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Australia has embassies around the globe and can help visiting and resident Australians in that country.

Whenever you travel, be sure to have the address and phone number of the Australian Embassy, as their services can be invaluable should you be faced with an emergency or other problem.

Migration Expert has compiled a list of all Australian embassies around the world. Use our categorised embassy list to find the embassy you are looking for.

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