Australia and sanctions
Contacts and links
You can register as a user of the Online Sanctions Administration System (OSAS) to contact DFAT in relation to sanctions permits.
Registered users of OSAS can submit an informal inquiry in relation to whether you need a sanctions permit for an activity, or a formal application for a sanctions permit.
Please use OSAS rather than mail or e-mail to contact us in relation to sanctions permits.
DFAT maintains a mailing list for people interested in receiving updates on Australian sanction laws, including updates to the Consolidated List of all persons and entities designated for the purposes of sanctions regimes implemented under those laws.
If you are already subscribed to the mailing list you can unsubscribe.
Your email address will only be used for the purpose of receiving updates to Australia's sanctions laws. We will not use your email address for any other purpose or share it without your consent. For more information see our privacy statement.
To contact us in relation to something other than a sanctions permit you can send mail to:
Australian Sanctions Office
R G Casey Building
John McEwan Crescent
Barton ACT 0221
Email email@example.com - including if you have any information in relation to a possible contravention of Australian sanction laws.