The Australian Embassy in Warsaw
Diplomatic representation of Australia.
Information on consular services and contact details such as address, telephone number and email of the
Australian Embassy in Warsaw. Consular services consist of Visa applications, passports, consular statements, legalisation of documents and more. Contact the Embassy directly for more information and details on services offered.
Warsaw - Poland
The Embassy of Australia in Warsaw
ul. Nowogrodzka 11
Warsaw 00-513, Poland
+48 22 5213 444
+48 22 6273 500
Ambassador Ms Jean Dunn
Hours of Operation
The Embassy is open from 9:00 -16:30
Monday to Friday except public
holidays. Routine enquiries between
13:00 - 14:00 by appointment only
Australian Embassies and High Commissions are bilateral missions of Australia in foreign countries and sovereign states. Australian Embassies and High Commissions promote the interests
of the Australian government abroad. Embassies and High Commissions also play an important role in cultural affairs and contacts with the press. The difference between an Embassy and an High Commission is
that countries from the Commonwealth have high commissions instead of Embassies in each other's capitals. In all other countries not being part of the Commonwealth there are Australian Embassies.
- This website provides general contact information like address, telephone number, faxnumber and email address of the Australian Embassy in
Warsaw. For more detailed Embassy or High Commission information you can
visit the official website of the Australian Embassy in
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visas and Australian passports. All the application forms and procedures are available at the Embassy or High Commission in your home country.
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