The Australian Embassy in Thailand is located in Bangkok. We have listed their contact details below including their street address, telephone numbers including their emergency telephone numbers as well as a map to the embassy in Bangkok. There is no Australian Embassy in Pattaya and if you are getting married in Thailand then you would need to obtain your of affirmation or letter of no impediment from the Australian Embassy in Bangkok.
If you are retired and living in Thailand then you can also obtain a letter for your pension to show income at the embassy for a Thai retirement visa. The embassy will be able to assist you with an Australian visa for your Thai wife or fiancee and also assist you with notarial services, marriage, birth and death registration while in Thailand. If you are using the BTS Sky Train then the closest train station is the BTS Chong Nonsi Station. If you are looking at a Thai visa for Thailand then you should contact the Thai Embassy in Australia for more details.
Australian Embassy in Bangkok, Thailand
37 South Sathorn Road
Phone: +66 2 344 6300
Fax: +66 2 344 6593
Office Hours: The Australian Embassy is generally open from 0800 am to 1630 pm Monday to Friday except on Thai and Australian public holidays.
Immigration Contact details Phone: +66 2 344 6400
Facsimile: +66 2 344 6314
Consular Services in Bangkok Phone: +66 2 344 6300
Facsimile: +66 2 344 6310
Urgent After Hours Consular Assistance If you are in Thailand, phone call the embassy on 02 344 6300 and select option 1 to be transferred to the 24 hour Consular Emergency Centre in the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade in Canberra, Australia.
If your call is not automatically transferred, you can call the Consular Emergency Centre direct on +61 2 6261 3305 (international call charges apply). If you are calling from within Australia regarding a relative or friend needing assistance in Thailand, please contact the Consular Emergency Centre toll free on 1300 555 135.