Australian Embassy
Czech Republic, Lithuania


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 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 require consular assistance during business hours, Monday to Friday 9:00am-4:30pm you can contact us +48 22 521 3444 and select option 2.

Alternatively, you can email us at [email protected].  Please note we will not respond to any enquiries related to visa matters directed to this email address. 

If you require assistance outside of business hours, or on a weekend you can call the Consular Emergency Centre, which is operational 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, on +61 2 6261 3305. Alternatively you can dial +48 22 521 3444 and follow the instructions to be put through to the Consular Emergency Centre.

Please Note:

The Australian Passport Office is currently seeing strong demand for passports. It is recommended you allow up to six weeks to get a new passport.


Anzac Day 2024


The Embassies of Australia and New Zealand, with support from the Warsaw Garrison, will hold an Anzac Day Ceremony at 11:45 AM on Thursday 25 April at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Warsaw.  If you would like to attend this ceremony, please be arrived and standing in the designated area at the Tomb by 11:35 AM.

In Prague, the Anzac Day ceremony will be held on Saturday 27 April at the Commonwealth War Graves, Cnr. of Jana Želivského and U Nákladového nádraží, Prague 3, and will commence at 11:30 AM.

This year marks 109 years since Australian troops landed on the shores of Gallipoli on 25 April 1915.  More than 8,700 lost their lives during the campaign, and more than 2,000 were killed or wounded on the first day of fighting. 

Anzac Day is a time to remember all Australians and New Zealanders who have served their country. It is an opportunity to reflect on the spirit of ANZAC and how, after a century, Australian servicemen and women continue to take pride in, and inspiration from, the original ANZACs.

Further information about Anzac Day can be found at



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Latitude Financial Services data breach

13 April 2023

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) is aware of a cyber incident impacting Latitude Financial Services.  

Copies of approximately 103,000 identity documents have been stolen from Latitude Financial. This includes a small number of passports.   

Latitude Financial Services is contacting impacted customers directly and continues to investigate the matter to determine the full extent of the cyber-attack.  

Foreign passports were also compromised through this cyberattack. If Latitude Financial Services have advised you that your foreign passport information was compromised, you should contact the government that issued the passport for advice on what to do.

Impacted passports are still safe to use for international travel. Your passport number cannot be used to obtain a new passport. Robust controls are used to protect passports from identity takeover, including sophisticated facial recognition technology. Further information on how your passport may be impacted can be found on the APO website(link is external).  

Advice on safeguarding your personal information can be found on the APO’s webpage on protecting against scams and identity theft(link is external).   

Customers can also seek help from IDCare(link is external), a not-for-profit organisation that specialises in providing advice and support to the Australian community in responding to identity theft.  

Advice on how to protect yourself and your family from cyber security incidents is available on the Australian Cyber Security Centre’s (ACSC) webpage at: is external) 

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