Welcome to the Australian Embassy in Iran
Here you will find information on how to contact us, advice on the range of consular services available to Australian citizens, and information on visa and citizenship arrangements.
The Australian Embassy in Tehran is responsible for protecting Australia's national interests by
• Maintaining and enhancing bilateral relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran
• Maintaining consular and passport services to Australian citizens in Iran
• Projecting a positive and accurate image of Australia
• Enhancing Iranian public understanding of Australia's foreign and trade policy.
Latest News and Events
28 May - Australia-Iran Alumni Network - Iftar Dinner
Are you Iranian? Have you studied in Australia?
If the answer is yes to both these questions, the Australian Embassy invites you to join in the inauguration of the Australia-Iran Alumni Network.
The Australian Embassy Tehran, in conjunction with leading Australian engineering company WorleyParsons, will be hosting an Iftar Dinner on Monday 28 May in Northern Tehran to honour all of the incredible Iranian-Australian alumni. The dinner will be an opportunity to network with other Alumni and Australian and Iranian business and government figures. Numbers are limited. To avoid disappointment please email Nasrin.email@example.com to register your interest in attending the event. Please inform of your name, which Australian university you attended, which course you studied , and what year.
For more information about Australia’s global alumni engagement strategy please click here.
25 April 2018 - ANZAC DAY - Message for Australian Community in Iran
The New Zealand and Australian Embassies will be holding the annual ANZAC Day commemorative ceremony at 0600 on Wednesday 25 April at the Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery in the British Embassy’s Golhak Compound. Entrance to the cemetery will be directly off Shahid Kolahduz (Dowlat St).
It is our pleasure to invite Australian citizens and permanent residents in Iran to attend this year’s ceremony. Following the ceremony, the New Zealand Ambassador, Mr Hamish MacMaster, will host an ANZAC breakfast at his residence (No.15 Manaei Alley, Niavaran Street) and all attendees at the commemorative ceremony are warmly invited to attend.
To aid with planning for ANZAC Day the New Zealand and Australian Embassies would appreciate advice on who wishes to attend the commemorative ceremony and breakfast by Tuesday 17 April at the latest.
RSVP’s can be sent to Nasrin.firstname.lastname@example.org at the AustralianEmbassy Tehran.