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Welcome to the Australian Embassy in Ireland
Big Island / Small Island: Bringing the Hottest Dance from Australia to Ireland for Dublin Dance Festival 2013
The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust has been established to celebrate Her Majesty the Queen's unrivalled 60 year contribution to the Commonwealth and a life of public service. The Trust gives citizens and governments across the Commonwealth and beyond the opportunity to create a lasting tribute to Her Majesty. More.
The Embassy is open 8.30am - 4.30pm Monday to Friday, except for public holidays. For a full list of public holidays in 2013 please see here.
Notarial services are offered between 2.00pm - 4.00pm.
Passport clients are advised that as of 1 January 2011 ONLY a simplified Adult Renewal application (PC7) may be lodged by mail.
Please see Services for Australians. Applications are not taken over the counter without prior appointment.
Visa services for Australian visas
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.