Australian Embassy
Embassy address: Klarabergsviadukten 63, 8th Floor, Stockholm - Telephone: +46 (0)8 613 2900 - Fax: +46 (0)8 613 2982 || Postal address: Box 824, SE-101 36 Stockholm, Sweden

Welcome to the homepage of the Australian Embassy
in Stockholm, Sweden

This Embassy is privileged to serve Australia's interests in Sweden as well as in Estonia, Finland and Latvia. At this site you will find contact details for the Embassy and Australia's consulates in this region.

While Australia traditionally has been associated with its rich and unique flora and fauna, there is so much more to discover. Australia has a leading edge economy, exporting high-technology products such as telecommunications, medical equipment and computer software, while maintaining its traditionally strong position as an exporter of commodities, such as coal, iron ore, wheat and beef. Australia is today not just attracting surfers and backpackers but global corporations and small-to-medium size businesses who find Australia's well-developed and friendly environment a perfect hub for their Asian activities.

Our aim with these pages is to provide you with a resource guide to help you locate the information you need on Australia. Whether you are interested in doing business or investing in Australia, visiting on a holiday, studying or just learning more about our country, we hope you find this site of use. If you are an Australian citizen there is also information here on how the Embassy can assist you. We hope you will explore this site and discover the wealth of our country's fascinating diversity - we bid you welcome to us and to Australia.


Job Opportunity at the Australian Embassy

Consular and Passport Officer

The Australian Embassy in Stockholm is seeking applications from suitably qualified person for a full-time temporary 12-month position as the Consular and Passport Officer.

The job description, selection criteria and further details can be found here, files/stok/Consular and Passport Officer_2014 Duty Statement and Selection Criteria.DOCX

Applications must be received by close of business on Friday 5 December 2014.

Please note that the applications must address each of the selection criteria. Applications should be limited to three pages, including a one page CV (if desired) and a maximum two page statement addressing the selection criteria. Applications that do not address the selection criteria will not be considered.

Further information on how to address selection criteria is available at


Travelling to Australia this Christmas Season?

If so, make sure your Australian passport is valid or get it renewed well in advance of your travel

Some important facts to remember:

• Australian citizens MUST enter Australia on a valid Australian passport.
• If you’re a dual citizen you are not eligible for an Australian tourist visa in your other citizenship passport.
• It takes 10 working days to issue a new passport upon receiving a complete application form.

Visit our passport portal for comprehensive information and advice on how to renew your Australian passport.

Victorian State Election - 29 November 2014

A Victorian State Election will be held on 29 November 2014.  The Embassy in Stockholm will not be providing voting services for this State election.  Further information, including deadlines for enrolment and the postal vote application process can be obtained from the Victorian Electoral Commission's (VEC) website .

Raoul Wallenberg Awarded Honorary Australian Citizenship

On 6 May 2013, Australia awarded Raoul Wallenberg an honorary Australian citizenship. The award of honorary Australian citizenship is a symbolic recognition of Mr Wallenberg’s tireless devotion to human life during the Holocaust. This is the first time that Australia has bestowed such an honour.

Study in Australia - Discover a Future Unlimited

An Australian education equips people with the knowledge, skills and networks that will last a lifetime - and gives every student that studies in Australia the foundation they need for a Future Unlimited. Get to know more:



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