Australian High Commissioner H.E. Ms Julienne Hince welcomes you to our website
Our High Commission in Malta offers a range of services including passport, consular and notarial services.
Please contact our offices to make an appointment: (+356) 2133 8201
We do not have a visas and citizenship service available (see below).
If you are an Australian citizen and have a Consular Emergency during the holiday period you are advised to contact the Consular Emergency Centre in Australia which is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Phone from outside Australia: +612 2 6261 3305 or email email@example.com
Connect With Us / Registration:
Are you an Australian citizen living in, or visiting, Malta or Tunisia? Please make sure you register with us at www.smartraveller.gov.au
Please note, passport lodgement is available with an appointment only on Monday to Friday between 8:30am and 12:00pm.
For more information or to make an appointment please call: (+356) 2133 8201
Payments can be made by credit card, BOV debit card, cheque or cash in the Euro equivalent of the current Australian dollar application fee.
Consular Services - Legalisation of Documents / Notarials:
Please note, consular services for Australian Citizens are available Monday to Friday between 8:30am and 16:00pm. If you are a dual national in your country of other nationality, we will only be able to assist in exceptional circumstances.
For more information on Notarial Services and Document Legalisation, please visit here.
Please note that we only accept credit cards and BOV debit cards for payment of Notarial Services and Document Legalisation fees.
Changes to Australian Passport and Consular Fees, January 2018
Local fees are subject to change monthly with currency fluctuations.
Visas and Citizenship:
The Australian High Commission in Malta, does not provide visa or immigration advice. Maltese and Tunisian citizens are now able to apply for visas online. For more information on visas and citizenship please visit the Department of Immigration and Border Protection's website.
Duty Free, Prohibited Items and More:
To learn what you can send to or take into Australia please visit the Department of Immigration and Border Protection's website.