Canadian Consulate

The Canadian Consulate in Australia represents Canada's interests in Australia and a number of Pacific Island Countries and territories.

Canadian ConsulateThe Canadian High Commission in Australia is responsible for Canada's interests in a number of Pacific island countries and territories including the Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nauru, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, and Vanuatu.

The Conuslate has two Australian offices - operating out of Canberra and Sydney.

In Canberra, the Consulate provides services to help companies do business with Canada as well as offering services for Canadian companies. The Canberra Consulate Office also governs Defence relations, and offers assistance to Canadians in the ACT, Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia and Western Australia.

The Canberra office also provides development cooperation for the Pacific Islands, while visa and immigration services are offered through the Consulate General of Canada in Sydney.

The Sydney Office also caters for the Working Holiday Programme, International Experience Canada as well as services to help companies do business with Canada and services for Canadian companies. This office also provides assistance to Canadians in New South Wales, Queensland or the Northern Territory and support to Canadian Artists