Embassy of Finland, Canberra
The contact information of the Honorary Consulates of Finland can be found on the country-specific websites.
Email: [email protected]
Tel. +61 262 733 800
For further advice on the coronavirus (COVID-19) and the precautions you should take, please visit www.health.gov.au.(Link to another website.) Please follow the requirements and guidance for seeking medical advice and self-quarantining.
+358 9 1605 5555
Assistance of Finnish nationals in distress abroad. No visa inquiries. Phone calls will be recorded.
Finland's pledges and commitments for the candidacy to the UN Human Rights Council
Finland is proud to present its candidacy to a seat on the United Nations Human Rights Council for the 2022–2024 term. Previously, Finland served as a member of the Human Rights Council for a period of one year starting in 2006, when the Council was newly established.
Changes proposed to the prices of identity cards and passports issued by missions abroad
The Ministry for Foreign Affairs has sent out for comments a proposal on amendments to the Decree of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs on Fees for Services Produced by the Foreign Service. The consultation round will be open until 6 August 2021. According to the proposal, the prices of identity cards and passports issued by missions abroad would be raised by 6 euros and 55 euros respectively.
Changes to travel recommendations: exercise special caution when travelling to the EU and the Schengen area
Exercise special caution when travelling to the EU and the Schengen area. Avoid unnecessary travel to countries outside the EU and the Schengen area, except for countries for which the restrictions on entry have been lifted. If you still decide to travel, always check before travelling the current coronavirus and entry restrictions from the authorities of the country of your destination.
Nordic embassies in Australia deepen dialogue on a potential global agreement to combat marine plastic pollution
On Tuesday, April 20, the Embassy of Denmark, the Embassy of Finland, the Embassy of Norway and the Embassy of Sweden, in collaboration with the ANU Centre for European Studies, hosted an event to deepen dialogue on international efforts to combat marine plastic pollution.