Australian High Commission
Malta
with Non-Resident Accreditation to Tunisia

Australian High Commission et Ambassade d'Australie en Tunisie

 Australian High Commissioner, H.E. Ms Julienne Hince

The Australian Government provides emergency 24 hour consular assistance. If you are an Australian citizen requiring urgent consular assistance:
  • Call the chancery switchboard on +356 2133 8201

If we cannot take your call you will be provided the option to be transferred to the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade's 24 hour Consular Operations Centre in Canberra

  • Call the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade's 24 hour Consular Operations Centre directly on:

                                                    +61 2 6261 3305 from overseas

                                                    1300 555 135 from within Australia

                                                    +61 421 269 080 for SMS

 

 

NEWS

ANZAC Day Commemorative Service

9.30am at Pietà Military Cemetery
Thursday 25 April 2019

To commemorate Australian and New Zealand personnel who have served their country during times of conflict and crisis, a service will be held on the anniversary of the Gallipoli landings at ANZAC Cove.

The Service is open to the public who are requested to be seated by 9.15am. Members of the public who wish to lay a wreath are welcome to do so, once invited by the Master of Ceremonies. Military medals may be worn.

Guests may wish to wear sunhats or bring sun umbrellas.
Sun screen is also recommended.

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Australian Federal Election 2019

The 2019 Australian Federal Election will be held on Saturday 18 May 2019. If you are an eligible Australian citizen living overseas you can still participate but you need to be enrolled.

To check your enrolment details visit www.aec.gov.au. The deadline for enrolling or updating your details for the Federal Election has now passed.

Early voting at the Australian High Commission in Malta will be from Wednesday 8 May 2019 until Friday 17 May between the hours of 8:30am to 3:30pm (note: not open for voting on the weekend of 11-12 May or on 18 May). Alternatively, you can apply for a postal vote online now at www.aec.gov.au.

If voting in person, please note the following:

·         For security reasons, you will need to show photo ID to be allowed access to the voting area

·         Large bags will not be allowed into the voting area – handbags and similar small bags are acceptable

·         Be prepared for a queue – note that we do not have public toilet facilities at the High Commission

  • Be prepared with your personal and Australian details - you will first be asked to complete a “pre-poll envelope”. This envelope will require you to write personal details including your name, current residential address, and the address where you are enrolled to vote within Australia. This envelope also asks for your current Australian passport number or Australian drivers licence number – if you don’t currently have either of these, you can still vote.  

If you are overseas and unable to vote, complete an overseas notification form and return it to the AEC. Being overseas is a valid reason for not voting.

Staff at the Australian High Commission in Malta cannot answer questions relating to your enrolment, or personal voter circumstances with regard to voting in this election. Please check the AEC website or contact the AEC directly on phone +61 2 6160 2600, or via their online enquiry form.

 

Australian Foreign Policy White Paper

Australia is closely connected to the world. To ensure we benefit from our international links, the Government has developed a plan - the Foreign Policy White Paper. An overview of the Foreign Policy White Paper is available in French here.

 

Join Australia's Global Alumni...

Australia is one of the most popular destinations for international students seeking a world class education. We have welcomed more than two and a half million foreign students over the past six decades, of whom 90,000 have been supported through scholarships provided by the Australian Government. A tertiary education is forever and stuydying in Australia is the experience of a lifetime. This is not a bond broken at graduation. So, if you are one of Australia's Global Alumni, the Australian High Commission, Malta wants to reconnect!

Register at globalaumni.gov.au