Australian Consulate-General
Hong Kong, China
Address: 23/F Harbour Centre, 25 Harbour Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong - Tel: +852 2827 8881 - Fax: +852 2585 4457

2014 Victorian State Election

The Victorian State Election will be held on Saturday, 29 November 2014.

To enrol or update your voting details, please click here. To confirm your enrolment to vote online, click here. The Consulate is not in a position to confirm your eligibility to vote in the state election.

Early voting for eligible voters will be available at the Australian Consulate-General, 24 Floor, Harbour Centre, 25 Harbour Road, Wanchai. The polling centre’s opening hours will be 9am to 5pm from Monday 19 to Friday 28 November 2014. The polling centre will be closed Saturday, 22 November and Sunday, 23 November. Please also note the polling centre will not open on Election Day Saturday, 29 November.

If you are unable to use the pre-poll services, postal voting is an option. Postal vote applications will be available from Wednesday, 5 November. For further details, please visit www.vec.vic.gov.au.

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The Smartraveller advisory for Hong Kong has been reviewed and reissued with new information regarding large pro-democracy demonstrations. We recommend that Australians avoid large public demonstrations, and monitor local media to keep abreast of latest developments. We continue to advise Australians to exercise normal safety precautions in Hong Kong. To access the full Smartraveller advisory for Hong Kong, click here, visit www.Smartraveller.gov.au, or download the Smartraveller App for iPhone.

 

 

 

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Calling Australia Awards Alumni

Have you been a recipient, or do you know a recipient of an Australia Award study grant, including the Cheung Kong Endeavour Awards? Interested in reconnecting with Australia through social, education and business-related events? We’re seeking to reconnect with Australia Awards alumni in Hong Kong and Macau. Click here to share your Australia Awards experience.

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A message from the Australian Ministers for Foreign Affairs and Trade & Investment, Hon. Julie Bishop MP and Minister Andrew Robb AO MP highlighting the Australian Government's foreign and trade priorities.

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Latest News:

Australian Visa Application Centre in Hong Kong for the first time

Immigration and Citizenship services from the Australian Consulate General will change from Monday 13 October with the opening of the Australian Visa Application Centre (AVAC). The new AVAC is located at Quarry Bay, Hong Kong. [ More ]

Hong Kong Welcomes Australia’s New Colombo Plan Students

Australia’s Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Senator Brett Mason, will tonight officially launch the operation of the New Colombo Plan pilot phase in Hong Kong at an event with students from the University of Wollongong in Australia. These students are among the first to participate in the pilot phase and are currently undertaking a program at the Hong Kong Institute of Education. [ More ]

Macau now eligible for online visitor visa applications for Australia

Macau passport holders will have easier access to visas for short-term visits to Australia from 9 May 2014, the Australian Consulate-General said. [ More ]

Australia’s Navy Chief observes Anzac Day in HK

Chief of the Royal Australian Navy, Vice Admiral Ray Griggs, today joined a large gathering of Australians and New Zealanders to commemorate the 99th anniversary of Anzac Day at the Hong Kong Cenotaph in Central. [ More ]

Australia Day 2014
Celebrating strong ties with Hong Kong and Australia

Hong Kong’s Financial Secretary, Mr John Tsang GBS, JP, has acknowledged the many contributions that Australians here have made to the city’s social, economic and cultural development over the years. The Financial Secretary made his comments last night during an official reception in Hong Kong to honour Australia’s national day. [ More ]

Immigration pact strengthens Australia-Macau Cooperation

Australia and Macau have further strengthened cooperation at an official level with the signing today of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on immigration issues. [ More ]

Australian education goes mobile with new official website

Hong Kong students can research and plan their Australian education via mobile phone and tablet on the new Study in Australia website, www.studyinaustralia.gov.au, the official source of information on studying in Australia. [ More ]

 


 

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