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Services for Australians Overseas
In the interests of maintaining the most efficient service for all our consular clients, effective from 1 August 2008 , clients wishing to access passport or notarial services are requested to make an appointment before attending the Embassy. Appointments are normally scheduled between 0830 am and 12.30 pm and 1.30pm and 4.30 pm Monday to Friday. Urgent requests will be considered on a case by case basis.
Appointments can be made by calling the Embassy on + 36 1 457 9777 or +36 1 457 9779 between 830 am and 4.30 pm Monday to Friday.
Australians in Hungary
In case of emergency please call the
Consular Emergency Centre: +61 2 62611490
For general information please call: +61 2 62613305
Centrelink information (pensions and benefits)
Please note that there will be a get-together on Thursday, 4 April 2013 at Károlyi étterem from 6pm.
Károlyi Étterem és Kávéház
1053 Budapest, V. district Károlyi u. 16
Click here for further details.
What we can and cannot do
Assisting Australians overseas within limits
Travel information for Australians
Get the latest travel advisories and other traveller hints, information on other countries from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Smartraveller website
On-line registration for Australians overseas
We encourage use of this online registration service by Australians planning to reside overseas for extended periods, and those travelling to locations where there are security risks.
Living in Country
- Taxation issues
- International driving permits
- Birth, marriage and death certificates
- Police clearances
- Marriage overseas
- Authentications and apostilles
A gateway to information about Australian benefits, payments and services
Returning to Australia
Handy information for Australians or residents returning from a holiday or moving back to Australia.
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