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Recent Travel Alerts

  • Papua New Guinea Tourist Visas
    July 15, 2016

    Australian passport holders can now secure a 30-day, free tourist visa on arrival in Papua New Guinea.

  • The Royal Embassy of Cambodia wishes to advise visitors to the Kingdom of Cambodia of the fake e-visas
    January 29, 2015

    Fake E-Visa Warning

    The Royal Embassy of Cambodia wishes to advise visitors to the Kingdom of Cambodia of the fake e-visas issued by the following three websites:

    www.cambodiaonarrival.com by TM NET SDN BHD company in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia;

    www.cambodiaevisa.com and www.welovecambodia.com by COMSTOCK DATA MINING company in Texas, USA.

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of the Kingdom of Cambodia has already informed the countries concerned to take legal action against the above three mentioned websites

  • The Embassy of the Republic of Tunisia
    October 01, 2014

    As of 01.10.2014, all Tourist ( non-resident despite their nationality)will need to pay the new departure tax of 30 dinars.This is approximately$20(AUD).
    The above mentioned fee is a cost of a stamp which will be affixed on the passport. the departure tax stamp can only be paid with local currency,Tunisian dinar.The departure tax stamp can be purchased from the airport,port, land border or any revenue office in Tunisia. We recommend that you arrange this prior to your travel to prevent any delays at the airport

  • Embassy of Syria
    July 31, 2012

    Syrian Consular Services have been suspended in Australia; at this time visa processing for Syria is on hold. As soon as Consular Services resume, we will be able to process visa requests.

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