Do German citizens need visa for Australia?
German citizens need a visa to travel to Australia. Germans can apply for a visa online, the eVisitor visa system is fully electronic with no need to present paperwork in person at an embassy or consulate. To obtain the visa, Germans require a passport valid for at least 3 months from the date of arrival in Australia.
Where are the German consulates?
Welcome to the Website of the German Embassy Washington and the eight German Consulates General in the United States: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, and San Francisco.
Who is the Australian ambassador to Germany?
Mr Philip Green OAM
H.E. Mr Philip Green OAM Philip Green is the Australian Ambassador to Germany, Switzerland and Liechtenstein. Mr Green is a senior career officer with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and was most recently First Assistant Secretary, United States and Indo-Pacific Strategy Division.
Can you come to Australia from Germany?
Valid passport – German passport holders traveling to Australia require a passport. Acquiring a passport is quite easy. All you need to do is visit the issuing authority in your own country. Your passport has to be valid for at least 90 days from the date of arrival in Australia.
Can a German work in Australia?
German nationals who wish to work for an Australian employer should contact the nearest Australian embassy or consulate to obtain a corresponding visa. They can apply for either a working visa, or a working holiday visa for travellers under the age of 31.
How long can an Australian stay in Germany without a visa?
Australian citizens are allowed to travel to Germany and to stay in Germany for up to 90 days without having to apply for a visa, as long as their passport is valid for the entire duration of the stay and as long as they do not engage in any kind of employment in Germany.
Can Australians get vaccinated in Germany?
The Australian international vaccination certificate is valid for entry into Germany.
What does the Australian consulate do?
Providing support during crises and international emergencies. Delivering information and advice to help Australians help themselves and avoid difficulties overseas. Offering a limited range of notarial services, such as witnessing and legalising documents and administering oaths and affirmations (fees apply).