Australian Embassy
Norway, Iceland

The Australian Embassy in Denmark

We are accredited to Denmark, Norway and Iceland and our role is to promote Australia's relationships with the region and to provide consular assistance to Australians overseas. This website guides you to information about Australia, whether you are interested in doing business with or investing in Australia, going on holiday, studying or learning more about Australia.

Visas and Immigration: The Australian Embassy cannot provide visa or immigration assistance.

Contacting the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP):
Find and email the relevant helpdesk using a designated online enquiry form - include your transaction reference number.
Telephone the European Service Helpdesk in London on weekdays between 14:00 - 17:00 (Copenhagen time): 0044 20 7420 3690

FAQ - Answers to frequently asked questions on travel and what to bring to Australia:



Postal Vote on Same Sex Marriage
The Australian Bureau of Statistics  (ABS) issued a statement on the Australian Marriage Law Postal Survey.
The process is explained on their website and you can speak to them between 08:00 - 20:00 (local time) on +61 2 6252 5262 seven days a week.

Check your enrolment details
If you are an Australian living overseas, you should check your current electoral enrolment via the Australian Electoral Commission website and also read the specific information they provide for overseas voters. You can also update your current enrolment via the AEC.

Australian Bureau of Statistics:
Australian Electoral Commission:


New Ambassador
On 16 May 2017, new Ambassador MaryEllen Miller took up her position as Ambassador to Denmark, Norway and Iceland.
Media Release on 11 April.

Contacting the Embassy
You can contact the Embassy via email or telephone or connect with us on Social Media: Facebook and Twitter.

You can start an exciting career with the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade by checking out our vacancies in the region.

Have you lost your personal items or had your travel document stolen?
Being the victim of a theft or an accident can have an impact on your onward travel. The Embassy can assist with replacing your passport with an Emergency Passport, and you can contact relevant Lost/found offices to try to locate your lost property.


Updated/reviewed  16 August 2017