You can simply choose a white wall if there is one in your house (or you know someone that has white walls), or you can create one by taping up white butcher paper or pinning up a white sheet.
Child applicants aged 16 or 17 are issued with 10-year passports.
Each time a child needs a new passport, a full application must be completed, using an: Each child passport application must be supported by original documents to prove the child's identity and citizenship.
Written consent must be given by each person who has parental responsibility for the child to have an Australian travel document.
The application form includes a section for parental consent which must be signed.
What additional documentation needs to accompany the application depends on a number of factors, including when and where the child was born.
If you are not in touch with your child's other parent/guardian, or if that parent/guardian refuses to give consent, you can apply to the District Court for a court order, which will allow the Passport Office to issue the passport without that consent.