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Thai Consulate in Brisbane

Thai Consulate in Australia

The Thai Consulate in Brisbane Australia is managed by Mr Andrew Park, the recently appointed Honorary Consul. This Thai Consulate will issue you a Thai Visa but also allows for the registration of a Thai citizen born abroad. They also have the ability to issue temporary passports to Thai nationals in Australia and have their own Economic and Tourism branches at the Consulate. Their contact details and a map has been added below so you may contact them.

Thai Consulate in Brisbane

The Royal Thai Consulate Queensland, Level 19, 344 Queen St, Brisbane 4000, Queensland Australia
City: Brisbane
Website: http://www.royalthaiconsulatebrisbane.com/
Tel: +61 7 3493 6464
Fax: +61 7 3493 6465
Email: [email protected]
Office Hours: Monday – Friday: 9:30 AM – 2:30 PM

 

105 thoughts on “Thai Consulate in Brisbane

  1. Sagun

    Hi I am travelling Nepal from Brisbane and have around 14 hrs of layover overnight through thai on Bangkok airways. Do I supposed to have any sorts of immigration clearance like visa or any paperworks to stay inside the airport only? And I do hold Nepalese passport. And I am travelling on May 15th and I am running out of time.

    Reply
    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      You will need to apply for a Transit Visa. Kindly contact the Thai embassy or consulate nearest you for assistance with the visa application.

  2. Ash

    Im planning to travel to Thailand in the near future , is it possible to apply for it in Brisbane’s Thai Consulate or do i have to apply somewhere else?

    Reply
    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      Currently, the Thai consulate in Brisbane has already closed. You may contact the following offices instead for your visa application.

      Royal Thai Embassy – Canberra
      +61 2 6206 0120
      ​​[email protected]

      Royal Thai Consulate-General – Sydney​
      ​​+61 2 9241 2542, +61 2 9241 2543
      ​​[email protected]​​

      ​​​Royal Thai Consulate-General – Melbourne​
      Tel. (03) 9533 9100​

    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      The Thai consulate in ​Brisbane has closed its office. You may contact the following offices instead for assistance with your visa application.

      ​Royal Thai Consulate, Melbourne
      Suite 301
      566 St Kilda Rd.
      Melbourne 3004
      Tel: (03) 9533 9100

      Royal Thai Consulate, Sydney
      Level 8, 131 Macquarie Street
      Sydney NSW 2000
      +61 2 9241 2542, +61 2 9241 2543

  3. Enrique

    Morning, in from Venezuela, but im living in Australia, i would like to visit Phuket with my wifi for a period of 10 days, holidays. Can we go to the Brisbane office to get a tourist visa? Thanks in advance for your help.

    Reply
    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      Kindly contact the Thai consulate in Brisbane to inquire if they are able to issue you a tourist visa based on your passport.

      Royal Thai Consulate Brisbane
      Address: Level 19, 344 Queen Street, Brisbane QLD 4000
      Tel: +61 7 3493 6464
      Email: [email protected]

  4. Gregory Westcott

    I have an O-A Long Term Retirement Visa and it expires on 08/07/2016. I have returned to Australia without buying my Re-entry Permit. What are my options please? What does the Re-entry Permit actually allow? Is it possible to gain the Re-entry Permit in Australia? Can I return to Thailand before the expiry date, and buy my Re-entry permit and if so do I need a return ticket?

    Thank you for your help,
    Gregory Westcott

    Reply
    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      The re-entry permit allows you to use the same visa when you exit and re-enter Thailand for the duration of stay provided. You need to apply for the re-entry permit before leaving the country otherwise, your visa will be void when you exit Thailand.

      In your case, since you have already left the country without obtaining a re-entry permit, you can no longer use your O-A visa. If you want to return to Thailand, you will need to apply for a new visa.

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