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  1. China Travel Advice & Safety

    Australian Government travel advice for China. Exercise a high degree of caution. Travel advice level YELLOW. Understand the risks, safety, laws and contacts. ... Travel to China for medical treatment is increasing. Research and choose your medical service providers carefully. Ask health professionals and former patients about the quality.

  2. Updated Travel Advice

    Australians requiring advice or assistance from the consular section may call during business hours from 8:30 to 5:00 Monday to Friday. Please note: Passport Applications: Monday-Friday 9:00 - 12:00 and Notarial Services: Monday-Friday 14:00 - 15:30 by making appointment. Embassy Public Holidays 202 4.

  3. China

    Travel advice. To help Australians avoid difficulties overseas, we maintain travel advisories for more than 170 destinations. Smartraveller - travel advice; ... The China Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) came into force on 20 December 2015 following 10 years of negotiations.

  4. Travel Advice

    Travel Advice. Information about possible risks overseas are contained in the Department's travel advisories. These and other travel tips to help you better prepare for your overseas trip can be found on the Smartraveller website www.smartraveller.gov.au. Click on the following links to view the latest travel advisories on: China Other countries.

  5. Asia Travel Advice & Safety

    The Australian Government provides 24-hour consular emergency assistance. +61 2 6261 3305 from overseas. 1300 555 135 from within Australia. For how we can help you overseas see the Consular Services Charter.

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    The Australian Government provides 24-hour consular emergency assistance. +61 2 6261 3305 from overseas. 1300 555 135 from within Australia. For how we can help you overseas see the Consular Services Charter.

  7. Australian Consulate General Shanghai

    Travel Advice for China. Visit the Australian Government's Smartraveller website for up-to-date travel advice for China. You can subscribe to one or more countries or to our official bulletins for information including voting, large sporting events, or widespread health or security issues. We encourage you to subscribe to this service as soon ...

  8. Australian government announces COVID-19 testing requirements for

    Australia is to introduce COVID-19 test requirements for arrivals from China — after skyrocketing COVID-19 case numbers — joining a range of other countries, including the United Kingdom, the ...

  9. China Travel Restrictions

    Find continuously updated travel restrictions for China such as border, vaccination, COVID-19 testing, and quarantine requirements. Flights. Hotels. Cars. Flight+Hotel. Travel Guides. Holiday Rentals. Explore. ... Unvaccinated visitors from Australia can enter China without restrictions.

  10. Travelling to China from Australia. What you need to know

    Do Australians or Australia residents need a visa to visit China. All Australian citizens require a visa to visit China even as a tourist.¹ The only nationalities that can enter mainland China visa-free are those from Singapore, Brunei or Japan.² This means Australian residents will need to apply for a visa to visit China and processes will ...

  11. Frequently Asked Questions: Australian in Shanghai

    For 24-hour emergency consular support Australians can call +61 2 6261 3305 (from overseas) or 1300 555 135 (from within Australia). Australians in China are encouraged to subscribe to Smartraveller travel advice for the latest information: China Travel Advice & Safety | Smartraveller . If I feel unwell and suspect it to be Covid-19, what do I do?

  12. A checklist for travel between Australia and China

    19 November 2021: On 1 October 2021, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced Australia will reopen its international border from November, giving long-awaited freedoms to vaccinated citizens and their relatives. AustCham China presents a user-friendly checklist for travel between Australia and China for citizens and permanent resident holders.

  13. Answers to Frequently Asked Questions on Visa-free Policy to Ordinary

    Answer: Australian citizens eligible for visa-free entry to China can enter multiple times. Currently, there are no restrictions on the number of visa-free entries or total days of stay limit. It is of vital importance to keep in mind not to be engaged in activities inconsistent with your purpose of entry.

  14. Travel

    1300 555 135 within Australia +61 2 6261 3305 from anywhere in the world. Read more about getting help overseas on Smartraveller. Travel advice. We maintain travel advisories on Smartraveller for over 175 destinations, assigning an overall advice level to each. The advice levels reflect the risks for Australian travellers in each destination.

  15. Australia says no change to rules regarding travellers from China

    Australia is making no change to its rules around allowing travellers from China into the country, despite measures by some countries to require mandatory COVID-19 tests, Australian Prime Minister ...

  16. Will Australia see an influx of Chinese tourists as China relaxes

    From last Thursday, all travellers from China — including Australian citizens — have to take a pre-departure COVID-19 test and provide a negative result before heading to Australia. The new ...

  17. Notice for China-bound foreign passengers

    Notice for China-bound foreign passengers. 2022/01/08. In order to reduce cross-border transmission of Covid-19, especially considering the latest developments of COVID-19 in Australia, the Embassy and Consulate-Generals of China have made major changes on the application procedures. Passengers who travel on and after 17 January, 2022 are ...

  18. Warning for Australian tourists expected to 'rapidly return' to China

    Back in 2019, the Asian superpower was the fifth most popular country for Australians to travel to, with 608,000 people visiting that year, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

  19. Vaccination for international travellers

    Smartraveller, the Australian Government's travel advisory and consular information service, which provides up-to-date advice about health, safety and other risks of specific destinations for Australian travellers; The following resources have comprehensive technical advice on international travel and health, including vaccination:

  20. Australia Travel Advice For Chinese and Permanent Residents in China

    Travel preparation is the key to hassle free trip to Australia from China. By doing your homework before you leave for Australia, you could very well lower the prospect of anything going wrong. ... Latest Travel Advice for Australia - If you are a national of China and travelling to Australia, always check the latest travel advice for Australia ...

  21. Destinations

    The Australian Government provides 24-hour consular emergency assistance. +61 2 6261 3305 from overseas. 1300 555 135 from within Australia. For how we can help you overseas see the Consular Services Charter.

  22. Best China Tours & Holidays 2024/2025

    China Highlights. Elizabeth · Traveled June 2024. An excellent tour of the highlights of China for first time visitors. The accommodations and optional restaurants and activities were carefully selected by Intrepid. The sunset hour at the Great Wall was unbelievably lovely with more time to explore the next morning.

  23. China Visa Policy for Australian, New Zealand: 15 ...

    The visa-free policy also benefits Chinese living in New Zealand and Australia, making it more convenient and smooth for family visits and travel to China. How to Apply China Visa If New Zealand and Australian citizens need to stay over 15 days in China, or want to work, study or live in China, he/she need to apply for required Chinese visas.

  24. Visit to China

    Travel advice. To help Australians avoid difficulties overseas, we maintain travel advisories for more than 170 destinations. Smartraveller - travel advice; International COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate. Prove your COVID-19 vaccinations when you travel overseas. Services Australia

  25. Where do Australia's China ties go after hack?

    Where do Australia's China ties go after hack? The public outing only raises the question of where Australia takes the matter from here, and what it expects China to do. Jul 9, 2024 - 7.30pm

  26. Australian wine exports to China reached $142m in May

    From $1.3bn in the 12 months to October 2020, the value of Australian wine exports to China dropped to about $10m after the Chinese government introduced a 220 per cent tariff amid heightened ...