We provide NAATI certified French translators and interpreters throughout Australia including Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Darwin and Hobart. Our translators have industry experience in translating medical, legal and business documents as well as all types of certificates. Our professional interpreters across Australia can assist you for an appointment either on site or remotely via phone or video. 

French spoken at home is on the rise in Australia. The majority of French speakers were born in France, Australia and Mauritius. 

Our translators have translated a range of documents for our clients. Some examples are listed below:

  1. Birth Certificate
  2. Civil Registration
  3. Death Certificate
  4. Driver’s Licence
  5. Marriage Certificate
  6. Passport
  7. Personal Letter
  8. Police Check
  9. Power of Attorney

Our interpreters have participated in a variety of meetings such as pre-conference interviews and family dispute resolution conferences to facilitate communcation between legal practitioners and French-speaking residents and visitors. 

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

What are the varieties of French?

As one of the 10 most spoken languages in the world, French is widely spoken in regions like Europe, Africa and North America and is the official language of 28 countries. 

Out of all the different accents and varieties, Parisian French, namely French spoken in Paris, is often considered the Standard French or International French. One interesting fact about French is that Africa is actually the continent with the most French speakers where French is often used alongside indigenous languages.

Did you know?

The Brisbane French Festival is Australia's largest French festival. Some of French Australians refer to themselves as Huguenots.

Before the French Revolution, French was not popularly used across France. As a matter of fact, French was actually used more in Holland and Germany than in France until the 19th Century. Isn’t this surprising?

Interestingly enough, French did heavily influence modern English. Around 30% of modern English words are from French! An example can be found in the use of culinary words. Words like chef, blanching, sautéing and julienne all originated from French.

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  • More than ten years of experience in the areas of 
    • business
    • health care
    • immigration
    • law
  • 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 in Australia 
    • 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

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