Australian Embassy

Services for Australians

Services for Australians Overseas

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Consular assistance

Need help now? Find the 24-hour, 7-day a week emergency consular hotlines on this website’s home page.

We assist Australians overseas within limits. Our capacity to assist is influenced by local laws and conditions, international rules governing consular work, and by the cooperation offered by persons and organisations. This does not diminish the obligation of Australian citizens to keep themselves informed on the situation in the country likely to affect their safety or to meet costs incurred in rendering assistance.

We encourage all Australian travellers and residents in Brazil to:


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Has your Australian passport been lost or stolen in Brazil? Report it online or to the Embassy. You may need to obtain an Australian passport in Brazil. More information is also available on the Australian Passports Office website.



Find handy information for Australians or residents returning from a holiday or moving back to Australia.


Aussies living in Brazil

Selected advice for Australians living in Brazil: