseling. • In Tasmania no surgery is required, they may require proof of psychological counseling for persons under 18. • In Victoria no surgery is required, you just have to attest you are the gender you claim. • In Western Australia surgery is not required. • In Northern Territory clinical treatment, either: surgery, hormone therapy, or counselling is required. Gender. According to ILGA, at least three subnational jurisdictions require surgeries. By region: Most states don't allow you to change your gender marker more than once in a 12-month period. The High Court of Australia has ruled that gender reassignment surgery does not need to be comprehensive, just be socially identifiable as your preferred gender. • Any government department that operates at a federal level does not require surgery. • In NSW a gender marker change requires GRS, top surgery, or orchiectomy. • In Queensland gender change requires an application confirming surgery or proof of reassignment surgery. • In South Australia no surgery is required, only proof of psychological counseling. • In Tasmania no surgery is required, they may require proof of psychological counseling for persons under 18. • In Victoria no surgery is required, you just have to attest you are the gender you claim. • In Western Australia surgery is not required. • In Northern Territory clinical treatment, either: surgery, hormone therapy, or counselling is required.
Sourceshttps://www.vg.no/nyheter/innenriks/i/mJpkp/490-har-faatt-nytt-kjoenn-fra-staten
https://www.transhub.org.au/changing-your-gender-marker
https://www.nsw.gov.au/family-and-relationships/name-changes-and-corrections/change-of-sex
https://www.qld.gov.au/law/births-deaths-marriages-and-divorces/birth-registration-and-adoption-records/note-a-change-of-sex-in-a-birth-or-adoption-register
https://www.sa.gov.au/topics/family-and-community/births-deaths-and-marriages/certificates/corrections-to-certificates#:~:text=to%20register%20a%20change%20of,change%20of%20name%20is%20%24327.00.
https://www.justice.tas.gov.au/bdm/gender-registration
https://www.bdm.vic.gov.au/change-a-record-of-sex/adult-born-in-victoria
https://www.bdm.vic.gov.au/change-a-record-of-sex/adult-born-in-victoria
https://www.legalaid.wa.gov.au/sites/default/files/inline-files/LGBTIQA%2B-Changing-Gender-Factsheet.pdf
https://nt.gov.au/law/bdm/register-a-change-of-sex-or-gender-on-a-birth-certificate
https://database.ilga.org/australia-lgbti
https://www.vg.no/nyheter/innenriks/i/mJpkp/490-har-faatt-nytt-kjoenn-fra-staten
https://www.transhub.org.au/changing-your-gender-marker
https://www.nsw.gov.au/family-and-relationships/name-changes-and-corrections/change-of-sex
https://www.qld.gov.au/law/births-deaths-marriages-and-divorces/birth-registration-and-adoption-records/note-a-change-of-sex-in-a-birth-or-adoption-register
https://www.sa.gov.au/topics/family-and-community/births-deaths-and-marriages/certificates/corrections-to-certificates#:~:text=to%20register%20a%20change%20of,change%20of%20name%20is%20%24327.00.
https://www.justice.tas.gov.au/bdm/gender-registration
https://www.bdm.vic.gov.au/change-a-record-of-sex/adult-born-in-victoria
https://www.bdm.vic.gov.au/change-a-record-of-sex/adult-born-in-victoria
https://www.legalaid.wa.gov.au/sites/default/files/inline-files/LGBTIQA%2B-Changing-Gender-Factsheet.pdf
https://nt.gov.au/law/bdm/register-a-change-of-sex-or-gender-on-a-birth-certificate
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https://www.vg.no/nyheter/innenriks/i/mJpkp/490-har-faatt-nytt-kjoenn-fra-staten https://www.transhub.org.au/changing-your-gender-marker https://www.nsw.gov.au/family-and-relationships/name-changes-and-corrections/change-of-sex https://www.qld.gov.au/law/births-deaths-marriages-and-divorces/birth-registration-and-adoption-records/note-a-change-of-sex-in-a-birth-or-adoption-register https://www.sa.gov.au/topics/family-and-community/births-deaths-and-marriages/certificates/corrections-to-certificates#:~:text=to%20register%20a%20change%20of,change%20of%20name%20is%20%24327.00. https://www.justice.tas.gov.au/bdm/gender-registration https://www.bdm.vic.gov.au/change-a-record-of-sex/adult-born-in-victoria https://www.bdm.vic.gov.au/change-a-record-of-sex/adult-born-in-victoria https://www.legalaid.wa.gov.au/sites/default/files/inline-files/LGBTIQA%2B-Changing-Gender-Factsheet.pdf https://nt.gov.au/law/bdm/register-a-change-of-sex-or-gender-on-a-birth-certificate https://database.ilga.org/australia-lgbti https://www.vg.no/nyheter/innenriks/i/mJpkp/490-har-faatt-nytt-kjoenn-fra-staten https://www.transhub.org.au/changing-your-gender-marker https://www.nsw.gov.au/family-and-relationships/name-changes-and-corrections/change-of-sex https://www.qld.gov.au/law/births-deaths-marriages-and-divorces/birth-registration-and-adoption-records/note-a-change-of-sex-in-a-birth-or-adoption-register https://www.sa.gov.au/topics/family-and-community/births-deaths-and-marriages/certificates/corrections-to-certificates#:~:text=to%20register%20a%20change%20of,change%20of%20name%20is%20%24327.00. https://www.justice.tas.gov.au/bdm/gender-registration https://www.bdm.vic.gov.au/change-a-record-of-sex/adult-born-in-victoria https://www.bdm.vic.gov.au/change-a-record-of-sex/adult-born-in-victoria https://www.legalaid.wa.gov.au/sites/default/files/inline-files/LGBTIQA%2B-Changing-Gender-Factsheet.pdf https://nt.gov.au/law/bdm/register-a-change-of-sex-or-gender-on-a-birth-certificate

Revision by JuliaB. sex reassignment surgery is not required to change gender from a federal point of view

Old Value New Value
Value(REMOVED)Legal, no restrictions
NoteLegal, but surgery requirements vary by region. Most states don't allow you to change your gender marker more than once in a 12-month period. The High Court of Australia has ruled that gender reassignment surgery does not need to be comprehensive, just be socially identifiable as your preferred gender.
• Any government department that operates at a federal level does not require surgery.
• In NSW a gender marker change requires GRS, top surgery, or orchiectomy.
• In Queensland gender change requires an application confirming surgery or proof of reassignment surgery.
• In South Australia no surgery is required, only proof of psychological counseling.
• In Tasmania no surgery is required, they may require proof of psychological counseling for persons under 18.
• In Victoria no surgery is required, you just have to attest you are the gender you claim.
• In Western Australia surgery is not required.
• In Northern Territory clinical treatment, either: surgery, hormone therapy, or counselling is required.
Federal: legal, surgery not required from 2013 under the Australian Government Guidelines on the Recognition of Sex and Gender

By region: Most states don't allow you to change your gender marker more than once in a 12-month period. The High Court of Australia has ruled that gender reassignment surgery does not need to be comprehensive, just be socially identifiable as your preferred gender.
• Any government department that operates at a federal level does not require surgery.
• In NSW a gender marker change requires GRS, top surgery, or orchiectomy.
• In Queensland gender change requires an application confirming surgery or proof of reassignment surgery.
• In South Australia no surgery is required, only proof of psychological counseling.
• In Tasmania no surgery is required, they may require proof of psychological counseling for persons under 18.
• In Victoria no surgery is required, you just have to attest you are the gender you claim.
• In Western Australia surgery is not required.
• In Northern Territory clinical treatment, either: surgery, hormone therapy, or counselling is required.
Show Difference
Legal, but surgery requirements vary by region. Most states don't allow you to change your gender marker more than once in a 12-month period. The High Court of Australia has ruled that gender reassignment surgery does not need to be comprehensive, just be socially identifiable as your preferred gender. • Any government department that operates at a federal level does not require surgery. • In NSW a gender marker change requires GRS, top surgery, or orchiectomy. • In Queensland gender change requires an application confirming surgery or proof of reassignment surgery. • In South Australia no surgery is required, only proof of psychological counseling. • In Tasmania no surgery is required, they may require proof of psychological counseling for persons under 18. • In Victoria no surgery is required, you just have to attest you are the gender you claim. • In Western Australia surgery is not required. • In Northern Territory clinical treatment, either: surgery, hormone therapy, or counselling is required. Federal: legal, surgery not required from 2013 under the Australian Government Guidelines on the Recognition of Sex and Gender By region: Most states don't allow you to change your gender marker more than once in a 12-month period. The High Court of Australia has ruled that gender reassignment surgery does not need to be comprehensive, just be socially identifiable as your preferred gender. • Any government department that operates at a federal level does not require surgery. • In NSW a gender marker change requires GRS, top surgery, or orchiectomy. • In Queensland gender change requires an application confirming surgery or proof of reassignment surgery. • In South Australia no surgery is required, only proof of psychological counseling. • In Tasmania no surgery is required, they may require proof of psychological counseling for persons under 18. • In Victoria no surgery is required, you just have to attest you are the gender you claim. • In Western Australia surgery is not required. • In Northern Territory clinical treatment, either: surgery, hormone therapy, or counselling is required.

Revision by joshtblack

Old Value New Value
NoteLegal, but surgery requirements vary by region. Most states don't allow you to change your gender marker more than once in a 12-month period. The High Court of Australia has ruled that gender reassignment surgery does not need to be comprehensive, just be socially identifiable as your preferred gender.
• Any government department that operates at a federal level does not require surgery.
• In NSW a gender marker change requires GRS, top surgery, or orchiectomy.
• In Queensland gender change requires an application confirming surgery or proof of reassignment surgery.
• In South Australia no surgery is required, only proof of psychological counseling.
• In Tasmania no surgery is required, they may require proof of psychological counseling for persons under 18.
• In Victoria no surgery is required, you just have to attest you are the gender you claim.
• In Western Australia surgery is required.
• In Northern Territory clinical treetment, either: surgery, hormone therapy, or counseling is required.
Legal, but surgery requirements vary by region. Most states don't allow you to change your gender marker more than once in a 12-month period. The High Court of Australia has ruled that gender reassignment surgery does not need to be comprehensive, just be socially identifiable as your preferred gender.
• Any government department that operates at a federal level does not require surgery.
• In NSW a gender marker change requires GRS, top surgery, or orchiectomy.
• In Queensland gender change requires an application confirming surgery or proof of reassignment surgery.
• In South Australia no surgery is required, only proof of psychological counseling.
• In Tasmania no surgery is required, they may require proof of psychological counseling for persons under 18.
• In Victoria no surgery is required, you just have to attest you are the gender you claim.
• In Western Australia surgery is not required.
• In Northern Territory clinical treatment, either: surgery, hormone therapy, or counselling is required.
Show Difference
Legal, but surgery requirements vary by region. Most states don't allow you to change your gender marker more than once in a 12-month period. The High Court of Australia has ruled that gender reassignment surgery does not need to be comprehensive, just be socially identifiable as your preferred gender. • Any government department that operates at a federal level does not require surgery. • In NSW a gender marker change requires GRS, top surgery, or orchiectomy. • In Queensland gender change requires an application confirming surgery or proof of reassignment surgery. • In South Australia no surgery is required, only proof of psychological counseling. • In Tasmania no surgery is required, they may require proof of psychological counseling for persons under 18. • In Victoria no surgery is required, you just have to attest you are the gender you claim. • In Western Australia surgery is required. • In Northern Territory clinical treetment, either: surgery, hormone therapy, or counseling is required. not required. • In Northern Territory clinical treatment, either: surgery, hormone therapy, or counselling is required.
Reports (1)
  • Newer law has been passed "Queensland has changed their Births, Deaths and Marriages Registrar to no longer require surgery"

Revision by joshtblack

Old Value New Value
Value SpecialAmbiguous(REMOVED)

Revision by joshtblack

Old Value New Value
Value Special(REMOVED)Ambiguous

Revision by JerofDoorhandle

Old Value New Value
NoteLegal, but surgery requirements vary by region. Most states don't allow you to change your gender marker more than once in a 12-month period. The High Court of Australia has ruled that gender reassignment surgery does not need to be comprehensive, just be socially identifiable as your preferred gender.
• Any government department that operates at a federal level does not require surgery.
• In NSW a gender marker change requires GRS, top surgery, or orchiectomy.
• In Queensland gender change requires an application confirming surgery or proof of reassignment surgery.
• In South Australia no surgery is required, only proof of psychological counseling.
• In Tasmania no surgery is required, they may require proof of psychological counseling for persons under 18.
• In Victoria no surgery is required, you just have to attest you are the gender you claim.
• In Western Australia surgery is required.
Legal, but surgery requirements vary by region. Most states don't allow you to change your gender marker more than once in a 12-month period. The High Court of Australia has ruled that gender reassignment surgery does not need to be comprehensive, just be socially identifiable as your preferred gender.
• Any government department that operates at a federal level does not require surgery.
• In NSW a gender marker change requires GRS, top surgery, or orchiectomy.
• In Queensland gender change requires an application confirming surgery or proof of reassignment surgery.
• In South Australia no surgery is required, only proof of psychological counseling.
• In Tasmania no surgery is required, they may require proof of psychological counseling for persons under 18.
• In Victoria no surgery is required, you just have to attest you are the gender you claim.
• In Western Australia surgery is required.
• In Northern Territory clinical treetment, either: surgery, hormone therapy, or counseling is required.
Show Difference
Legal, but surgery requirements vary by region. Most states don't allow you to change your gender marker more than once in a 12-month period. The High Court of Australia has ruled that gender reassignment surgery does not need to be comprehensive, just be socially identifiable as your preferred gender. • Any government department that operates at a federal level does not require surgery. • In NSW a gender marker change requires GRS, top surgery, or orchiectomy. • In Queensland gender change requires an application confirming surgery or proof of reassignment surgery. • In South Australia no surgery is required, only proof of psychological counseling. • In Tasmania no surgery is required, they may require proof of psychological counseling for persons under 18. • In Victoria no surgery is required, you just have to attest you are the gender you claim. • In Western Australia surgery is required. required. • In Northern Territory clinical treetment, either: surgery, hormone therapy, or counseling is required.
Sourceshttps://www.vg.no/nyheter/innenriks/i/mJpkp/490-har-faatt-nytt-kjoenn-fra-staten
https://www.transhub.org.au/changing-your-gender-marker
https://www.nsw.gov.au/family-and-relationships/name-changes-and-corrections/change-of-sex
https://www.qld.gov.au/law/births-deaths-marriages-and-divorces/birth-registration-and-adoption-records/note-a-change-of-sex-in-a-birth-or-adoption-register
https://www.sa.gov.au/topics/family-and-community/births-deaths-and-marriages/certificates/corrections-to-certificates#:~:text=to%20register%20a%20change%20of,change%20of%20name%20is%20%24327.00.
https://www.justice.tas.gov.au/bdm/gender-registration
https://www.bdm.vic.gov.au/change-a-record-of-sex/adult-born-in-victoria
https://www.bdm.vic.gov.au/change-a-record-of-sex/adult-born-in-victoria
https://www.legalaid.wa.gov.au/sites/default/files/inline-files/LGBTIQA%2B-Changing-Gender-Factsheet.pdf
https://www.vg.no/nyheter/innenriks/i/mJpkp/490-har-faatt-nytt-kjoenn-fra-staten
https://www.transhub.org.au/changing-your-gender-marker
https://www.nsw.gov.au/family-and-relationships/name-changes-and-corrections/change-of-sex
https://www.qld.gov.au/law/births-deaths-marriages-and-divorces/birth-registration-and-adoption-records/note-a-change-of-sex-in-a-birth-or-adoption-register
https://www.sa.gov.au/topics/family-and-community/births-deaths-and-marriages/certificates/corrections-to-certificates#:~:text=to%20register%20a%20change%20of,change%20of%20name%20is%20%24327.00.
https://www.justice.tas.gov.au/bdm/gender-registration
https://www.bdm.vic.gov.au/change-a-record-of-sex/adult-born-in-victoria
https://www.bdm.vic.gov.au/change-a-record-of-sex/adult-born-in-victoria
https://www.legalaid.wa.gov.au/sites/default/files/inline-files/LGBTIQA%2B-Changing-Gender-Factsheet.pdf
https://nt.gov.au/law/bdm/register-a-change-of-sex-or-gender-on-a-birth-certificate
Show Difference
https://www.vg.no/nyheter/innenriks/i/mJpkp/490-har-faatt-nytt-kjoenn-fra-staten https://www.transhub.org.au/changing-your-gender-marker https://www.nsw.gov.au/family-and-relationships/name-changes-and-corrections/change-of-sex https://www.qld.gov.au/law/births-deaths-marriages-and-divorces/birth-registration-and-adoption-records/note-a-change-of-sex-in-a-birth-or-adoption-register https://www.sa.gov.au/topics/family-and-community/births-deaths-and-marriages/certificates/corrections-to-certificates#:~:text=to%20register%20a%20change%20of,change%20of%20name%20is%20%24327.00. https://www.justice.tas.gov.au/bdm/gender-registration https://www.bdm.vic.gov.au/change-a-record-of-sex/adult-born-in-victoria https://www.bdm.vic.gov.au/change-a-record-of-sex/adult-born-in-victoria https://www.legalaid.wa.gov.au/sites/default/files/inline-files/LGBTIQA%2B-Changing-Gender-Factsheet.pdf https://www.vg.no/nyheter/innenriks/i/mJpkp/490-har-faatt-nytt-kjoenn-fra-staten https://www.transhub.org.au/changing-your-gender-marker https://www.nsw.gov.au/family-and-relationships/name-changes-and-corrections/change-of-sex https://www.qld.gov.au/law/births-deaths-marriages-and-divorces/birth-registration-and-adoption-records/note-a-change-of-sex-in-a-birth-or-adoption-register https://www.sa.gov.au/topics/family-and-community/births-deaths-and-marriages/certificates/corrections-to-certificates#:~:text=to%20register%20a%20change%20of,change%20of%20name%20is%20%24327.00. https://www.justice.tas.gov.au/bdm/gender-registration https://www.bdm.vic.gov.au/change-a-record-of-sex/adult-born-in-victoria https://www.bdm.vic.gov.au/change-a-record-of-sex/adult-born-in-victoria https://www.legalaid.wa.gov.au/sites/default/files/inline-files/LGBTIQA%2B-Changing-Gender-Factsheet.pdf https://nt.gov.au/law/bdm/register-a-change-of-sex-or-gender-on-a-birth-certificate

Revision by JerofDoorhandle

Old Value (Original) New Value
ValueLegal, no restrictions(REMOVED)
NoteLegal status has changed.Legal, but surgery requirements vary by region. Most states don't allow you to change your gender marker more than once in a 12-month period. The High Court of Australia has ruled that gender reassignment surgery does not need to be comprehensive, just be socially identifiable as your preferred gender.
• Any government department that operates at a federal level does not require surgery.
• In NSW a gender marker change requires GRS, top surgery, or orchiectomy.
• In Queensland gender change requires an application confirming surgery or proof of reassignment surgery.
• In South Australia no surgery is required, only proof of psychological counseling.
• In Tasmania no surgery is required, they may require proof of psychological counseling for persons under 18.
• In Victoria no surgery is required, you just have to attest you are the gender you claim.
• In Western Australia surgery is required.
Show Difference
Legal status has changed. Legal, but surgery requirements vary by region. Most states don't allow you to change your gender marker more than once in a 12-month period. The High Court of Australia has ruled that gender reassignment surgery does not need to be comprehensive, just be socially identifiable as your preferred gender. • Any government department that operates at a federal level does not require surgery. • In NSW a gender marker change requires GRS, top surgery, or orchiectomy. • In Queensland gender change requires an application confirming surgery or proof of reassignment surgery. • In South Australia no surgery is required, only proof of psychological counseling. • In Tasmania no surgery is required, they may require proof of psychological counseling for persons under 18. • In Victoria no surgery is required, you just have to attest you are the gender you claim. • In Western Australia surgery is required.
Sourceshttps://www.vg.no/nyheter/innenriks/i/mJpkp/490-har-faatt-nytt-kjoenn-fra-statenhttps://www.vg.no/nyheter/innenriks/i/mJpkp/490-har-faatt-nytt-kjoenn-fra-staten
https://www.transhub.org.au/changing-your-gender-marker
https://www.nsw.gov.au/family-and-relationships/name-changes-and-corrections/change-of-sex
https://www.qld.gov.au/law/births-deaths-marriages-and-divorces/birth-registration-and-adoption-records/note-a-change-of-sex-in-a-birth-or-adoption-register
https://www.sa.gov.au/topics/family-and-community/births-deaths-and-marriages/certificates/corrections-to-certificates#:~:text=to%20register%20a%20change%20of,change%20of%20name%20is%20%24327.00.
https://www.justice.tas.gov.au/bdm/gender-registration
https://www.bdm.vic.gov.au/change-a-record-of-sex/adult-born-in-victoria
https://www.bdm.vic.gov.au/change-a-record-of-sex/adult-born-in-victoria
https://www.legalaid.wa.gov.au/sites/default/files/inline-files/LGBTIQA%2B-Changing-Gender-Factsheet.pdf
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  • Status is not correct "Changing gender preference without surgery is not legal in Australia"
  • Status is not correct "Surgery is still required in the state of Queensland as noted on the official government website (https://www.qld.gov.au/law/births-deaths-marriages-and-divorces/birth-registration-and-adoption-records/note-a-change-of-sex-in-a-birth-or-adoption-register). All other states do not require surgery."
  • Status is not correct "It depends on area, NSW for example it's required and it has the highest population centres."
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  • Other "Depending on the state these laws change, In QLD for example you require surgery to change gender but in Victoria you don't"
  • Status is not correct "Dependant on state, NSW does require surgery for example"
  • Status is not correct "Varies state by state with almost all requiring surgery to change record gender on birth documents "
  • Status is not correct "https://www.bdm.vic.gov.au/changes-and-corrections/change-your-recorded-sex"
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  • Status is not correct "Varies by state"
  • Other "It's legal to change gender in australia however it varies on a state by state basis. Some states require surgery in order to change gender or birth certificate. Others don't. Victoria changes as of 1st of June I believe"
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