Welcome to the Internet website of the Australian Embassy in Tel Aviv. This site contains a broad range of information on the Embassy's services.
The information and links on this site are aimed at answering the most commonly asked questions about Australia. The site covers services for Australian citizens, as well as information on immigration and visas.
The site also contains links to the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and Australian Government websites. These links are designed to assist those looking for information on Trade, Cultural, Aid or other Government services.
We regularly review and update our website and would welcome feedback from visitors on how it can be improved.
Chris Cannan, Ambassador
There are currently no vacancies at the Embassy.
Appointment system for passports and notarial services
An appointment is required for all passport and notarial services provided by the Australian Embassy, Tel Aviv.
Please ensure that you put your Australian passport number in the Notes field when booking your appointment.
Centenary of the Battle of Beersheba, Sinai–Palestine Campaign
More information can be found at https://www.dva.gov.au/commemorations-memorials-and-war-graves/commemorations-and-anniversaries/overseas-commemorations-0.
Notarial Service Fees from 1 January 2017
Notarial service fees increased on 1 January 2017 following a recommendation from the Dep't of Foreign Affairs and Trade's Functional and Efficiency Review.
Notarial service fees have not increased in 16 years.
The new fee takes into account the annual rate of inflation in Australia since fees were last increased, the growing cost of delivering notarial services and rising demand. The new fee schedule aligns with notarial service fees charged by commercial providers. From 2018 onwards, notarial service fees will increase annually in line with the Consumer Price Index published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
From 1 January 2017 fees for Statutory Declarations, witnessing signatures and certifying documents will increase to AUD 70. Apostille Stamp fees will increase to AUD 80. Fees to be paid in NIS by credit card, cash or cheque.
Ambassador Sharma and StartupAUS CEO explain how Australia is changing to become Startup friendly
A combination of political motivation from the Australian government is making strides to align with progressively structured determination from the private sector, potentially leading to newfound opportunities for startup growth and development. Hear the views of Ambassador Dave Sharma and newly appointed CEO of #StartupAUS, Alex McCauley (who recently served as Second Secretary at the Australian Embassy in Israel) on how to capitalize on this opportunity in the link: