The Australian Embassy in Dublin is closed on Monday 09 September for an Australian public holiday.
For urgent Consular assistance please contact the Consular Emergency Centre on +61 2 6261 3305.
Welcome to the Australian Embassy in Ireland's official web page
The Embassy’s role is to promote Australia’s interests in Ireland, and build on the extremely warm, friendly and productive relationship between our countries.
We also provide consular help and advice to Australians in Ireland, pass on news on upcoming events in Australia and in Ireland, and issue over 1000 Australian passports annually.
We are continually looking to update our website to make it more accessible, and to highlight the huge range of activities that go on between our two countries all the time – whether visits at the top of government, the growing number of business dealings, or sporting, cultural and educational exchanges. We are a small team, and can’t get to everything, but we want to support as much of this activity as possible.
We also publish a monthly Embassy Newsletter - Aussie Eire Waves. An online version is accessible via the News and Media Menu at the top of our webpage or you can subscribe to receive the newsletter via email here.
So if you know of anything that’s about to happen in Ireland that is related to Australia – or if you’d just like to give us some feedback on how we’re doing – don’t hesitate to drop us a line on firstname.lastname@example.org
This year, Indigenous Australia is coming to A Taste of West Cork & Dublin! The Australian Embassy together with the National Indigenous Culinary Institute is bringing a team of four Australian to Ireland for the Taste of West Cork and other activities in Dublin and surrounds. Led by the Bourke brothers of Sydney’s renowned “Rockpool” restaurant they bring with them menus devised under the guidance of master chef Neil Perry, using top quality Aussie “bush tucker” ingredients.
Click the image to the left to learn more about this exciting program of events or follow the link under the events heading above.
Register with Smartraveller
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. See Visiting Us.
Australian police clearance
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