The Australian High Commission is the official representative of the Australian Government in Singapore. We provide a range of services to the general public, including consular, passport, visa and immigration, citizenship and cultural relations services. We also act on behalf of various Australian Government authorities by representing Australia's interests to local, regional and multilateral government and business organisations in Singapore.
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Public Holiday on 10 July
The Australian High Commisson, Singapore will be closed on Friday 10 July due the the Singapore General Election. If you require urgent consular assistance during this time, please call +65 6836 4100 and follow the prompts to transfer to the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade hotline, or call direct on +61 6261 3305 or send an SMS to +61 421 269 080.
Singapore Long Term and Work Pass Holders
Singapore Ministry of Health (MOH) advise that any long term and work pass holders (including dependants) who leave Singapore from 27 March 2020 will have their entry approval application de-prioritised and could see significant delays before they are allowed to return to Singapore. Any long term pass holders who leave Singapore from 27 March 2020 and are subsequently admitted for suspected COVID-19 and have onset of symptoms within 14 days of returning to Singapore will also be charged at unsubsidised rates for their inpatient stay at public hospitals. Please see MOH website https://www.moh.gov.sg/covid-19 for more details.
Stay safe when overseas. Click here for the latest travel information on Singapore from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
Australian passport holders do not usually require a visa for visits to Singapore of up to 90 days. The Australian High Commission is not the issuing authority for visas to Singapore. For Singapore visa enquiries contact Singapore Immigration & Checkpoints Authority or Singapore High Commission, Canberra. For information about bringing personal medication into Singapore, contact Singapore Health Science Authority.
Travellers and Visitors to Australia
Please visit the Australian Government Department of Health website and the Australian Government Department of Home Affairs for the latest information regarding COVID-19 and travel restrictions for Australia.
Australian Foreign Ministers Announcement
Please see the following link for the Australian Foreign Ministers Announcement regarding Australians abroad during COVID-19. https://www.foreignminister.gov.au/minister/marise-payne/media-release/australians-abroad-during-covid-19