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Thai Consulate – Australia

Thai Consulate in Australia

 There are a number of Thai Consulates in Australia who are able to assist you with a Thai Visa or other assistance with your Thai wife or fiancee in Australia. We have listed the Thai Consulates in Australia below depending on where you live. We have listed the Thai consulate in Australia below and added maps so you can find the Thai consulate in your region.

These are the listings for all Thai consulates in Australia:
Australia, Royal Thai Embassy, Canberra

Australia, Royal Thai Embassy, Canberra 111 Empire Circuit Yarralumla ACT 2600 Australia

Tel: 02 6206 0100
Fax: 02 6206 0123

Email: [email protected]
Website: http://canberra.thaiembassy.org

Visa Section
ฝ่ายวีซ่า
02 6206 0120
Passport and Legalisation
ฝ่ายหนังสือเดินทางและนิติกรณ์
02 6206 0119
Consular Affairs and Protocols
ฝ่ายกงสุลและพิธีการ
02 6206 0113
Public Diplomacy
ฝ่ายสารนิเทศ
02 6206 0112
Political Affairs
ฝ่ายการเมือง
02 6206 0116
Economic Affairs
ฝ่ายเศรษฐกิจ
02 6206 0107

 

30 thoughts on “Thai Consulate – Australia

  1. raymond carpenter

    Dear sir/madam,
    I have been a regular traveler to thailand and go 3 or 4 times a year i used to get a 12 month multiple entry 90 day visa,staying 2 to 3 months a time as this is now finished ,what is the next type of visa i should be looking for to continue the above.
    thankyou
    raymond

    Reply
    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      The visa that you should be applying for should be in accordance with the purpose of your travel to Thailand. If you can provide us with your contact number, we can give you a call and provide you further recommendation regarding your concern.

    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      No. Australian passport holders are entitled to a 30 days visa-free stay in Thailand if travelling for tourism purpose only.

  2. Greg E

    Dear Sir,

    My wife’s Thai passport has expired. We live near Brisbane. Can we get a new one issued in Brisbane? She is a permanent resident of Australia.

    Reply
    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      There is no Thai consulate in Brisbane. You need to contact the Thai embassy in Canberra to assist you on this matter.

  3. Ray Petrovic

    I am retired and have just come back from 3 months spent in Thailand. How do I get a 12 month visa please?

    Reply
    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      You can apply for a Non Immigrant O-A (Long Stay) Visa from the Thai embassy or consulate in your home country which allows you to stay in Thailand for 1 year. Please contact their office for more information on the necessary requirements.

  4. Neville Croke

    Good Morning

    The last time I was in Thailand I visited Laos by road and on re-entering Thailand I was told that I need to get a visa in Australia before coming back. They wrote something in my passport.
    Now I want to return to Thailand for a week to attend a funeral. I am in Queensland and there is no Thai embassy or consulate here. What can I do please?

    Reply
    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      Kindly check the note specified by the immigration officer on your passport and contact the Thai embassy or consulate nearest you for more information on the best visa option for your travel to Thailand.

  5. Mick

    Hi,
    I am an Australian Permanent Resident in Australia from Perth and want to visit Thailand for 7 day holiday.

    Do I need to get visa of Thailand and if so how much it cost?

    Thanks

    Reply
    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      Your ability to enter Thailand will be based on the passport you currently hold. We would recommend that you contact the Thai embassy or consulate nearest you to inquire about whether or not you will need a visa before entering Thailand.

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