Australian Embassy, China
Embassy address: 21 Dongzhimenwai Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing - Telephone: 5140 4111 - Fax: 5140 4204

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News and Speeches

(NEW, 17 November 2015) Australia signs new health cooperation agreements with China

(NEW, 15 November 2015) Health Minister to visit China and Indonesia

(NEW, 12 November 2015) Ministerial meeting on water management and infrastructure

(NEW, 12 November 2015) China-Australia Joint Framework on Agriculture Cooperation

(NEW, 12 November 2015) North Asia visit to strengthen agricultural relationships following FTAs


(NEW, 22 October 2015) Australia's Next Ambassador to China

(NEW, 23 September 2015) Australia: a leading partner for Asian infrastructure and investment --- Speech by the Australian Ambassador to China
Ms Frances Adamson at the 15th China International Steel & Raw Materials Conference in Qingdao

(NEW, 17 September 2015) Australia’s Creative Diplomacy and the Evolving Global Order --- Speech by the Australian Ambassador to China Ms Frances Adamson at Tsinghua University

(NEW, 31 August 2015) Succeeding in China --- Speech by the Australian Ambassador to China Ms Frances Adamson at Telstra International Leadership Meeting in Shanghai

(NEW, 23 August 2015) China FTA a key focus of Robb’s Asia visit

(NEW, 30 July 2015) 2015 Boyer Lecturer Announced

(NEW, 23 July 2015) Demonstration outside Chinese Consulate-General, Sydney

(NEW, 26 June 2015) Minister Cash to visit China

(NEW, 24 June 2015) Australia to join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank

(NEW, 12 June 2015) Professor Xinhua Wu’s visit

(NEW, 02 June 2015) What’s next for the Australia-China Relationship --- Speech by the Australian Ambassador to China Ms Frances Adamson to the Asia Society in Sydney



 Job Vacancy 


VACANCY - Short Term Position-Senior Research and Program Officer, Industry

VACANCY – Short Term Position – DFAT Client Services Manager

Vacancy – Office Manager, Defence Attaché Office (LE 7)

Business Development Manager, Australian Trade Commission, Beijing

Executive Assistant, Australian Trade Commission, Shanghai 



 Embassy Opening Hours

The Embassy will be open from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm Monday to Friday except for public holidays.

Australians requiring advice or assistance from the consular section may call or visit the section during business hours from 8:30 to 5:00 Monday to Friday.
Please note: Passport Applications: Monday-Friday 9:00 – 12:00 and Notarial Services: Monday-Friday 14:00 – 15:30
Please note that the Embassy will be closed on 3 September due to the Chinese national public holiday.

2015 Public Holidays  


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