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AUSTRALIAN BORDER UPDATE: The Prime Minister has announced that upcoming changes to travel arrangements for fully vaccinated eligible visa holders and citizens from Japan and Korea will now come into effect from 15 December 2021.

Travel restrictions due to new COVID-19 variant: Travel restrictions are now in place for people who have been in South Africa, Lesotho, Ekatwini, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Seychelles, Mozambique, or Malawi in the last 14 days. Please see Travel restrictions | COVID-19 and the border (homeaffairs.gov.au) for more details if travelling to Australia from these locations. 

Update on entry into NSW: From 12am on 28 November, all fully vaccinated travellers arriving in NSW who have been in any overseas country must get a COVID-19 PCR (nose and throat) test and self-isolate at their place of residence for at least 72 hours. Please see International travel to and from NSW | NSW Government for more details if travelling to NSW. 

Update on entry into VIC:  From 11.59 pm 27 November, all international travellers arriving into Victoria, who have visited the following extreme risk countries: South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Lesotho, Eswatini, Seychelles, Malawi, and Mozambique in the past 14 days are required to undertake 14 days’ hotel quarantine, regardless of their vaccination status. All other international travellers arriving in Victoria who are fully vaccinated, aged below 12 and 2 months or have a valid medical exemption are required to quarantine for 72 hours upon arrival. Please see Information for overseas travellers | Coronavirus Victoria for more details if travelling to VIC. 

Update on entry into ACT: Quarantine requirements re-introduced for all international arrivals introduced from 1159pm on 27 November 2021. Please see Quarantine requirements re-introduced for all international arrivals - COVID-19 (act.gov.au) for more details if travelling to ACT. 

COVID-19 updates and returning to Australia

This page includes information on travelling between Australia and Singapore, transiting through Singapore, vaccination status/certificates and other useful information for Australians living in Singapore. Please click here to find out more. 

For information on the Vaccinated Travel Lane (Australia to Singapore), please click here.

For information on the Singapore Travel Pilot, please click here.

If you are in need of urgent consular assistance, please refer to the consular information here.

 

Enhanced COVID-19 Measures in Singapore

In line with enhanced COVID-19 measures in Singapore, the Australian High Commission will only permit 2 adults per appointment for passport and notarial services.

The Australian High Commission, Singapore

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.  

 

   

 

Employment opportunities - Locally Engaged Staff 

Human Resources & Protocol Manager

The High Commission is seeking an energetic and professional individual with relevant experience to work as the Human Resources & Protocol Manager in the Corporate and Consular Services Section.  For more information on the position and to apply, please see Career Opportunities (embassy.gov.au)

Applications close midnight 14 December 2021.

 

Project Coordinator

The High Commission is seeking an energetic and professional individual with relevant experience to work as the Project Coordinator in the Singapore Office of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO).  For more information on the position and to apply, please see Career Opportunities (embassy.gov.au).

Applications close midnight 14 December 2021.

 

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Payment in Australian Dollars Only

All services at the Australian High Commission are charged in Australian dollars.

Payment will be accepted by credit card only (Visa, Mastercard and American Express)

Please be aware that you may be charged a foreign transaction fee or currency conversion fee by your credit card provider if your credit card was not issued in Australia.