Thai Consulate

Thai Consulate in Melbourne

Thai Consulate in Australia

The Thai Consulate in Melbourne Australia is managed by Simon Wallace who is the Honorary Consul General for the Thai Consulate in Melbourne. Note that the consulate only accepts cash ($AU), Money Order or Bank Cheques drawn on an Australian Bank. Please also note that if you are going to mail in an application that the payments must be made payable to the  “Royal Thai Consulate General – Melbourne”. Their details are listed below:

Thai Consulate in Melbourne, Australia

Consulate General of Thailand in Melbourne, Australia Suite 301, 566 St Kilda Road Melbourne Victoria 3004 Australia
City: Melbourne
Phone: (+61) 3 9533 9100
Fax: (+61) 3 9533 9200
Office Hours: 9:30 AM – 2:00 PM (Thursday closed)


30 thoughts on “Thai Consulate in Melbourne

  1. Kowit Semkham (Park)

    Hi there,
    We are looking into opening up a massage parlor back in Melbourne and require some assistants involving visa for the Thai masseuse who are wishing to come over.

    We called the Australian embassy in BBK but was told by a Thai staff that we had to gather the infomation in Aust.

    It would be a delight if you could reply back regarding the info that is needed such as documents, procedures and so forth.

    Hope to hear from you soon.

    Best Regards
    K. Kowit Semkham (Park)

  2. Laurie Pittock

    Could you pleas help me i would like to spend time with my wife in Patong could you pleas tell me which is the best way to go visa wise.

    I would like to go depending on flights July the 1st and returning home late September. We are in the middle of immigration permit for Niyom to live in Australia but its taking a long time if things don’t work out i will have to move to Thailand what would i have to do to stay there.

    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      You may be able to apply for the non-immigrant O visa depending on your qualification. In order for us to properly advice you on this matter, we would need to obtain more information from you. Please provide us with your phone number or email address so we can contact you further.

  3. Nicole Kemp

    I just tried to call on the number listed 03 9533 9100 and the recorded message said you would re open on the 4 January 2016. Today is the 8 February 2016.
    Is there another number to call you on please?

    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      We advise that you contact other Thai Consulate offices regarding your concern. Please note that we are not, in any way, connected with the Thai Embassies or Consulates or the Thai government for that matter.

  4. Manuel Becker

    I’m a volunteer for a NGO in Thailand.
    At the moment I have a Non-0-Visa (90 days) and live in Thailand.
    Is it possible to get a 1-year-multiple-entry-visa at the consulate in Melbourne?
    What papers do I need to bring for it (I have a wife and two children)?

    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      Please contact the Thai Consulate in Melbourne directly for information regarding your concern.

  5. Edmond Kolle

    I am permanent resident in Australia with a Cameroon passport, travelling to Cameroon next month and I have a 8hours stop in Bangkok on my way back and wanted to know what is the procedure of getting a tourist or transit visa.

    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      Kindly contact the Thai embassy or consulate in your place of residence to inquire about the tourist or transit visa application procedure and requirements.​

  6. Omer

    I am living in Melbourne on a spouse/partner visa. Me and my partner are planning to have our 2nd year anniversary in Thailand. Since I have a Pakistani passport I am wondering are there any SPECIAL visa requirement for citizens of Pakistan

    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      Before you travel to Thailand, you will need to apply for a tourist visa based on your Pakistani passport. Kindly ​contact the Thai Consulate in Melbourne at (03) 9533 9100 to inquire if they can assist you with the application.

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