Welcome to the Australian Embassy in Warsaw
The Australian Embassy in Warsaw is the representative office of the Australian Government resident in Poland and accredited to the Czech Republic and Lithuania.
The next federal election will be held on 21 May 2022. If you are still in Australia, you can pre-poll vote from 9 May 2022.
The AEC recommends overseas voters cast a postal vote in this election. If you plan to be overseas at the time of the election, make sure you check your enrolment and request a postal vote as soon as possible on the AEC website.
In-person voting will not be available at the Australian Embassy in Poland nor at the Australian Consulate in the Czech Republic or at the Australian Consulate in Lithuania.
Australians in Poland or in the Czech Republic are encouraged to vote via postal vote, which can either be posted to the AEC directly or mailed to the Embassy in Warsaw or the Consulate in Prague. To send in your postal vote, please send to:
Rondo ONZ 1
110 00 Prague 1
You can also drop off your postal vote.
To drop off your postal vote at the Australian Embassy in Warsaw, please make an appointment by calling (+48) 22 5213444 or by e-mailing: [email protected]
To drop off your postal vote at the Australian Consulate in Prague, please make an appointment by calling (+420) 221 729 271 or by e-mailing [email protected]
Australians in Lithuania are encouraged to vote via postal vote which can be posted to the AEC directly or mailed to another Embassy/High Commission/Consulate where votes are being collected. A full list of locations is available on the AEC website.
Postal votes must be returned as quickly as possible to ensure they are received by the AEC in time to be counted.
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The Embassy has relocated from its location at Nowogrodzka Street to the Rondo 1 Building. Our new address is:
Rondo ONZ 1
Rondo 1 Building, 8 flr
The Australian Embassy in Warsaw wishes to provide a safe environment for both staff and visitors and we ask that everyone adhere to the advice of local authorities.
The Australian Embassy in Warsaw provides passport, consular and notarial services by appointments only.
If you have a consular or passport emergency, please contact the Embassy on +48 22 521 3444 or email: [email protected] or our 24/7 Consular Emergency Centre on +61 2 6261 3305 or SMS on +61 421 269 080 for further advice.
The Australian Passport Office (APO) is currently seeing strong demand for passports. For this reason, it is advising its customers to apply for or renew their passport well ahead of their planned travel dates. The APO is therefore recommending, at least for now, that they allow up to six weeks to get a new passport.
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