Australian Consulate-General
New York
United States of America



Welcome to the Australian Consulate-General, New York.  The Consulate-General promotes Australia’s interests in the Northeastern United States and provides consular, passport and notarial services to Australians located in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, Maine, New Hampshire, Ohio, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.

The Australian Embassy in Washington and our consular network provides assistance to Australians living in other parts of the United States.

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UPDATE: Boston Consular and Passport Outreach Coming in July!

We are pleased to advise we are fully booked for passports appointments. Please note passport appointments unfortunately cannot be booked under the “notarial” timeslots as we will be unable to see the applicant if they are booked incorrectly.

Due to the huge demand we hope to be back in Boston by the end of the year.


May news and events

In the May 2017 newsletter: Wrap up on the Consulate's Women in Technology panel event, information on Australian Short Films Today screenings and an interview with LookBooker start-up founders, Renee Robbie and Giorgia Rossi.


April news and events

In the April 2017 newsletter: Marco Luccio's 'New York Mythic', 2017 Anzac Day services and an interview with Australian scientist David Putrino.


Art exhibition: New York Mythic

Award-winning artist Marco Luccio launches a new exhibition named ‘New York Mythic’ at the Australian Consulate-General in April 2017.


March news and events

In the March 2017 newsletter: 2017 Anzac Day services, our with Library For All and an interview with NYC-based entrepreneur Tania Yuki.


Australians in New York

Everywhere we look in New York there are talented Australians breaking new ground. We partnered with local Australian company Convicts to bring some of their stories to life.


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