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.
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CONTACT the Australian Visa Global Service Centre on +61 2 61 96 01 96 between 09:00 - 17:00 (Copenhagen time).
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The Australian Embassy in Denmark does not have a Visa or Immigration department, so all enquiries relating to visa,
immigration or border issues should be directed to our Visa Help desk in Australia.
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The Embassy plans to re-open for physical appointments after 10 May 2020. In the meantime, we can provide certain notarial services, such as certified copies or getting Apostilles affixed on Australian original documents.
Our services are detailed here: https://denmark.embassy.gov.au/cpgn/consular.html Unfortunately, as they require a physical visit to the Embassy, we cannot witness signatures nor take affidavits in the period until 10 May 2020.
The Smartraveller system has changed on 1 November 2019
After 1 November 2019, if you, or someone you know, is affected by a crisis and needs help you or they will be able to register via a simple online form or call us on 1300 555 135 (in Australia) or 02 6261 3305 from overseas.
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This service provides you with the latest updates to our travel advice. You can subscribe to one or more countries or to our official bulletins for information about topics such as voting in Australian elections, large sporting events, or widespread health or security issues.
Check out the current travel advice for this region: Denmark - Norway - Iceland and take a look at all Smartraveller advice.
A message from the Australian Ambassador to Denmark, Norway and Iceland
"Australia and Denmark, Norway and Iceland share values across many areas of international importance such as our shared commitment to freedom, democracy, rule of law and the rules-based international order. We value these partnerships greatly, but we also share a kindred spirit. Australians feel welcome when they visit Denmark, Norway and Iceland and we’re always happy to hear that the feeling is mutual, with travellers from this region visiting Australia for tourism, to studying or doing business.
There are many opportunities to connect our countries of accreditation with Australia and we will continue to build and establish new important links between governments, businesses and peoples."
Our bilateral relationship
Australia and Denmark share a bilateral relationship based on close cooperation on a range of issues in international forums, a strong commitment to global security, and people-to-people links established over two centuries of migration. According to the 2016 census, over 59,000 Australians claim Danish ancestry. Australia's profile in Denmark, and vice-versa, was boosted by the marriage in May 2004 of Australian-born Mary Donaldson to Denmark's Crown Prince Frederik.
Australia and Norway share the same values and are like-minded on many of the key challenges facing our globe. We are strong advocates for the rules-based international order. Norway is an important interlocutor for Australia on Antarctic issues. According to the 2016 census, over 26,000 Australians claim Norwegian ancestry.
Australia and Iceland established diplomatic relations on 17 April 1984. According to the 2016 census, almost 1,100 Australians claim Icelandic ancestry.
Further to the announcement made by the Danish government, we are postponing appointments at the Embassy until after 10 May 2020.
Contacting the Embassy
You can contact the Embassy via email or telephone or connect with us on Social Media: Facebook and Twitter.
There are no current vacancies at the Australian Embassy in Copenhagen.
For more career prospectcs with the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, check 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 7 April 2020