Australian Embassy, China
Embassy address: 21 Dongzhimenwai Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing - Telephone: 5140 4111 - Fax: 5140 4204

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For more details on the China-Australia FTA (ChAFTA) , click here    

 Victorian State Election

Saturday 29 November 2014

The Victorian state election will be held on Saturday 29 November 2014. If you are enrolled to vote for an electorate in Victoria, and you will be out of Australia on polling day, you may submit an early vote either in-person at the Australian Embassy in Beijing or via a postal vote. Electors who wish to vote in person can visit Australian Embassy in Beijing from Wednesday 19 November 2014 when ballot papers will become available. Those who wish to vote by mail are reminded that the postal vote application needs to reach the Australian Embassy by 27 November 2014 in order for the application to be accepted. Click here for more details.

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News and Speeches

(NEW, 18 November 2014) Media Release - Foreign Minister Julie Bishop: Australia-China Achievement Awards - winners and finalists announced by Prime Minister Tony Abbott

(NEW, 17 November 2014) Ambassdor Frances Adamson's Statement at the Announcement of Conclusion of Australia-China FTA negotiations

(NEW, 6 November 2014) Trade Minister Departs for China FTA and APEC Talks

(NEW, 6 November 2014) Foreign Minister Visits China for APEC Ministerial Meeting

(NEW, 24 October 2014) Her Excellency Ms Frances Adamson, Australian Ambassador to the People’s Republic of China - Address to Exploration Exchange, Beijing International Convention Centre, Friday, 24 October, 2014

(NEW, 24 September 2014) Her Excellency Ms Frances Adamson Australian Ambassador to the People’s Republic of China - Speech to the 14th China International Steel & Raw Materials Conference, Dalian - “China and Australia: Leadership and partnership in the Asia Pacific in 2014”

(NEW, 18 September 2014) Celebrating industry's role in Australia-China agricultural relations

(NEW, 18 September 2014) Tangible support for Chinese-Australian cooperation

(NEW, 18 September 2014) Joint research centres mutually beneficial


 Job Vacancy 

Austrade Job Vacancy - Executive Assistant

DIBP LE 6 Quality Assurance Officer (Part Time)

Austrade Job Vacancy - Business Development Manager




Embassy Opening Hours

The Embassy will be open from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm Monday to Friday except for public holidays.

Consulate business hours are 8:30 am to 5:00 pm Monday to Friday.

2014 Public Holidays 




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