Australian Consulate-General
Bali
Bali, Nusa Tenggara Barat and Nusa Tenggara Timur
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Latest travel advice for Indonesia

For Australians travelling in or to Indonesia

For Australians travelling in Indonesia or planning to travel to Indonesia, please refer to the Australian Government’s Smartraveller website for latest news and information related to your trip. Travel advice is reviewed and updated regularly. We also strongly advise you to register yourself with our Embassy or Consulate-General through the self-registration portal.


For international visitors travelling to Australia

For international travellers travelling to Australia, please be aware that Australia has closed its borders to all non-citizens and non-residents. Exemptions are available for Australian citizens, permanent residents and their immediate family, including spouses, legal guardians and dependants.


For Australians planning to return or for international travellers planning on travel to Australia

Please visit the Australian Government’s Department of Home Affairs website for the latest advice in relation to travelling to Australia and for further information on the Australian government’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) isolation requirements.


Consular, passport and notarial services

The Consulate-General remains open Mon-Fri for normal business hours (8am – 4pm). Consular, notarial and passport services continue to be provided by appointment. There are additional security screening requirements if you are required to attend the Consulate-General. Please refer to appointment bookings for more information. If the Consulate-General is closed, please contact our Consular Emergency Centre: +61 2 6261 3305 if you have an urgent request.

 

Australian Consulate-General in Bali - Odalan Ceremony 2019.

Message from the Consul-General in Bali  

Welcome to the website of the Australian Consulate-General in Bali. This website outlines important information for Australians travelling to or living in Bali, West Nusa Tenggara (NTB) and East Nusa Tenggara (NTT), including how to contact the Consulate-General and the range of consular and passport services available. We also provide a limited range of consular services to Canadian citizens. Information on Australian visas and citizenship is also available on this website.

I urge all Australians planning to travel to Bali, NTB or NTT, as well as all resident Australians, to:

  • Check the smartraveller.gov.au website for the latest travel advice on Indonesia, including general advice on security and health matters. You can also subscribe to automatically receive email updates whenever the travel advisory is changed.

  • Subscribe for updates to the Indonesia travel advice so that in the event of an emergency, such as a natural disaster or a family emergency, we can contact you.

  • Ensure that each person travelling in your party (including children) is covered by adequate travel insurance. While Bali, NTB and NTT offer a great array of experiences and activities, it is important that your travel insurance covers everything you could potentially engage in.

  • Carefully read the advice under Services for Australians and ensure that people travelling in your party are aware of the potential problems that may be encountered. 

Consul-General 

 

Commemoration of the 2005 Bali Bombing – Thursday 1 October

The Australian Consulate-General will commemorate the anniversary of the 2005 Bali Bombing by opening the Memorial Garden for private reflection and remembrance. Those who wish to mark the anniversary may access the garden anytime between 8am and 4pm, COVID-19 precautions permitting, for example, visitors must wear a mask and a maximum of ten visitors will be permitted at the memorial site at one time.

Flowers and candles will be available. The Consulate-General will provide a memorial book for visitors to mark the anniversary. For security reasons, all guests wishing to attend the event will be required to show photographic identification, prior to entering the Consulate-General.

We understand that some family members and friends who travel from Australia to commemorate the anniversary each year may not be able to attend. For those family members and friends, the acting Consul-General will lay flowers in memory of all loved ones lost.

 

Commemoration of the 2002 Bali Bombing – Monday 12 October

The Australian Consulate-General in Bali will open the Memorial Garden for private reflection and remembrance. Those who wish to mark the anniversary may access the garden between 8am and 4pm, COVID-19 precautions permitting, for example, visitors must wear a mask and a maximum of ten visitors will be permitted at the memorial site at one time.

Flowers and candles will be available. The Consulate-General will also provide the memorial book for visitors to mark the anniversary. For security reasons, all guests wishing to attend the event will be required to show photographic identification, prior to entering the Consulate-General.

We understand that some family members and friends who travel from Australia to commemorate the anniversary each year may not be able to attend. For those family members and friends, the acting Consul-General will lay flowers in memory of all loved ones lost.

 

Public Holidays

The Australian Consulate-General will be closed on the following dates:

  • Wednesday 19 February 2020
  • Thursday 20 February 2020
  • Wednesday 25 March 2020
  • Friday 10 April 2020
  • Monday 25 May 2020
  • Friday 31 July 2020
  • Monday 17 August 2020
  • Wednesday 16 September 2020
  • Thursday 17 September 2020
  • Monday 5 October 2020
  • Friday 25 December 2020
  • Monday 28 December 2020

 

After hours emergency contact

FOR EMERGENCIES ONLY, Australian and Canadian citizens requiring urgent assistance outside normal Consulate-General office hours, including weekends and public holidays:

  • Call (+62 361) 2000 100. Follow the instructions (press 4, wait for the information recording to begin and then press 6), this will connect you to the 24 hour Consular Emergency Centre in Canberra.

  • Alternatively, call the Consular Emergency Centre in Canberra directly on (+61 2) 6261 3305.

  • Non urgent enquiries can be made by email to [email protected]