innovationXchange is DFAT's development innovation hub.
To help Australians avoid difficulties overseas, we maintain travel advisories for more than 170 destinations.
The Australian Passport Office and its agents are committed to providing a secure, efficient and responsive passport service for Australia.
The information you provide will help us contact you in an emergency.
The grants will support seven innovative projects to build understanding and opportunity between the people of Australia and Southeast Asia.
The Australia-ASEAN Council supports gender equality and women’s empowerment through sport.
This is a different kind of trade success story, as regional governments create their own tailor-made connections with Asia.
USQ has an important role to identify the main trade and economic agricultural issues capitalising on the growing world food demand.
The stories of six inspiring women from across Australia and Asia have been recorded in a video series that aims to inspire younger women.
Schools from across Australia and Asia are partnering to improve teaching practice and cross-cultural awareness.
AAC Board Members and ASEAN Diplomatic Heads of Mission at Wellcamp Brisbane West Airport, Toowoomba.
Young leaders from Australia and Vietnam meet in Sydney for the inaugural Australia-Vietnam Young Leadership Dialogue.
An ambassador program is taking young Australian students to Thailand to work in Thai schools and experience authentic Thai culture.
TEKY’s mission is to empower Vietnamese children and students for a rapidly evolving workforce, better shaping their future careers as techno-preneurs
Australian Ambassador to the Philippines HE Amanda Gorely recently hosted a Gala Event in Manila to celebrate 70 years of diplomatic relations between
These young innovators are founders of enterprises that address poverty, health, education, technology and environmental degradation.
The Australia-ASEAN Council has marked its first anniversary since it was established by the Foreign Minister Julie Bishop on 8 September 2015.
The Minister for Foreign Affairs has announced 13 successful recipients of the second round of Australia-ASEAN Council (AAC) grants.
The Australia-ASEAN Council (AAC) is delighted to support performances by the Cambodian circus company Phare Circus at the 10th OzAsia Festival.
The second Australia-ASEAN Council Grant Round.
Fifteen teachers from Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam completed 12 days of formal and on-the-job training at 15 partner schools across Australia.
The inaugural Australia-ASEAN Council (AAC) grants have been announced.
The AAC Grant round will open at 9:00am AEST on Wednesday 16 September and close 12 noon AEDT Wednesday 14 October.
The Australia-ASEAN Council (AAC) board members were appointed by the Minister for Foreign Affairs in June/July 2015.
Page 1 of 2