Australian Embassy
Poland
Embassy address: 3rd Floor, Nautilus Building, ul. Nowogrodzka 11, 00-513 Warsaw - Telephone: +48 22 521 3444 - Fax: +48 22 627 3500

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Australian Embassy Ukraine


The Australian Embassy in Kyiv, Ukraine is now open, and is scheduled to move to a permanent location during March 2015. At this stage, all enquiries should be made by telephone or email in the first instance. Please click here for the Embassy's contact details.
 

Work and Holiday Visa Arrangement

On 12 March 2015, the annual visa limit of 200 places for Polish citizens was reached. This means that the programme for the current programme year (01/07/2014-30/06/2015) has been closed. The programme for next year will start on 1 July 2015.

Further information on the work and holiday visa programme can be found at Work and Holiday (subclass 462) www.immi.gov.au/Visas/Pages/462.aspx and www.germany.embassy.gov.au/beln/work_and_holiday.html .
 
The Polish Ministry issues the required official letter of support. Please visit http://www.mpips.gov.pl/praca/program-zwiedzaj-i-pracuj/program-zwiedzaj-i-pracuj-australia/  for more details (in Polish).
 

 

Update of Travel Advice for Ukraine

Due to the serious situation in Ukraine we advise Australians to exercise a high degree of caution and regularly check our Travel Advice for updates:

www.smartraveller.gov.au/zw-cgi/view/Advice/Ukraine
 

 


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Australia will serve on the United Nations Security Council during 2013 and 2014.

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United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA)

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Australian and the UN book

Australia and the United Nations


The book, “Australia and the United Nations”, details Australia’s long and distinguished role on the multi-national stage, as a founding member of the League of Nations, through to the formation of the United Nations, and the present day seat on the UN Security Council. (more)
 

 Australia and the UN book


 

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