The Consular Services Charter outlines the consular services and assistance provided by the Australian Government to travellers overseas. Read the Charter to understand how we can and can't help.
To enter Austria you'll need to be either vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19 and provide proof of either a booster vaccination or a recent negative PCR-test result. If you can't meet those requirements you'll need to complete a Pre-Travel-Clearance and undergo self-isolation at your own expense. Further changes may occur at short notice, check for updates prior to travel. We recommend you carry a printout of your International COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate (ICVC) when travelling in Austria. COVID-19 digital certificates and QR-codes aren't sufficient for accessing hospitality and cultural institutions.
Do you need a document legalised, or a Certificate of No Impediment for your upcoming marriage? The Australian Government can provide some notarial services.
If you're going overseas, travel insurance is as important as a passport. If you can't afford travel insurance, you can't afford to travel. Read our advice, and download the CHOICE travel insurance guide before you go.
News and updates
The Australian Government has announced changes to the COVID-19 testing requirements for inbound travel to Australia.
Falling sick while travelling is never ideal but when it’s COVID-19 it can seriously disrupt travel plans.
A negative PCR test is required to board your return flight, and you must complete 14 days of mandatory quarantine in designated facilities in the city you arrive in (exemptions apply).
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