Australian Embassy in Oslo Norway 3


Australian Embassy Address, Phone number, Location, Consular assistance number, Passport information, Opening hours, Email in Oslo, Norway

Address: Dampfaergevej 26, 2nd floor
Copenhagen DK-2100
Denmark

Phone: Telephone
+45 7026 3676
Fax
+45 7026 3686

Email: consular.ankara@dfat.gov.au

Fax:

Opening hours:

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Australian Embassy in Oslo, Norway official website: http://turkey.embassy.gov.au/

Australia Consular services

For any emergency consular assistance, please contact DFAT’s 24-hour Consular Emergency Centre

Within Australia: 1300 555 135

Outside Australia: +61 2 6261 3305

SMS: +61 421 269 080

AUSTRALIAN PASSPORT INFORMATION SERVICE

Phone: 131 232

Opening hours:8am�9pm Monday-Friday; 8:30am�5pm Weekends; Closed national public holidays

Email: passports.australia@dfat.gov.au

Australian Passport Official Website: www.passports.gov.au

NATIONAL RELAY SERVICE

For deaf, or have a hearing impairment or speech impairment, please contact through the National Relay Service

24-HOUR RELAY CALL NUMBERS

TTY/voice calls: 133 677
Speak and Listen: 1300 555 727
SMS relay: 0423 677 767

DFAT head office in Canberra

Address R.G. Casey Building
John McEwen Crescent
Barton ACT 0221 Australia

Contact numbers

Switchboard: +61 2 6261 1111

Fax: +61 2 6261 3111

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3 thoughts on “Australian Embassy in Oslo Norway

  • ulf Aass

    Hi, we have just come back from a fantastic holiday in Southern Australia where we have travelled from New South Wales in Sidney and Coogee Beach down the coast to Melbourne and back and we did not see any smoke from the terrible fires. We spent the last four days in Sidney and we did not for a moment notice a sign of smoke. Our point is that it is a shame that people do not not recognize that Australia is a perfectly safe Place to go as long as one follows the instructions from the authorities. It would be a pity if the fires result in people not going to your beautiful country because of he fires that are terrible, but limited to certain defined areas. We would encourage anyone to keep on visiting Australia with its friendly people and fantastcic surroundings!

  • Ronald Peter Leach

    My wife and I have booked to cruise from Bergen, arriving 17 Feb 2022 from Sydney via London. I have found difficulty in learning the present COVID rules for entering Norway from Australia, and hope that through your embassy we can get regular updates before our trip.

  • Ronald Peter Leach

    My wife and I have booked to cruise from Bergen, arriving 17 Feb 2022 from Sydney via London. I have found difficulty in learning the present COVID rules for entering Norway from Australia, and hope that through your embassy we can get regular updates before our trip.