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A celebration of Australia delivered in a country or region of strategic significance.
Ensuring Australia continues to build soft power and exercise influence effectively.
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.
Foreign Minister Payne has launched the 2017-18 Consular State of Play – a snapshot of consular services provided by DFAT to Australians overseas.
298 passengers and crew were killed when a surface-to-air missile shot down the civilian aircraft carrying loved ones home, on holiday and to work.
We warmly welcome the news that 12 boys and their soccer coach have been found alive after being trapped for nine days in a flooded cave.
Passports are Australia’s most secure and technologically advanced form of ID, used by around 9 million Australians to travel overseas every year.
The organisations have been awarded Smartraveller grants for innovative projects helping Australians make informed decisions about how, when and where
We remind Australians to travel smart over the holidays, and start their travel planning well before departure.
It is no longer an offence for Australian citizens to enter, or remain in al-Raqqa province without a legitimate purpose.
The Consular State of Play is a statistical snapshot of consular assistance provided to Australians abroad by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Tr
As a significant part of our growing tourism industry, working holiday makers contributed $3.2 billion to the Australian economy in 2016.
Each year, consular officers in the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade assist around 16,000 Australians overseas.
The Australian Government condemns in the strongest possible terms the horrifying attack carried out in Kabul on 31 May.
An Australian kidnapped in Yemen in October last year has been released and is safe and well.
The Australian Government has received information to suggest terrorists may seek to target commemorations on the Gallipoli Peninsula.
Assistant Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment, Keith Pitt, will address the Canberra Aviation and Corporate Travel Summit on Wednesday morning.
The Australian Government has been notified today of the detention of three Australian citizens in Shanghai.
The Australian Government condemns the Bastille Day attack in Nice which has left many people dead and injured.
We now advise Australians to reconsider their need to travel to Ankara and Istanbul.
Filmed over several months in 2015, this series follows our consular staff in Thailand, Vietnam and Laos as they assist Australians in need.
Tourism Minister Colbeck, and Tasmanian Environment, Parks and Heritage Minister Groom cut the ribbon on Australia’s newest wilderness experience.
The 2016 Airline Excellence Awards announced yesterday highlight that tourists in Australia are serviced by the highest quality airlines in the world.
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