Australian Embassy in Athens

by Cristina on January 30, 2009

by Cristina | January 30th, 2009  

The Australian Embassy in Athens is meant to provide assistance to the Australian citizens visiting Greece or living here. The Embassy also maintains an Honorary Consul in Thessaloniki, but it’s advisable to contact the Embassy in the first instance.

The Australian Embassy can provide assistance in the following cases:

  • if an Australian citizen lost a passport or the passport was stolen, the Embassy can issue a replacement passport
  • in case an Australian citizen was victim of crime, is seriously ill or dies in Greece
  • in case an Australian citizen is arrested
  • in case an Australian citizen needs a lawyer or doctor, the Embassy can provide a list
  • in case an Australian citizen needs the latest travel advice


Here you can find more information about what the Embassy can and cannot do for the Australian citizens.

Australian Embassy in Athens

Address:
Level 6, Thon Building , Cnr Kifisias & Alexandras Ave, Ambelokipi, Athens

Official Australian Embassy in Greece Website

Telephone: 210 870 4000

Hours of operation:
Mon- Fri: 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
For phone inquiries 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Map of the Australian Embassy in Athens

Here’s an interactive map pointing to the Australian Embassy in Athens (zoom in for a detailed look at the streets)


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Honorary Consul in Thessaloniki

Address:
28 Archeologikou Mousiou Street
Thessaloniki 54641 Greece

Tel.: +30 (2)310 827-494
Fax: +30 (2)310 827-424

Hours of operation:
Mon-Fri: 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

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