The Australian High Commission is the official representative of the Australian Government in Singapore. We provide a range of services to the general public, including consular, passport, visa and immigration, citizenship and cultural relations services. We also act on behalf of various Australian Government authorities by representing Australia's interests to local, regional and multilateral government and business organisations in Singapore.
NSW State Election 2019
The 2019 New South Wales State Government election will be held on Saturday 23 March 2019. Eligible voters are reminded that there are no in-person voting services available at the Australian High Commission in Singapore for this election.
For information on enrolling and voting while overseas, please go to the NSW Electoral Commission website at https://www.elections.nsw.gov.au/Elections/State-Government-Elections/2019-NSW-State-General-Election.
Important Travel Advice - 12 March 2019
Singapore is the latest country to ban Boeing 737 MAX aircraft from its airspace. Travellers are advised to contact their airline or tour operator directly for updates.
More information about the ban is available from the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) at https://www.caas.gov.sg/about-caas/newsroom/Detail/caas-temporarily-suspends-operation-of-boeing-737-max-aircraft-into-and-out-of-singapore/.
Federal Election 2019
The date for the 2019 Australian federal election has not yet been announced.
The Australian High Commission in Singapore will* be offering in-person voting for the 2019 Australian federal election. Members of the public must provide photo ID in order to gain access to the Australian High Commission in Singapore building. ID is not required to vote.
For information on enrolling and voting while overseas, please visit the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) website at www.aec.gov.au/overseas.
If you wish to vote in the federal election you must be enrolled. To enrol, check or update your enrolment details visit www.aec.gov.au.
*Locations in which in person voting will be offered may change at short notice, subject to unforeseen circumstances or security incidents.
Stay safe when overseas. Click here for the latest travel information on Singapore from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
Australian passport holders do not usually require a visa for visits to Singapore of up to 90 days. The Australian High Commission is not the issuing authority for visas to Singapore. For Singapore visa enquiries contact Singapore Immigration & Checkpoints Authority or Singapore High Commission, Canberra. For information about bringing personal medication into Singapore, contact Singapore Health Science Authority.