Australian Embassy
Denmark
Norway, Iceland

Passport and Consular Fees

Passport and Consular Fees

Preferred method of payment
Bank transfer at least three (3) banking days prior to an interview is preferred. The bank details are below.
Alternatively, we can accept credit card payments - Visa, Mastercard and Danish issued Dankort only.


Passport fees

June 2018
From 1 January 2018, you may apply for a Replacement Passport if your current passport has more than 2 years validity left and you are changing your name or gender, or if you have run out of pages in your passport. Note that a new passport will have a new passport number.

Adult passport - 32 pages, 10 years validity (incl. Adult Overseas Surcharge Fee*)   1,861 DKK     387 AUD
Senior passport - 32 pages, 5 years validity (incl. Adult Overseas Surcharge Fee*)   1,188 DKK     247 AUD
Child (16-17 years) passport - 32 pages, 10 years validity (incl. Child Overseas Surcharge Fee**)   1,611 DKK     335 AUD
Child (0-15 years) passport - 32 pages, 5 years validity (incl. Child Overseas Surcharge Fee**)     938 DKK     195 AUD
Emergency Passport - 4 pages, 7 months validity (no chip)     856 DKK     178 AUD
Replacement Passport - valid for the remainder of current passport's validity   1,361 DKK     283 AUD
* Adult Overseas Processing Surcharge fee is included      505 DKK     105 AUD
** Child Overseas Processing Surcharge fee is included      255 DKK       53 AUD

 

 

 

 

 

Notarial fee

Notarial fees are non-refundable.

For all notarial services provided by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, please see the Smartraveller site.
If the service you require is not specified in the below table, please contact the Consular Section.

June 2018

Notarial service Description  DKK  AUD
Certified copy (per document) Making and certifying a copy of an original document   341    71
Witnessing a signature Witnessing a signature - per signature, per document   341    71
Issuing an Apostile  - with or without binding multiple pages of a document   390    81
Issuing an Authentication  - with or without binding multiple pages of a document   390    81
Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage  - including witnessing a signature if lodged at Embassy   688   143

*) a passport is considered one document.

Bank details

Name of Account: Australian Embassy Official Account
Bank Name: Nordea Bank
Branch Number: 2191 Account Number: 8894 336 820
Address: Vesterbrogade 8, Box 850, 0900 København C
IBAN: DK2720008894336820
SWIFT/BIC NDEADKKKXXX
Use the transfer's message box to write passport applicant’s full name and type of service required (NAME, adult passport + DHL)

NOTE: Bank transfers take 1-3 banking days and should thus be made in advance of the interview date.

International bank fees when transferring from a non-Danish Bank account
The EU has imposed a fixed split of costs of international bank transfers which means that our account may be deducted DKK 50.00 following an international bank transfer. Please contact your bank to verify the particulars for transferring money from your account to ours and make sure that you add DKK 50.00 to the total amount if the fixed split cost applies to you to ensure the Embassy receives the required fee in full.

Postage fees

Collection
You can make an appointment to collect your passport or notarial service at the Embassy. Once your service has been completed, you will be notified by email and you can reply to that email, providing a 30-minute window within our opening hours in which to expect you.

Registered mail costs
Within Denmark:       DKK 170.00 (Quick-brev, 2 business day delivery)
Outside Denmark:    DKK 150.00 (3-5 business day delivery, excluding potential customs time)

Courier delivery costs (DHL)
Within Denmark: (major cities)                         DKK 240.00
Within Denmark: (remote areas)                      DKK 415.00
Outside Denmark (major cities):                      DKK 280.00
Outside Denmark (remote areas):                   DKK 530.00

Note of possible fee changes
DFAT sets passport and consular fees in the Australian Dollar currency, but Embassies must accept fees in the local currency. As currencies fluctuate, overseas posts have to amend their fees. Fees in local currency are evaluated at the end of each month. The fees listed here may change next month so check back in on this websiteif you are not requesting our services within this month.

 

Reviewed/Updated  1 June 2018