Notarial and Passport Services

The Consulate does not provide notarial services. These are provided at Australian Embassy, Consular Services, Bangkok. See info below for new policy of the Embassy not witnessing Stat Dec for income verification, from 7 January 2019. From early December 2018 the Chiang Mai Consulate will take passport applications, by appointment. The Outreach Program visits to Chiang Mai are changed in 2019 - click tab to learn more.


This website offers information relating to consular services & other Australian related matters that may be helpful to clients in northern Thailand. From early December 2018 passport applications & renewals can be lodged at the Australian Consulate Chiang Mai. See below for details, after hours emergency contacts & answers to frequently asked questions. Please explore other pages through the site menu.

Consulate & Contact

The Consulate supports the Australian Embassy in the Northern Thailand consular district.  This involves providing some consular assistance & information to clients, promoting and strengthening the Australian-Thailand bilateral relationships, undertaking public diplomacy and participating in the Consular Corps of Northern Thailand.

The Australian Consulate normally operates Monday to Thursday 

  • Hours: 09:00 am – 12:00 noon
  • Closed Friday, Saturday, Sunday & public holidays
  • Visits by appointment only

For information or before visiting please contact the Consulate:

Phone: 091 857 6996 or Email:

Out Of Hours Consular Assistance 

If the Consulate is closed please phone the Embassy on 02 344 6300 or email them – – (for a business hours response). If it is after Embassy hours, select option 1 to be transferred to the Consular Emergency Centre in Australia. If your call is not transferred, you can call the Emergency Centre on +61 2 6261 3305 (call charges apply).

If you are in Australia and want to make contact with the Consulate in Chiang Mai, it is recommended you contact the DFAT Consular Emergency Centre in the first instance to discuss your needs on: 1 300 555 135 (within Australia Only)

Changes to Income Statutory Declarations

As of 7 January, the Embassy will no longer witness statutory declarations that declare income or bank balances for Thai Immigration purposes.  See here for details.

Consular Service Outreach Program – Chiang Mai

There are significant changes to the Consular Service Outreach Program to Chiang Mai for 2019. See here for more information at this website.

Consular Service & Limitations – in Chiang Mai

For general information see this Australian Embassy consular service webpage 

Notarial Services – The Consulate in Chiang Mai is not authorised to provide notarial services (statutory declarations, witness signatures, residence certificates or certify true copies) in accordance with the Consular Fees Act & DFAT policy. It can offer referral information. Some notarial services are available during the Embassy Consular Outreach visits to Chiang Mai. Please see this Embassy webpage for information.

Passports – From 10 December 2018, Australian passport applications & renewals can be lodged with the Australian Consulate, Chiang Mai – by appointment only. Please contact the Australian Consulate Chiang Mai (Monday to Thursday 9 am to 12 noon) on 091 857 6996 or by email – – to book an appointment.

It takes 4 weeks to receive a new passport and only a credit card “pre-authorisation form” is accepted for payment. No cash or debit cards accepted. It will take about 4 weeks to recieved a new passport lodged in Chaing Mai.

New and renewal passport applications can also be lodged in person at the Embassy in Bangkok. Please see this Embassy webpage for passport information and application requirements.

Emergency passports – these can only be applied for at the Embassy in Bangkok.

Australian Visa or Citizenship by Decent – The Consulate is not able to assist with Australian visa and citizenship applications and related matters. Information and visa application are managed by the Department of Homeland Affairs (Immigration). Applications can be made through the Australian Visa Application Center – with an office in Chiang Mai. You can obtain further information at this website.

Register marriage in Thailand -The Consulate is not able to assist with paperwork requirements but can provide information. Please see the information on this website.

Thailand Visa’s & extensions – The Consulate can not offer advice, information or assistance on obtaining, extending or facilitating visas for Thailand.  If you are in Thailand contact Thai Immigration.  There are also many Thai Visa Agents in Chiang Mai who can assist with visa matters – these can be found through internet searches. If you are in Australia you need to contact the Thai Embassy, Canberra or a Thai Consulate closest to you for information.

Assisting Australians Overseas – Consular Service Charter

This Charter outlines the consular services and assistance that are provided to Australian citizens by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. There will be circumstances in which our ability to provide consular support may be limited.

These circumstances are outlined in this document.

Australian Smartraveller – stay smart while you are traveling.  Be informed and prepared – Check out this website and consider a Smartraveller account

Be the first to know official government advice when traveling.

Help us contact you or your family in the event of an emergency.

Australian Activities in Chiang Mai

Anzac Day Dawn Memorial Service – 25 April 2018 – there was a large attendance for the 6 am service at the House of Praise International Church in Chiang Mai – see this post for details.

Australia Day 2018 Chiangmai – Australia Day celebration opportunities were available around town on Friday 26th January 2018 and the Consulate got out and about to participate – check out this post for details.

Australian Pavilion CMWF18 – The Australian Consulate Chiang Mai hosted an Australian Pavilion at the Chiang Mai World Fair from 22 June to 1 July 2018 . Our Pavilion theme was- “There is nothing like Australia”- with 3 focus areas – “All About & Visit Australia – Study in Australia – Australia in Thailand“. See this website


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