General Information about Australian citizenship, including dual citizenship, is available at Citizenship
Registration of Australian Citizenship by Descent:
From 1 October 2009 nationals and residents of Israel and the Palestinian Authority should apply directly to the Australian High Commission in London .
If after reading the information on the application form and the London website, you require further information, please contact London directly.
You may apply for an Australian passport for your child only after you receive the certificate of Australian citizenship by descent from London. Please note that appointments are necessary for passport applications. Appointments can be made via the Embassy website.
More information and a link for making an appointment is at http://israel.embassy.gov.au/tavv/passport_application.html
For other citizenship inquiries please contact the Citizenship Section of the Department of Immigration and Border Protection in Australia by email to email@example.com
CERTIFICATION OF DOCUMENTS
Certification of documents in Israel and the Palestinian Territories may be provided by any practicing Lawyer/Notary or a Consular Officer at the Australian Embassy in Tel Aviv. Please contact the Passports/Consular Section at our office directly regarding this matter on (03) 6935027 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
TRANSLATION OF DOCUMENTS
All identity documents (ie. birth, adoption, marriage, divorce, death, and discharge from the Army) must have a certified English translation by a Notary (all practicing Notaries in Israel and the Palestinian Territories are acceptable) or an accredited NAATI translator in Australia. You may select your NAATI translator by the language services they provide, including Hebrew and Arabic. Some of them may be operating from offices outside Australia, including Israel (See: NAATI). The Australian Embassy in Tel Aviv does not provide translation services.