Australian Consulate-General
Guangzhou,China
Address: Level 11 & 12, Development Centre, No. 3 Linjiang Road, Zhujiang New City, Guangzhou 510623 - Tel: +86 20 38140111 - Fax: +86 20 38140112 - Visa Office Tel: +86 20 38140250 - AVAC Tel: +86 20 29106150;Visa Office Fax: +86 20 38140251

 Welcome to the Australian Consulate-General Guangzhou 

 

Notice

Australian Consulate-General, Guangzhou invites applications from Chinese nationals only for Consular / Passport Officer - Closing date: 9.00am, Monday 4 August 2014       

Due to popular demand the tour to Guangzhou of ‘Bridge of Memories: Exploring Identity, Diversity, Community’ an Australian exhibition in China has been extended. The exhibition is on display at the Guangdong Museum of Chinese Nationals Residing Abroad (http://gdhqbwg.com) until the 31 July 2014. Open Tuesday to Saturday 9:30 am - 17:00 pm. (closed Monday and Sunday).

Through personal accounts told by contemporary Chinese Australians, Bridge of Memories explores the little told story of migrants of Chinese descent who have come to Australia in the last 50 years. The loosening and then removal of racially discriminatory immigration restrictions from the 1950s onwards has made this the most active period of Chinese migration to Australia since the 1850s gold rushes. These Chinese Australians have come from China and many regions around South East Asia. Since arrival they have grown to prosper and contribute to all areas of Australian society. This exhibition celebrates their contribution.

Inaugural Australia-Guangdong Business Cooperation Council

On 5 December 2013 the Australia-Guangdong Business Cooperation Council (AGBCC) convened its inaugural annual meeting in Guangzhou. The AGBCC is assisting Australian and Chinese businesses recognise and take advantage of opportunities in each other's markets, while streamlining trade and investment between the two economies. The Council is made up of business representatives from both Australia and Guangdong, representing industries such as legal and financial services, resources, accounting, logistics and engineering.

Media Release: 4 December 2013 AGCBB and G20

Full list of members  

News in Brief

Statement on the Urumqi attack by the Australian Ambassador to China (22 May 2014)

Minister for Trade and Investment Andrew Robb invites Australian businesses to support one of Australia's biggest ever trade missions to China in April 

Guangzhou Post organizes first lawful export of narcotic samples to Australia (10 March 2014)

Statement regarding the Kunming attack from the Australian Ambassador to China

MEDIA RELEASE- AUSTRALIAN EMBASSY, BEIJING- 2014 Australian Writers’ Week in China (27 February 2014)

Minister for Foreign Affairs announces the appointment of Dominic Trindade as Australia's Consul-General in Guangzhou (11 February 2014)

Chinese business visitors set to benefit from multiple entry visas ( 7 February 2014)

For speeches archive, please click here   

Consular - Notarial Acts - Working Hours

Witnessing of Signatures for affidavits, bank documents and State Government documents including Driver's Licence renewals and property sale and transfer documents, is carried out every Thursday from 9:30am to 1pm. No appointment is required during these times.

Certifying copies of documents (except bank documents), witnessing signatures for Notice of Intended Marriage and Certificates of No Impediment to Marriage can be done from 3pm to 4pm Monday to Friday.

In an emergency for processing notarial acts outside working hours, please contact us to make an appointment.   

Australian Passport - Counter Working Hours

Passports applications may be lodged between 9:00am and 12:00pm Monday to Friday.

On-line registration for Australians overseas     

 

 


 

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