Welcome to Translation Express!

Our NAATI certified Italian translators and interpreters are keen to assist you. We have a team of highly skilled linguists throughout Australia including Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth. We have good local knowledge of Australian culture, phrases and slang. Most of our translators also work as interpreters and understand the importance of tone, syntax and nuance.

Our translators have extensive experience in document translation. Some examples are listed below:

  1. Birth Certificate
  2. Driver’s Licence
  3. Marriage Certificate
  4. Medical Certificate
  5. Police Check
  6. Police Report

Our interpreters have attended legal hearings and trials, medical appointments and business meetings to facilitate communication between professional practitioners and Italian-speaking residents and visitors.  

You may go to our online store to place an order for a translation of your Overseas drivers licence in Italian.

What are the varieties of Italian?

Italian, besides being the official and national language of Italy, is also an official language of Switzerland, San Marino, the Vatican City and Istria. It is spoken by over 85 million people globally.

The standard Italian used today is based on the Tuscan dialect which was adopted as the official language in the 19th century. There are many dialects of Italian, but not all of them are mutually intelligible. In fact, all the varieties were developed independently from Latin. Although some of the varieties are called dialects, they are essentially different languages.

Did you know?

Italian is one of Top 10 languages spoken in Australia. Italo-Australian is an Italian dialect developing in Australia which is spoken by Australians of Italian descent.

Italian is considered the universal language of music, especially classic music. Some familiar Italian loanwords in English are cappella, orchestra and soprano. For a musician or music lover, learning some Italian is indeed necessary!

Dante, an Italian writer, is often referred to as the “Father of the Italian language”. Dante’s epic poem “The Divine Comedy”, which was written in the Tuscan dialect in the late Middle Ages, left an ineradicable mark on the Italian language and helped position Tuscan dialect as the basis for the Italian used today.

Why choose us?

                     Quick, easy and simple!

Experienced, knowledgeable and trustworthy

  • More than ten years of experience in the areas of 
    • education
    • health care
    • immigration
    • law
    • social work
  • Extensive local knowledge
    • live and work in communities
    • tertiary-educated in Australia
    • engage in continuing professional development
  • A panel of NAATI certified translators and interpreters 
    • verified and approved by local authorities
    • strictly follow the Code of Ethics
  • A team of professional and experienced project coordinators
    • take the time to listen to and fully understand you
    • deliver service on budget and time
    • value your feedback and respond promptly

Need an interpreter for an appointment?

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For urgent requests, please click here for our phone numbers.