High Commission opening hours
- 8:00 am to 5:05 pm (Monday – Thursday)
- 8:00 am to 1:10 pm (Friday)
Passport Services/Notarial Services
- 8:30 am to 12:00 noon (Monday, Tuesday and Friday – except designated public holidays)
Australian Consular Services
The Consular Services Charter sets the standards of service you can expect from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade when seeking consular assistance. For information about collecting your personal information please read the Consular Privacy Collection Statement.
Travel information for Australians
Get the latest travel advisories and other traveller hints from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade before you make your holiday plans.
The Australian High Commission, Bandar Seri Begawan, encourages all Australians living in or visiting Brunei Darussalam to register on the Smartraveller website. The registration information you provide will help us to contact you in an emergency.
Australian Notarial Services
Notarial services are available by appointment only. Clients should not attend the High Commission without an appointment.
Australian Passport Services
All passport applications must be lodged in person by the applicant. Children aged 16 and 17 years must attend the appointment along with a parent or a person with parental responsibility for the child. Children under 16 years are not required to attend the appointment.
Passports services are available by appointment only. Clients should not attend the High Commission without an appointment except when making passport collections or consular enquiries.
Would you like to be invited to High Commission events?
Australians wishing to register socially with the Australian High Commission to be kept updated of our events, such as Australia Day and ANZAC Day, should complete the Australian Community Outreach form and send it to email@example.com. You can also stay up to date with everything the High Commission is doing by following us on our Facebook page, Australia in Brunei Darussalam.
Australians Living in Brunei Darussalam
The Australian Government maintains a gateway to information for Australians living overseas, on a range of issues including citizenship, pensions, tax and elections. Some suggested links below.
- Birth, deaths and marriages registries
- Driver's licence renewal
- Marriage overseas
- Police checks (criminal history records checks)
Former Australian Residents Returning to Australia
The Australian Government maintains a gateway to information for former residents returning to Australia, on a range of issues including citizenship, visas, customs clearance and bringing pets and possessions back to Australia.