Australian Office

Welcome to the Australian Office, Taipei

Serving the interests of Australia and Australians in Taiwan


The Australian Office asks all members of our community to respect and adhere to the Taiwan’s Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) ’s directions, designed to keep us all safe.

Please be aware the Australian Office is currently experiencing a high volume of telephone calls and may not be able to respond to your call immediately. To help us to respond to all inquiries in a timely manner, please read the following:

  • For all Australian Passport enquiries, please email [email protected]

  • For enquiries about visas or entry into Australia, please visit the Department of Home Affairs website or speak to a Home Affairs officer on: +61 2 61960196

Thank you for your cooperation.

The Australian Office is still providing passport / notarial services by appointment only.

Australian Update on COVID-19

For the latest information on Australia’s entry requirements, visit COVID-19 and the border

Please refer to our travel advice and social media pages for further updates..


Further Information

Australian Government Coronavirus Information:

Department of Health:

Department of Home Affairs:


“Coronavirus Australia” app:  available for download in the Apple App Store or Google Play


Australia-Taiwan Friendship Year


40 years, 40 stories

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Latest News


Remarks by Representative Jenny Bloomfield at International Women's Day 2023 Lunch

9 March 2023

Full remarks


2023 NSW State election
6 March 2023

The 2023 NSW State election will take place on 25 March. If you’re in Taiwan, you can still take part by applying online to vote by post. Postal vote applications close 6pm, 20 March - apply as soon as possible to ensure the ballot reaches you in time for you to vote by election day.

In-person voting won’t be available overseas, but there will be drop off locations for your completed postal vote. Find the list of those locations on the NSW Electoral Commission website:

For more information, visit:


Press Release on Professor Deborah Cheetham Fraillon AO and Maestro Nicolette Fraillon AM Visit to Taiwan

 9 February 2023

Press Release


Representative Jenny Bloomfield End of Year Message

30 December 2022

Full Transcript


Joint Press Release on Australia-Taiwan Friendship Year Arts Exchange Partnership - Announcement of Inaugural Exchange Artists

27 December 2022

Joint Press Release


Joint Statement on the 2022 Global Cooperation and Training Framework (GCTF) Joint Committee Meeting

07 December 2022

Joint Statement


Remarks by Representative Jenny Bloomfield at '2022 Corporate Integrity Forum: Safe work, Safe Workplace, Safe Labor'

05 October 2022

Full remarks


Remarks by Representative Jenny Bloomfield at 'First Wave: Contemporary Australia and Taiwan Indigenous Fashion Exhibition'

27 September 2022

Full remarks


Remarks by Representative Jenny Bloomfield at SEMICON TAIWAN 2022 - Workforce Development Program: Women in Semiconductors Seminar

15 September 2022

Full remarks


Remarks by Representative Jenny Bloomfield at SEMICON TAIWAN 2022 - Sustainability Summit

14 September 2022

Full remarks


Important ETA update: Taiwan ordinary passport holders can now apply using the AustralianETA smartphone app

From 9 September 2022, masks are no longer required on flights travelling to Australia.​

From July 6 2022, the way you ​travel to and from Australia has changed. All travellers should be aware that:

  • People entering Australia do not need to provide evidence of vaccination status
  • People entering Australia do not need to complete the Digital Passenger Declaration or Maritime Travel Declaration
  • People leaving Australia will not be asked to provide evidence of their vaccination status
  • Unvaccinated visa holders do not​ need a travel exemption to travel to Australia.

It is important to remember that airlines, vessel operators and other countries may have specific requirements that travellers need to comply with.​


Useful Links

Commercial Section

Australian and New Zealand Chamber of Commerce Taipei 

Study in Australia
Business Envoy. Insights into the Australian Government\'s trade and investment agenda