Australian Office
Taiwan

About us

About Australian Office Taipei

The Australian Office Taipei represents the interests of Australia and Australians in Taiwan. The Office is headed by the Representative (Mr Gary Cowan). The make-up of the Office reflects the multi-faceted nature of the Australia-Taiwan relationship. Located in the President International Tower in Taipei, the office includes the Commercial Section, a Consular and Administrative Section, a Media and Culture Unit, and an Economic and Policy Section.

Mr Gary Cowan biography

 

Contact information

Address:

THE PRESIDENT INTERNATIONAL TOWER,
27th-28th Floors No. 9-11
SONG GAO ROAD, TAIPEI

ph: (886) 2 8725 4100
fax: (886) 2 8789 9599

 

 

You can use the following public transport services to find us:

1. Bus Stop:

The following bus routes stop at City Hall MRT Staion:

28,32,202,212,232,261,263,270,281,651,669

The following bus routes stop at City Hall:

Blue 5, 282,266,20,284,612,621,650,611,665,647,902,32,46,245(Route A),266,277,281,294(Route B),537,651,669,912,Blue 10

The following bus routes stop at World Trade Centre:

207,282(Route B),292,625,1,22,33,37,38,226,288,266(Route B),Xin Yi Line


2. Nearest MRT station: City Hall, Exit 2
 

Opening hours

Monday to Friday (Closed on AO holidays)
08:45 - 12:30
13:30 - 17:15

 

AO Public Holidays in 2019

1 January        

Tuesday

New Year’s Day

4 February

Monday

Chinese New Year Eve

5 February

Tuesday

Chinese New Year

6 February

Wednesday

Chinese New Year

5 April

Friday

Tomb Sweeping Day

19 April

Friday

Good Friday

22 April

Monday

Easter Monday

7 June

Friday

Dragon Boat Festival

13 September

Friday

Moon Festival

10 October

Thursday

National Day

11 October

Friday

National Day Holiday

25 December

Wednesday

Christmas Day

26 December

Thursday

Boxing Day

27 December

Friday

Additional DFAT Holiday

 

AO Public Holidays in 2020

1 January       

Wednesday

New Year’s Day

24 January

Friday

Chinese New Year Eve

27 January

Monday

Chinese New Year

28 January

Tuesday

Chinese New Year

10 April

Friday

Good Friday

13 April

Monday

Easter Monday

25 June

Thursday

Dragon Boat Festival

26 June

Friday

Dragon Boat Festival

1 October

Thursday

Moon Festival

2 October

Friday

Moon Festival

9 October

Friday

National Day in lieu

25 December

Friday

Christmas Day

28 December

Monday

Boxing Day

29 December

Tuesday

Additional DFAT Holiday