Register your building or apartment block

Connecting apartment blocks, retail complexes, commercial, industrial, government and high rise buildings to the NBN

The National Broadband Network (NBN) plans to connect all buildings within areas where we replace the existing telecommunications network with fibre optic cable. You can check if your building is in a fibre rollout area by checking NBN Co’s rollout map.

For apartment blocks, unit blocks retail complexes, commercial, industrial, government and high rise buildings we need to engage with the body corporate or the building owner (depending on building type) to connect these properties to the NBN. These types of buildings also require more extensive internal cabling.
 

Building owners/Strata Managers/Body Corporates

Check your address to find out if your building is in a fibre rollout area. If you are in the rollout area, please register your contact details with us today using the link below.

Registering your contact details will streamline the installation process so that your building is connected as fast and efficiently as possible. NBN Co and our construction partners will be in touch with you as the rollout gets underway.

If your building is not currently in a fibre rollout area and has more than 100 residents, you may still register with us by using the second link below. 

single-building
register individual buildings
Register buildings that you manage or own. Suitable for registering a small number of buildings, complete this form once for each building.
register individual buildings
multiple-buildings
Register multiple buildings / Larger buildings not in a fibre rollout area
Register buildings that you manage or own. Also suitable for registration of single buildings with more than 100 residents that are currently outside a fibre rollout area.
Register multiple buildings

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