Thai Consulate

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. Ross Schiffke

    Could you please advise me of the best option, I want to stay in Thailand for 3 months, can I do this on a tourist visa?

    kind regards,
    ross

    Reply
    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      The visa you apply for depends on the purpose of your stay in Thailand. I would suggest that you contact the Thai embassy or consulate near your place of residence to inquire about the best visa option, requirements and procedure.

    2. John Freney

      I am an Australian visiting Thailand early next year for 10 weeks. Can I get a 60 day tourist visa and extend it in Thailand for 30 days? Also can I book a return ticket for a date 14 days after my 60 day tourist visa expires while I’m here in Australia?

    3. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      Yes, you can apply for a 30-day extension at an immigration office once you arrive in Thailand.​

  2. Katherine Rosales Rosan

    Hi I am a Peruvian citizen with Permanent Residency in Australia. I book 2 weeks Holidays to Phuket on October 2016. I would like to know if I need to apply for a tourist visa.

    Cheers

    Reply
    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      You do not need to apply for a tourist visa based on your Peruvian passport. You can stay in Thailand for a maximum of 30 days if you enter by air or 15 days if you enter by land.

  3. Andrea

    I am a Colombian citizen going to Europe. Do I need to apply for a transit visa? Is it valid for 17 hrs which is what takes the stopover?

    Reply
    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      If you have a stopover in Thailand, please contact the Thai embassy or consulate near your place of residence to inquire about obtaining a transit visa.

  4. Walaiporn

    I am Thai citizen and would like to renew my Thai passport in Brisbane. Is that possible to get it soon or Do I need to wait? Thanks

    Reply
    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      Passport applications are only accepted at the Thai embassy in Canberra. You may visit the page below to check on the requirements and procedure.

      http://canberra.thaiembassy.org/Home/epassport

      According to the information posted on their site, it will take a period of 3-6 weeks for the passport to be processed. You can apply depending on the date of your intended travel.

    2. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      Please contact the Thai consulate ​in Brisbane to inquire if this is possible.

      ​Royal Thai Consulate, Brisbane​

      Tel: +61 7 3493 6464
      Fax: +61 7 3493 6465
      Email: [email protected]

  5. Aleah

    I am travelling to Thailand next year for medical reasons. Will I need a specific visa or does the 30-day exemption apply as I am Australian?

    Reply
    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      The visa will depend on the length of your stay. If your medical procedure only takes few days, you can use the visa exemption stamp. If the medical procedure takes more than 1 months, I suggest for you to apply for the non immigrant O visa for medical reason.

  6. Matt

    I’m an Australian citizen who wants to stay for 35 days. Do I need to apply for a tourist visa through the consulate or can I sort it out when I’m over there?

    Reply
    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      You can enter without a visa based on your passport however you will only be given an entry stamp for 30 days.

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