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Appendix 14: Summary of the overseas network Click to view related information - opens in new window

A comprehensive listing of the overseas network, including arrangements for the accreditation and responsibilities of overseas posts is available at the department’s website at www.dfat.gov.au/dept/index.html. These listings are updated regularly.

Table 37. Embassies, high commissions, consulates and multilateral missions managed by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (83 posts)

Country of location

City

Post type

Argentina

Buenos Aires

Embassy

Austria

Vienna

-Embassy/Permanent Mission to the United Nations

Bangladesh

Dhaka

High Commission

Barbados

Bridgetown

High Commission

Belgium

Brussels

Embassy/Mission to the European Union

Brazil

Brasilia

Embassy

Brunei Darussalam

Bandar Seri Begawan

High Commission

Burma

Rangoon

Embassy

Cambodia

Phnom Penh

Embassy

Canada

Ottawa

High Commission

Chile

Santiago

Embassy

China, People’s Republic of

Beijing
Guangzhou
Hong Kong SAR
Shanghai

Embassy
Consulate-General
Consulate-General
Consulate-General

Croatia

Zagreb

Embassy

Cyprus

Nicosia

High Commission

Denmark

Copenhagen

Embassy

East Timor

Dili

Mission

Egypt

Cairo

Embassy

Federated States of

Pohnpei

Embassy Micronesia

Fiji

Suva

High Commission

Country of location

City

Post type

France

Paris*
Paris

Embassy
Delegation to the OECD

Germany

Berlin

Embassy

Greece

Athens

Embassy

Hungary

Budapest

Embassy

India

New Delhi

High Commission

Indonesia

Jakarta
Bali (Denpasar)

Embassy
Consulate-General

Iran

Tehran

Embassy

Ireland

Dublin

Embassy

Israel

Tel Aviv

Embassy

Italy

Rome

Embassy

Japan

Tokyo

Embassy

Jordan

Amman

Embassy

Kenya

Nairobi

High Commission

Kiribati

Tarawa

High Commission

Korea, Republic of

Seoul

Embassy

Laos

Vientiane

Embassy

Lebanon

Beirut

Embassy

Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur

High Commission

Malta

Valletta

High Commission

Mauritius

Port Louis

High Commission

Mexico

Mexico City

Embassy

Nepal

Kathmandu

Embassy

Netherlands

The Hague

Embassy

New Caledonia

Noumea

Consulate-General

New Zealand

Wellington

High Commission

Nigeria

Lagos

High Commission

Pakistan

Islamabad

High Commission

Papua New Guinea

Port Moresby

High Commission

Philippines

Manila

Embassy

Poland

Warsaw

Embassy

Portugal

Lisbon

Embassy

Russia

Moscow

Embassy

Country of location

City

Post type

Samoa

Apia

High Commission

Saudi Arabia

Riyadh

Embassy

Singapore

Singapore

High Commission

Solomon Islands

Honiara

High Commission

South Africa

Pretoria

High Commission

Spain

Madrid

Embassy

Sri Lanka

Colombo

High Commission

Sweden

Stockholm

Embassy

Switzerland

Geneva
Geneva

Permanent Mission to the United Nations
Permanent Mission to the WTO/ Consulate-General

Thailand

Bangkok

Embassy

Tonga

Nuku’alofa

High Commission

Turkey

Ankara

Embassy

United Arab Emirates

Abu Dhabi

Embassy

United Kingdom

London

High Commission

United States of America

Washington DC
Honolulu
Los Angeles
New York
New York

Embassy
Consulate-General
Consulate-General
Consulate-General
Permanent Mission to the United Nations

Vanuatu

Port Vila

High Commission

Vatican City

Vatican City**

Embassy

Venezuela

Caracas

Embassy

Vietnam

Hanoi
Ho Chi Minh City

Embassy
Consulate-General

Yugoslavia

Belgrade

Embassy

Zimbabwe

Harare

High Commission

* The permanent delegation to UNESCO is located within the embassy in Paris.

Notes:

In Ramallah, the Australian Government opened the Australian Representative Office on 6 September 2000. The Office manages dealings with the Palestinian Authority in the West Bank and Gaza and has responsibility for Australia’s development assistance program for the Palestinians.

In Taipei, the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry maintains the Australian Commerce and Industry Office, the staff of which includes staff on leave-without-pay or seconded from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Austrade, the Department of Education, Training and Youth Affairs and the Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs.

** Embassy to the Holy See.

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Table 38. Consulates managed by Austrade (17 posts)

Country of location

City

Post type

Brazil

Sao Paulo

Consulate-General

Canada

Toronto

Consulate-General

Germany

Frankfurt

Consulate-General

India

Mumbai

Consulate-General

Italy

Milan

Consulate-General

Japan

Fukuoka
Nagoya
Osaka
Sapporo
Sendai

Consulate-General
Consulate
Consulate-General
Consulate
Consulate

New Zealand

Auckland

Consulate-General

Peru

Lima

Consulate-General

Romania

Bucharest

Consulate-General

Turkey

Istanbul

Consulate-General

United Arab Emirates

Dubai

Consulate-General

United States of America

Atlanta
San Francisco

Consulate-General
Consulate-General

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Table 39. Consulates headed by honorary consuls (45 posts)

Note: This list includes all locations for which a bilateral agreement is current.

Country of location

City

Angola

Luanda

Bolivia

La Paz

Brazil

Rio de Janeiro

Bulgaria

Sofia

Canada

Vancouver

Colombia

Bogota

Czech Republic

Prague

Ecuador

Guayaquil

Estonia

Tallinn

Finland

Helsinki

Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

Skopje

French Polynesia

Papeete*

Ghana

Accra

Greece

Thessaloniki

Indonesia

Balikpapan*
Kupang*
Medan*

Korea, Republic of

Pusan

Latvia

Riga

Lithuania

Vilnius

Malaysia

Kota Kinabalu Kuching Penang

Mexico

Guadalajara Monterrey

Mozambique

Maputo

Norway

Oslo

Pakistan

Karachi

Papua New Guinea

Lae

Russia

Vladivostok

Slovenia

Ljubljana

South Africa

Durban

Spain

Barcelona
Seville

Thailand

Chiang Mai
Koh Samui*

Ukraine

Kyiv

United Kingdom

Edinburgh
Manchester*

United States of America

Boston*
Denver
Detroit*
Houston Miami

Uruguay

Montevideo

* Currently vacant.

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Table 40. Places where Canada provides consular services to Australian citizens

Consular area

Canadian post responsible

Australian supervising post

Burkina Faso

Ouagadougou

Lagos

Cameroon

Yaounde

Lagos

Congo, Democratic

Kinshasa

Harare Republic of

Costa Rica

San Jose

Mexico City

Côte d’Ivoire

Abidjan

Lagos

Cuba

Havana

Mexico City

Ecuador

Quito

Caracas

Ethiopia

Addis Ababa

Nairobi

Gabon

Libreville

Lagos

Guatemala

Guatemala City

Mexico City

Guinea

Conakry

Lagos

Mali

Bamako

Lagos

Morocco

Rabat

Paris Embassy

Niger

Niamey

Lagos

Senegal The Gambia

Dakar

Lagos

Syria

Damascus

Cairo

Tanzania

Dar es Salaam

Nairobi

Tunisia

Tunis

Cairo

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Table 41. Places where Australia provides consular services to Canadian citizens

Consular area

Australian post responsible

Canadian supervising post

Burma

Rangoon

Bangkok

Cambodia

Phnom Penh

Bangkok

East Timor

Dili

Jakarta

Federated States of Micronesia
Guam
Marshall Islands
Northern Marianas
Palau

Pohnpei

Canberra

French Polynesia

Noumea

Wellington

Bali
Nusa Tenggara Barat

Bali (Denpasar)

Jakarta

Hawaii

Honolulu

Los Angeles

Kiribati

Tarawa

Wellington

Laos

Vientiane

Bangkok

Nauru

Suva

Canberra

New Caledonia

Noumea

Canberra

Samoa

Apia

Wellington

Solomon Islands

Honiara

Canberra

Tonga

Nuku’alofa

Wellington

Vanuatu

Port Vila

Canberra

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