Important Notice for Consular Service Seekers as of 18 March 2020:
In the wake of coronavirus outbreak, for the safety of the visitors and officials - consular service seekers are requested to send their documents by post or courier. In the cases where physical appearance is unavoidable, the applicants are requested to get prior appointment. For appointment please call: 02 62900511 Or 02 62900522.
Urgent Notice for Visa Seekers(as of 20 March 2020): (a) Visa will be granted to the visitors only for urgent cases after receiving a medical certificate from a competent physician on applicant's not being infected with COVID-19.
(b) Those who have already been granted visa will have to produce a similar certificate at entry point of Bangladesh.
(c) Those who are arriving in Bangladesh from other Coronavirus affected countries will be placed under self-quarantine for two weeks after their arrival. Health officials at the entry points would decide whether they would be self-quarantine or in Government run facilities.
(d) Facility of "On Arrival Visa" has been discontinued for visitors of any country until 15 April 2020.
Bangladesh High Commission discontinues hand-written visa from 10 March 2020
(uploaded on 10 March 2020)
From 01 March 2020, Bangladesh diaspora and consular service seekers from Queensland are advised to approach Bangladesh Consulate General Sydney for consular service and relevant assistance.
Address: Suite-1, Level-1, 189 Kent Street, NSW 2000 ; contact number: 0283269777; website https://cgbdsydney.gov.bd
(uploaded on 21 January 2020)
Wrongly paid consular fees are not refundable
a. Please pay to Bangladesh High Commission Canberra only when you seek service from Canberra
b. Please pay to Bangladesh Consulate General Sydney only when you seek service from Sydney
(uploaded on 27 November 2019)
Welcome to the website of the Bangladesh High Commission in Canberra, Australia. I am very pleased to introduce our newly designed website which we hope will serve as a one-stop portal and link between the High Commission and the wider host community in Australia, New Zealand and Fiji.
Bangladesh and Australia have excellent bilateral relations. Australia was the first country from the developed world to accord recognition to the independence of Bangladesh in 1971. Since the establishment of diplomatic resident mission in each other’s capital, bilateral relation between the two countries continued to grow and deepened.