Australian High Commission
New Zealand
with non-resident accreditation to Niue

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information 

While New Zealand COVID-19 Level 2 restrictions are in place, the Australian High Commission in Wellington is able to provide appointments as normal. Additional procedures have been put in place for visitors to enable contact tracing, physical distancing and maintain hygiene standards.
The Auckland Consulate-General and office  will open on Thursday 14th May. Due to Level 2 Covid-19 restrictions by the building manager, public access is limited and can only be arranged by prior appointment.For Consular and Passport bookings and all passport/notarial queries please email direct to auck.passports@dfat.gov.au .

The Australian Government advises all Australians in New Zealand wanting to return home to do so as soon as possible by commercial means. For those Australians who cannot depart or do not wish to leave New Zealand, you are advised to shelter in place and follow the advice of the New Zealand authorities.
For the most up to date information on COVID-19 in both Australia and New Zealand please see the sources below:

Australia

Australia Smart Traveller

Australia Department of Health

Australian Home Affairs (Travel Restrictions)

Australian’s who are seeking consular advice should contact the Australian High Commission

New Zealand

New Zealand COVID-19.govt.nz

New Zealand Safe Travel

New Zealand Ministry of Health

New Zealand Immigration

For advice on restrictions within Australia, please see the relevant State or Territory links below.

New South Wales

Australian Capital Territory

Queensland

Western Australia

Northern Territory

Victoria

South Australia

Tasmania

This situation in New Zealand can change at short notice, please make sure you check the above websites for updates regularly.