Australian Embassy
Embassy address: 37 South Sathorn Road, Bangkok - Telephone: 02 344 6300 - Fax: 02 344 6593

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Victorian Electoral Commission – Early voting Centre Bangkok

Early voting opens on Monday 17 November and will continue until Friday 28 November. The Embassy will NOT be open for voting on Saturday 29 November (i.e. the Victorian election date in Australia). Please call (+66 2 344 6300) or email ( the embassy before attending in person as there may be a chance that the ballot papers have not yet been received from Australia yet.

For those who arrive before the ballot papers are received, we will take your details and send you a ballot kit to your preferred address, or you can return at a later date to vote in person.

For Postal Votes

Click here to download a postal vote application. On completion send to the address listed on the rear page of the application, or scan and send to For those without a printer or with limited internet connection, call or mail the Embassy to request a form to be mailed to you. On receipt of your application we will send you a ballot pack. Completed ballot packs must be dispatched before Thursday 27 November, to ensure they are received by the early voting cut-off date of Friday 28 November.


Latest News

18 November 2014

Changes to resettlement another blow to people smugglers

Asylum seekers who registered with UNHCR in Indonesia on or after 1 July 2014 will no longer be eligible for resettlement in Australia, Minister for Immigration and Border Protection, the Hon. Scott Morrison said today (More)




13 November 2014

INTERCHANGE: A Printmaking Dialogue Between Australia and Thailand

The Australian Embassy welcomes a new exhibition of prints by celebrated Thai and Australian contemporary artists. The exhibition, titled ‘INTERCHANGE: A Printmaking Dialogue Between Australia and Thailand’, highlights the strong links between Thai and Australian artists. The exhibition will open on 19 November at the PSG Gallery in Bangkok. (More)




 7 November 2014

Australian and Thai experts identify business opportunities brought by aging population trend

The Australian Trade Commission (Austrade) hosted the inaugural ‘Australian Retirement Living, Health and Wellness Solutions Seminar’ on 7 November 2014. The seminar brought together Australian and Thai experts in senior care businesses to exchange expertise, and identify opportunities and challenges brought by the aging demographics in both countries. (More)


5 November 2014

30 October 2014

Australian Customs and Border Protection Service boosts South East Asia’s maritime security

During 20 - 24 October 2014, the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service (ACBPS) joined forces in Sydney with officers from the Thai Customs Department, Thai Marine Police and counterparts from across the region to strengthen maritime security in South East Asia. (More)



3 October 2014

11 September 2014

Australian creativity and innovation comes to Bangkok

The Australian Embassy, Bangkok is pleased to support a series of events in Bangkok highlighting Australian innovation, science and design. Meet with designers from popular Australian bag company ‘Crumpler’ at the inaugural Thailand Innovation and Design Expo 2014 (More)

10 September 2014

Australia – Thailand Young University Researchers’ Exchange Program set to commence

Australian Ambassador to Thailand, Mr James Wise, recently hosted a reception to congratulateThai researchers participating in the inaugural Australia - Thailand Young University Researchers’ Exchange Program - a new initiative from the Department of Education at the Australian Embassy, Bangkok. (More)



4 September 2014

Australia – Thailand Institute invites Australian and Thai artists to apply for the Artist-in-Residency program 2014/15

The Australia-Thailand Institute (ATI) is pleased to invite applications from Australian and Thai artists for the ATI Artist-in-Residency Program 2014/15. Applications are open from 1 September – 30 September. (More)


24 August 2014

Media release The Hon Julie Bishop MP, Minister for Foreign Affairs: Ambassador to Thailand

Today I announce the appointment of Mr Paul Robilliard as Australia’s next Ambassador to Thailand. Mr Robilliard is a senior career officer with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and is currently First Assistant Secretary, South and West Asia Division. (More)







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