USRS Frequently asked questions - Australia
- How many Americans live in Australia?
- How many U.S. Presidents have visited Australia?
- How many U.S. Secretaries of State have visited Australia?
- What can you tell me about Australia?
- Who were the previous U.S. ambassadors to Australia?
What can you tell me about Australia?
If you are interested in Australia, the country and its culture, please contact the Australian Embassy in the country where you reside. Americans should contact their nearest Australian Consulate General or the Australian Embassy in Washington, D.C.
1601 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington DC 20036
+1 202 797 3000
+1 202 797 3155
Other websites you may find useful:
- Australian Government Websites
- Agriculture portal
- Australia - country information (DFAT)
- Australia. Dept. of Foreign Affairs and Trade
- Australia. Dept. of Immigration & Citizenship
- Australian Bureau of Statistics
- Australian Customs Service
- Australian Dictionary of Biography
- Australian government info & services portal
- Australian statistics on the internet
- Australia's Heritage
- Business portal
- Commonwealth of Australia law
- Environment portal
- National Library of Australia
- Science portal
- U.S. Government Websites
- Other Agency Websites
- Travel & Tourism Websites
For Visa enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call:
1300 139 399 in Australia toll-free
02 8278 1420 toll-free loval call in NSW/ACT
1 646 259 0526 toll-free in the United States
Operating Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00am-6:00pm EST
For enquiries about everything American other than visa's please email email@example.com or call (02) 6214-5874 (then press 4)
Note: Visa enquiries WILL NOT be discussed if you call or email the USRS contacts.