A photography exhibition that celebrates the 70th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Australia and Ireland and commemorates a much longer relationship between our two countries and people.
Welcome to the Australian Embassy in Ireland
Standard Opening Hours
The Embassy is open 8.30am - 4.30pm Monday to Friday, except for public holidays. For a full list of public holidays please see here.
Visitor access to the Embassy is by appointment only. All visitors must present to the reception desk and provide current photographic identification (e.g. passport, driving licence).
Visitors with an appointment should advise the reception desk in order to announce their arrival.
PLEASE NOTE: Passport and Notarial visitors seeking to book an appointment for 1 May 2017 onward, are required to book online
Visitors for Passport and Consular emergencies should call 01 664 5300 to make an appointment.
Notarial services are by appointment only. Appointments are available between between 2.00pm - 4.00pm Monday to Friday. Please book an appointment here.
The fee schedule can be viewed here.
Passport clients are advised that ALL Passport application forms (both simplified Adult PC7 and PC8) MUST be lodged in person BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.
PLEASE NOTE: Passport applicants seeking to book an appointment for 1 May 2017 onward, are required to book on-line here.
From 1 July 2015 passport applications lodged overseas incur an additional overseas processing surcharge. The additional fee for adult (including senior) applications will be AUD$100 and for child applications will be AUD$50 in 2015. The fee will not apply to emergency passport applications.
The Australian Embassy in Dublin no longer acceptS payments made by cash or cheque. As part of streamlining our services, we will only be accepting payments made by debit or credit card (MasterCard, Maestro, Visa and Laser).
Please see Services for Australians. Applications are not taken over the counter without prior appointment.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is not responsible for any loss or damages whatsoever arising out of or in connection with the online appointment booking system. The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade reserves the right to omit, suspend or edit all information and/or services provided at any time in its sole discretion without giving any reason or prior notice. You are responsible for keeping apprised of all information and/or services provided in this booking system.
Visa services for Australian visas
The Embassy does not process or advise on visa, migration or citizenship applications. All inquiries must be directed to the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP), located at the Australian High Commission London. The DIBP Europe Service Centre can be contacted on 00 44 207 420 3690 between 1.00 pm and 4.00 pm, Monday to Friday or via the ‘contact us’ tool at www.border.gov.au.
Please see the Australian High Commission in London.
Australian Passport Holders Travelling to the United States from Ireland
All Australian passport holders eligible to travel to the United States under the Visa Waiver Program are required to follow new border entry procedures. For further information, please see our travel bulletin on entry into the United States.
Visa services for Irish visas
Please see the Irish Naturalisation & Immigration Services website.
Register of Australian citizens overseas
All Australians travelling or living overseas are encouraged to register with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade before they travel. You can register on line or in person at any Australian Embassy, High Commission or consulate.
Australian police clearance
If you require a \'criminal history check\' please download the form from the Australian Federal Police Website.
Resources for teachers
The Australian Embassy\'s Indigenous Resource Kit offers Irish school children a rare opportunity to learn about Aboriginal Australia. The Kit is contained in a large wheeled case and two plastic tubes. It contains artifacts such as didjeridoos, boomerangs and digging sticks, as well as books, DVDs, CDs, flags, large scale maps and teaching materials. It is available free to schools. Please see About Australia.