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3 April 2020

The Australian Government launched an A$110 million International Freight Assistance Mechanism, in response to the COVID-19 crisis

On 1 April, the Australian Government launched an A$110 million International Freight Assistance Mechanism, in response to the COVID-19 crisis.  The initiative will secure air cargo flights for exports of high-value Australian agricultural and fisheries products destined for key markets, and bring vital medical supplies back to Australia. Initially, the support is available for flights departing from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth, destined for China, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore and the United Arab Emirates.

For Thailand, Australian Government officials are liaising with freight companies to explore the options for increasing air cargo flights from Australia. If your company has a need for air freight services from Australia to Thailand (or in the opposite direction, from Thailand to Australia), please register your interest, including details about the type(s) of products, indicative quantities and frequency of orders at

Australian exporters can also express interest in the new freight mechanism by visiting


19 March 2020

Cancellation of ANZAC Day commemorations in Kanchanaburi, Thailand   

ANZAC Day occurs annually on 25 April, Australians and New Zealanders recognise this day as an occasion of national commemoration. 

Unfortunately, given the global COVID-19 pandemic, a decision has been to cancel this year’s events, both the Dawn Service at Hellfire Pass and the Commemorative Service at the Kanchanaburi War Cemetery. Additionally, the pandemic has resulted in the temporary closure of the Hellfire Pass Interpretive Centre for an indefinite period.

The Australian Embassy wish to thank all stakeholders that have been supportive of the commemorative events and hope that the COVID-19 crisis will be resolved quickly and we may once again be in a position to hold the services in April 2021.


13 March 2020

How you can help support bushfire recovery activities

While the Australian bushfire emergency response phase is over, the Australian Government is actively working with affected communities to rebuild.  Australia is deeply grateful for the all of the offers of support it has received from around the world. Should you wish to make a financial donation, please make this directly to emergency service agencies or to charities involved in supporting the recovery efforts, as this allows services to most effectively and efficiently deal with the on-ground recovery efforts.  (More)


4 March 2020

Monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The Australian Embassy continues to welcome notarial, passports and consular clients as we closely monitor the Coronavirus (COVID-19) . We ask those who have travelled to Mainland China, Iran, Italy or South Korea in the past 14 days, or who are feeling unwell, to contact us directly by phone before attending their appointment. Clients displaying symptoms of being unwell may be refused entry and requested to return in 14 days after the recommended quarantine period.  


5 February 2020

Novel coronavirus and Australian visas

The Australian government has announced measures to ensure the health, safety and well-being of the Australian community, including implementing travel restrictions. Visa applicants and travellers should view the latest information available on the Department of Home Affairs website.


12 December 2019

New Colombo Plan 2020 scholars announced 

The Australian Government’s New Colombo Plan will support 125 emerging leaders from across Australia to live, learn and gain work experience in the Indo-Pacific in 2020. This includes a university student who has made Thailand their priority destination. (More)


10 December 2019

Media release by Senator the Hon Marise Payne, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Women: International Human Rights Day (Eng / Thai)


29 October 2019

2020 New Colombo Plan Thailand mobility grants

The Australian Government is pleased to announce that 341 Australian university students will undertake study and work-based experiences in Thailand as part of the 2020 New Colombo Plan Mobility Program. (More)


8 September 2019

Advancing regional trade and investment opportunities

Following the recording of record export and trade data for Australia last week, Australian Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment Simon Birmingham will represent Australia at ASEAN-related trade negotiations in Bangkok today and tomorrow. (More)