Australian Embassy
Serbia, North Macedonia and Montenegro

Welcome to the Australian Embassy in Belgrade

Welcome to the website of the Australian Embassy in Belgrade. Here you will find information on how to contact us, advice on the range of consular and passport services available to Australians, information on visa and citizenship arrangements, and general information about Australia.

The Australian Ambassador to Serbia is HE Mr Daniel Emery. The Australian Embassy in Belgrade is accredited to the Republic of SerbiaRepublic of North Macedonia and Montenegro .

If you wish to learn more about Australian foreign, trade and development policy or our bilateral relationships we encourage you to explore the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade website.

If you are an Australian travelling overseas we encourage you to check the Smartraveller website. You can also follow Smartraveller on Facebook and Twitter for regular updates.

If you would like regular updates on the work the Australian Embassy does in Serbia, North Macedonia and Montenegro, follow us on Facebook.



NSW Election 25 March

If you’re taking part in the 2023 NSW State election by postal vote overseas, please note we are not a drop off location. Find the list of drop off locations here:

If you don’t have a drop of location near you, send your completed postal vote directly to the NSW Electoral Commission. For more details, visit:



Dear DAP Applicants,

Thank you for your interest in our Direct Aid Program 2022-23. We would like to inform you that the application deadline has expired. Successful applicants will be notified of the status of their application within four to six weeks.


Important information for travel to Australia

Fully vaccinated Australian citizens, permanent residents and eligible visa holders can travel to and from Australia without needing to apply for a travel exemption.

Immediate family members of Australian citizens, permanent residents or New Zealand citizens usually resident in Australia who do not hold an eligible visa must provide proof of relationship before travel by submitting an exemption request through the Travel Exemption Portal.

All other temporary visa holders seeking to travel to Australia must apply for a travel exemption.

From 21 February 2022, all fully vaccinated visa holders can travel to Australia without a travel exemption. Unvaccinated visa holders will still need a valid travel exemption to enter Australia.

For further information please visit and The Smartraveller website remains a valuable source of information with links to relevant Government websites.


The Embassy is operating with a reduced in-office team and reduced public opening hours (09:00 am to 1:00 pm) due to COVID-19 disruptions. Client services are strictly by appointment only.

Book an appointment

If you can't find an available appointment and it's urgent, call our office on +381 (0)11 3303 400.

Read our Consular Services Charter for what services we can and cannot provide.

Follow the Embassy Facebook page and subscribe to for regular updates.

After hours please call +61 2 6261 3305.

Vaccinations against COVID-19

Have you read Smartraveller’s advice on vaccines for Australians overseas?  

You should consult your local health professional for advice on vaccine options, including assistance that may be available locally. 

Australians in Serbia can also find information on Serbia's COVID−19 vaccination program, including how to register online, on the Serbian Government's portal for COVID-19 vaccinations (in Serbian Cyrillic only). 

This information is also included in the travel advice for Serbia   

The Australian Government cannot provide advice on the safety, quality and efficacy of vaccines that have been approved for use outside of Australia's regulatory process (click on "Provisional Registrations" to see list).


Online-only lodgement for Visitor visa (subclass 600)

The Department of Home Affairs (the Department) is introducing 100 per cent online lodgement for Visitor visas (subclass 600). The changes will be introduced in two phases commencing from September 2021. Following these changes, paper applications will not be accepted as valid for lodgement:

  • From 30 September 2021 (phase 1), all applicants applying for a Visitor visa (subclass 600) from outside Australia in any stream must lodge their application online via ImmiAccount. Applicants applying for a Visitor visa (subclass 600) in Australia in the Tourist stream may lodge their application online via ImmiAccount or by posting their application to the Sydney office. The courier option will no longer be available.
  • From early 2022 (phase 2), all applicants applying for a Visitor visa (subclass 600) in Australia in the Tourist stream must lodge their application online via ImmiAccount.


How can I apply for a Visitor visa online?

ImmiAccount is an online service that provides a simple, efficient and convenient way to apply for a visa. You can create an ImmiAccount, select the visa type you want to apply for, attach documents, submit family applications together and pay the application fee online at

You can also get help from a family member, friend or migration agent to submit your application if required.

Australian Visa Application Centres outside Australia may also offer assisted online lodgement services, depending on local country arrangements.


Where can I get additional information?

Information about these changes will be updated on the Department’s website for each Visitor visa (subclass 600) stream page. A list of all streams is at:

Information and guidance about applying online and using ImmiAccount is available on the Department’s website at:

Smartraveller website

Smartraveller has the latest authoritative travel advice so you can be informed and prepared about overseas travel. Subscribe to receive travel advice updates straight to your email inbox.

Visit to subscribe or connect with Smartraveller on Facebook and Twitter.

You can now also subscribe to the new SMS service to receive critical alerts in the event of a crisis overseas.

As always, we encourage Australians overseas to stay in touch with friends and family and let them know you’re safe.

If you need immediate assistance, you can call the Consular Emergency Centre on +61 2 6261 3305 from overseas or 1300 555 135 from within Australia.

Home Affairs Europe Service Centre phone numbers are no longer in operation

The Australian Government Department of Home Affairs Europe Service Centre phone numbers are no longer in operation. Home Affairs have a new Global Service Centre (GSC) providing longer opening hours and shorter wait times. For more information visit Home Affairs website or The Australian High Commission in the United Kingdom websites.


 Information about Australian passport and most recent updates can be found here

Payments for passport and notary services

Passport and notarial fees are payable only by debit or credit card. Notarial services fees can be found at notarial services.

Cards accepted by the Embassy include the Dina Card, Visa, Visa electron, MasterCard and Maestro. All payments will be processed in Serbian Dinars (RSD).

For those not in Serbia, a Credit Card Authorisation Form is attached (FORM) [DOCX].

For Australians in North Macedonia, you can make a bank transfer in euro (EUR) for passport and notary services. Contact the Embassy in Belgrade or our Consular Office in Skopje (North Macedonia) if you wish to use this option.

Appointments for consular and passport services must be made via our online booking system.

If you can't find an available appointment time and it's urgent, call our office on +381 (0)11 3303 400.

Passport fees

Our current passport fees can be found at passport fees.

Consular services: Services for Australians overseas

Please also see this page if you require emergency consular assistance.

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