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About the Australian Embassy in Thailand
Head of Mission
Embassy’s Contact Details and Opening Hours
The Embassy complex is situated at 37 South Sathorn Road, Bangkok on 1.2 hectares (about 7.5 rai) of low lying and relatively flat land. It was designed by one of Australia's leading architects of the time, Mr Ken Woolley of the firm Ancher, Mortlock and Woolley. Local consultants for the project were M L Devakul, Architects. More
Embassy’s Public Holidays
Find more information about the Embassy’s public holidays
To assist in ensuring the physical and personal security of visitors and staff at the Embassy all items brought onto the Embassy grounds (including luggage, bags, mobile phones and cameras) belonging to visitors are subject to safety checks at the main gate.
Parking is not available for visitors in the grounds unless specially authorised. Disabled visitors should telephone to make special access arrangements.
Parking is available in Thai Wah Building, Sathorn Road. Visitors are responsible for their own parking fee.
Click here to see a map of the Embassy and the parking areas.