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25 April 2021

The Australian and New Zealand Embassies jointly host 2021 virtual Anzac Day commemorative service

To commemorate those Australians and New Zealanders who have served and died in wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations, the Australian and New Zealand Embassies came together to jointly host the 2021 virtual Anzac Day Commemorative Service at the Australian Embassy, Bangkok. (More)


30 March 2021

Australian Embassy celebrates Women's Month through gender equality panel discussion

To celebrate Women’s Month 2021, on 30 March 2021 the Australian Embassy in Thailand – together with the UNFPA Asia-Pacific Regional Office and CARE Australia – co-hosted a hybrid panel discussion under the theme “Linking women’s economic empowerment, eliminating gender-based violence and enabling sexual and reproductive health and rights for all”. (More)


8 March 2021

AustCham Thailand, Kungthai-AXA and Australian Embassy, Thailand promote gender equality and women in leadership on this year International Women’s Day

AustCham’s Women in Leadership Committee in collaboration with Krungthai-AXA and Australian Embassy, Thailand marks International Women’s Day with the launch of Walk the Talk (WTT) - a program of outdoor walking events connecting emerging female leaders with established professionals, to develop leadership potential through mentoring. (More)


16 February 2021

Premiere screening of the documentary “King Maha Vajiralongkorn Phra Vajiraklaochaoyuhua in Australia” commemorating His Majesty the King’s time in Australia

His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn lived in Australia from 1970 to 1976. The then-Crown Prince studied at The King’s School in Sydney and at the prestigious Royal Military College, Duntroon, and trained with the elite Special Air Service Regiment. (More)


18 December 2020

Design Competition for the Australian Embassy 's Rabbit Card (More)


13 November 2020

Strategic Partnership with Thailand

Australia has a longstanding friendship with Thailand, stretching back to the establishment of diplomatic relations in 1952. Today, with my Thai counterpart, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, I have elevated our relationship to that of a Strategic Partnership. (More)