TranQuill, Level 2, 28 University Avenue, CANBERRA, ACT, 2601
+61 (0) 26140 5311

TranQuill Legal

TranQuill Legal are a law firm situated in the heart of Canberra, close to ANU and the Civic Centre.  We specialise in Immigration Law as well as offering expertise in Criminal Law.  We are also a notary public’s office, so are registered to certify legal documents for use in Australia and internationally.  This includes powers of attorney, wills, university degrees and transcripts, property deeds and general contracts.

Legal matters (especially migration related ones) are often confusing and the outcomes can deeply affect your life. It is important that you have a clear understanding of what’s going on and what your options are so that you can make the best decisions for yourself, your family and your business.

That is why we at TranQuill Legal take pride in our ability to cut through all the legal jargon to explain things in an easy to understand way. 

Our team is primarily focused on:
Migration and visa assistance
Notarial Services
Wills and Powers of Attorney

What makes us different?

Immigration Law

Need a visa for yourself or a family member? Want to settle in Australia but don’t know how? We can assist you with all your immigration needs.

More immigration law info

Notary Services

Need a document notarised, authenticated and/or legalised? We can help you with all your notary requirements.

More notary info

Legal Matters

Need a will? Got a legal matter that requires court representation? Been referred to the AAT? Contact us today and we can help and advise you.

More legal info

The TranQuill Team

The dedicated team at TranQuill Legal are made up of Lawyers, Registered Migration Agents and background support staff who aim for a smooth, day-to-day running of this friendly,
hard-working and knowledgeable law firm based in Canberra.
Read more about three of the senior staff below:

Owen Harris

Lawyer, Notary Public & RMA

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Bronwyn Huntley

Registered Migration Agent

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Krystal Curley

Head of Accounts

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Book a consultation

Call us on +61 (0) 2 6140 5311 today (or click the button below) and we can book you an appointment for either a notarisation, a migration consultation or a legal matter discussion at a time to suit you.

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We are proud of how hard we work for our clients here at TranQuill and feel we do a great job  
but don’t just take our word for it.  Here’s what our clients say:

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Maria Ma

Thank you so much for your efforts. I was really surprised and really amazed! In the blink of an eye…twas all done….
Thank you so much is not enough words to say – but thank you so much! You gave me this special gift, I owe you both”
September 2019

Mark Taylor

I can highly recommend using TranQuill migration services who have always been very professional, thorough and set realistic time frames on how long the process could take.  They have always answered all my questions and queries within a timely manner and provided great support.  My wife & daughters PR has been granted thanks to their hard work.  Thanks again to Owen and his team!
September 2019

Juliette F

 My husband and I highly recommend TranQuill. Going through the visa application process may have been one of the most stressful times in me and my husband’s lives. And Tranquill was there for us every step of the way. Bronwyn and Owen were responsive, frank and practical in their advice, and supportive through a very trying process. We also felt that they genuinely cared about us. What more could you ask for!
September 2019


Owen and his team are fantastic! They’re fast and professional and super responsive, we didn’t go through any hardship or problem during our case they did a really great job. We can’t recommend them enough, they’re truly a godsend. 
August 2019

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