German Consulate General Sydney


The Consulate General Sydney would like to inform you that processing times for passport applications will be delayed temporarily. Please also expect delays in response time to your e-mail enquiries. We apologise for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience.

100 William Street, Sydney

Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany in Sydney

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The Consul General and the individual sections

The Consulate General in Sydney is responsible for the States of New South Wales and Queensland, dealing in particular with consular matters, economic relations and cultural and scientific affairs. In addition, the German Consulate General in Sydney is the „Centre of Competence” for legal & consular affairs in all Australian states and territories (except for ACT) and the Islands of Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and Nauru.

Meeting of German institutions in Sydney & “Round-Table German language” – 06 December 2016

On 6th of December - "Nikolaustag" - representatives from several German institutions were invited to the German Consulate Sydney by Consul General Lothar Freischlader. The first meeting of the day was one of the regular catch-ups between the Consulate General and the German institutions in Sydney. This meeting was followed by a broader group who met for the first time in many years to discuss how German as a foreign language can be supported in NSW.

Consulate General Sydney

100 William Street, Sydney

Consultation by phone in passport and visa matters

Dame am Telefon

You have questions about your passport / visa application or you are unable to find information necessary for your application on our website? We call you Please book an appointment link to booki...

German Saturday School Sydney

Australian-German Welfare Society Sydney

The AGWS aims to support Australians with a German-speaking background. Our clients are mainly elderly migrants. Through regular meetings and outings we create an environment of trust and friendship, fighting loneliness and isolation so often connected to old age. Visits of those not able to join are organised by the AGWS. Furthermore, the AGWS certifies life certificates for German pension authorities and offers general advice about German pension matters.