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Australia’s no.1 Conveyancing website. is your local conveyancer. Our offices are located in all major Capital cities around Australia. Why? Because that’s where settlements take place and that’s how we save you money, by being LOCAL to the settlement centres. It may mean our office is a little further away than other conveyancers, but it does mean we are closer to where the action for real estate conveyancing really happens. Yes that’s right! Even if you use local conveyancing services, they will need to come to the city. That’s honestly how conveyancing works.

Property Conveyancing Australia Wide

Did You Know: Conveyancing is regulated by state laws, meaning the real estate conveyancing process is in fact unique in each state and territory of Australia? To find out more, jump to the relevant state below.

New South Wales

The NSW conveyancing legislation put the responsibility for disclosure on sellers. This means, if you are thinking of selling your property it is your and your legal representative’s responsibility to fully disclose in your Section 149. Why is this important? Because if you fail to disclose, you risk the transaction falling over, be it deliberate omission by your solicitors or conveyancer or by accident. You bear the risk, that’s why it’s important to hire a professional. As a buyer, if you want to understand the true value of the investment you are about to make, make sure you get your contract reviewed, prior to signing… It could literally save you thousands


In Victoria, similar to NSW, the property conveyancing legislation means that sellers must tell potential purchasers about their property prior to receiving a binding offer. This disclosure is known as a Section 32 and is the essential document in all Victorian conveyancing transactions. To purchase, without having this document reviewed by your lawyers or conveyancers prior to signing is to unnecessarily invite risk into the transaction. Best practice is to always have your contract reviewed and any necessary special conditions drafted by your representative. In all property transactions be sure to remember that your legal representative is the ONLY representative who has a legal and professional responsibility to act in your best interest.


Queensland has some of the most comprehensive conveyancing protocols across Australia in an effort to protect the interests of purchases against unscrupulous sellers and or agents. What this means for you is that the careful execution of the necessary compliance requirements is essential to ensure the smooth settlement of your property (without unnecessary delay and cost!). Save yourself the hassle and go with a firm dedicated to conveyancing excellence. We would love to help! Notably, you have to be a solicitor in Queensland in order to be legally able to settle properties in this great state!


As proud members of the Law Society of Tasmania, loves helping buyers and sellers across the island. Based on the Tasmanian legislation, both a buyer and seller are best advised to use the services of a professional to represent them in either their purchase or sale. Clients are advised to contact Think Conveyancing for a free quote and to understand how we look after your interests better and at a GREAT price.

South Australia

South Australia is the heartland of conveyancers! We love how the industry has grown here. Whilst we are a law firm, our team of local conveyancers in SA are AMAZING! Both buyers and sellers need a conveyancer to represent them. Having bought or sold a property, it’s important that you promptly engage a representative to facilitate the transfer of the property. As a law firm, we can perform both simple property conveyancing and complex out of scope conveyancing services for those of our clients who need a custom service.

Northern Territory

  • Darwin Conveyancing
  • Northern Territory State-wide Conveyancers
Like the other states, property law in the territory is unique. It requires the professional skills of a representative to ensure your interests in the purchase or sale are best protected. Our experienced team are making things happen each and every day for clients like you, making simple and complex property transactions possible. We would love to help

Other things to Think about when choosing a legal representative to represent you

Deciding on a legal representative for your sale or purchase is hard. We often hear from clients is they don’t know how to best evaluate the different offers put to them. Here at, all our offices are focussed on delivering Value. By value we mean balancing costs with protections. We know you don’t want to spend money unnecessarily, but to ensure your protection you are prepared to pay what is necessary. All our quotes seek to strike this balance. As our Legal Director puts it, “the scope of work we put forward, is exactly the same scope as we would perform for her Mum if she were buying or selling. No more. No less” Other things we often take for granted, but you should take into consideration include:
    • Insurance As a law firm, are required to hold with our regulator requisite professional indemnity insurance. This means, you are protected and our work is covered, affording you greater protection.
    • Trust Account Depending on the transaction, the use of a trust account may or may not be necessary. holds a Statutory Trust Account for use by our clients in the smooth settlement of their property. We are fully registered and audited, giving you confidence that our systems are robust and continually checked by external third parties, to ensure ongoing compliance. We take our work seriously (not ourselves).
    • Experience Across the firm, we are proud of the team of experience professionals who work for us. We can demonstrate experienced practitioners in all our offices who are dedicated to the craft of conveyancing and the on time settlement of your property. Check out our professionals today.
  • Ongoing Training At our practitioners are committed to ongoing training. Why go with a service provider whose skills are outdated. In the ever changing legal industry, we pride ourselves on ongoing training and professional compliance. This is at the core of our culture.
So the question begs, can we assist you with your conveyancing needs? GET YOUR FREE QUOTE
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