Contacting the Office of National Intelligence


If you are interested in learning more about the Office of National Intelligence or applying for a role with us, please visit our Careers site(Opens in a new tab/window).

We do not accept unsolicited CVs but do maintain a talent register where you can submit a general expression of interest for employment opportunities. You can find out more about the register on our Entry Pathways page.

If you still need to contact us about a recruitment issue or are having problems applying for a job, please complete and submit the form below.

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Corporate and media enquiries

If you have a corporate or administrative enquiry, please call (02) 6266 0900.

Media organisations can submit enquiries via the following form

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The Office of National Intelligence is headquartered in the Robert Marsden Hope Building on National Circuit in Canberra. 

Public parking for those visiting the building is available around the National Archives of Australia building on King's Avenue and at 48 Macquarie St. Limited on-street parking is also available on Macquarie St and surrounding roads.

Postal address

All correspondence should be sent to our postal address: Locked Bag 6310, Kingston, ACT 2604.

Reporting security information and threats

The Office of National Intelligence does not investigate threats to national security.

If you know of something that could harm Australia’s security, please make a report to the National Security Hotline(Opens in a new tab/window) by phone (1800 123 400), email (​) or SMS (0429 771 822).

Alternatively, you can call the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation(Opens in a new tab/window) (ASIO) Central Office switchboard on 1800 020 648 (toll free) or the ASIO office in the capital city you live by calling 13 ASIO (13 27 46).

In an emergency call 000 (triple zero).


Further information and contacts

For more information on Australia’s national security, visit the Australian Government National Security website(Opens in a new tab/window).

To make a complaint regarding an intelligence agency or for further advice on making a public interest disclosure, please visit the website of the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security(Opens in a new tab/window).

Did the Office of National Intelligence Community contact me?

Be alert for scams involving emails or phone calls from people pretending to represent the National Intelligence Community. Emails may feature our logo in an attempt to appear legitimate.

We would never make unsolicited requests for payments or personal financial details.

If you're concerned that a phone call, message, voice mail or email you receive claiming to be from the Office of National Intelligence is not genuine, do not reply to it:

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