The Australian Embassy represents the Australian Government in Indonesia and is headed by Mr Gary Quinlan, Ambassador. It is the largest of Australians overseas diplomatic missions.
Embassy staff deal with a range of matters, including trade, diplomatic relations, two-way investment, education, defence and security cooperation and development partnerships.
The embassy hosts a number of Australian Government departments, including the Departments of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Defence, Attorney-General, Immigration and Border Protection, Education, Agriculture and Water Resources, the Australian Trade Commission (Austrade), the Australian Federal Police and the National Library of Australia. All work together to promote Australia's interests in Indonesia.
The Embassy aims to grow and diversify trade and investment; to enhance the understanding of Indonesia in Australia; to work with Indonesia on its development priorities and as a partner in regional and global multilateral forums such as ASEAN, the EAS, IORA, the G20 and APEC.
The embassy also provides consular services for Australians living in and travelling through Indonesia. The Australian Embassy is responsible for Australian passports, entry clearances and visas to enter Australia.
Jalan Patra Kuningan Raya Kav. 1-4
Jakarta Selatan 12950
+62 21 2550 5555
+62 21 2550 5467
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The Embassy is open from 8.00 am to 4.00 pm Monday to Friday except for public holidays.
Our counter hours are:
Arrangements have been made for consular and passport services to be available by appointment only between 8.00 am - 12.00 pm and 1.00 pm - 4.00 pm Monday to Friday. The contact number for appointments for consular services is (+62 21) 2550 5500. Clients will only have access to Embassy by appointment.
Visas and migration
The Immigration Section is closed to the general public.
Click here for more information on visas and migration.
- 1 January - New Year’s Day
- 16 February - Chinese New Year 2569
- 30 March - Good Friday
- 2 April - Easter Monday
- 1 May - International Labour Day
- 15 June - Idul Fitri 1439 Hijriyah
- 18 June - Idul Fitri 1439 Hijriyah (in lieu)
- 17 August - Indonesian Independence Day
- 22 August - Idul Adha 1439 Hijriyah
- 1 October - Labour Day
- 25 December - Christmas Day
- 26 December - Boxing Day
- 27 December - Additional DFAT holiday
- 28 December - Additional DFAT holiday