Australian Embassy
Turkey, Azerbaijan, Georgia

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Welcome to the website of the Australian Embassy in Turkey


This site is designed to provide you with information about Australia and the services offered by the Embassy. Whether you are interested in doing business with or investing in Australia, going on holiday, studying or just learning more about our country, we hope you find this site of use. The travel advice for Turkey, Azerbaijan and Georgia is updated regularly. Australians travelling or living in Turkey, Azerbaijan or Georgia are urged to register with Smartraveller. This helps us to contact you in an emergency, provide travel advisory updates and details of elections. We have offices in Ankara, Istanbul and Canakkale.

Are you Australian Alumni interested in networking with other Alumni in Turkey? Register with us on (Sizin gibi Avustralya'da bulunan okullardan mezunlarla ile tanışmak ve sosyalleşmek ister misiniz? Sistemimize kayıt olun) ankara.embassy@dfat.gov.au

 

LATEST UPDATE

The Embassy is unable to provide responses regarding visa, citizenship or customs enquiries. You will need to visit the Department of Home Affairs’ website at www.homeaffairs.gov.au.
 

 

 

 

DIRECT AID PROGRAM

The Australian Embassy's Direct Aid Program (DAP) has now opened the call for proposal for the fiscal year of 2018-19 through an online service powered by Smartygrants. For more information on the application procedures and the DAP Guidelines click here.

Indicative Timeline

6-31 August  2018                      

 

Applicants submit DAP project project proposals.

                          

September - October 2018                                                       Embassy assess project proposals and conducts field visits if necessary.

 

October - November 2018

DAP Committee meets to discuss proposals. Successful applicats are notified and funds allocated.

 

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