List of diplomatic missions of Australia

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Diplomatic missions of Australia

The Commonwealth of Australia possesses an extensive network of diplomatic and consular missions. They are mostly maintained by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, with some smaller consular posts being run by Austrade. There are currently over 100 Australian missions overseas.[1]

As Australia is a member of the Commonwealth of Nations, its diplomatic missions in the capitals of other Commonwealth countries are referred to as High Commissions (as opposed to embassies).

Under the terms of the Canada–Australia Consular Services Sharing Agreement, the two countries provide consular services to each other's citizens at a number of locations around the world. At this time, there are 12 cities where Canadians can obtain consular services from Australian offices, and 19 locations where Canadian offices provide consular services to Australians. In an emergency, Australians can also seek assistance from British diplomatic missions around the world in the absence of an Australian consulate or embassy.

Honorary consulates are excluded from this listing.

History[edit]

After federation in 1901, Australia's presence abroad was largely limited to state and Commonwealth agents and trade offices. The United Kingdom played a defining role in Australia's foreign policy, limiting its need for missions abroad. In 1939 there were only two External Affairs officers posted overseas: one in London (known as Australia House), and one in Washington attached to the British Embassy.

The Second World War necessitated increased co-operation with foreign countries independent of the UK's Foreign Office. By 1940, a base of four missions had been established in Washington, Ottawa, London, and Tokyo, and as World War II progressed missions to Australia's wartime allies were established in Nouméa, Chongqing, and Moscow.

Australian diplomatic missions today number at over 100, although the number of Australian diplomats overseas has dramatically been reduced. Missions have been closed in Almaty, Damascus, Kupang, Lusaka, Algiers, Cape Town, Dar es Salaam, and Bridgetown.

Current missions[edit]

Africa[edit]

Host country Host city Mission Year opened Concurrent accreditation Ref.
 Egypt Cairo Embassy 1950
Countries:
[2]
 Ethiopia Addis Ababa Embassy 2014 [3]
 Ghana Accra High Commission 1957 [4]
 Kenya Nairobi High Commission 1976
Countries:
[5]
 Mauritius Port Louis High Commission 1984
Countries:
[6]
 Morocco Rabat Embassy 2017 [7]
 Nigeria Abuja High Commission 1960
Countries:
International Organizations:
[8]
 South Africa Pretoria High Commission 1946
International Organizations:
[9]
 Zimbabwe Harare Embassy 1980 [10]

Americas[edit]

Host country Host city Mission Year opened Concurrent accreditation Ref.
 Argentina Buenos Aires Embassy 1959
Countries:
[11]
 Brazil Brasília Embassy 1946 [12]
São Paulo Consulate-General [12]
 Canada Ottawa High Commission 1939 [13]
Toronto Consulate-General 1975 [13]
Vancouver Consulate 1975 [13]
 Chile Santiago de Chile Embassy 1946
Countries:
[14]
 Colombia Bogotá Embassy 2017
Countries:
[15]
 Mexico Mexico City Embassy 1967 [16]
 Peru Lima Embassy 1968
Countries:
[17]
 Trinidad and Tobago Port of Spain High Commission 2004
International Organizations:
[18]
 United States Washington, D.C. Embassy 1918
International Organizations:
[19][20]
Chicago Consulate-General 1971 [19]
Honolulu Consulate-General 1973 [19]
Houston Consulate-General 1982 [19]
Los Angeles Consulate-General 1971 [19]
New York City Consulate-General 1945 [19]
San Francisco Consulate-General 1946 [19]

Asia[edit]

Host country Host city Mission Year opened Concurrent accreditation Ref.
 Bangladesh Dhaka High Commission 1972 [21]
 Brunei Bandar Seri Begawan High Commission 1979 [22]
 Cambodia Phnom Penh Embassy 1957 [23]
 China Beijing Embassy 1973 [24]
Chengdu Consulate-General 2013 [24]
Guangzhou Consulate-General 1992 [24]
Hong Kong Consulate-General 1972 [24]
Shanghai Consulate-General 1984 [24]
Shenyang Consulate-General 2019 [24]
 East Timor Dili Embassy 2002 [25]
 India New Delhi High Commission 1943
Countries:
[26]
Bengaluru Consulate-General 2023 [27]
Chennai Consulate-General 2007 [28]
Kolkata Consulate-General 1970 [29]
Mumbai Consulate-General 1967 [30]
 Indonesia Jakarta Embassy 1950 [31]
Denpasar Consulate-General 1981 [32]
Makassar Consulate-General 2016 [33]
Surabaya Consulate-General 2017 [34]
 Iran Tehran Embassy 1968 [35]
 Iraq Baghdad Embassy 1974 [36]
 Israel Tel Aviv Embassy 1949 [37]
 Japan Tokyo Embassy 1940[e] [38]
Osaka Consulate-General 1947 [38]
 Jordan Amman Embassy 1975 [39]
 Kuwait Kuwait City Embassy 2004 [40]
 Lebanon Beirut Embassy 1967 [41]
 Laos Vientiane Embassy 1963 [42]
 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur High Commission 1955 [43]
 Maldives Malé High Commission 2023 [44]
 Mongolia Ulaanbaatar Embassy 2015 [45]
 Myanmar Yangon Embassy 1956 [46]
   Nepal Kathmandu Embassy 1960 [47]
 Pakistan Islamabad High Commission 1949 [48]
 Palestine Ramallah Representative Office 2000 [49]
 Philippines Manila Embassy 1946 [50]
 Qatar Doha Embassy 2016 [51]
 Republic of China (Taiwan)[f] Taipei Office 1981 [52]
 Saudi Arabia Riyadh Embassy 1974
Countries:
[53]
 Singapore Singapore High Commission 1965 [54]
 South Korea Seoul Embassy 1962
Countries:
[55]
 Sri Lanka Colombo High Commission 1946 [56]
 Thailand Bangkok Embassy 1952 [57]
Phuket Consulate-General 2016 [58]
 Turkey Ankara Embassy 1968
Countries:
[59]
Istanbul Consulate-General 2006 [59]
Çanakkale Consulate 2006 [59]
 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Embassy 1999 [60]
Dubai Consulate-General 2000 [60]
 Vietnam Hanoi Embassy 1952 [61]
Ho Chi Minh City Consulate-General 1994 [62]

Europe[edit]

Host country Host city Mission Year opened Concurrent accreditation Ref.
 Austria Vienna Embassy 1966 [63]
 Belgium Brussels Embassy 1959
Countries:
International Organizations:
[64]
 Croatia Zagreb Embassy 1992
Countries:
[65]
 Cyprus Nicosia High Commission 1975 [66]
 Denmark Copenhagen Embassy 1970
Countries:
[67]
 France Paris Embassy 1945
Countries:
[68]
Nouméa, New Caledonia Consulate-General 1940 [69]
Papeete, French Polynesia Consulate-General 2021 [70]
 Germany Berlin Embassy 1952 [71]
Frankfurt Consulate-General 2019 [71]
 Greece Athens Embassy 1964
Countries:
[72]
 Holy See Rome[g] Embassy 2008 [73]
 Ireland Dublin Embassy 1946 [74]
 Italy Rome Embassy 1949
Countries:
[75]
Milan Consulate-General 1968 [75]
 Malta Valletta High Commission 1967
Countries:
[76]
 Netherlands The Hague Embassy 1942 [77]
 North Cyprus Nicosia High Commission annex office[h] [66]
 Poland Warsaw Embassy 1973
Countries:
[78]
 Portugal Lisbon Embassy 1970 [79]
 Russia Moscow Embassy 1943 [80]
 Serbia Belgrade Embassy 1967
Countries:
[81]
 Spain Madrid Embassy 1969
Countries:
[82]
 Sweden Stockholm Embassy 1961
Countries:
[83]
  Switzerland Bern Embassy 1961 [i]
Countries:
[84]
Geneva Consulate-General 1961 [85]
 United Kingdom London High Commission 1910 [86]

Oceania[edit]

Host country Host city Mission Year opened Ref.
 Cook Islands Avarua High Commission 1994 [87]
 Fiji Suva High Commission 1964 [88]
 Kiribati Tarawa High Commission 1982 [89]
 Marshall Islands Majuro Embassy 2021 [90]
 Micronesia Kolonia Embassy 1987 [91]
 Nauru Yaren High Commission 1968 [92]
 New Zealand Wellington High Commission 1943 [93]
Auckland Consulate-General 2008 [93]
 Niue Alofi High Commission 2020 [94]
 Palau Koror Embassy 2019 [95]
 Papua New Guinea Port Moresby High Commission 1973 [96]
Lae Consulate-General 1974 [96]
 Samoa Apia High Commission 1977 [97]
 Solomon Islands Honiara High Commission 1982 [98]
 Tonga Nukuʻalofa High Commission 1980 [99]
 Tuvalu Funafuti High Commission 2018 [100]
 Vanuatu Port Vila High Commission 1980 [101]

Multilateral organisations[edit]

Organization Host city Host country Mission Concurrent accreditation Ref.
Association of Southeast Asian Nations Jakarta Indonesia Mission [102]
 United Nations New York City United States Permanent Mission [103]
Geneva Switzerland Permanent Mission [85]
OECD Paris France Permanent Delegation [68]
 UNESCO Paris France Permanent Delegation [68]
 World Trade Organization Geneva Switzerland Permanent Mission [85]

Gallery[edit]

Closed missions[edit]

Africa[edit]

Host country Host city Mission Year closed Ref.
 Algeria Algiers Embassy 1991 [104]
 Libya Tripoli Consulate-General 2011
 Tanzania Dar Es Salaam High Commission 1987 [104]
 South Africa Cape Town Consulate 1984 [104]
 Zambia Lusaka High Commission 1991 [104]

Americas[edit]

Host country Host city Mission Year closed Ref.
 Barbados Bridgetown High Commission 2004
 United States Atlanta Consulate-General 2012 [105]
 Venezuela Caracas Embassy 2002 [106]

Asia[edit]

Host country Host city Mission Year closed Ref.
 Afghanistan Kabul Embassy 2021 [107]
 Indonesia Kupang Consulate 1999 [108]
 Japan Fukuoka Consulate-General 2019 [109]
Sapporo Consulate 2019 [110]
 Kazakhstan Almaty Embassy 1999 [111]
Republic of China Nanjing[j] Embassy 1949 [112]
 Republic of China (Taiwan) Taipei Embassy 1973 [113]
 South Vietnam Saigon Embassy 1975 [114]
 Syria Damascus Embassy 1999 [115]

Europe[edit]

Host country Host city Mission Year closed Ref.
 Hungary Budapest Embassy 2013 [116]
 Ukraine Kyiv Embassy 2022 [117]
 United Kingdom Manchester Consulate 2001 [118]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Accredited as an observer mission.
  2. ^ Accredited as an observer mission.
  3. ^ Accredited as an observer mission.
  4. ^ Accredited as an observer mission.
  5. ^ closed in 1941, reopened in 1947
  6. ^ Australia does not have formal relations with Taiwan, since the establishment of relations with the People's Republic of China in 1973. Nonetheless, its office in Taipei functions as a de facto embassy.
  7. ^ The Australian Embassy to the Holy See is located outside Vatican territory in Rome.
  8. ^ According to the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the High Commission in Nicosia has an annex in North Nicosia.
  9. ^ Closed in 2014; reopened in 2022.
  10. ^ Opened in 1941 as a legation in Chongqing, moved to Nanjing in 1946, and upgraded to an embassy in 1948.

References[edit]

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  41. ^ "Australian Embassy, Lebanon". Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Retrieved 8 February 2022.
  42. ^ "Australian Embassy, Lao People's Democratic Republic". Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Retrieved 8 February 2022.
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  55. ^ "Australian Embassy, Republic of Korea". Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Retrieved 8 February 2022.
  56. ^ "Australian High Commission, Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka". Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Retrieved 8 February 2022.
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  76. ^ "Australian High Commission, Malta". Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Retrieved 8 February 2022.
  77. ^ "Australian Embassy, The Netherlands". Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Retrieved 8 February 2022.
  78. ^ "Australian Embassy, Poland". Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Retrieved 8 February 2022.
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  80. ^ "Australian Embassy, Russian Federation". Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Retrieved 8 February 2022.
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