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Companies intending to establish operations in Australia can engage us for our incorporation services and appoint us as their partner for other one-off services, including audit relief and substituted accounting period (SAP) applications.

We assure companies by helping them understand their corporate secretarial responsibilities when they engage us as a resident director to assist with Australian compliance with their board members.

This service offers a robust foundational base and acts as a comprehensive platform and gateway to do business in Australia.

We diligently, thoroughly, and efficiently execute the following on time:

  • IncorporationIncorporation of a Domestic Company
  • Licensing of Foreign CompanyLicensing of Foreign Company
  • Bank Account OpeningBank Account Opening
  • Nominee Director ServicesNominee Director Services
  • Resident Agent ServicesResident Agent Services
  • Business Permits RegistrationBusiness Permits Registration

One-Stop Solution for All Your Company Formation Needs

We offer a comprehensive list of professional services for local and foreign investors seeking to establish a company in Australia.

  • Company Registration
  • Foreign Corporation Licensing
  • Tax Registration
  • Director ID Application
  • Appointment of Nominee Directors
  • Bank Account Opening
  • Appointment of a Resident Agent
  • Business Permits Registrations
  • Substituted Accounting Period Application

Get Your Setup Requirements in Order

Local and foreign investors must fulfil these pre-registration requirements before they can register a company in Australia:

  • Assess the right business structure
  • Choose a company name
  • Choose a local business address
  • Appoint corporate officers

We help you get the ball rolling for your new company in Australia with tailored and practical corporate solutions to set you up for success.


Determine the Right Business Structure

Whether establishing a domestic corporation in Australia or obtaining licensing for a foreign company, whatever business structure is required will need the right consideration.

  • Private Limited Liability Company

    Private Limited Liability Company

    Ideal for investors seeking to set up a domestic (subsidiary) corporation. As the most common type of legal entity in Australia, a pty allows 100% foreign ownership and enjoys more tax benefits.

  • Branch Office

    Branch Office

    Suitable for foreign corporations that want to obtain licensing for their local operations in Australia. Subject to eligibility, may not be taxable and no audit may be required.

  • Representative Office

    Representative Office

    Ideal for foreign corporations seeking to study the local market before fully expanding operations in Australia. Can be used to conduct market research and promote products/services.

  • Representative Office

    Shelf Company

    A ready-made company ideal for local and foreign investors who want to immediately start doing business in Australia.


How InCorp Australia Can Help

With our combined years of expertise, we take care of your non-core but critical functions and ensure you are able to:

Scalable ServiceScalable Service
Ability to grow with your business

Fixed FeesFixed Fees
No surprises

Reduce CostsReduce Costs
Compared to using internal resources

MeetingTailored to You
Meeting outside business hours and on weekends

FAQs

What is required to form a company in Australia?

To form a company in Australia, you will need to submit the following documentation to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC):

  • The company name and proposed business activities
  • The company’s registered address
  • The names and addresses of the directors and shareholders
  • The company’s Constitution (if adopting one)
  • Details of the company’s public liability insurance
  • The company’s ABN (if applicable)

Once the ASIC has received all of the required documentation, they will register the company and issue a Certificate of Incorporation. The entire process usually takes around 2-3 weeks.

Are there costs associated with company incorporation in Australia?

Yes, the fees that are charged vary depending on the state or territory in which you incorporate your company. In general, the costs generally include the following:

  • Application fee
  • Company registration fee
  • Annual fees
How long does it take to set up a company in Australia?

The time it takes to set up a company in Australia varies depending on the state or territory in which you incorporate your company. Generally, the process will take between 1-3 weeks.

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