Embassy Address: 41 Kayed Al Armouti Street, PO Box 35201, Abdoun, Amman 11180 - Telephone: +962 6 580 7000, Facsimile: +962 6 580 7001
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Welcome to the Australian Embassy in Jordan
Welcome to the website of the Australian Embassy in Jordan. We have developed this site to provide visitors with information on the Embassy's services as well as the relationship between Australia and Jordan. The website also contains useful links aimed at answering some commonly-asked questions about Australia: visas and immigration; links to the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade; Australian Embassies and Australian Government websites. These links are designed to assist those looking for information on Australian culture, business opportunities, international activities and government services.
Thank you for visiting our website and we hope it provides you with the information you seek.
Heidi Venamore PSM
The Australian Government's Foreign and Trade Policy Agenda and Priorities
The Minister for Foreign Affairs, The Hon. Julie Bishop MP and the Minister for Trade and Investment, The Hon. Andrew Robb AO MP outline the Australian Government's foreign and trade policy agenda and priorities in the following video address:
Ambassador Venamore hosts Jordanian National Football Team prior to departure for the AFC Asian Cup 2015
50 days until kick-off!
(Ambassador Venamore, JFA Vice President Salah Sabra, Head Coach Raymond Wilkins and team members at the Australian Embassy - photo Hasan Al Tamimi)
Important information to all Jordanian Visitors wishing to attend the Asian Cup 2015 in Australia:
Ambassador Venamore hosts Jordanian Alumni of Australian tertiary institutions
On 30 October 2014 Ambassador Heidi Venamore hosted a gathering of Jordanian Alumni of Australian tertiary institutions, with a view to exploring possibilities for networking, collaboration and promotion of the Australian education sector in Jordan.
Counter People Smuggling Communication
The Australian Government has introduced a tough new policy for managing illegal maritime arrivals by boat to Australia called Operation Sovereign Borders (OSB).
OSB is a military-led border security initiative to stop the boats, to prevent people risking their lives at sea in the hands of criminals, and to preserve the integrity of Australia’s immigration program.
The new policy introduces a rapid transfer process where asylum seekers are transferred to either the country of Papua New Guinea or country of Nauru within 48 hours of arrival in Australia. The new policy also includes the expansion of processing centres in both locations as well as the turning back of asylum seeker boats.
The OSB Joint Agency Taskforce is delivering a range of offshore communication activities to inform people considering coming to Australia illegally by boat that the rules have changed and they will never get to Australia.
An Arabic factsheet on OSB can be found at the following link:
Media Releases by the Minister for Immigration and Border Protection can be found at the following link:
Media Releases and up to date information from the Joint Agency Task Force (JATF) can be found at the following link:
Further information in Arabic and languages other than English can be found at the following link:
Video footage in Arabic on OSB can be found at the following link:
Information for Australian Citizens
- The Embassy has introduced an appointments system for Consular & Passports clients. Please click here for further information.
- Consular Duty Officer (24 hour): +61 2 6261 3305 or within Australia only: 1300 555 135 (toll free - local call cost only)
- Travel Advice - Important things you should know about visiting Jordan.
- Specific Advice for Business Travellers
- If we can't find you ... we can't help you! Register to receive updated information
- Consular Privacy Collection Statement
- Australian passport information and applications
The following vacancies are now open - applications for all positions close on 2 December 2014