Embassy & Consulates of Australia in China

 

Embassy of the Commonwealth of Australia in Beijing

Ambassador: H.E.Dr. Geoffrey William Raby
Address: No.21, Dongzhimenwai Dajie, San Li Tun, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100600
Tel: +86-10-51404111
Fax: +86-10- 51404204
Office Hours: 08:30-16:51 (Mon.-Fri. except public holidays)
E-mail: embassy.beijing@dfat.gov.cn
Website: http://china.embassy.gov.au/

Services for Australians in China
Tel for Emergencies: (+86)10 5140 4111
Office Hours: 08:30-12:30, 13:30-17:00 (Mon.-Fri. except public holidays)
Note:
1. In case of emergencies after working hours, please call the telephone and follow the recorded instructions.
2. If Australians need help or advice, they can visit the consular office of the embassy or consulate nearest to them during the office hours without an appointment.

Assistance that Consular Officials can provide for Australians in China
1. Issue emergent passports with a limited validity or travel documents if your passport is lost or stolen.
2. Provide help when something urgent has come up, such as natural disasters, civil disorder, an accident, serious illness or death.
3. Notify your kin when you have an accident in China.
4. Provide the latest travel advice.
5. Offer limited financial assistance in real emergencies, which is a small repayable loan. 6. Provide a list of lawyers and make visits to prison if you are arrested in China.
7. Witness and certify signatures.

If passport is lost or stolen in China , what they can do?
1. Report the loss of passport as soon as possible to the Embassy or Consulates in Guangzhou and Shanghai.
2. Get an official Lost Passport Report from the Police Station nearest to you.
3. Immediately apply for a new Australian passport to replace the lost one. They are required to provide a filled-in Application for an Australian Passport Overseas Form (PC8) with two standard passport photos, and submit the application during 8:30 am-12:00 noon, 1:30 pm-4:30 pm in working days. The passport fees are changeable on a monthly basis and only Chinese RMB is acceptable.

Consular Districts of the Embassy in Beijing:
Municipalities of Beijing, Chongqing, Tianjin; Autonomous Regions of Xinjiang, Inner Mongolia, Ningxia and Tibet; Provinces of Yunnan, Shandong, Sichuan, Shanxi, Shaanxi, Qinghai, Liaoning, Jilin, Henan, Heilongjiang, Hebei, Guizhou and Gansu.
 

 

Consulate General of the Commonwealth of Australia in Guangzhou

Consul-General Name: Mr. Sean Kelly
Address: 12/F, Development Centre, No. 3 Linjiang Road, Zhujiang New City
Postal Code: 510623
Tel: (+86)20 3814 0111
Fax: (+86)20 3814 0112
E-mail: guangzhou.consular@dfat.gov.au
Website: http://guangzhou.china.embassy.gov.au/
Office Hours: 08:30 - 17:00 (Mon.- Fri.)
Consular Regions: Fujian Province, Guangdong Province, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Hainan Province, Hunan Province
 

 

Consulate General of the Commonwealth of Australia in Shanghai

Consul-General Name: Mr. Tom Connor
Address: Level 22, CITIC Square, No.1168 Nanjing West Road, Shanghai
Postal Code: 200041
General Enquiries:
Tel: (+86)21 5292 5500;
Fax: (+86)21 5292 5511
E-mail: consular.shanghai@dfat.gov.au
Website: http://shanghai.china.embassy.gov.au/
Consular Regions: Shanghai Municipality, Jiangsu Province, Zhejiang Province, Anhui Province, Jiangxi Province and Hubei Province

 Public Holidays during 2019:

Date Day Holiday
January 1 Tuesday New Year's Day
February 4 - 6 Monday - Wednesday Chinese New Year
April 19 Friday Good Friday
April 22 Monday Easter
May 1 Wednesday International Labor Day
June 7 Friday Dragon Boat Festival
September 30 - October 2 Monday - Wednesday Chinese National Day
December 25 - 27 Wednesday - Friday Christmas Day


Please contact China Embassy in Australia if Australians will go to China.

 Recommended tours:
China Tours from Australia
China Tour from Sydney
China Tour from Brisbane
China Tour from Melbourne
China Tour from Canberra
China Tour from Perth

- Last modified on Aug. 23, 2019 -
Questions & Answers on Embassy & Consulates of Australia in China
Asked by saka from MONGOLIA | Nov. 03, 2018 09:46Reply
australian visa. Does the embassy have more information?
hi i'm from Mongolia and currently study in China.I want to apply for the Australian visa.But is so confusing..
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Answered by Swan from GERMANY | Nov. 04, 2018 19:10
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If so, you can try to check the relevant information from the official website of the Australia embassy in Beijing.
Asked by GLORIA from ECUADOR | Jul. 21, 2018 20:47Reply
Australian visa
Hi! I'm from Ecuador and currently studying in China. I want to apply for the Australian visa. But is so confusing.. any advice where to start? Does the embassy have more information?
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Answered by Hubery from UK | Jul. 22, 2018 18:59
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Hi, if you go there for sightseeing purpose, first, you need to provide a filled-out application form affixed with passport-style photo, your passport and its photocopy, residence permit in China, studying certificate as well as other required documents. Then, submit the application to the Australian embassy or consulate.
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