The Consulate raises awareness of Australia’s capabilities across a range of sectors, including the creative industries (film, music and fashion), innovation and technology, infrastructure, education, and tourism. In addition, the Consulate-General in Los Angeles manages the annual G’Day USA program, which brings together business, academia and policy makers to showcase Australia as an innovative and high-quality partner for the US, build people to people links, and enhance dialogue on shared priorities such as cooperation in the Indo-Pacific, defence industries and innovation.
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STAY INFORMED: COVID19
For the latest updates on Covid19 please visit the Embassy of Australia, Washington DC's Covid19 'Stay Informed' page. Here you will find the following information:
- Information for Australians (including available flights, quarantine arrangements and flight caps)
- Australian State and Territory Border Closures
- Ban on Departure from Australia
- Australian Government Information
- Information for Australian Pet Owners
- Cruise Ship Information
- Embassy and Consulate visitors
- Passport and consular clients
- Information for travellers to Australia
- US Visas (including ESTAS and Student visas)
- US Operating Status and Self Isolation Requirements per State
For urgent consular assistance contact:
- +61 2 6261 3305 from overseas
- 1300 555 135 from within Australia
For non-urgent inquiries, email [email protected]
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