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

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Upcoming event

ANZAC Day in Kanchanaburi, Thailand - IMPORTANT UPDATE!

Date: 25 April 2015
Venue: Konyu Cutting, below Hell Fire Pass Memorial Museum, Kanchanaburi Province. The trip from Khanchanaburi town to Hell Fire Pass is approximately 80 Kilometres and can take 45 minutes by road. ANZAC Day Visitors for the Dawn Service are warned, this is a winding country road with very limited lighting and that road fatalities have occurred.

Opening Times:
The main entrance gates providing access to Hell Fire Pass Museum and the Konyu Cutting at Sai Yok will NOT OPEN until 0200 AM for the general public.
 


Latest News

25 March 2015

New South Wales State Election 2015

The New South Wales State Election 2015 will be held on Saturday, 28 March 2015. You CANNOT cast your vote in person at the Australian Embassy Bangkok. (More)


12 March 2015

A public forum on CROSSING BORDERS: WOMEN’S AND GENDER MOBILITY IN ASEAN to mark International Women’s Day 2015

The Australian Embassy, Bangkok is sponsoring a public forum on 18 March 2015 to encourage discussion of women’s political, social and economic empowerment and priorities on the theme Crossing Borders: Women’s and Gender Mobility in ASEAN to mark International Women’s Day. (More)


6 March 2015

Australian Embassy to conduct a Consular outreach visit to Phuket

The Consular Section of the Australian Embassy in Bangkok will conduct a Consular outreach visit to Phuket on Friday 27 March 2015 from 08.30 a.m. to 1200 noon and from 1.00 pm to 4.00 p.m. (More)

 


 

24 February 2015

Australian Embassy to conduct a Consular outreach visit to Chiang Mai

The Consular Section of the Australian Embassy in Bangkok will conduct a Consular outreach visit to Chiang Mai on Friday 27 February 2015 from 08.30 a.m. to 1200 noon and from 1.00 pm to 4.00 p.m. (More)

 


 

12 February 2015

“The Look” builds a bridge between Thai and Australian creative design students

“The Look”, a Thai-Australian creative design project partially funded by the Australia - Thailand Institute (ATI), will exhibit the works of aspiring Thai designers from 1-5 March at TonTann Art Space and Gallery in Khon Kaen, Thailand. Celebrated Thai designer, Ms Chitra Mangma, creator of Melbourne fashion label ‘Chitra’s Closet’, returned to her hometown of Khon Kaen to launch The Look- a unique project to help Thai students to develop and brand their design products. (More)

 

 


31 January 2015

Australian Embassy and Bangkok Glass FC hold football clinic for disadvantaged kids to celebrate the AFC Asian Cup Final

On 31 January the Australian Embassy in Thailand and Bangkok Glass FC co-hosted a football clinic for Thai children from disadvantaged communities at Leo Stadium, Pathumthani to celebrate the AFC Asian Cup Final. Australia has been hosting this international football tournament throughout January and will participate in the final against South Korea today. (More)

 

 


29 January 2015

Australia’s National Day Celebrated in Thailand

 Australia Day Celebration: On 27 January 2015, Australian Ambassador to Thailand HE Mr Paul Robilliard and his wife Mrs Hanan Robilliard hosted a reception to celebrate Australia Day (26 January) at the Grand Hyatt Erawan Hotel, Bangkok. (More)

 

 

 


 29 January 2015

Appointment of Honorary Consul in Phuket

The Australian Government has appointed Ms Michelle Hawryluk as its new Honorary Consul for Phuket with jurisdiction in the provinces of Phuket, Krabi and Phang-nga. (More)
 


 26 January 2015

Australia and Thailand commence collaboration on the Australia - Asia program to combat trafficking in persons

Thailand’s criminal justice response to trafficking in persons received a boost from the Australian Government today, as an arrangement to commence the Australia-Asia Program to Combat Trafficking In Persons (AAPTIP) in Thailand was signed at a ceremony in Bangkok. (More)


21 January 2015

Australian Nobel laureate Brian Schmidt inspires school students

On Tuesday 20 January, Australian Nobel laureate and Australian National University Professor Brian Schmidt spoke to 800 high school students from the International School of Bangkok about the role of science in the world. Hosted by the International Peace Foundation, Schmidt’s talk, Science: Humanity’s Universal Bridge, was part of the 5th ASEAN Bridges series, promoting dialogues towards a culture of peace in Southeast Asia. (More)

 

  



 


 

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