Australian passport application for Australians visiting or residing in Malta
STEP 1 - Complete your application form
You can either receive the appropriate form by post or download it from the Australian passport office website.
► To receive your form by post
Please call +356 2133 8201 during office hours.
For a renewal, make sure you have your current passport with you when you call, as we need to check a few details with you
► Complete the form online and print it
If you have a printer, you can download and print the form from the Australian passport office website. You will need to create an account first, and answer a few questions to access the correct form.
STEP 2 - Obtain Photos & collect required documents
All documents and certificates must be original documents, photocopies are not accepted.
If you are unsure which documents are required,
Photos: Australian passport photos must meet specific standards.
STEP 3 - Contact us to book an appointment for an interview:
call +356 2133 8201 or
email: [email protected]
Note: All applications must be submitted in person and by appointment only. Appointments are available between 9.00am to 12.00pm, Tuesday to Friday.
► Adult application
Over the age of 18, your application must be lodged in person.
► Child application
■ 0- 15 year olds are not required to attend the interview. One parent must lodge the application in person.
■ 16 and 17 years olds must attend the interview, together with the lodging parent.
Australian Passport fees
Passport applications lodged in Malta are to be paid in Euros.
Passport fees in Euros are subject to change monthly with currency fluctuations. Please find the current fees here.
Lost and stolen passports
Should your passport be lost or stolen, please report the loss or theft of your passport as soon as possible by contacting us. Depending on your circumstances you can also apply for an emergency or a new passport.
- You will need to obtain a police report from any police station in Malta.
- Both parents need to provide consent prior to the issue of an emergency passport to a child.
- It is the responsibility of the holder to ensure the emergency travel document is suitable for entry, transit and exit for any ongoing travel including visa requirements.