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Australian Permanent Mission and Consulate-General
This year’s Anzac Day Service will take place at 11 am on Saturday 25 April at the Commonwealth War Graves, St Martin’s Cemetery, Vevey. For further information please see under the Events section of the website.
Out of Hours (emergencies only)
For emergencies out of office hours please call +41 (0) 22 799 9100 – the recorded message will give instructions on connecting to the 24-hour Consular Emergency Centre in Canberra on a toll-free number.
Consular and Passport Information
Information for Australian Citizens, Citizenship, Birth Registrations, Travel Advice, Visas to Australia or Papua New Guinea, may be found in the Australian Consulate-General (Services for Australians) section.
Passport fees will increase on 1 January 2015. Read more about the new fees.
There is currently no Honorary Consul in Zurich. All passport applications must be lodged with the Consulate-General in Geneva until further notice.
The Australian Permanent Mission to the United Nations offers the opportunity for Australians to undertake voluntary internships on a self-funded basis.
Universal Periodic Review - 21st Session
Statement on Guinea-Bissau by Mr Rick Macourt, 23 January 2015
Statement on Armenia by Ms Lauren Stasinowsky, 22 January 2015
Statement on Kenya by Ms Emily Hill, 22 January 2015
Statement on Lesotho by Mr Rick Macourt, 21 January 2015
Statement on Spain by Ms Lauren Stasinowsky, 21 January 2015
Statement on Lao People's Democratic Republic by Ms Tanya Bennett, 20 January 2015
Statement on Guinea by Mr Rick Macourt, 20 January 2015
Statement on Kiribati by Ms Tanya Bennett, 19 January 2015
Statement on Kyrgyzstan by Ms Lauren Stasinowsky, 19 January 2015
All Australians travelling overseas, whatever the reasons and however long you'll be away, are encouraged to register with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade before travel. You can register on-line or in person at any Australian Embassy, High Commission or Consulate. The information you provide will help us to contact you in an emergency - whether it is a natural disaster, civil disturbance or a family issue. It may also be used to pass other information to you such as updated Travel Advice and notice of elections.
Information about risks overseas is contained in the Department's travel advisories. These and other travel tips to help you better prepare for your overseas trip can be found at smartraveller.gov.au You can also subscribe to automatically receive email updates each time we change our travel advisories.