Age requirements for ear and body piercing vary across states in Australia. Every piercing client in WA, SA, VIC & NSW, regardless of age, must bring valid identification to their appointment. In QLD, you can get pierced on any part of the ear and most parts of the body without providing photo identification.
Age requirements and consent needed for piercings (including Children’s Double Operator Ear Piercing):
Western Australia Piercing Ages
These areas include earlobes, conch, daith, helix, forward helix, industrial, flat, rook, snug, tragus, anti-tragus or any other piercing on the ear.
South Australia & Victoria Piercing Ages
New South Wales Piercing Ages
Queensland Piercing Ages
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Legal guardians can also provide consent:
A legal guardian needs to produce guardianship order/court order together with an ID of the child (birth certificate or passport). The legal guardian needs to also provide valid identification to confirm they are the nominated legal guardian named on the order.