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The travel advice for Turkey, Azerbaijan and Georgia is updated regularly. Australians travelling or living in Turkey, Azerbaijan or Georgia are urged to register with the Embassy. This helps us to contact you in an emergency, provide travel advisory updates and details of elections. We have offices in Ankara, Istanbul and Canakkale.
- HE Mr James Larsen pays a visit to Anitkabir
- HE Mr James Larsen, Australian Ambassador to Turkey presents his Letter of Credence to President Abdullah Gül
- The Australian Industry Group (AiG) and Turkey's Foreign Economic Relations Board (DEIK) signs a Memorandum of Understanding to establish a bilateral business council.
- The Australian Government is introducing online lodgement for Turkish nationals wishing to travel to Australia on visitor or business!
- Endeavour Awards Program is Open For Applications. Apply now for the 2014 round!
- Important Change - Charge for Visa Labels
- Universal Health Insurance for Australian Citizens holding Residence Permits in Turkey
- From 10 April Australians travelling to Turkey will no longer be able to receive a visa upon arrival at air and sea ports.
- 2014 Western Australian Senate Election
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