What is PEPPOL?
PEPPOL eDelivery Network – An Overview
PEPPOL ‘BIS’ Specifications – An Overview
PEPPOL Reach and Country Profiles
Australia - Country Profile
New Zealand - Country Profile
Germany - Country Profile
Singapore - Country Profile
France - Country Profile
Sweden - Country Profile
Italy - Country Profile
Poland - Country Profile
Norway - Country Profile
Netherlands - Country Profile
England - Country Profile
Denmark - Country Profile
Belgium - Country Profile
Austria - Country Profile
Australia – Country Profile
National e-invoicing Context
Australia and New Zealand announced the adoption of the PEPPOL framework for e-invoicing in February 2019.
Both countries established separate PEPPOL authorities in October 2019 and are working together to create a seamless business environment.
The common approach to e-invoicing is another step in the digital transformation of both economies and to harness the opportunities it brings to deliver benefits to our communities.
Localisation of PEPPOL in Australia
The following PEPPOL components have been localised for use in Australia:
- Annex 5 to the Transport Infrastructure Agreements
- Localisation of PEPPOL BIS Billing 3.0 to support Australian tax and business requirements
- A-NZ invoice specification (mandatory)
- A-NZ self-billing specification (optional).
Service Providers looking to provide Access Point or Service Metadata Publisher services in Australia and/or New Zealand should comply with the Annex 5 requirements in each country they operate in.
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) operates the Australian PEPPOL Authority. The ATO is the Australian Government’s principal revenue collection agency and administers Australia’s tax system and significant aspects of Australia’s superannuation system, as well as the Australian Business Register, supporting the delivery of government benefits to the community.
The Australian PEPPOL Authority works closely with the service provider and business community to develop the localised requirements and provides support to Access Point and Service Metadata Publisher Providers in Australia.
You can contact the Australian PEPPOL Authority by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.