Australian Embassy and Permanent Mission to the United Nations
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary, Slovakia and Slovenia


The Australian Embassy in Vienna and Permanent Mission to the UN is accredited to Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia, and to the International Organisations in Vienna.

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Relocation of the Australian Embassy and Permanent Mission to the UN


The Australian Embassy and Permanent Mission to the UN in Vienna has moved. The Embassy has relocated from its location near Karlsplatz to the Icon building at Vienna's Central Railway station.


Consular services will exclusively be provided by appointment at the new Embassy premises located at The Icon building.


The new address is:

Australian Embassy and Permanent Mission to the UN
The Icon
Gertrude-Froehlich-Sandner-Str. 2
1100 Vienna



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   COVID-19 Notice



The health and safety of Australians overseas is our highest priority. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and in support of host government protocols in place, we are limiting appointments to essential passport and notarial services. Please consider your need for an appointment at this time and whether your service can be deferred to a later date. Note our ability to provide some services may be limited.  See Services for Australians for more information.

As the Embassy wants to provide a safe environment for both staff and visitors, we ask that everyone visiting the Embassy takes care to protect themselves and others from illness. From Monday 17 January all visitors will be required to present proof of vaccination, recovery from COVID-19 or a negative PCR test no older than 48 hours on arrival at the Embassy (so-called, "2.5G"). Please also:

  • wear an FFP2 face mask
  • practice good hygiene
  • stay home if you’re unwell
  • self-quarantine as soon as possible if you think you have symptoms of COVID-19

Please see our Frequently Asked Questions on COVID-19


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Australia Day 2022

It’s time to get creative for the chance to win a hamper of Aussie treats! Share your favourite photos or artwork on what “Reflect. Respect. Celebrate.” means to you this Australia Day.  Visit our Australia Day web page for more details.

Remembrance Day 2021


Remembrance Day  is one of the most significant and poignant days on the Australian calendar, as we unite to pause, remember, and honour Australian service personnel who have died or suffered in wars, conflicts, and peace keeping operations. Our nation stands in silent reflection for one minute on 11 November to commemorate and honour the courage and sacrifice of all Australians who have served their country.    

Remembrance Day marks the anniversary of the guns falling silent on the Western Front at 11 am on 11 November 1918 after the bloodshed of the First World War.

For more information, please see the webpage of the Australian War Memorial at:


LGBTI: Supporting equal rights

Embassy staff at Vienna Pride 2021 (copyright: Australian Embassy)

Australia believes that nobody should be discriminated against for who they are or who they love. Valuing diversity and promoting inclusion benefits everyone.

On this basis, Australia joined 44 embassies, diplomatic missions, and international organisations based in Vienna, Austria, in support and recognition of the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOBIT) on 17 May 2021, and joined the Vienna Pride on 19 June.  See full statement of the Diplomats for Equality group.

In Hungary, the Australian Embassy joined the statement of 41 diplomatic representations and cultural institutions in support of the 26th Budapest Pride Festival taking place from 25 June to 25 July 2021.  Please read the joint statement issued on 19 July ahead of the 24 July Pride March here.

To mark the 2021 Pride events on 24 July and 21 August in Slovakia, Australia joined 44 diplomatic representations, human rights institutions, and the City of Bratislava, and issued a statement to reaffirm our commitment to protecting and defending the human rights of all. For the full statement, please refer here.





Celebrating NAIDOC week: 4-11 July 2021


Sunday 4 July marks the beginning of NAIDOC week in Australia - a celebration of the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians.

Communities throughout Australia hold activities and celebrations during NAIDOC week, including community barbeques, historical visits and cultural performances.  NAIDOC originally stood for ‘National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee’. 

During NAIDOC week, Australia highlights the significance of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and heritage as part of Australia’s national identity.  This year’s theme, Heal Country, calls for continued focus on greater protections of Australia's lands, waters, sacred sites and cultural heritage. 

To learn more about NAIDOC week, see


National Reconciliation Week - 27 May – 3 June


Australia marks National Reconciliation Week every year from 27 May to 3 June, during which we celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and promote reconciliation with non-Indigenous peoples.

These dates commemorate two significant milestones in the Australian reconciliation journey — starting with the successful 1967 referendum when more than 90 per cent of Australian voters chose ‘Yes’ to count Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the census.  The week ends on the anniversary of Australia’s land High Court decision in the Mabo case when the court recognised native title for the first time.

2021 marks almost three decades of Australia’s formal reconciliation process and incorporates the theme ‘More than a Word, Reconciliation Takes Action’, which urges those that are involved in the reconciliation movement toward braver and more impactful action.

For more information on what reconciliation action the Australian Department for Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) is taking, visit here.


The Contribution of Indigenous Australia to our diplomacy


On 20 May 2021 Frances Adamson, Secretary of the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, gave an important speech outlining how the department intends to build Indigenous Australia into its diplomacy and create an authentically Australian foreign service.

Read her speech here.


International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOBIT) - 17 May 2021

Australia joins citizens from around the world in celebrating the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOBIT) on 17 May 2020.  This important day celebrates diversity and inclusion and raises awareness of the work still needed to combat discrimination against LGBTIQ+ people around the world. Valuing diversity and promoting inclusion benefits everyone.

Australia has joined 44 embassies, diplomatic missions, the Austrian Foreign Ministry and international organisations based in Vienna, Austria, in welcoming IDAHOBIT.  See full statement of the Diplomats for Equality group.


His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh


Messages of condolence on the passing of His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh can be made using the online or downloadable form at  Messages will be sent to Buckingham Palace and archived by the Commonwealth of Australia.


The Australian Embassy and Permanent Mission in Vienna held an exploratory discussion about expanding business and investment opportunities between Austria and Australia via a new networking platform, ABIE Austria, on 31 March.

For those who did not have an opportunity to attend, find out more via this brief concept note.

Appointment of Australian Honorary Consul in Bosnia and Herzegovina 

Australian Embassy is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms Elvedina Busuladžić as Honorary Consul for Australia, resident in Sarajevo with jurisdiction throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Ms Busuladžić is an experienced businesswoman who has strong professional networks and experience in Australia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. As a dual national with citizenship of Australia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ms Busuladžić has strong ties with both countries. Ms Busuladžić lived in Perth, Western Australia, for five years until 2010, and maintains strong linkages with her personal and professional connections in Australia. She lives in Sarajevo with her family.

There are approximately 8,500 Australians visiting Bosnia and Herzegovina annually. The Australian Consulate in Sarajevo provides consular and passports services to Australians in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Contact details for the Australian Consulate are as follows:

Australian Consulate
Strossmayerova 1/1
71000 Sarajevo
Bosnia and Herzegovina

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