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  • 2023 Fringe benefits tax (FBT) return

    Use this form and instructions to prepare and lodge your fringe benefits tax (FBT) return by mail.

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    Get the form

    Download the Fringe benefits tax (FBT) return 2023 (NAT 1067, PDF 761 KB)This link will download a file.

    How to lodge the form

    1. Download, print and complete the paper FBT return.
    2. Post your return to:

    Australian Taxation Office
    GPO Box 9845
    [insert the name, state and postcode of your capital city]

    For example:

    Australian Taxation Office
    GPO Box 9845
    SYDNEY  NSW  2001

    Postcodes for each capital city

    Capital city


    Adelaide, South Australia


    Brisbane, Queensland


    Canberra, Australian Capital Territory


    Darwin, Northern Territory


    Hobart, Tasmania


    Melbourne, Victoria


    Perth, Western Australia


    Sydney, New South Wales


    Help completing this form

    To complete your FBT return you may need the 2023 Fringe benefits tax return instructions.

    Other ways to lodge your FBT return

    You can lodge your FBT return:

    More about FBT returns

    To have a printed copy of the FBT return sent to you:

    • use our automated self-help publications ordering service at any time – you need the full title of the publication or the NAT number, which is 1067
    • phone our Publications Distribution Service on 1300 720 092 between 8.00am and 6.00pm, Monday to Friday. You will be able to speak to an operator.

    For prior year FBT returns and instructions, go to Forms and instructions.

    For more information about FBT returns, including due dates and paying by instalments, see Lodging your FBT return and paying.

    If you don’t need to lodge an FBT return

    You don’t need to lodge an FBT return if you didn't have an FBT liability for the FBT year and you don’t pay your liability by instalments.

    Instead, send us a Fringe benefits tax – notice of non-lodgment by the time your return would otherwise be due. This will prevent us seeking a return from you at a later date.

    Last modified: 06 Mar 2023QC 71639