Australian Embassy
Rome
Italy, San Marino, Albania, Libya

For travel advice for Italy, San Marino, Albania and Libya please visit Smartraveller.

For further information on entering Australia, please visit our COVID-19 portal and COVID-19 and the border information at the website of the Department of Home Affairs.

 

Welcome to the Australian Embassy, Rome

 

Ambassador Margaret Twomey and the team welcome your interest in Australia and our relationship with Italy, San Marino , Albania and Libya. We are a diverse staff group, coming from various walks of life, and working in various Embassy teams.

We encourage you to connect with us regarding any of the above areas, or other matters, regarding Australia. You can also learn more about Ambassador Twomey and our teams here.

Friendly greetings from Quartiere V Nomentano in Rome,

The Australian Embassy Rome team

 

About us
 

Learn more about Australia's Ambassador to Italy, San Marino, Albania and Libya as well as about our team at the Embassy. Click below for further information on our contact details and public holidays.

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Consular & Notarial Services

Consular staff at the Australian Embassy Rome or Australian Consulate-General Milan can assist Australians overseas in accordance with the Australian Consular Service Charter and provide notarial services overseas.

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COVID-19 Travellers Portal

Important information on keeping updated overseas, vaccines, green passes and returning to Australia.



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Passport Services

This section contains information for Australian citizens needing to apply for a new passport or renew their existing passport.


 

 

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Visa & Citizenship Information

Find further information about Australian citizenship as well as visa applications for Australia via the link below.

 

 

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Showcasing Australia

Find out more about Australia's trade and investment opportunities, foreign relations and economy, as well as the work our Embassy does to connect Italians, Sammarinese, Albanians and Libyans with Australia.


 

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