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Thai Consulate in Adelaide

Thai Consulate in Australia

This is the contact details for the Thai Consulate in Adelaide Australia. If you are in the Adelaide region of Australia then this is the Thai Consulate to obtain a Thai Visa from. This consulate also allows you Thai wife to apply for a new Thai passport and to register you children or child born in Australia for a Thai ID card while living in Australia. The office hours are listed below including their telephone numbers.

Thai Consulate in Adelaide

Consulate General of Thailand in Adelaide, Australia 6th Floor, 185 Victoria Square Adelaide South Australia 5000
City: Adelaide
Phone: (+61) 8 8218 4848
Fax: (+61) 8 8278 7327
Email: [email protected]
Office Hours: 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM


16 thoughts on “Thai Consulate in Adelaide

  1. Adrian Edwards

    Hey there,

    Adrian, 23 years old from Australia here. I am heading to Thailand in December for a second time. However this time I am looking to see if I can acquire a work permit and hopefully find employment as a Bartender/cocktailer mixer.

    Now I have looked at applying for a working visa as you require this first, but I am not sure about the requirements in order to receive one as it states you need VAT registration or otherwise degree?

    I have successfully completed Year 12 and since then been working and have not attended Tertiary Studies or University.

    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      Kindly get in touch with the Thai embassy or consulate in Australia to inquire about the procedures and requirements to apply for the Non Immigrant B visa for employment purposes.

  2. Stephen O'Toole

    Hi There,

    My name is Stephen. Can you please confirm your trading hours and days over the Christmas and New Year period. Is your consulate open up until the 24th of December?

    Thanks in advance.

    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      For the month of December the public holidays are only December 5th and December 12th. Thai government offices are open as usual during Christmas and New Year. January 2nd and 3rd are also public holidays.

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