We provide NAATI-certified Vietnamese translators and interpreters. They are experienced in the areas of immigration, health, law and education. As the language professionals who bridge the gap of languages and cultures, they are well-equipped and always ready to help. 

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

  1. Birth Certificate
  2. Business Brochure
  3. Legal Document: Affidavit, Witness Statement and more 
  4. Police Check

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

What are the varieties of Vietnamese?

There are three major dialects of Vietnamese. They are northern dialect, central dialect, and southern dialect. The northern dialect serves as the prestige dialect.

Historically, Vietnamese has been enriched by Chinese, French and English. It “vietnamised”, as some experts described, Chinese words in areas of medicine, politics and religion, French words in terms of food and fashion as well as English words when it comes to modern technology.

One fun fact about Vietnamese is that exclamations are oftenused in conversational Vietnamese. People use them for expressing strong feelings, exaggerating the scale of things as well as calling others and receiving feedback. Would you like to know more about Vietnamese? You may need to learn a variety of exclamations as well!

Did you know?

Vietnamese, the official language in Vietnam and a recognised minority language in Czech Republic, is spoken in Vietnam, Czech, Cambodia, Laos and Guangxi Province of China.

As the number of Vietnamese immigrants increases, there are also a significant number of Vietnamese speakers in Australia.

Why choose us?

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Experienced, knowledgeable and trustworthy

  • More than ten years of experience in the areas of 
    • education
    • finance and commerce
    • 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?

Please complete our online booking form or email the details of your request to

For urgent requests, please contact our head office at (07) 3172 5327.