Australian Embassy
Republic of Croatia

Welcome to the Australian Embassy in Zagreb  

Welcome to the website of the Australian Embassy in Croatia. Here you will find information on how to contact us, advice on the range of consular and passport services available to Australian citizens, information on visa and citizenship arrangements, and general information about Australia.

If you wish to learn more about Australian foreign and trade policy, or our bilateral relationships with Croatia, we encourage you to explore our Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade website:  

If you are an Australian citizen planning to travel overseas we encourage you to check our Smart Traveller website


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 The Australian Embassy has an online appointment system for all passport and notarial services and these services are available by appointment only

 Appointments must be booked online.  For more information and to make an appointment click here

 Client counter hours are from  9:00 am – 12:00 pm Monday to Friday.  For a list of public holidays scroll to the bottom of the following page: About Us






All boys and girls aged 5 - 15 in Croatia are invited to participate in a competition to create Christmas tree ornaments for the Embassy Christmas tree.  All ornaments will be used to decorate the Embassy's Christmas tree.  A photograph of the tree decorated with the children's ornaments will become the official Christmas card for the Embassy.  A winning ornament will be chosen from each age group (5-8, 9-12, 13-15) and awarded with an Australian backpack filled with Aussie goodies.  Ornaments to be sent by 1st December. For more information visit our events page (in Croatian) or contact the Embassy on:


 G'DAY CROATIA - Battle of the Zagreb University Faculties quiz night

Are you a student, a professor or administrator from the University of Zagreb?

Test your knowledge on Australia in a fun atmosphere and find out more about why Australia is a great education destination!  There is no entry fee, the first drink is free and snacks will be provided. There are also many exciting prizes to be won! This is an 18+ event.  Get together your friends and colleagues to register your team of 4. 

For full details, instructions and registration form go to our events page:




The Australian Government Department of Home Affairs Europe Service Centre phone numbers are no longer in operation. Home Affairs have a new Global Service Centre (GSC) providing longer opening hours and shorter wait times.

The Australian Embassy is unable to respond to visa, citizenship or customs enquiries. You will need visit the Department of Home Affairs’ website at  or call the Home Affairs’ Global Service Centre number on +61 2 6196 0196, open Monday to Friday 9:00 to 17:00 (Croatian time).

You can read frequently asked questions on:




In November 2017 Australian Government released its Foreign Policy White Paper ( ), the first comprehensive policy paper on Australia’s international engagement since 2003. The Foreign Policy White Paper charts a clear course in a time of change and uncertainty. It sets out the Government’s strategy for engaging with the world and, in particular, the Indo-Pacific region over the next decade. To read the Prime Minister’s introduction, the Ministerial Foreword and Overview in english click here




From 1 July 2015, most Australian missions overseas are permitted to issue an Australian apostille on original public documents.

If you require an Apostille Stamp on your Australian document, please contact the Australian Embassy in Zagreb for further information or visit the Smartraveller website for information on Apostille stamps:




As of 1 July 2015 passport applications are no longer accepted by post.


For more information on passport applications contact the Embassy on or 01/4891200


 Australian Alumni Network Croatia (AANC)


The Australian Embassy is keen to build an alumni network. We have found many people have links to Australia through many avenues but especially through study; either as a member of the diaspora or as a person who furthered their education in Australia. The growing relationship between Australia and Croatia will only benefit from there shared experiences. While this is not compulsory, we would appreciate it if you would join our network.

Being part of the Australian Alumni Network Croatia provides opportunities to network, support and promote important relationships built during your study in Australia.


The Network promotes ongoing understanding, cooperation and research amongst its membership base and significantly increases networking opportunities for its members on a global scale. Network initiatives facilitate ongoing professional development opportunities for members, raising the profile of study or research conducted in Australia, and in turn, the alumni themselves.

Members are part of a community of high-achieving individuals, accessing the activities, events, contacts and benefits that can be gained by being part of a common network.

If you would like more information about the network, please email  

If you are an Australian alumnus, please complete the registration form and send to the Embassy email address.

Thank you!



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