Australian Embassy
Norway, Iceland





19 May 2022

Australian and Canadian Ambassadors to Norway confirmed a new Canada-Australia Consular Services Sharing Agreement for Australians in Norway.

Under the agreement, the Embassy of Canada to Norway will provide emergency consular assistance to Australians in Norway.

The Australian Embassy in Copenhagen will continue to provide passport services and routine consular assistance to Australians in Norway.

Australia’s Consular Services Charter provides information on consular assistance to Australians overseas

Australia’s travel advice for Norway is available here:    


8 December 2021

Ambassador Kerin Ayyalaraju was pleased to present credentials to His Excellency President Guðni Th Jóhannesson.

Australia and Iceland cooperate in pursuing green solutions, academic exchanges and likeminded approaches to peace and security, free trade and gender equality.


3 December 2021

Unsubstantiated claims about indigenous Australians being forcibly vaccinated against COVID-19 have been circulating on social media. The sources have since retracted these allegations after they were denounced by several indigenous community organizations, including the Aboriginal Medical Services Alliance Northern Territory. Australia is proud to have fully vaccinated 87.7% of our 16+ population through voluntary vaccinations.

Fact Check-Indigenous Australians are not being forcibly vaccinated against COVID-19 | Reuters


26 November 2021

Australian Ambassador, Kerin Ayyalaraju, was honoured to present credentials to Her Majesty, Queen Margrethe II of Denmark.

Australia and Denmark are fortunate to enjoy a close and likeminded relationship. Both countries are pursuing common interests and shared values across international trade liberalisation, security, green energy transitions and the rules-based order. Ambassador Ayyalaraju is keen to build on the work of Australians and Danes whose activities bring our countries closer every day.


Updated 15 June 2022