The Australian Embassy in Bangkok is the chief diplomatic mission of the Australia in Thailand and the current ambassador is H.E. Allan McKinnon.
The Australian Embassy in Thailand can provide a range of notarial and documentary services for Australian nationals in Thailand. It is recommended that before booking or applying for a notarial service, you must make sure you have selected the correct service and that the document will be accepted by the relevant receiving authority such as the local district office, immigration office, organization or other government agencies in Thailand.
Where is the Australian Embassy in Thailand located?
Australian Embassy, Bangkok
181 Wireless Road
How do I contact the Australian Embassy in Thailand?
Telephone No: +66 (02) 344 6300
What are the opening times of the Australian Embassy in Thailand?The Embassy is open from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm Monday to Friday except for embassy public holidays.
Do I need an appointment to visit the Australian Embassy?Yes, visitors of the Australian Embassy in Bangkok are required to have confirmed appointment. Appointment can be booked through the embassy website. The Australian national must bring his or her original passport and the printed appointment confirmation email.
Services provided by the Australian Embassy in ThailandCertificate of No Impediment
If you are an Australian national who plans to marry in Thailand, you need to obtain a Certificate of No Impediment issued by the embassy. If you are single and never been married, you only need to present your passport and if your marital status is divorced or widowed, you should present your decree absolute or your late spouse’s death certificate as evidence of this.Certified copies of Passports and other documents
The embassy provides a service certifying copies of original documents such as your passport, Australian Birth, Marriage or Divorce certificate. You need to present the original documents at the time of your appointment.
Australian Visa Services for Thai and Other Citizens in Thailand
The Australian Embassy in Bangkok does not process Visa applications in Thailand. The visa applications are handled by Australian VFS Thailand. The operations and services by the Australian Visa Application Centre are within the guidelines of client service principles of The Australian Government Department of Immigration and Citizenship.
Thai and foreign citizens who need visa information may contact an immigration specialist who has a vast experience in handling Australian visas such as:
- Tourist Visa - to visit Australia for a short period of no more than 90 days per visit
- Fiancée Visa - to bring your Thai fiancé or civil partner to Australia to get married.
- Partner Visa - to allow the unmarried partner or de factor relationship to immigrate to Australia.
- Spouse Visa – to allow the Thai spouse of UK citizens or permanent residents to immigrate Australia.
- Other Family Visa - to allow parents or children to visit and live with their Thai family members residing Australia.
Australian Embassy in Thailand: Public Holidays in 2020
|01 January||New Year's Day|
|06 May||Visakha Bucha Day|
|03 June||H.M. The Queen's Birthday|
|08 June||H.M. The Queen's Birthday|
|27 July||Substitute Holiday for Songkran|
|28 July||H.M. The King's Birthday|
|13 October||H.M. King Rama IX Memorial Day|
|07 December||Father's Day|
|25 December||Christmas Day|
|30 December||Additional Holiday|
|31 December||New Year's Eve|
6th Floor CCM Complex
77/77 Chalermprakiat Rama 9 Road
Mueang Phuket 83000 Thailand
Tel: +66 (0) 76 317 700
Australian Consulate in Chiang Mai
195/262 Moo Baan Sansaran 2 (Mod Chic), Soi 2/7
Banwaen, Hangdong, Chiang Mai 50230
Phone: +66 91 857 6996