Services for Australians
Office Hours and Contact Details
The Australian Consulate-General in Bali is open from 8:00am to 4:00pm, Monday to Friday.
What We Can and Can Not Do
Assisting Australians overseas within limits
Consular Officers provide a wide range of services for Australian citizens in Indonesia. These include issuing passports; assisting citizens in trouble; providing lists of local doctors and lawyers; witnessing signatures and other notarial services; voting facilities for Federal and some State elections; and providing the latest consular travel advice. For a full list of what we can and cannot do for you please see the Consular Services Charter page.
Consular, Notarial and Passport Services
Applications for passports and for notarial services are by appointment only. Appointments can be made between the following times:
Monday 1.00pm - 4.00pm
Tuesday 8.30am - 12.00pm and 1.00pm – 4.00pm
Thursday 8.30am - 12.00pm and 1.00pm – 4.00pm
Friday 8.30am - 12.00pm
Clients who present at the Consulate-General to submit a passport application or for notarial services without an appointment will be asked to make an appointment and to then return at the appointed time.
Access to the Consulate-General for urgent consular matters and emergency passports is still permitted, pending availability of a consular officer.
Important Passport Announcement - How to lodge your passport application
All Australian citizens must lodge their passport application in person. Commencing 1 June 2015 overseas missions are no longer able to accept applications by mail or courier, nor applications lodged via another authorised person. This helps us to protect you, by protecting the security and integrity of your Australian passport and brings overseas missions into line with existing passport policies in Australia. Please contact us on the numbers listed above for further advice or to make an appointment to lodge your application.
Please note that child applications should be lodged in person by a parent or person with parental responsibility for the child. The parent or person lodging the application is not required to be an Australian citizen, but will need to bring photographic proof of their own identity to the appointment.
All information regarding visas and migration in Indonesia can be found on the Indonesian Visa and Migration page (in English). This includes links to information about visa applications, and contacting the Australian Embassy in Jakarta
Services and Information
- Online registration
- Marriage Overseas
- Australian Passports, Application form
- Consular Services and Advice, Consular Information and Travel Advice
- Travelling to Bali, This information may be helpful.
- Hospital / Medical Services, Info for Australians living in Indonesia
- Australian Embassy, Jakarta, Website of the Embassy in Jakarta
- Australian Government, Links to Australian Government Agencies
- Directory, Australian Telephone Directories from TELSTRA online
- For enquiries relating to Centrelink matters, please check the following website: www.centrelink.gov.au